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Anyone done one? I've got some LED Halos for my Z, and just put them on (never again.. Professional install or bust next time... ) but appear to have let my dog eat the instructions for installing the actual switch.

Normally, I'd just try and bumble my way through it, but I don't think that'd be the best idea in this instance.

I'll also be trying to upload some pics of my bike; I've got the after market exhaust on it, finally, as well as my Corbin saddle - But I want the lights fully and correctly installed first.
 

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It's a 2011. It actually fits very well - It's a little more snug a fit, and I had to take off the forward bracket, because it was causing fitment issues. Right now, the rear seat on mine has been replaced with the rear cowling - And to be honest, I'm a little let down by the cowling. It stands up a little bit; there's about 1/8" separation between it and the tail of the bike, and it irks me just a wee bit. Not real sure I want to spend the money for it, but ERMAX makes a pretty slick looking rear seat cover, found here:

capot de selle ermax peint kawasaki Z1000 2010 2011
 

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Ya know, I just do not like that Ermax stuff.

I had the 03 Z1000. I ordered the Ermax belly pan - damn thing didnt fit. Had to hack at the front of it because it didnt fit around the header pipes properly. Then, after hacking away at it, the mounting bracket bolts didnt line up properly with the rest of the bike. I got so frustrated that I threw the thing in the trash without ever having it mounted on the bike. $200+ throw in the trash. I will never buy one of their products again.

I also had one of their seat cowls on my old ZX7. That thing was a piece of crap too...you had two mounting tabs that you were supposed to pull over the bolts on the bottom of the seat - one of them broke off on the first install.
 
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