Question about 1986 Power Source-1987 Kawasaki Zx1000-a Ninja 1000r, Gpz1000rx Motorcycle High Performance Sealed Battery
I found this the best for my 88 FZR 1000. I would fill the reservoir and then open the bleeder valve at the clutch actuator.slowly pull in the clutch handle or the ensuing funnyness will not be my fault... A hose attached to the bleeder will help... But pull it all the way in, slowly and right as you are bottoming out close the bleeder valve. do this about 5 times, check your reservoir, do it another 5 times and check again. then this round you are actually going to pump the clutch handle 3 to 5 times holding it down on the last pump, then open the bleeder valve about 1/2 turn then close it, do this 5 times twice checking the reservoir during the procedure. if this doesn't help, you have other problems
Posted on Oct 22, 2013
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