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2012 Kawasaki ER-6N Accessories

Discussion in 'Bling and Appearance' started by maxwell2022, Mar 4, 2012.

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    Hey guys, I know it's the faired version but there should still be a lot you can use, www.ninja650shop.com has majorly updated their stock list for the 2012 models recently, check it out!



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    Could I ask a favour of one you you guys to give me a quick run down on how removal of the original fender kit works in order to fit a tail tidy? I've got my tail tidy here and plan on attacking it in the morning, rather have some idea of what I'm doing before I begin though.
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    It's pretty simple, 3 bolts under the back seat.
    Here is few pictures of how I've done it:

    http://netrider.net.au/forums/showthread.php?p=2347507#post2347507
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    Thanks excellent site.

    Cheers Jeremy
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    scottoiler. fits on to any bike. looks like it could be a great little mod.
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    Thanks for that. I found the 3 bolts under the seat plus a screw underneath the fairing. Indicators are a biatch to remove and re-fit, but I managed ok in the end, only took 2 hours! I'll get a photo up shortly as its a bit different to what you guys seem to have.

    Edit: As promised. Its the WFO Eliminator for ER6 2012+ Models. Yes I know I need to do something with the rego, I need to modify the casing at work but I plan to have it hang next to the swingarm off the chain cover mount.

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    That's it. I want one!
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    I'm not sure how some of you guys go about attaching rego's (I saw the roll on the barracuda a few pages back), but I decided to go about it like this as I hate the look of the rego hanging off the numberplate in any shape or form. Got handy with a heat gun and bent the mounting tab on the rego holder, now sits along side the swing arm nicely.

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    That sounds tough. How far do you reckon you could get though with the DB Killer out? Sounds like we'd be competing with Harleys!
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    If it's anything like the Scorp. can I had on my ER then it is very loud without the baffle......within an hour of riding my right ear was painful - not good.

    It did sound pretty ballzy though
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    aren't all exhausts a "show off attachment" though?
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    I'd call it safety to a degree. It's good to be heard, makes us seen in a lot of circumstances where we otherwise wouldn't be.
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    Those seat covers look tacky IMO. Might look ok on the black bike but the green ones aren't a flat enough colour to support those fluro green stripes.
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    I've attached a second hand Givi rack and plate to my ER6N 2006. I'm note planning on using a Givi box, but use it more as a general purpose carrier rack. According to the instructions its rated to 6 kg, but is really sturdy and I have easily carried 16 kg on it.

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    Just ordered my exhaust... Now I have to wait 3 weeks!
    I went for the Scorpion Titanium :)
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    Hi,

    Anyone got spools for the ER-6N as yet.

    I bought a padock stand on the weekend but looking at the swing ams I think spools are going to be needed as it does not look like the flat attachments will work. Luckily it also came with the attachments for lifting via spools.

    I have no idea about what to look for in spools or who to get them from so all advice very welcome.

    Cheers Jeremy

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