In 2007, I put a "new take off" set of 2007 ZX14 forks onto my C-10. SInce then, I have compared them to the C-14 forks and VUSUALLY could discern no difference other than the anodizing (color). I did NOT measure them for length or the steering stop tabs, but they APPEARED to be the same in a casual inspection. There... that's worth about nothing I reckon. LOL
I'd be curious to here more about this. Did you use the ZX14 triple clamps also? How was the ride? Got pics? Mark
Yes I did use the ZX14 Triples but adapted the ZG stem to the lower and used regular ZG stem bearings. THe steering stop had to be cut a great deal and the upper triple had to be trimmed some. Then, in order to have a speedo, I had to do some creative work and use a ZZR1200 front wheel, rotors, and speedo drive that I cut way down to fit. Then, since the rotors were 320mm instead of 310 like the ZX and C-14 have, I had to space the rotary calipers out 5mm.
Handling is very firm and solid sportbike-ish. The much shorter forks created and tremendous change in rake and weight bias, however, the steering stem offset helped all of this have a much less dramatic affect on trail so tip in is a little firmer than stock, but low speed handling (with wider bars) is enhanced as well as high speed stability due to a slightly increased overall trail. Brake dive is 1/20th of what it was and there is zero flex and no need for a fork brace at all. Remarkably, when other Connie riders ride it, they comment on the well planted rear and wonder what I've done there. But only a fluid change to 15weight back there has been done. Here's a pic from ten minutes after the install on 2007 and before painting the rest of the bike or even finishing the fitting of all the plastic to cover the turbocharger. A lot has changed since then, but not with the forks (except they have endured two crashes and some skinning).
And to further jack this thread, click the link in my sig line to see how they deal with being pile driven landing from altitude on the ol fat lady.