Question about 2006 kawasaki ZX-10R
They should have included instructions. i am not familiar with that model but most frame sliders have brackets that bolt to the engine/frame mount on each side. then the slider mounts to the newly installed bracket. you Will have to modify (cut) holes in the body for the sliders to protrude. they would not serve any purpose bolted to just the body in the event of a crash.
Use a torque wrench for this as those bolts also will be holding your engine. you may get lucky and the not have to modify the body if they designed the slider to protrude through existing body holes.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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