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hi, just created an account from south korea 1 year 1 week ago #29167

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hi. im Minseok Seo from south korea.

a few weeks ago luckily gotta 1987 zn1300 as well.

in korea only 3 of z1300 are exist and 2 of them are zn1300 

i really want zn1300 to kz1300 (z1300) so bad.

from googling i check the frames are different 

and tank, side cover, rear sutffs are different.

i wonder the swing arm also different? 

im looking for the frames of z1300 on ebay everyday.

hope i can cut it and swap on to my zn1300 (i think this is the best way to switching..) 

please let me the tips plz.!!!

how to change it to z1300 

thanks a lot 

right, im kawasaki's big fan from more than 10 years. 

here is my motorcycles 1990 zr750c, zr1996rs thank you!!! 


 

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hi, just created an account from south korea 1 year 1 week ago #29173

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Maybe somebody else can confirm this, but I think the engine and most of the cycle parts of the ZN1300 would fit a KZ1300 frame, if you can obtain one.

Your two Kawasakis look great ! 

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hi, just created an account from south korea 1 year 1 week ago #29174

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Hi There,

the engine should fit with no issue
the swing arm, drive shaft and rear wheel are different for sure
but I want to say that if you take the complete set from the ZN it should fit in the Z frame
the electrical parts under the seat have a different setup 
side covers, seat, gauges are different, the ZN have more features in the electrical system
it is much more then the frame you need if you try to full convert from ZN to Z

Eran
1984 Kawasaki Voyager
2002 Honda CBR954

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hi, just created an account from south korea 1 year 4 days ago #29193

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yessss!! that what am i wonder.

im gonna buy part by part. in the end it will be frame though.

hopefully zn have more functions so i can take it off and see!

thank you very much!!

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hi, just created an account from south korea 1 year 4 days ago #29194

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thanks bro!

actually i have 3 of zr750. one of it is just for spare parts.. (also can run though)

but i can get kz, zn in my country so.. have to take good care of it !

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hi, just created an account from south korea 1 year 4 days ago #29196

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Welcome to KZ1300.com!
Those are some riders aren't they? How about some pictures of the roads you ride  on in your region of South Korea?
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1947 Indian Chief, 1968 BSA Shooting Star, 1970 BSA 650 Lightning, 1974 Kawasaki W3, 1976 KZ900 A4, 1979 KZ750 B4, 1979 KZ750 B4 Trike, 1980 KZ550, 1981 KZ1300, 1982 KZ1100 Spectre, 1985 Kawasaki ZN1300, 1987 Yamaha Trail Way, 2000 Honda Valkyrie Tourer, 1981 GL 1100, 2009 Yamaha RoadLiner S

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