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Help ZZR 250 rear indicator relocation

Discussion in 'Kawasaki 250cc Twins' started by Amara, Feb 8, 2020.

  1. Amara

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    I've just noticed these cut outs on the sides of the tail section. I'm thinking about putting a set of indicators in them to make the rear end look similar to the ZZR400/600. Doing this will hopefully clean up the rear end, and slightly reduce drag.

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    Just did some research about the legal minimum width, and what I read says that I should be fine just so long as the inner edges are at least 180mm apart
     
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