Question about 2011 kawasaki ZZR 1400
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have removed all bolts
It's quite common for fairings to be held together with push in rubber grommets and also slots and tabs between fairing pieces. There is also a newer kind of snap connector which looks and works kind of like velcro except that it snaps open and closed, there is no "half way" on these ones, they are either holding together or not.
I'm not familiar with your model or which fairing you are taking off but I have 2 kawasakis myself from similar era. The belly pan panels need to be split (usually connected together with plastic plugs rather than screws), then rotated to free them up so they slide off from the side panels. My tank side panels had a combination of screw, rubber grommet and "velcro." The trick is to be gentle as it's easy to break the damn things. Only the "velcro" one needs a bit of strength as they really do snap on and off.
Posted on Feb 22, 2011
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