Kawasaki Zx14 200 Mph Club Decal Sticker Zx-14 on 2040-parts.com
Kingston, Pennsylvania, US
One (1) ZX-14 200MPH Club decal. The Decals are black and white just as shown in the picture. each decal measures approx 3.5 inches tall and would look perfect on the front fender, the tail, or get 2 and put one on each side fairing
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