Sport Bikes banner

1 - 6 of 6 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
4 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
Hey buddy I am about to order an d&d full show and go exhaust, rejet kit, rear sprocket 42, sprocket nuts, led tail light, and k&n air filter and oil filter off of 58 cycle all parts are for a 1998-2002 Kawasaki ZX6R...Will all of these parts fit on my 2008 Kawasaki ZZR600??? Thanks guys Oh an does anyone know if nicecycle.com Fairings fit well???
 

·
MODERATOR
Joined
·
5,547 Posts
Hey buddy I am about to order an d&d full show and go exhaust, rejet kit, rear sprocket 42, sprocket nuts, led tail light, and k&n air filter and oil filter off of 58 cycle all parts are for a 1998-2002 Kawasaki ZX6R...Will all of these parts fit on my 2008 Kawasaki ZZR600??? Thanks guys Oh an does anyone know if nicecycle.com Fairings fit well???
The answer to your question on all the parts is YES. The jet kit for the 1998-2002 ZX6R and the 05 to 08 ZZR600 are different. Nice cycle faring kits are cheap chinese junk.


05-08 ZZR600
http://www.dynojet.com/pdf/2133.pdf

00-02 ZX6R
http://www.dynojet.com/pdf/2188.pdf
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
4 Posts
Discussion Starter #3
Do you or does anyone know where I can get good aftermarket fairings for my bike? An thanks for the info so far thanks...
 

·
MODERATOR
Joined
·
5,547 Posts
Do you or does anyone know where I can get good aftermarket fairings for my bike? An thanks for the info so far thanks...
Why do you want after market farings? What's wrong with OEM farings?
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
4 Posts
Hello, I have an 08 zzr 600 and want to order a rear sprocket. Should i get a 520 pitch or a 525, what is the differance thank you
 

·
MODERATOR
Joined
·
5,547 Posts
Hello, I have an 08 zzr 600 and want to order a rear sprocket. Should i get a 520 pitch or a 525, what is the differance thank you

The numbers indicate a chain’s dimensions, tolerances, minimum tensile strength and other specifications, using a system instituted by the Japanese Industrial Standards Committee. The JIS standard is very similar to chain standards developed by ISO, ANSI, DIN and others.

The first digit (4, 5 or 6) denotes a chain’s pitch – the center-to-center distance between chain pins. Originally these numbers specified pitch in eighths of an inch (i.e. a 400-series chain had a pitch of 4/8, or 1/2 inch), but now metric dimensions are used. A 400-series chain has a pitch of 12.7mm. A 500-series chain has a pitch of 15.875mm. A 600-series chain has a pitch of 19.05mm.

The second and third digits indicate the chain’s width, measured between the inboard surfaces of the inner sideplates. An EK chain ending in ‘20’ measures 6.35mm between the plates. If the number ends in ‘25’ or ‘28’, the dimension is 7.94mm. If the number ends in ‘30’ or ‘32’, the width is 9.53mm.

Because wider chains are typically stronger as well, the second and third digits also indicate a chain’s strength, relative to other chains with the same pitch. Higher numbers correspond to greater strength, i.e. a 525 chain is stronger than a 520. This additional strength is achieved through increased roller diameter, pin diameter, pin length and plate thickness.

525 is the OEM size for the ZZR and will give you more longivity. 520 is a lighter chain for race application. Just my 2 cents if you are going to replace the sprockets you should be replacing the chain too. Both sprockets and the chain should be changed as a set. IMO your wasting your money on sprockets if you dont change the chain too.
 
1 - 6 of 6 Posts
Top