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Z1r bits required

#1 PostAuthor: hartyb » Mon Nov 13, 2017 4:06 pm

good afternoon
I know i am new to posting around here and feels a little bit odd jumping in with a request on my second post

if you saw my intro, I have been a Zowner for may years and now am looking after a fair few wanted to be ridden Z's
as i now found my self with time on my hands to get things sorted i need help with some bits for the Z1R

in no order

Front mudguard (going to bid for the one on ebay)
Tail unit
Seat Foam and any advice which cover are the best please (www.saisei-europe.com loads of money new)
seat brackets all of then as i have a naked seat pan only
Have a front brake lever and mount but not the other bits
t pipe for the air box
tool try
long shot if any one knows of a bent frame i need the seat mounting points and lock mount that are welded to the frame
Z1R discs (bought the wheel and disc's from zed heven) now have a spair 18" wheel if it will help any one let me know

any help with locating part will be a big help to get a Z1R back in the its right Clothes
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Re: Z1r bits required

#2 PostAuthor: Garry.L » Mon Nov 13, 2017 5:46 pm

Just had a seat, foam and trims done by the guy below and was an excellent job......

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Kawasaki-KH2 ... 1931420832?

Plenty of Shed owners on here with sheds full of Shed bits, but given the shed stuff you need is on the rarer side then you're biggest problem is getting these shedheads to look in their sheds and then actually part with these shed bits that you need for your... err... shed.
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Re: Z1r bits required

#3 PostAuthor: trogg 41 » Mon Nov 13, 2017 8:03 pm

i have a spare frame and log book im after £300 for it,it was a american import originaly but is good and straight

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#4 PostAuthor: Garry.L » Tue Nov 14, 2017 7:00 am

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#5 PostAuthor: ted1r » Tue Nov 14, 2017 2:10 pm

Hi mate I have a tail unit its a tiny bit bashed about I,ll send some pics if you
ring us if you want on 07432131968

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Re: Z1r bits required

#6 PostAuthor: Haggler » Tue Nov 14, 2017 6:53 pm

Garry.L wrote:https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/KAWASAKI-Z1R-FRONT-MUDGUARD-ES1/142579446011?

Yep I'm in for that too lol

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#7 PostAuthor: Z1parR » Tue Nov 14, 2017 10:31 pm

Garry.L wrote:Just had a seat, foam and trims done by the guy below and was an excellent job......

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Kawasaki-KH2 ... 1931420832?

Plenty of Shed owners on here with sheds full of Shed bits, but given the shed stuff you need is on the rarer side then you're biggest problem is getting these shedheads to look in their sheds and then actually part with these shed bits that you need for your... err... shed.


Garry you cheapest Cheshire plumber , have you gone and bought the finest example ? :wink:
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Re: Z1r bits required

#8 PostAuthor: Philippe » Wed Nov 15, 2017 5:43 am

Hi hartyb

welcome to the Z1R owners club!
Getting a Z1R complete and back on the road is a tough and difficult job. I did one myself and found out that you have to search the web on daily bases.
I found some original bits and pieces on Ebay but there are other sources!
A lot of parts can be bought at Z-power.
Some more sites where you can find them;
Z-Fever (Germany)
Ebay kleinanzeigen (Germany)
Le bon coin (France)
Newandoldstock (France)

Most of the part owners in Germany understand English so don't be afraid to send an email to them.
On the other hand in France... most of them only speak French and you're lucky to get an answer at all...
On the Z1Owners forum I've seen some ads where people offer Z1R parts.
Go for it and good luck!
Greetings from Belgium.
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#9 PostAuthor: Garry.L » Wed Nov 15, 2017 7:19 am

Z1parR wrote:
Garry.L wrote:Just had a seat, foam and trims done by the guy below and was an excellent job......

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Kawasaki-KH2 ... 1931420832?

Plenty of Shed owners on here with sheds full of Shed bits, but given the shed stuff you need is on the rarer side then you're biggest problem is getting these shedheads to look in their sheds and then actually part with these shed bits that you need for your... err... shed.


Garry you cheapest Cheshire plumber , have you gone and bought the finest example ? :wink:


Greetings Geoff, Trust all is good with you.

Sadly still no Shed in my Shed, and given current prices I can't see that changing any time soon.... unless of course you wish to donate one to my little home for retired Plumbers. :roll:

I see that nice Mr Orritt has one currently listed on that well known auction site which I'll be watching, but suspect it'll soon be north of my meagre budget.
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Re: Z1r bits required

#10 PostAuthor: Z1parR » Wed Nov 15, 2017 9:18 pm

I'm good Garry thank you and hope your early retirement suits you .
My Z1R is fine where it is , no danger at all of the paintwork getting weathered , it never sees daylight outside my garage :oops:
Spend some of your money mate .
You'll sleep so much better at night with a smaller lump under your mattress . :wink:
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Re: Z1r bits required

#11 PostAuthor: hartyb » Fri Nov 17, 2017 9:08 am

Garry.L wrote:https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/KAWASAKI-Z1R-FRONT-MUDGUARD-ES1/142579446011?


thanks Garry was on to that one as soon as it popped up and the new one in the USA which is way over priced even for me :shock:
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Re: Z1r bits required

#12 PostAuthor: hartyb » Fri Nov 17, 2017 9:12 am

Philippe wrote:Hi hartyb

welcome to the Z1R owners club!
Getting a Z1R complete and back on the road is a tough and difficult job. I did one myself and found out that you have to search the web on daily bases.
I found some original bits and pieces on Ebay but there are other sources!
A lot of parts can be bought at Z-power.
Some more sites where you can find them;
Z-Fever (Germany)
Ebay kleinanzeigen (Germany)
Le bon coin (France)
Newandoldstock (France)

Most of the part owners in Germany understand English so don't be afraid to send an email to them.
On the other hand in France... most of them only speak French and you're lucky to get an answer at all...
On the Z1Owners forum I've seen some ads where people offer Z1R parts.
Go for it and good luck!
Greetings from Belgium.
Philippe


good information there Philippe will follow that up, i have a place out near the Nurburgring so dealing with the German's is no problem and been looking at ebay.de for some years did not know z-fever and not played in France thank you
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Re: Z1r bits required

#13 PostAuthor: hartyb » Fri Nov 17, 2017 9:28 am

Garry.L wrote:Just had a seat, foam and trims done by the guy below and was an excellent job......

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Kawasaki-KH2 ... 1931420832?

Plenty of Shed owners on here with sheds full of Shed bits, but given the shed stuff you need is on the rarer side then you're biggest problem is getting these shedheads to look in their sheds and then actually part with these shed bits that you need for your... err... shed.



just spoke to BOB the seat and he does not do the foam for the Z1R seat and thought i would best to get the cover and foam from the same place
looks like www.saisei-europe.com do them for big bucks :eek
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#14 PostAuthor: KeithZ1R » Fri Nov 17, 2017 2:55 pm

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Re: Z1r bits required

#15 PostAuthor: chrisu » Fri Nov 17, 2017 6:39 pm

if you message kawamick he has loads of Z1R parts, speaks good english (when not pissed) and will ship to the UK.

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