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In need of correct pilot screw setting for my zxr750 h2.. many thanks Andy

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Factory setting is 1 3/4 turns out plus or minus a quarter turn so Squims advice will work well.

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Rule of thumb for most bikes.
2 - 21/2 turns out from seated (not tight) position. Bike should run. Tune for max idle speed then turn down 1/4 to 1/2 turn. Should be ok.

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Hi, could you please tell me the capacity of fork oil for a 1992 kawasaki zxr 750 and the the tolerences, many thaks

hi, see the list below identify the correct model, the quantity is per leg, and the whole range of the zxrs used 5 weight oil,

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On the zxr750 h2 at the bottom of thermastat housing ther is a small water pipe , where does the pip go to

water pipes either go to your radiator at the front of of your bike, or to the water bottle :) if tis not them, uner your ptrol tank there is your water pump, it could go to there :)

Jul 31, 2010 | 1990 kawasaki ZXR 750

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Pilot screw setting.

Stock it would be around 2 turns out.

These bikes shipped with only one jet needle (unlike other Yamaha's) the bike's factory jetting is 45 pilot, NBKF needle on the 2nd clip from the top, and 138 main. This bike tends to run a little rich off the bottom, so I'd recommend running a 42 pilot instead. When it's really hot out (over 90) you can run the 135 main jet.

Screwwing with carbs is fact of life with these bikes - you will have to do some tweaking no matter what. smile.gif

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I have changed the forkseal on my zxr750 j model 3 times and it is still leaking.I am thinking I will need new forks but am having trouble finding them. Can I use zxr750 l model forks on my j model bike?

Hello first things first are your fork tubes inner scratched or dented?
If not take it to a motorcycle mechanic and have them inspected let the mechanic install a new set if finds there are no damage to the inner fork tubes or dee scratches to the outer fork tubes inner sealing area some times people use a screw driver to pry out the old seal and do not pay attention that they gouged a grove on the inner part sealing area.

May 01, 2010 | 1991 kawasaki ZXR 750

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hi,sure can,i put one in my thing i ever did,just make sure that it is same if not better capacity than the one you are replacing...cheers

Mar 29, 2010 | 1990 kawasaki ZXR 750

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My zxr750 h2 failed mot for incorrect head light allignment , i know how to adjust this but dont know what the specifications are .on a level surface how far should the beam be off the ground , can you...

Unfortunately this varies by state. did they say too hogh or too low. Your best bet is to return and be prepared to adjust on the spot. Good luck.


Oct 05, 2009 | 1990 kawasaki ZXR 750

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new ignition and wires cheap on . microfish too!

Jun 20, 2009 | 1990 kawasaki ZXR 750

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Need a wiring diagram for the electrical charging system.

email me then i could send u the wiring diagram, i have a similar problem the connector from the altenator melted done all the tests on the altenator but could not find any prob. but the altenator still not charging the battery.

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