Question about 1998 kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja
1998 zx6r sprocket torque specs @
SOURCE: i need the torque spec
hi there...the front sprocket nut should be 70 nm front sprocket cover bolts should be 10 nm hope this helps....this is out of a haynes manual for my 1999 r6 but it is the same on the 2002.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
First, put some masking tape on newly painted parts, then carefully and slowly figure out what parts cam off last, these will go on first. Be very patient here, you spent all this time to make it look new, dont negate that by getting in a hury. If you are not sure of some parts, look at manuals or the internet to get picks of how it all fits. Or slowly test fit each part tto see if its right. This is common sence but if you took pics before, and made diagrams or each part coming off , this would be easier but its still not that difficult if you work slow and dont make a short deadline. Take time to think about how each part goes back on. You may need to get some new bolts and nuts in areas that are missing some, check regular bolt supply stores for the proper metric fasteners. Hope this helps!!!
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
SOURCE: 2001 zx-6r ninja kawasaki
Hi you first take the callipers off then loosen the left 2 allenkeys on front of the fork now you loosen axel with a 17mm allenkey on the side now pull out axell and other side
Posted on May 06, 2010
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