Kawasaki Z-1 1972-1975 Fiberglass Bodywork
- DFX-59 / Fender Front Standard – 4 5/8″
- DFX-60 / Fender Front – 18 x 4.5″
- DFX-67 / Fender Rear 10″ – Not Pictured
- DFX-62 / Fender Rear – 7.5″
- DFX-68.5 / Fender X-wide (For DFX-68) – Not Pictured
- DFX-63 / Seat Tail – 36″ x 8″
- DFX-68 / Seat Tail – 42″ x 13″ – Not Pictured
- DFX-65 / Seat Tail – 42″ x 10″
- DFX-64 / Seat Tail – 36″ x 10″
- DFX-66 / Side Covers (Will also fit 1976 KZ900)
- DFX-70.5 / Seat Base Wide – Not Pictured
- DFX-70.6 / Seat Base Standard – Not Pictured
Fiberglass is a composite material made of fine glass fibers woven together and embedded in a polymer resin. When used in vehicle bodywork, fiberglass offers several advantages:
- Lightweight: Fiberglass is relatively lightweight compared to traditional metal body panels, which can help improve your motorcycle’s performance.
- Strength: Despite being lightweight, fiberglass is strong and durable, making it a suitable choice for motorcycle drag racing applications. It can withstand impact and resist corrosion.
- Flexibility: Fiberglass can be molded into various shapes and designs, allowing for creative and aerodynamic body designs. It can also be easily customized and modified to suit the builder’s preferences.
- Repairable: In the event of damage, fiberglass bodywork is often repairable.