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1989 kawasaki police 1000 carberator hose routing

Im working on this police 1000 and it has 4 carberators i know where the main one goes but i cant place the four on top also how do i adjust the cluth on this bike also plesae help i would really like some pictures if possible cant find any thing on the internet for free just sites that want to sell me the diagrams in such

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Here is the link to get all the parts you need and you can actually see a complete parts diagram for free. I highly recommend these people to buy any of your parts from.
http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche.com/cheapcycleparts/Kawasaki_OEM/KawasakiMC.asp?Type=12&A=528

Please let me know what you want to know about the carburetors, I have extensive service knowledge on this motorcycle.

Regards,
RSelvy

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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