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How do you replace gas line on my 1995 Kawasaki GPZ1100

Hose cracked and can't see how to get it on or off.

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Should have a small sprung wire hose clip at each end

Posted on Jan 22, 2013

Testimonial: "Thanks, I will give it a go. Will have to heat up plastic to remove carbs, little stiff at -7 Wisconsin winter. Carbs need work anyway."

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  • Randy Block Jan 23, 2013

    The real problem is trying to get to that clip, no room. Do I have to remove airbox?

  • Rasputin666 Jan 23, 2013

    the clip doesn't grip very tightly and will usually pull off with the pipe...for peace of mind though you may want to remove the carbs to ensure a good fit when replacing the pipe.

  • Rasputin666 Jan 23, 2013

    airbox doesn't need to be removed to remove the carbs...

  • Rasputin666 Jan 24, 2013

    new airbox rubbers would make the job a lot easier...they aren't very expensive

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SOURCE: kawasaki 1995 GPZ1100 regulater wires.Left to

Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, the ignition coil wires are:

  • red - IGN + 12;
  • green - trigger wire for the left coil (cylinders 1 & 4) goes to the integrated circuit ignitor;
  • black - trigger wire for the right coil (cylinders 2 & 3) goes to the integrated circuit ignitor. There is also a connection to the tachometer.

Incidentally, to my understanding, most idling problems would be a air-fuel/carb issue. The pale burn marks of the sparkplugs indicate a lean mix where there is too much air, too little fuel. Possibilities are an air leak or air filter replaced with aftermarket open/free breathers such as K & Ns (without appropriate re-jetting/tuning).

Good luck and thank you for asking FixYa.

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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SOURCE: what size allen key do ineed to remove the front

Do you have a set of Allen keys, then try the 2nd or 3rd largest. Donot forget to losen the fork bottom cap holding the front axle.

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Do you have a set of Allen keys, then try the 2nd or 3rd largest. Donot forget to losen the fork bottom cap holding the front axle.

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Kawasaki 1995 GPZ1100 regulater wires.Left to


Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, the ignition coil wires are:
  • red - IGN + 12;
  • green - trigger wire for the left coil (cylinders 1 & 4) goes to the integrated circuit ignitor;
  • black - trigger wire for the right coil (cylinders 2 & 3) goes to the integrated circuit ignitor. There is also a connection to the tachometer.

Incidentally, to my understanding, most idling problems would be a air-fuel/carb issue. The pale burn marks of the sparkplugs indicate a lean mix where there is too much air, too little fuel. Possibilities are an air leak or air filter replaced with aftermarket open/free breathers such as K & Ns (without appropriate re-jetting/tuning).

Good luck and thank you for asking FixYa.

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