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New Members / Re: Hi from Oxfordshire
« Last post by KD on Today at 01:04:23 PM »
I got my R&G crash bungs at £196 on ebay.

Definitely wasn’t paying £256
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Maintenance, Servicing, and Mechanical / Re: side stand
« Last post by sooty66 on Today at 11:42:01 AM »
Thanks guys, as you say Rocky, common sense applies,will be making sure she's suitably parked
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For Sale / gopro hero 4 silver
« Last post by JMW on Today at 11:24:31 AM »
as post perfect condition
£200 posted
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I wouldn't rely on what is stock photography but rather get the dealer to confirm.
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Maintenance, Servicing, and Mechanical / Re: side stand
« Last post by Rocky the Dog on Today at 09:37:05 AM »
I think the issue primarily existed with the first edition SXs (2011-2013) where due to a weak spring and the angle of the stand where if you were not careful when parking, the bike could roll off the side stand.  I believe it was resolved by Kawasaki with the 2014s models (MEF) onwards.  I'm not aware of anyone with a 14 or later that has had it roll off the stand - though as with any bike on a side stand common sense applies - ie leave it in gear and pointing uphill.

Rgds

Steve
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New Members / Re: Hi from Oxfordshire
« Last post by Scotty001 on Today at 09:33:16 AM »
I've got the kawasaki ones I hope I can never and were that side of your question.

On the 2017 and presumably 2018 there are 2 Aux connections wired into the bike on the left hand front fairing with 2 spare ways in the fuse box (marked as grips and Aux) you just need to put in the 2 spare fuses to liven the circuits.
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New Members / Re: Hi from Oxfordshire
« Last post by Arek on Today at 09:26:58 AM »
*Originally Posted by Scotty001 [+]
For safety and comfort you want fender extender (less crap being thrown at the downpipes and less stone chips)
Rad guard (no stones puncturing the radiator leaving you stuck at the road side and an expensive part to replace)
Heated grips (not the kawasaki ones because they are over priced, try Oxford. Nice warm hands for cold weather riding)
Crash protectors, (more for slow speed spills or losing balance when stationary, will save the cost of new plastic)
Tank pad, to stop the tank being scratched by zips and "belly"  rub
Headlight protectors, better to pay £20 for replacement protector or cracked by stone chip than buy a new Headlight unit for a few hundred pounds.
Thanks Scotty001.
About crash protectors. The ones which Kawasaki offer are significant cheaper from R&G (almost twice). Are they any good or just look at Puig or RG?
Probably that question also was there. Is there any connection ready for heated grips, or I need to wire it up to battery, and ignition?
I had Oxford hotgrips on my Varadero before, and I really liked it. So probably that will be one of the comfort mods :-)
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Z1000SX - General Discussion / Re: Pilion seat, rubber damper - missing
« Last post by Konrad on Today at 09:24:51 AM »
It is this one: 92161A, DAMPER, RR SEAT, 92161-0930
Now I know exactly what's needed.

Thanks guys!
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New Members / Re: Newbie from Cumbria
« Last post by Wright_stuf on Today at 08:26:51 AM »
 :401: to the forum
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New Members / Re: Hi from Oxfordshire
« Last post by Wright_stuf on Today at 08:26:20 AM »
 :401: to the forum, I'm just round the corner from Oxon, so I might see you around  :820:
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