FAIRING POCKET KNOB - How many times have you wished you could get something out of a fairing pocket (ear plugs, tire gauge, side stand plate, windshield cleaner, etc.) without having to take your key out of the ignition switch first? !#%&+! Help is just a mouse click away.
If you can remove your lock from the compartment cover (the directions tell you how), and follow the included instructions, in a few minutes you will have easy access to your fairing pocket after installing the parts in this kit. This item sure isn't rocket science, but it is something you'll appreciate nearly every time you ride. Nothing to rust, as the hardware is stainless steel, per my usual practice.
Your cost: $ 25.00 IN STOCK
ZG-BARS - Comfort at last. For 1987 and later Concours. These "bar backs" rotate the grips 2" closer to you. Handlebar risers (Gen-Mar risers or other brands) are required to utilize these modified bars. Stock cables and hoses are retained. Your bars are machined and returned to you in 1-2 business days after receipt. The bars can be returned to the Factory position. Engraved covers are provided to cover the mounting bolt area at the base of the bars.
Your cost: $97.00
How to try the "ZG" Bars position for yourself.
Note: You must have risers installed to do this test.
1. Loosen the pinch bolt on each bar.
2. Remove the 2 bolts at the base of each bar that locate it on the triple tree.
3. Rotate your bars toward you (when seated on the bike), so that the bar's closest hole is located between the 2 holes in the riser. Snug up the pinch bolts.This is the "ZG" bar position.
DO NOT RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE UNTIL YOUR BARS ARE RETURNED TO THE ORIGINAL POSITIONS AND ALL BOLTS ARE SECURED TO FACTORY SPECIFICATIONS.
HELMET LOCK BRACKETS - Every Concours needs them. These heavy-duty brackets are powder coated gloss black for lifetime durability. The brackets mount on the existing frame tabs where your locks are presently located. They require no tapping to install. You mount your locks to the brackets as shown in the image. All hardware is supplied and is non-rusting stainless steel. Instructions included.
Your Cost: $38.50/pr. IN STOCK
1986-2006 JUNCTION BOX REPAIR - The Concours Junction Box is a weak link in the Concours' electrical system. J-Boxes typically fail in the 50-60,000 mile area due to stress corrosion of the relay's solder joints, or excessive electrical loads on the relays caused by using J-Box leads or the bike's wiring harness to provide power for accessories, thus placing higher load(s) on a relay.
Stress corrosion causes heat buildup, and higher resistance, that eventually causes the relay to fail. Depending on which relay fails, the headlight, accessories, or engine may be affected. Typically, these relays give some warning before failure by operating intermittently when warm/hot, but may operate normally when cold. These are the warning signs of pending failure, it's only a matter of time. Don't let J-Box failure leave you stranded - the dealers do not stock them and the cost can exceed $200.00 for a new one.
I do not check your relays and only replace the bad one(s). My service replacesall your J-box's relays with new, higher capacity ones, thus assuring ample reserve current carrying capacity. All diodes are checked and replaced as necessary. Other soldered connections and fuse holders are inspected and repaired as necessary. Damaged/delaminated circuit board traces are repaired if possible. Future stress corrosion is greatly reduced by the techniques used in the rebuilding process. Refurbished junction boxes are warranted for 1 year from the date of shipment. The rebuilding of your j-box takes 1-2 days after receipt.
NOTE: When sending your J-box for rebuilding; remove the cover, all fuses, the fuse pulling tool, fan fuse bracket and the rubber, damper strap. Send to the address on the Contact page.
Your cost: $70.00
Kawasaki Concours 1000 Products
The original"Tailbrights" These high conspicuity reflective panels were developed over 15 years ago. Tailbrights are made of a unique 3-M material that appears black in daylight, but shines bright, white when illuminated be headlights at night. They add over 60 sq.in. of conspicuity to the rear of your C-10 Concours.
Your cost: $ 25.00 IN STOCK
Buck Sport Touring
Concours, C-10 Dash Shelf. The shelf is laser cut from 16 ga. aluminum material. There are 4 holes in the center to mount a RAM base (not incl.) for your GPS. There is plenty of real estate left for an XM radio module, toll transponder, etc. The turn-down in the front can accommodate switches for accessories or voltage indicator. Finish is satin black, powder coat. Installation requires drilling and tapping the 2, brass, upper windshield fairing inserts with the included tap and drill. All mounting fasteners are stainless steel. Machine screws for the stock thickness windshield and thicker windshields such as Cee Bailey, Rifle, or Clearview (with or without the center vent) are furnished.
C.W. writes"I'm super impressed with the intelligent design and build quality of the shelf, and look forward to installing it. It's exactly what every C10 needs!"
Your cost:$ 110.00 IN STOCK
Driving Light Mount - Designed to accommodate long range driving lights for your Concours. Lights up to 7" in diameter can be mounted (Hella FF-200's shown). The mount will also allow the mounting of daytime running lights for outstanding conspicuity with low current consumption. The mounting struts are located on the steel fairing structure, not the plastic. The light bar is stainless steel powder coated gloss black.
Your cost: $110.00 IN STOCK
"Denali" version. This kit includes modified mounting struts for extra heavy lights such as HID's
Your cost: $125.00 IN STOCK