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Anybody have one of those on hand? It's for g1 zx6r.I need specs on it so I can replace it and oem is stupid priced and im trying avoid pulling it.

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if you can email me or pm me the picture.....

I will look after tomorrows ride..........

I have a handful of old zx6r engines laying around- perhaps one of them is a g-model?

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if you can email me or pm me the picture.....

I will look after tomorrows ride..........

I have a handful of old zx6r engines laying around- perhaps one of them is a g-model?
i forgot i have a chrome book so here you go.

also it looks like the j models use the same part.

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i forgot i have a chrome book so here you go.

also it looks like the j models use the same part.
pm replied to but is this the external oil line that runs up around the ignition timing cover/clutch cover

no picture attached to any of the replies??

I am off to the races........430 miles planned today, woohoo............

fyi my Q4's @ 765 miles on them all street .......... rear sits at 3.5/32" (only went down .5/32 on my last 360ish mile outing after dropping like a rock to 4/32 on the very first ride out of about 400 miles)

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Are you familiar with CA model zx6r? 3 line from tank, one overflow, drain and I believe one for emission. Which is which, manual is vague
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I run sport attacks. They are ok, seem to take a minute to heat up or they are slippery. Coming out of turns the rear likes to slide then catch.front is good so far.
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