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post #11 of 16 Old 06-01-2019, 12:58 PM
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Guess they had some issues with the round one.Sliding off or trying to.?Good job KawasakiThose designers and engineers definitely don't want their creation to wind up on it's side in someone's garage...sweet.One reason I've always gone Kawasaki for the long haul.
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Guess they had some issues with the round one.Sliding off or trying to.?Good job KawasakiThose designers and engineers definitely don't want their creation to wind up on it's side in someone's garage...sweet.One reason I've always gone Kawasaki for the long haul.


The circular axel is my 2019, the hexagonal axel is from my old 2016.
I think they switched to the SX set up on the 2019, unsure of the benefits but the paddock stand had to be machined smaller to fit the 2019.


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[QUOTE=Lamf1969;346447]Also remove the hideous reflectors from your front fender, that was my second job after junking the comedy silencer!

Iím surprised to see them fitted on a U.K. bike , they were not fitted on the early UK bikes . But as Lamf1969 says please remove ASAP .
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Also remove the hideous reflectors from your front fender, that was my second job after junking the comedy silencer!

Iím surprised to see them fitted on a U.K. bike , they were not fitted on the early UK bikes . But as Lamf1969 says please remove ASAP .
I've removed the reflectors and fitted matching black bolts that come from the original mudguard assembly, also have removed the baffle from the Akro still very quiet though I might invest in a Vandemon but I'm worried that might throw a warning light because the cat will obviously be removed .
Also I've adjusted the throttle free play it was really loose about half an inch movement, how it passed the PDI I don't know, but all in all I'm super pleased with the bike, rgds Stu.
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Removing the cat won't throw a warning light. You will have to do something about the lambda sensor and the exhaust valve though. The Guhl reflash on my bike disables the valve so you can simply disconnect the cable.

The Akrapovic race system has a threaded boss to accept the lambda sensor. Not sure if Vandemon has this? I think there's a sensor eliminator available for the ZX10 which plugs into the loom, the lambda sensor for that bike is the same part number as the H2, so it might work. Or you could get a reflash for the ECU which would solve the problem and have other benefits.

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Removing the cat won't throw a warning light. You will have to do something about the lambda sensor and the exhaust valve though. The Guhl reflash on my bike disables the valve so you can simply disconnect the cable.

The Akrapovic race system has a threaded boss to accept the lambda sensor. Not sure if Vandemon has this? I think there's a sensor eliminator available for the ZX10 which plugs into the loom, the lambda sensor for that bike is the same part number as the H2, so it might work. Or you could get a reflash for the ECU which would solve the problem and have other benefits.
Vandemon has a bung for the O2 sensor!
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