Set-up works quite well so far. It's early season here, and I only street ride, but it feels solid and controlled, particularly under braking. As for the brakes themselves, everything is first-rate, with a powerful, linear pull.
As for what's needed, ZX-10R forks allow to use the stock axle and/or wheel and rotors. I used a set of 2007+ CBR600RR triples as it used the same bearings, had the same spacing (204mm), was all aluminum (light weight), had the correct offset (30mm, what I was looking for) and finally had a stepped upper triple, to allow me to get more ride-height. I got the top triple from Yana Shiki, seems to be much sturdier than the flimsy-looking cast Honda piece. The holes had to be machoined out to 50mm (from 48). Finally, you have to fit whatever caliper you use (I went with 2009+ Daytona 675 Nissin monoblocks: Nissins, monoblock, 4 x32mm pistons).
It's fairly straightforward swap and you get a pretty decent front end out of the deal......
99 VTR1000F Firestorm, a.k.a. The Carbon Express