2005-2006 Kawasaki ZX6R, 636 Ninja Frame Sliders Install Instructions

These sliders have been designed to offer unsurpassed protection to your 2005

Kawasaki ZX6R 636 Ninja in the unfortunate event of a lowside or tip over.

Motovation frame sliders are designed and manufactured by a company that only

makes frame sliders. Each and every model is tested for drop and slide protection.

They are tough but not brittle and can also absorb a huge impact. Sportsriders

around the world who have tested various models of our products on the track have

all given their thumbs up after experiencing first hand, the benefits of Motovation

Frame Sliders.

Please read all instructions before beginning work! These frame sliders are designed

to fit specific engine mounts of your 2005 Kawasaki ZX6R 636 Ninja. This kit

has separate left and right pieces (left and right while sitting on the bike). It is

highly recommended that you refer to your service manual before performing this

installation. Some fairing modification is required on the left side.

Included in this frame slider kit:

(1) 10mmX90mm 1.25 pitch bolt (left)

(1) 10mmX130mm 1.25 pitch bolt (right)

(2) Aluminum bushings (pressed into slider)

(2) Plastic Frame Sliders (left -longer, right-shorter)

INSTRUCTIONS:

Left Hand Side ( Sitting On Bike )

Remove left side fairing.

Remove( See picture ) correct engine bolt and save the nut.

Replace with the provided left frame slider ( Longer Aluminum Spacer) and 100mm

bolt

and re-use the stock nut.

Tighten the frame slider to the manufacturer’s recommended torque settings.

Replace the fairing and mark the edge of the fairing that needs modification. Tape

fairing over with masking tape and dremel the fairing till it just clears the frame

slider.

Reinstall fairing.

Right Hand Side ( Sitting On Bike )

Remove ( See picture ) correct engine bolt and save the nut.

Install the provided right frame slider ( Shorter Aluminum spacer ) and 130mm bolt

and

re-use nut.

Tighten the frame slider to the manufacturer’s recommended torque settings.

DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.



Source by Roland Lee

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