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    Member LogiciaBil's Avatar
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    What accessories do you think look good on your bike?

    My friend wants to put some aftermarket accessories on his bike, problem is, he doesn't know what he wants. He just feels like the bike is missing something to look it's best. What accessories do you think add to the look of the bike without looking overly customized?

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    Junior Member WiHf's Avatar
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    Crash Protectors and lowering kits.
    Also customization of the wheels are always nice looking.

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    It all depends on the owner. I personally go for accessories or mods that have purpose. The first thing I add in my bike is neon lights underneath, not only for aesthetic purpose but for safety as well, more visible at night.

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    What about an Evotech Performance tail tidy it looks cool?
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    yep thats it

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    Its awesome...

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    Not sure if it's too much, but he could throw on an exhaust mod. Maybe a smaller one would be better. I'm personally looking at an OEM mod. Not sure if they have more inconspicuous ones. Good luck, though!

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    I think the Akra slip-on looks much better, plus it has weight saving benefits which translates into additional horsepower...looks too!
    They are designed specifically for the Z800 with no adjustments needed.

    Otherwise Rizoma make fantastic after-market parts which combine design and function, pricey though!

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    Junior Member danealegana's Avatar
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    Customize the wheels, the headlights, exhaust mods are the most common customizations. You might want to try that first and if you think it needs more modifications then go ahead for what you might think is best. For sure after the time of those customizations youll learn a lot more than I do!

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    I have just got my 2013 Z800. Awesome bike...
    I have put an IXIL Slip-on onto it and it sounds fantastic and cut out some weight as well.

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    I have also ordered the Kawasaki screen from accessories. Just waiting for it to come into my local shop.

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    I think this is going to just finish off the angles on the front nicely

 

 

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