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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-22-2011, 05:49 PM Thread Starter
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Compatible parts from other bikes.

Might be going to the Jefferson County swap meet this weekend (probably sunday if I do go at all) and plan to keep my eyes open for some parts. Specifically stock foot pegs/levers for the 7.


Are there any other bikes, either make or model, in addition to the 96-03 range 7s that will fit on my bike, front and rear? Im talking bolt-on direct swap like its supposed to be there.

Clutch and brake levers too.

I dont care if I put honda foot pegs on the thing, as long as they dont say honda of course. I just hate the faded red (read: pink) shit I have now.


If I start getting a list in here, or if you have anything to add, post up AND PM ME. We can turn this into a useful thread.

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The rear tire on my 14 is low on air.
So I was thinking of rebuilding the motor.
If that doesn't correct the problem, probably replace all the fairings
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-22-2011, 07:28 PM
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Fuel pumps for most if not all of the carbureted Kawi's are the same. A few other manufacturers use them too but I'm not sure which ones. It would be nice to pick up a spare since they are prone to go at one time or another.
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We should get a sticky up of all compatible parts for our 7's.
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We should get a sticky up of all compatible parts for our 7's.
Might not be a bad idea. There are a couple threads floating around that address part compatibility between the various zx7/zx7r models but none that focus on compatibility between other various makes and models.
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Might be going to the Jefferson County swap meet this weekend (probably sunday if I do go at all) and plan to keep my eyes open for some parts. Specifically stock foot pegs/levers for the 7.


Are there any other bikes, either make or model, in addition to the 96-03 range 7s that will fit on my bike, front and rear? Im talking bolt-on direct swap like its supposed to be there.

Clutch and brake levers too.

I dont care if I put honda foot pegs on the thing, as long as they dont say honda of course. I just hate the faded red (read: pink) shit I have now.


If I start getting a list in here, or if you have anything to add, post up AND PM ME. We can turn this into a useful thread.
91-03 ZX7,ZX7R and ZX7RR footpegs,shift lever and brake pedal ALL interchange. 94-97 Yamaha YZF 750R Front brake and clutch levers also interchange with all 91-03 7's (if you want polished levers).

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post #6 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-23-2011, 07:48 AM
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91-92 and 93-95 zx7 are pretty much identicle except for body work and subframe.

04/05 zx10 swingarm, wheel, shock swap over to the 91-95 zx7 same as front end.
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I'd safely assume most of the 94 to 97 zx9r use the same parts also.
Minor differences in rear ends and front forks, but the rest of the bike is the same.
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post #8 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-23-2011, 09:59 AM Thread Starter
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91-92 and 93-95 zx7 are pretty much identicle except for body work and subframe.

04/05 zx10 swingarm, wheel, shock swap over to the 91-95 zx7 same as front end.
Im looking more for parts that are essentially the same as OEM. Stuff that can be swapped should be another thread. Ill update the OP later or something.

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The rear tire on my 14 is low on air.
So I was thinking of rebuilding the motor.
If that doesn't correct the problem, probably replace all the fairings
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I ride a Honda.
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