What was your intended objective when you started the build?
Have nobody know what kind of bike it was
What motivated you to start your project?
Long time rider, wanted to do something different
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Submitted by: Steve W
Make, Model & Year: 2013 Kawasaki Z1000
Fondly known as: Zed
Intake: K&N filter, self made aluminum Ram-air scoops
Exhaust: Vance & Hines Urban Brawler slip on's. KHI header, cat convertor removed, O2 sensor bung welded on by me for Dyno-Jet Auto-Tune O2 sensor provision
Wheels, tires and brakes: Dunlop Q3+ on factory wheels
Finish - Paint: Brushed Titanium 3M wrap
Accessories: Bought new in December of 2013. Got a great deal, as the new look 2014 was arriving in showrooms at the time. Rode it in its stock form for about 2 weeks, then took the whole thing apart and turned into my own creation. Brushed Titanium finish on remaining body work, Harley Davidson V-Rod headlight and bracket, self made gauge bracket and mini wind-screen, self made aluminum fork protectors, eliminated both fenders, Vance & Hines brawler exhaust, welded in O2 sensor for Dyno-Jet Power Commander w/ auto tune kit, flexible LED strips turned into front turn signals wrapped around fork tubes, CRG bar end mirrors, self made aluminum coolant overflow tank, GSG CNC'd billet front brake reservoir, Titanium Hyper-Pro progressive steering damper, Driven racing engine block-off plates, K&N filters, LEDIN eagle eye rear turn signals mounted inside passenger hand grab pockets, Dunlop Q3+'s, frame sliders, radiator guard, FP racing levers, the list goes on, so far have made the bike about 50 pounds lighter. I am currently fabricating a custom tail section, will post pics when installed.