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ZX14R Parts Help!?!

Hey guyz..
I am looking for parts for ZX14's but i cant find anything!
Only Exhausts are available but nothing else. I cant find air filters or Velocity stacks . The Bike has been out for some time now. I have seen parts like aftermarket wheels, extended swing arms, but i cant even find lowering kits

Does anyone know where i can get parts for the 14R?
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Thanks ALOT dude!

I still cant find air filter though
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Thanks ALOT dude!

I still cant find air filter though
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Thanks alot Guyz! really appreciate it
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that's why we're here...

but really all I did was do a Google search for ZX14 parts...


so...



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that's why we're here...

but really all I did was do a Google search for ZX14 parts...


so...



I did google it last week but i was looking for BMC or K&N filters and Cams for the 14.. i didnt find anything..
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I did google it last week but i was looking for BMC or K&N filters and Cams for the 14.. i didnt find anything..
I dunno... I do know I do better when I search for blah blah bike Parts... rather than such and such part FOR blah blah bike...
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http://zxzone.com/
looked like the had some cool go fast bits
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http://zxzone.com/
looked like the had some cool go fast bits
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nope! I'm the only one who listens!
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Im still here!


Thanks ALOT Guyz!
I still think its funny how they managed to make a Turbo for it yet BMC or K&N have not made a filter and still No Cams (web or Yoshi) for it.
If i do remember correctly items like these for previous bikes were ready either before the bike or just after its released.
Just wondering why its taking them so long
Even the Velo stacks arent out yet..
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Its easier for the smaller companies to put out a turbo kit because most of the stuff they use are off the shelf parts. Then the only thing left is fabbing the piping and mounts.

A large company like K&N does alot more testing. Then they have to predict how many bikes are gonna be produced and the ratios of how many might buy their product. Remember K&N is gonna produce thousands and thousands of these filters. The small company making the turbo kit maybe has sold 20-30 total kits by now and only have to keep a overhead of around 3-4 piping and mounting kits on the shelf at any given time.

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Check Schintz racing they have cams and velocity stacks according to the papers they send me in the mail as well as lots of other parts... if you what chrome parts and dress up stuff go to roaring toyz at zx-14parts.com
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I know this topic has been going on awhile, but I'm new here....I own a zx-14 and I shop here a LOT for online parts

http://www.muzzys.com/catalog/index.html

These guys have everything from NOS to swing arms to kits etc..all for the zx-14! (yes they have other kawi types on here, but since the topic is about the zx-14!)

This place is VERY good about shipping products asap once you buy from them.
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is that thing really a beast like everyone says I saw it action and im a believer but what did you guys ride before that
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is that thing really a beast like everyone says I saw it action and im a believer but what did you guys ride before that
If you are talking about the zx-14? Yes, that this is a beast and a half to ride! I've been riding for 14 years now (from 12 til 26 which I am now) and It's taken me a LOT of different bikes to work up to this thing. I started out on a little fiddy and went up from there. NO, I dont stunt my zx-14,,I leave the stunting to the yamaha r6 that I own. I can sort of get a wheelie out of the zx-14,,but that is it,,there is just so much 'oomph" behind this bike! It's great to own one
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