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Kawasaki Z900RS Custom by 0024Works

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Japanese Custom Culture

Here is an original series "JCC" stands for "Japan Custom culture" written by Webike Japan. There is no doubt that Japan has one of the best and unique custom parts and its culture in the motorcycle industry, but the language barrier has led to the closure of JDM motorcycle culture to the outside of Japan. Through this JCC contents, we present you one of a kind custom and mods bikes by professional craftmen and enthusiasts who just can't stop loving motorcycle.

0024Works' Z900RS


The Z900RS is equipped with a café racer cowl kit made by American Dream (the kit includes handlebars that do not interfere with the cowl) set with originally modified brackets and clip-on. This also gives a sense of the originality of the Z900RS, but it is also the staple style of 0024Works' Z900RS customization. At 0024Works, Mr. Onishi, who is in charge of the Z900RS, is always ready to help owners who want to change something but don't know what to do or what to choose for their own vehicle. The 0024Works' feature is to organize and give shape to these feelings. "For those who can clearly imagine what they want to do and how they want it to look after the customization, we will offer them the recommended shapes and parts according to that. On the other hand, there are those who find it difficult to do, so we have them look at actual customized vehicles to help them come to an agreement," says Mr. Onishi. He says that his own Z900RS custom is often seen as an example of this.


In fact, this vehicle is similar in configuration to Onishi's vehicle (Tiger color/Half cowl kit installed + gold color wheels). A classic of 0024Works, so to speak.



The café racer cowl kit made by American Dream is selected with a smoke windshield. Magical Racing carbon fiber mirrors are installed.


The pulsar cover slider is machined AELLA aluminum, and the sprocket cover with change assist is made by Over Racing.



The Brackets is stock. The Top Bridge Cover, which fills the hole in the riser that was removed when the Handlebars were converted from bars to Hurricane separate type, is an original part from 0024 Works. The Front Master Cylinder is a Brembo RCS. The white panel for the Speedometer/Engine Tachometer is also made by 0024 Works.



The Engine/Frame remains stock, and the hardware itself (over subframe/swingarm) is the same as that of Onishi's model. However, the exterior color scheme was changed from green to black for the tiger pattern. The Headlight Rims and aluminum parts were changed from black to silver. It also creates a sense of being different.



Brembo GP4 RX Caliper and Sunstar Disc (with American Dream Pin) was used for the Front Brake, and Swage-Line was chosen for the Brake System.


The Rear Brake is also a combination of Brembo Caliper and Sunstar Disc, and the Exhaust is a Fully Optional Neo Short Titanium Exhaust made by American Dream.


The Rear Suspension is Nitron, and the Front and Rear wheels are Marchesini M7RS 3.50-17/6.00-17 size. The monotone taste of the model is also expressed here.


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Part Details
Engine AELLA Generator Cover Guard
Exhaust AMERICAN DREAM NEO Short Titanium Exhaust UP Type
Frame OVER RACING Sub Frame Kit
OVER RACING Swingarm Type 9
Brake Brembo RCS Front Brake Master Cylinder
Brembo GP4 RX CNC caliper kit P4 32 nickel coated
Rear CNC caliper P2 34
Wheels MARCHESINI Forged Aluminum Wheel M7RS Genesi
Suspension OVER RACING [OVER X NITRON] Mono Shock R3
Drive System OVER RACING Sprocket Cover With Changer Assist
Handle / Steering HURRICANE Clip-on Handle Type I
0024 Top Bridge Cover for Works Z900RS
Magical Racing NK1 Mirror TYPE-3
Bodyworks AMERICAN DREAM Cafe Racer Cowl Kit

Original Source of this Article

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A foreigner who rides in Japan, Japanese call this "Gaijin Rider". Third year in the Webike global team. He feels and shares the real bike life in Japan then presents you how interesting Japanese customs are.