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Can i adjust my front forks on my 1994 zzr 600 or are they just a cartridge

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You can move them up or down in the triple clamps or if they have air fittings you can add or remove air from them but dont blow the seals out of them they will usually only take a max psi of 13

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If you look just under the upper frame rail on the left side under the fuel shutoff valve there should be a plastic knob on the end of a cable in a hook shaped clip. This adjusts the mechanical idle. Correct idle speed is 1100 RPM.

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what condition is your air filter in? put in some new plugs and go from there. if the air filter and new plugs don't fix the problem check yorclutch adjustment.

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Hi i have a kawasaki zzr 600 on a k reg its a beutiful bike but for some reason it keeps slipping out of 2nd gear please help

check your de-tenton spring and roller on the shift drum "star" behind the clutch basket. The worst case is that you shift forks could be bent or the under cut gears in your trany may be worn.
Let me know if you need help getting to backside of the clutch basket.
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Is front sprocket on zzr 600 a left hand thread?

It has standard threading. Turn counter clockwise to loosen.

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Gearbox is stuck in a high gear

Sorry, the bike has a bent shift fork. It is expensive to repair and not recommended as a fix-it-yourself project.

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How do i clean the carbs on a kawasaki zzr 600 ''

If the bike is rideable I would run a bottle of Techron or a can of Seafoam through it to see if that fixes the problem.

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Gear box problem on a kawasaki zzr 600 1994 reg.

Sounds somewhat like a bent shift fork not letting the slider gear dogs fully engage the gear. You probably have metal particles in the oil. Keep riding the bike and you will likely need major repairs. The metal particles are abrasive and thus destructive. Think of putting a teaspoon of fine sand into the gearbox. You can trash an engine pretty quick that way. I suggest you fix the gearbox now, before the top end gets too involved.

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Need to replace front suspension seals

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remove your forks and there is a allen screw in the bottom to hold the forks together . when you reassemble make sure you put the corredt weight and amount of fork oil.
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