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Run back through your ignition to start with. I would suggest removing the tank so you can gain access to the wiring in and around the coil etc. Check all the wire connectors, i have had this problem before, where a wire looks connected but after a wiggle, will pull free. Check also the connection to the CDI unit, unplug it and if needs be a little blast into the connector (wire side) with WD40 or the like, just to make sure. Put it all back together again. I would also change the plug itself to one you know works. Failing that, coil pack, nackered CDI unit, broken plug cap, nackered ingition module on crank.
Its a process of elimination my friend. Hope this helps.
HI MOST OF THESE ZX636 HAVE A LOCK ON THE REAR LEFT SUBRAME NEAR THE REAR FOOTREST UNDERNEATH FOR THE REAR SEAT, AND THE FRONT SEAT IS HELD IN PLACE BY 2 ALUN BOLTS TURN UP THE REAR CORNERS ON THE SEAT, TO FIND THEM, SOME HAVE A BRACKET LOCATED UNDER THE PASSENGER SEAT
Knowing the need that comes with warmer weather,I can only suggest patience brother.Double check you've been given the correct parts from your supplier right down to the pipes before you fire it up so you can exchange them if neccessary. The colour codes should match up, as well as the connections. The wrong sensor or pipes could really damage your ride. It could cause a too rich or too lean a fuel mixture which most certainly could set back your ride time.
The frame mounting points are completely different. A zx 636 frame wraps around the motor where as a zx10r frame goes directly over the motor. That's how they keep the zx10r nimble enough to feel like a 600cc sport bike. But in this day and age if you have enough time and money you can accomplish anything. Honestly it's just easier to sell your 6 and buy a 1 liter.