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Last Updated: 02/10/2006
Application: 2005 - 2006 Kawasaki ZX-6R & ZX-6RR


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Brakelines
Spiegler USA
HEL Brake Lines
Galfer

Clip-ons
Attack Performance

Engine Case Covers
Attack Performance
Circuit1
Woodcraft
Victory Lane
EDR

Exhaust Systems
Arata
Arrow (IT/US)
Two Brothers | Pics
Akrapovic
Yoshimura
Micron
Devil Bikes
M4
MIVV
LeoVince USA
Laser Exhausts | Review
Muzzys | Pics

Fender Kits
Puig USA
• Star Trend
Competition Werkes | Pics

Ferrings/Bodywork
Attack Performance
Armour Bodies
Cruciata (IT)
Optimum Performance
Catalyst Racing
Hotbodies Racing
Sharkskinz

Frame Sliders
LSL (from Spieglerusa.com) | Review | Pics
Vortex Racing
Muzzy's

Huggers, Rear
Geelong Carbon Craft
Powerbronze (UK)
Ermax (UK)
Puig
Skidmarx (UK) (US: Street Fighters By Design)
• Art

Levers
Pazzo Racing
Pinnacle Moto
CRG

Lowering Links
Muzzys

Rearsets
Attack Performance
Vortex Racing

Stands, Front and Rear
Vortex Racing

Steering Dampers
Ohlins
CarpiMoto
GPR
Hyperpro

Suspension
Ohlins
Penske
Elka
Race Tech
Hyperpro
Bitubo

Traction Pads
Stomp Design

Turn Signals
Muzzys
Clear Alternatives | Pics
Competition Werkes

Wheels
Blackstone Tek
Marchesini

Windscreens
Puig USA
Zero Gravity Racing
 

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oh yeah, please pm me any info that you think i might post up here. only links to the company websites, though.
 

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is a part that mounts to the side of your bike, usually motor or frame, that extends beyond your ferrings so that in case of a tip over or crash, the frame-slider will take the brunt of the damage rather than the ferring or other more precious and expensive parts.

you click that link and there will be a picture of the LSL sliders on a GSXR
 

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That's a good product for newbee's.....maybe i should get one????? Love the list Jafar :clap , keep it up.....
 

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good product for almost anyone, just make sure you install them right.
 

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zx_rider said:
That's a good product for newbee's.....maybe i should get one????? Love the list Jafar :clap , keep it up.....
if your anything like me, they are a must.

jafar-on-bike = :tard :tard
 

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hey zx_rider, check out the pics of the LSL frame slider i just put up.
 

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Frame Sliders should have been first on my list. Fender Eliminater Kit was the first mod. (Competition Werkes), in August '05. I have since, dopped my baby twice. Minor damage to the ferring, busted foot peg and front brake lever. I am small, so I'm able to ride without noticing the shortage of length on both, but being 92lbs. and 5'2", I feel that lowering links and frame sliders are deffinitley a must. Also looking into adjusting the front suspension....although I'm not sure if my weight will make a difference. I see that Muzzy's is the only sight you posted for lowering links. Is this the brand you recomend?
 

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i have no experience with lowering links... so i can't help you there.
 

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Lowering links aka "dog bones" are pretty much the same no matter where you get them. Spencer Cycles and Muzzys are usually the two most common places to get them. The Muzzys lowering links are just fine and will do the job. Since they are all the same regardless of brands, the only issue is usually cost.

Keep in mind that when you drop the rear with lowering links, the front needs to be dropped equally. Another thing to keep in mind is when the bike is lowered, your kickstand may need to be replaced or just modded otherwise your bike will tip over with it sitting lower on the stock the kickstand.

Keep us posted on what you do. Hope that helps some.
 

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Great List!!!

With frame sliders do some research as there are some that hold up better than others.

I would also add Bar end sliders and swing arm sliders into the mix. Typically you want them all to me made with Delron.
 

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For case covers add
EDR in OR.

Air Filters
BMC
K&N

Stands
pitbull


Front and rear Rotors
Same sames as brake lines above as a good start

Chain options

Chain and spocket combos to alter gearing
 

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Here is a list of all the exh companies.

