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    06 ZZR600 fender eliminator

    I am new to this site....so hello to all...I recently bought an 06 zzr600 that is bone stock...I want to get rid of that big ugly back fender but money is not permitting me to buy an expensive under tail kit yet....I have heard that you can just use a dremel and cut away right underneath the trunk section of the fender....my question is, has anyone done this and have tips that will help me along the way

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    Re: 06 ZZR600 fender eliminator

    Welcome jb.

    I have an '08 with this fender eliminator installed: http://www.kneedraggers.com/product/...-Kawasaki-ZX6R

    It was on the bike when I bought it. You will be cuttin' some of the trunk bottom out when you trim the fender off, so you will have to install a fender eliminator or undertail kit to fill the hole.

    BTW, the '98-'02 ZX6R is the same bike as the '05-'08 ZZR600.

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    I'm including some pics so you can get a better idea what it looks like.

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    This last pic is from the top, underneath the passenger seat. You can barely see the stainless plate behind the lock mechanism. The area that is cut away is approx. 5"x8".

    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1307722169.073559.jpg

    BTW, not tryin' to be a POST HO. Havin' problems gettin' my pics to download. :^)



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    Re: 06 ZZR600 fender eliminator

    thanks for the pics man.....it looks great and I plan to get one eventually but for now I just want to cut the excess plastic off the fender to give it a cleaner look in the mean time...do you know how to remove the trunk section of the bike?

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    If you mean cutting it out, I would say a Dremel tool or something like that. It doesn't look like you have to remove the battery box and storage area to do the trimming. Just be careful not to cut into any wires.



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    ok yea i wasnt sure if i had to take it off or could just do the trimming with it on the bike...thanks for the help bro

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    Anytime. If you have anymore questions, this is definitely the place to get the answers. Lotsa knowledge on this site.



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    Re: 06 ZZR600 fender eliminator

    one more question man...I just bought some aftermarket flush mount turn signals...how hard are they to put on and how do i put them on?

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