All model-specific Ermax accessories fit the designated model plug-and-play, no need for modifications. An installation guide (French and English) is included with every item.
Most Ermax accessories can be ordered in the OEM manufacturer's colours. Some older models or rare colours aren't available or are no longer available, you can always contact us to check if we can get this custom painted for you. If the product page doesn't show your bike's colour, please send us an e-mail with the link to the product.
Ermax is in our product range for their good match to the OEM paintwork. In most cases Ermax is as close to the bike's colour as the OEM accessories are. Colour differences can occur when the bike's paint has faded or when it is contaminated (filth and grime in the pores). Contact us when you've got questions about proper cleaning (detailing) of your paint.
The 'classic' Kawasaki Green is called Lime Green or Fluo Green, mostly used on models up to 2010. Kawasaki switched to alternative greens from ca. 2006-up, like Pearl Candy Lime Green (metallic green) or Flat Sage Green (mat metallic green)
Yes: before you rush off to the painter to get your paint colour scanned and mixed, try claying your paint instead. We often come across paint that is assumed to be weathered or has changed colour, but turns out to be contaminated. Why would you have your contaminated colour custom-mixed for you, when you can simply restore the OEM paint colour by removing embedded grime and debris, that doesn't make any sense to us. Any questions? Just ask us, we're ready to help. Demo? We are based in The Netherlands, so that might be a challenge, but if you're in the area you can always drop by (by appointment).
The Kawasaki Z750R has been sold in one colour green only: Candy Lime Green. It was offered in two colour combinations: the 2011 Z750R in Candy Lime Green and Ebony, metallic green and non-metallic black. The 2012 Z750R was offered Candy Lime Green and Metallic Spark Black, metallic green and metallic black. All 2013 and 2014 Z750R's are 2011 or 2012 models that were sold later, there are no 'true' 2013 or 2014 Z750R's. Not sure? Send us a picture and/or your frame number, we can check for you.