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New owner - no books

I have just purchased a 2005 ZRX1200R. There were no books availalbe & I require info regarding shock settings (harder & softer) & fuel tap (where is off, on & reserve).
By the way - awesome bike!!

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Greetings. I own this mototcycle, and everything that comes with it. Please contact me direct, and I will assist you with the documentation you need. hermit@valornet.com

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Hi there,
download service manual from the below link
http://rapidshare.com/files/46199220/Kawasaki_20ZRX_201200_20-_20Service_20Manual.pdf

its free of cost. i am also try to find owners manual for you but there are no one on net.
Good Luck!!!

neo

Posted on Mar 02, 2009

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