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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-06-2006, 10:49 PM Thread Starter
 
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Stock OEM parts

Anyone know where to get stock OEM parts for cheap? I need like rotors and pads.

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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-07-2006, 08:03 AM
 
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ebaymotors for cheap. If you still cant find what youre looking for, ronayers.com has OEM parts microfiche, but not so cheap.
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Rotors are going to be good to get online.... but why do you need em? YOu would have to be really hard on them to have to replace them from street use (unless crashed). I would try kneedraggers and suggest some wave rotors while you're buying.




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Anyone know where to get stock OEM parts for cheap? I need like rotors and pads.
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i think i missed the rotors and pads part. OEM ebay rotors cant be hard. But i agree with GAS, get some nice petal rotors instead.
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Rotors are going to be good to get online.... but why do you need em? YOu would have to be really hard on them to have to replace them from street use (unless crashed). I would try kneedraggers and suggest some wave rotors while you're buying.
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Well I am pretty sure I warped them way out. I was doing about 150 and then slammed on the front break as I did this I went through a puddle of water, and I could hear the rotors sizzle. After that "maybe its my mind" but if I am riding between 20-80 mph w/o my hands the handles bars will wobble REALLY bad. Maybe its just my mind but what would cause the handle bars to wobble really bad?

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Well I'm not sure if you are getting wobble out of the bars w/o the brakes being applied that its the rotors.

What type of pavement are you on?

What condition are your tires in?

Are you sure you don't have some other type of mechanical problem? Like your front forks?


If you have a front stand... put it up and rotated the front wheel to see if you have any warpage?




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At first I thought it might be the condition of the road, so I blew it off untill it started happening a large part of the time. The tires are perfect there isn't a problem in that.

How would I know if it was the fork?

And I do not have a stand.

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Man... I'm not sure what to tell you other than to take it apart... but for that you will need a stand as well.....




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Just borrow a dial indicator and check the rotors, thats easy and cheap... Then you will have the answer to your questions.
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You know what I figured it out!!!

Heres what happened! I went out and traded in my '05 ZX6R for the '06 ZX10R! Sweet fixed all the problems!!!
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You know what I figured it out!!!

Heres what happened! I went out and traded in my '05 ZX6R for the '06 ZX10R! Sweet fixed all the problems!!!
Do they have a similar rotor kit for an SV?
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you can check ron ayers, advanced kawasaki, ebay or D2Cycles.com
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