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I live in Durban, South Africa, and was given a dayun bt 125-8 as a gift but it is all rusty, lots of loose wiring, and the fuel tank leaks, I don't have much cashflow so I've been trying to restore it myself, I've been sandpapering the rust off the metal parts (taking me months)but haven't done any work on the electronics, I assume that a bike is the same as a car, I have basic knowledge, and I'm trying to us common sense as a guide to fix my dream (own a bike) being a female doesn't help as I'm constantly being adviced to hand this project over to a professional - know anyone? or where I can look for a "dummie guide" on how to go about this
Posted by Anonymous on
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Posted on Apr 07, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: To refurbish a Kawasaki z400
Hello fellow KZ'er,
I have just the place for you to go to get all the info you will ever need for your 400. It's called KZRider.com. You will find everything from A-Z at this site. It's FREE to join, which is the best part!!!
If you do join, my handle is rdgrnr. Send me a message and let me know you made it. I'd be glad to help you out with any questions you might have.
By the way, the mid-life crisis is when you go out and spend 20G's on a Harley. When someone gifts you a ride, it's an insult to the giver if you just let it sit... :>)
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Posted on Mar 13, 2009
the float pin is stuck or has some dirt in it. try tapping the side of the float bowl(s) with the handle of a screwdriver... not hard enough to break it. if that doesn't work you will likely have to take the carb apart and clean it.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
The only easy way is for you to buy the service manual - it is pretty hard to tell you how to service your regulator if you don't know what it is...
And it is - or at least something in the charging circuit.
Early Suzukis had consistent charging problems, resulting in run-down batteries, short battery life, hard starting and frequent stator and regulator/rectifier replacement. Some of the problem is due to poor quantity or corroded electrical connectors, some to a poor ground to the regulator/rectifier and some just poor quality components or design. Keeping the connectors on the three stator wires clean and by running a heavy ground wire directly from the negative terminal of the battery to the regulator/rectifier mounting bolt will help.
You can download the GR650 manual here - just look for the tiny "Save file to your PC: click here" at the bottom right of the page.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
it's probably leaking from the carb and down the cylinder into the crankcase.
it is probably due to a stuck float in the carb. take the float bowl off and make sure it is clean. the float can also be full of gas not letting it float up and stop the gas flow. the carb will fill up and leak wherever it can which is likely the case
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
1.It is Not normal
2.Could have been a bad seal installed.
Could have been a metal burr left on the shaft, when the shaft was machined.
Could have been a Friday, and everyone at the factory was looking for Saturday, and messed up this installation. (lol!)
3.Patience is a virtue. Ride the bike now, run it low, or out of fluid in that drive, and you'll be waiting until you get Big Bucks to fix it, and waiting on next year to ride. Catch my drift?
Stay off of it for three days. IF You have to ride it to the shop, MAKE SURE that final drive unit is FULL! (And pray it doesn't run low, or out, on the way!)
Doomed? Chin up man! It's only a seal. May have been caused by a bad bearing.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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