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    1978 Kawasaki KZ200 Parts

    1978 Kawasaki KZ200
    Tire Size:
    Front: 2.75-18, Rear: 3.25-17
    Spark Plug:
    B7ES
    Battery:
    12N10-3B
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    520x98
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 15T, Rear: 40T
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    Dave (Sierra Vista, AZ)

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    Recommend

    Not very good.

    After 6 different maps from Vance and Hines "technicians" I removed this piece of garbage and my bike runs way better without the fuelpak. What a joke. Run away!!

    Aaron (Janesville, WI)

    Long Life
    Stopping Power
    Quiet
    Low Dust
    Recommend

    Great brakes!

    I haven't had them on my bike long. They were a great buy price-wise and quality. In the short time using them they have had very high performance.

    Loren (Beechgrove, TN)

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    Recommend

    not happy

    Item is junk- did not work upon arrival. So I am stuck with an overpriced non-working tail light.

    G.R. (Cassatt, SC)

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    CRG Hindsight mirrors

    I purchased the CGR Hindsight mirrors to make my Moto Guzzi V7 a bit more retro. I know that sounds a bit vain but to my surprise and pleasure I got much more. The ease of install, the quality of the mirror and its finish and the overall look was outstanding. Everything about my purchase was excellent. I would recommend these mirrors as well as Motorcycle Superstore to anyone. You would be hard pressed to find better anywhere.

    john (charlotte, MI)

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    k/n air filter

    Great service with on-time delivery. Air filter works great and bike breathes a lot better. Improved performance and better gas mileage.

    Chuck (Phoenix, AZ)

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    Recommend

    Throttle Tamer 2015 FZ-09

    I bought this based on a Cycle World review for a 2014 FZ-09. While the 2015 model has better mapping, ECU power mode "A" is still harsh in OFF/ON throttle transitions. I thought I would try the Throttle Tamer. The quality of the product is top notch. Nice machine work on the aluminum throttle tube and it has nylon inserts at the touch points. Fit and finish is perfect. But... It didn't really fix the harshness in A mode. $80 would be better spent on an ECU remap.

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