Undertails....Hot Bodies has a full undertail kit. Pretty expensive as it's about $200 if memory serves me right.
Fender eliminator kits: Targa and Competition Werks comes to mind. There are a few others but I don't remember them off hand right now.
Mirrors: There's a company in Japan that produces replacement mirrors for the 10. I don't recall if they have a carbon fiber mirror but I do remember them to be very pricey. Hence why I didn't look into it further. This same company also has their own mirror overlay that provides more of a panoramic view of stuff behind you. It's cheaper and I know one guy on one of the 10 forums having used these and was satisfied with them.
A word of warning about the Hot Bodies kit. I've heard that the paint match is hit or miss on these things. I've heard the black ones are a close match with the orange being pretty off. I personally got turned off by the kit as you have to do some drilling and there are visible screws that are absent on the original undertail.
Another word of warning about fender eliminators on the 10. Many guys have experienced cracking problems with their stock undertails. The problem seems to stem from some kits not utilizing all four mounting holes are not providing a very secure mount to prevent the undertail from vibrating and moving.
After looking at all the options out there, I've decided to bag the idea of either getting an undertail kit or a fender eliminator. I'll just stick with the stock setup and I'm going to order the 05 turn signals to install in place of my 04 turn signals. I already have the euro flush mount turn signals on the front.
Hotbodies ZX10 undertail requires trimming several plastic parts, re-use of the stock tail light and moving the key lock from the side (2008 ZX10) to the middle...not a simple fitting. After all that, you will need to drill holes to attach your license plate using two small L brackets. It looks like Hotbodies refitted another part (from ZX6 probably) and repackaged it for the ZX10 by changing some labels hence the extra installation efforts. A lot of money for basically a piece of plastic. Be careful of online ordering sites as, irrespective of their published return policies even if the part doesn't look right, the restocking fees might be imposed despite your protests. Indysuperbikes was good about a return when the manufacturer mislabelled a package; not everyone is as accommodating...kneedraggers.com handling of a similar order was not so great.
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