For every make, model and YEAR of bike I have ever designed anything for (vinyls / decals), I've had to create my own blank templates in illustrator.
I start with a stock side view photo and use the measuring tool in illustrator (yellow line) to accurately scale using the stock wheelbase specs. It's going to be within 1-2% this way. Plenty accurate for the goal.
Then I manually trace outlines for all body panels, frame etc...
then start with the layers... here's a base red background (I threw the gsxr badge in there just to show... you can turn things on/off at will)
And then start throwing-in design elements in their own respective layers - it's nice cuz you can turn individual layers on / off and try different combos of whatever you like in the same file. (see red circles on the layers)
Unfortunately, I don't have the K9 1000 or I'd email them to you. It only takes a couple of hours to make proper templates for a bike. I don't even do vinyls anymore but if you paypalled me my 'fee' (funds for a 24 of Sleemans Silver Creek Lager), I could make the templates for your K9 1000 and export them to you in individual layers, as desired.