Main Motorcycle: 1996 Adventurer
Join Date: Jun 2007
Other Motorcycle: 2000 DRZ400-S
Extra Motorcycle: '99 Ninja 250,'04 KDX200
FWIW- I checked mine against the drawings on bikebandit.com for a 1994 ZX7 and it looks like what I purchased. The drawings do not have dimensions, but many of the unique features of the shock(nitrogen shraeder valve location, spring prload collars, rebound adjustment knob) can be seen in the drawing.
The drawings for the ZX7R show a completely different unit.
Anyway, mine fit and works excellent and I am fairly certain it is what it was advertised to be.
My guess is that there are probably at least a couple of others that will fit. The bikebandit part #'s for the 1994 (and probably other years) ZX6 is very close to that of the ZX7, possibly suggesting that the only difference between the two is a slightly softer spring rate on the ZX6 unit (as they are sold as a spring/damper assy). It would probably still be fine for "Classic" duty.
I purchased mine because the seller had laid a ruler next to the eyes and I knew that the length was what I was looking for. I was fully prepared to modify the tope eye or clevis, but, to my surprise, none was needed.