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none of us ever intend on dropping our bikes but its inevitable that we will sometime the sliders are the difference between a driveable bike after a drop or a bike bleeding oil and shit all over your driveway lol atleast you can ride a slightly scratched up bike
 

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True

That's very true. I'm going to do mu ZX up nice this year. Sliders and exhaust being a priority. Then I want to do some gearing. Don't know what my best option would be but I want to be much quicker than have top speed.
 

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He is referring to these links...unless you have a ZX6R then he is actually correct on the link he posted....if you check Charb started the thread on ZX-6R Forum but he rides 2000 ZX12R....:headscratch:

Kawasaki ZX-12R 00-01 Sliders/Crash Protectors. Wild Hair Accessories. Motorcycle Accessories & Aftermarket European Parts.
Kawasaki ZX-12R 02+ Sliders/Crash Protectors. Wild Hair Accessories. Motorcycle Accessories & Aftermarket European Parts.

Here is another brand of sliders R&G..
Kawasaki ZX12R Crash Protectors CP0155BL, CP0155WH
 
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