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What brake pads etc and disks do i need for my bike. ZX6R Ninja (1996) (P).

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    Jetskidoc May 11, 2010

    What model do you have there are two different models for that year ?

  • Keith Marks May 11, 2010

    aftermarket or OEM?

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These are the part numbers from Kawasaki

Front brake pads, you will need 2 sets 43082-1142

The front rotors have been canceled, I will give you the part number 41080-1398-5C

Rear brake pads 43082-1171

The rear rear is also canceled part number 41080-1389-FB

Posted on May 02, 2010

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