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10-07-2019 03:15 AM
Mefirst I love it when people take the time and take pictures and then do a short easy write up on how to take stuff apart and put it back together.. Though now I feel guilty that I myself don't do these sorts of posts more often...

Thanks for the post Yorkie

10-06-2019 12:21 PM
ninjayorkie As you asked I thought I'd best add those 2 extra pictures for reference.
10-06-2019 06:15 AM
color me gone
Originally Posted by ninjayorkie View Post
Do you mean the high low beam on the Lefthand switching unit?
The right hand switch has a toggle where mine is a button. I couldn’t see all the pictures yesterday.
But they opened today. I can see your working on both sides.

10-06-2019 02:36 AM
ninjayorkie Do you mean the high low beam on the Lefthand switching unit?
10-05-2019 05:45 PM
color me gone The 12s over the pond have a light switch in the on/off switch? What does it operate?
Or is that a toggle start instead of a button?
Good work btw.

10-05-2019 10:23 AM
ninjayorkie More Pictures, the 2 zx-9r F ones are the same as some zx-12r ones except for the loom plug and a couple of pin swap locations.
10-05-2019 10:22 AM
zx-12r Righthand switching unit

Here is a stripped and rebuild of a switching unit for a UK version which has the headlight switch in it. If yours does not have this then it will be easier to do.

I'll just add be careful when opening the switches up more so the kill switch one as its easy to brake, so be gentle with them.

If you want one for the Lefthand switching unit you can find one here. If yours has less stuff in it it will be easier to do. https://www.kawasakiworld.com/z750-z...hing-unit.html

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