Dont need another link in the aftermarket mods thread. You put one there a couple of years ago but thanks for the offer.
Figured since there is a banner ad on the front page of the FZ6 forum and since it's the #1 seller in the SBN Store that it was very obvious that SBN already has a $$$ interest in it. I'll speak to fred.
Not a big deal, just thought a sticky would keep people from having to dig and search for info and pics rather than PM me for it over and over and over.
I appreciate all of the responses so far. Some of you I didn't know had it so it helps me out. So, thanks to:
Hopefully there will be lots more to post up and thanks again to those who have!
Thanks two-wheel and WTVa! WTVa got to come over and have his installed.
I need more pics from various aftermarket exhausts. Please help! Here is what I can find. Still need pics of Akropovic, Hindle, Lazer Dual, and any others that you have found to work with this FE that I have not mentioned.
I wanted to be able to carry flat repair items with me all the time. I take trips on the bike, (multi-day, multi-state), but for day to day riding it's nice to have this covered too, should a flat occur. I've repaired a lot of punctures over the years with sticky strings and it's only a 10...
UPDATE: There is currently no shims available for this mod so if you plan to do this mod, then do not do so until someone else decides to get involved in making them.
This is the best I can do at explaining what is involved in doing the R6 fork and brake mod. If I don't do a very good job...
I was able to get a Yamaha comfort seat for $147.34 from Motorcycle Parts|ATV Parts|Honda|Kawasaki|Suzuki|Yamaha|Dealer|Tires|Repair Manuals|Wholesale Discount Prices.
Instead of pulling this up as a sportbike accessory, which will give a price of $249.95, I went to the Yamaha motorcycle parts...
Ok- I finally got the parts from Radio Shack to do this. Going to go from the "green/orange-dot wire to the right bulb" flavor.
My question is this, do I have to leave the green/orange-dot wire connected as a completed circuit and splice in the new wire or can I just do a little snippy-snippy...
Ok. Here is my approach at converting the faired version (US spec) FZ6 into the UK-spec’d naked bike… FZ6-N. I have to say that this is by no means a tell-all. This was my approach based on me being picky about a proper conversion and I am sure (ask tassue) that there are and will be many more...