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I recently downed my 2015 zx6r and the only noticeable damage was that the brake pedal was bent and scraped up so its relatively sharp and uncomfortable. I looked around and found an oem pedal for $80 but i also found pedals from before 2013 that were faaaar cheaper and when comparing them, they looked almost identical. I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with this? Is the pedal interchangeable with years before 2013?
 

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I would expect the pedal to be the same at least as far back as '09....

The easiest way to check is to pull up the parts fiches on one of the major parts houses websites for multiple years, and see if the number is the same. These three are dialed up on the '09 brake pedal.... you'll have to poke around from there, to see if you can match the number to your '15.

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I would expect the pedal to be the same at least as far back as '09....

The easiest way to check is to pull up the parts fiches on one of the major parts houses websites for multiple years, and see if the number is the same. These three are dialed up on the '09 brake pedal.... you'll have to poke around from there, to see if you can match the number to your '15.

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The way kawi does part numbers some things will say it's the same when it's completely different and not interchangeable.
 

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The bike bandit site shows the same part number for the 2009, and the 2014. This ain't difficlut, folks....

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2014

FWIW, the same control on the '08 model has a different part number.... ergo, '09 and '14 brake levers use the same part number and are the same part...... it's reasonable to assume that '10, '11, '12, '13, '14, '15 probably use the same part, as the chassis has not changed in that range of models.

Slight changes to plastics, increased displacement, ABS & TC, modrate changes in suspension, deletion of the steering damper, etc., etc.
 
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