Akrapovic - http://www.akrapovic-exhaust.com
ANR - http://www.anrperformance.co.uk/
Arata - http://www.arata-ex.com/
Arrow - http://www.arrow.it
ART - http://www.artexhausts.com
Axcial - http://www.axcial-sport.com/moto/moto.html
Barabbas - http://mysite.freeserve.com/barabbas
Black Hole Exhaust for BMW - http://rbracing-rsr.com/bmwexhausts.html
Black Widow - http://www.bwracing.com
Blue Flame - http://blueflameperformance.com
BOS - http://www.bos-exhausts.com
Boxer BMW Performance - http://www.boxer-performance.com/products.htm
BSM - http://www.bsm-exhausts.com
Carbon Can Co - http://www.carboncan.co.uk
Cobra/Eagle Exhaust - http://www.speedpro.de/auspuffset.htm
D&D - http://www.danddexhaust.com
DAM - http://www.damexhaust.com/
Devil - http://www.devilbikes.com
DPM - http://www.dpmsilenziatori.it
Dynomite- http://dynomite.co.uk/Dynosite/HTMLfiles/home_fin.html
E PRO - http://www.eijyupro.co.jp/toppage.htm
Erion Racing - http://www.erionracing.com
cobra F1 exhausts for sportbikes - http://www.cobrausa.com/
FC Racing - http://fc-racing.com/
FRC - http://monsite.wanadoo.fr/frc.echappements/
FMF Racing - http://www.fmfracing.com/
Foran (AU) - http://www.dropbears.com/f/foran/index.htm
Formula 1 - http://www.formula1mc.com.au/
G & G - http://www.gegbike.com/
G-Force - http://www.gforceexhausts.co.uk
Gianelli - http://www.giannelli.com/
Graves- http://www.gravesport.com/index.html
G.P.R. - http://www.gpr.it
Harpoon - http://www.harpoon.es/
Harris - http://www.harris-performance.co.uk
High-Tes Exhaust (Spain) - http://www.jacmotors.com/
Hindle - http://www.hindle.com
Dale Walker’s Holeshot - http://www.holeshot.com/
HMF - http://www.hmfengineering.com/
Indigo Sports - http://www.indigosports.com/
Invader - http://www.trikbitzracing.iofm.net/invader.htm
Ixil - http://www.ixil.com/
Jack Lilley - http://www.jacklilley.com
Jardine - http://www.jardineproducts.com/home.asp
Jolly Moto exhaust (IT) - http://www.jollymoto.it
K-Factory - http://www.k-factory.com
Krieger - http://www.krieger-competition.com/
Laser/Jama - http://www.laser-jama.nl/
Leo Vinci - http://www.leovince.com
M4 - http://www.m4exhaust.com
Marving - http://www.marving.com/
Maxx – http://www.morini.com.au/maxx/index.html
Mecatwin - http://www.mecatwin.com/
MHP - http://www.jacklilley.com
Micron - http://www.micronexhaust.com
Mig - http://www.mig.fr
Mihara Specialty - http://www.mihara.co.jp/
MIVV - http://www.mivv.it/
Moriwaki - http://www.moriwaki.co.jp
Motad - http://www.motad.co.uk/
Muzzy - http://www.muzzys.com
Nikko - http://www.nikko-racing.com/
Nikon - http://www.nikonexhausts.co.uk/
Ninja - http://www.ninja.tm.fr
Nojima Japan - http://www.nojima-japan.co.jp/
NWS - http://www.n-w-s.com/#
Oshiro - http://www.oshiroridingtools.com/
Over Racing - http://www.over.co.jp/over_racing/index.html
Powermax - http://www.powermaxexhaust.com
Power Plant Fabrications – Super Maxx Race Exhausts - http://www.tyler6.freeserve.co.uk/
Predator - http://www.predatormotorsport.co.uk/
Promotive - http://www.promotive-exhausts.co.uk/
Quill - http://www.jbracing.co.uk/index.htm
Raven Racing - http://www.ravenracing.co.uk/
RC Koshien - http://www.rckoshien.co.jp/
Redline Exhaust (AU) - http://redline.vcsweb.com/index.html
Another company called Redline (UK) - http://www.redlinewunoff.co.uk/
Remus - http://www.remus.au
Renegade - http://www.renegade-exhausts.com
RS Product - http://www.rsproduct.com/nouveaute.php
Sato Racing - http://www.satoracing.com
Scorpion - http://www.scorpion-exhausts.com
Sebring Technology - http://www.sebring.de/
Side Kick - http://www.sidekickperformance.co.uk
Silmotor - http://www.silmotor.com
Spec A (Yamamoto Racing) - http://www.yamamoto-eng.co.jp/
SP Tadao Racing Parts - http://www.sptadao.co.jp/
Staintune - http://www.staintune.com.au/index.html
Sudco - http://www.sudco.com/
Sugaya - http://www.srs-sugaya.com/
Supertrapp/Kerker - http://www.supertrappind.com/Motorc...rtbike_page.htm
Superpole - http://www.superpole.nl/
Swona - http://www.swona.com/
Thunder - http://www.thundercompetition.com/
Ti-Force- http://www.tiforce.com/top_page.html
Termignoni - http://www.termignoni.it/
TSR - http://www.tsrjp.com/
Tsukigi Racing - http://www.tsukigi.co.jp/
Tubi/HPE - http://www.tubistyle.it/home.htm
Two Brothers Racing - http://www.twobrothers.com
Vance & Hines - http://www.vanceandhines.com
Venom - http://www.venomexhausts.com/
Wolf - http://www.wolfracing.co.uk
Wiley Co - http://www.wileyco-racing.com
WRP - http://www.windtrading.it/
Wunoff - http://www.wunoff.co.uk
Yoshimura - http://www.yoshimura-rd.com
Zorstec - http://www.zorstec.net/
Ztechnik exhaust for BMW - http://www.ztechnik.com/


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