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What year engines will fit in my 1996 ZX6 frame?

1996 ZX6 engine swap - what year engine will fit in my 1996 frame?

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  • superiorgrap May 08, 2009

    It is a ZX6R

  • superiorgrap Aug 09, 2009

    I have a 96 ZX6R with a broken frame. I am considering parting it out. The motor has about 7000 miles on it, runs amazing, shifts smooth as can be. Want to make an offer? superiorgraphicsmjw@verizon.net or do you want to sell your frame?

  • Douglas Woody May 11, 2010

    is this a zx6e or zx6r

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1995-1997 after this the mountings were changed

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Wrong goose3 1993 - 2004 e1-e12 all fit each other....I put a 1995 cylinder head on a 2000 engine

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