Hi, Ebad. wow, you can buy any of those items from any number of online suppliers. Get a PayPal account and and start spending!! (some online suppliers only work through PayPal but most will take your credit card info ---and if there is a problem, your credit card does a good job of straightening it out. PayPal also will solve disputes. Most of my online transactions have gone smoothly if there was a mistake it was solved between me and the supplier.
I just google the part I want and often go with the supplier I find at the top of the list. Some members are really good shoppers and they find stuff on sale.. I don't know how they do it. I guess you can google anything you want and you will get some sort of list to fulfill your desires.
Before I give you any comments, seems as though you may have posted this in the wrong section. No problem, really. I mean, we can adress this here but it would be better to post stuff pertaining to your brand new 2012 ZX-14r in the GENERAL ZX-14Rsection which is located third down on the list at the home page of our site. (<<BTW, that is a link. You can mouse over and click on that to go right to ZX-14r General).
First thing you need to do Ebad,, is decide EXACTLY what brand of item you want. For instance, there are a hundred different sliders that will fit the ZX-14. Educate yourself by googling around and reading reviews and comments. Most of this info will come from online forums like this.
You can always ask a specific question here. That is always my first step. As you use the forum and check in on the various sections that are available. You will find where best to post your thread according to what your topic pertains to. General seems to be the most read section and you get the most responses there. I often try to pick a section that is more specific so that the thread is easier to find. (for example, I may post How do I change Spark Plugs in the Maintenance section.
Bikeland zx14.com is also a good forum to ask ZX-14 questions. although there are a number of hardasses over there who will flame you for being a newbie....some still flame me but no reason to get all bent out of shape. I always get great performance info over there too. There are a good number of racing people over there.
OK. to adress your modifications info needs:
1. Frame sliders- I just installed LSL sliders. Did much research. That is a safe one to choose for the Zx-14. Some owners choose to NOT install sliders on a ZX-14. the 14 requires rather long slider posts to reach the outer fairing. Those long posts act as levers and may break the frame which is a bigger problem to fix than replacing fairings. Also, it is a big heavy bike. Even a tip over onto a slider could break the frame.
LSL sliders have 2 frame attachment points to improve strength and weight distribution in a fall. Every slider made by LSL was engineered for and tested on the model of bike it was designed to fit. LSL sliders also have a nylon insert pad that absorbs the initial shock of a fall which reduces the chances of frame damage further. LSLs are a bit expensive but you can see why. I am really sold on these and I highly recommend. There are other two point frame attachment sliders out there. If you don't go with LSL, def go with a different 2 point attachment slider or I would just go without.
2. Blacked out windscreen.
My God, man, you can get those anywhere. I hear some do NOT fit well so ask around and get recomendations.
3. You talking tinted / colored flashers? I have seen them for flashers and the tail light. Also have heard there is a blackout spraypaint that works well.
4. Some fender eliminator kits will locate the plate farther back on the tail which I always found appealing. It's up to you but I recommend buying a couple L brackets from Home Depot for $1. Here is a link. This is how we did it on the Gen 1 ZX-14 and I bet this can be done on the Gen 2. Your tail fairings may remove a bit differently than the Gen 1. The ECU and fuse box probably all installed the same. You can just cut the wire to the tag light under the tail and avoid all the work of tearing the bike apart. I like to keep things intact as much as possible so I try not to destroy the OEM parts whenI mod.
CLICK>> DIY FENDER ELIMINATOR
for your license plate illumination needs, CLICK>>> LED TAG LIGHT
hope that helps. Feel free to ask any questions or PM me any time.
* Last updated by: Rook on 4/4/2012 @ 10:12 AM *
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