Question about kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja Motorcycles
My ZX9R 96 keeps cutting out after a run of 10min. The fan stays coming on .My temp gauge shows normal but fluid runs out the overflow . PPl say its the CDI unit .question is can it be .
More likely is a head gasket. A temp sensor reads liquid temp, and with air being pumped into the system will give you a false reading.
Are you running a 50/50 mix or anti freeze? Pure antifreeze will actually allow an engine to over heat, however you usually see it on the gauge.
Posted on Apr 16, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You don't mention which intake you have but you probably DO know that this motorcycle is Fuel Injected.
If you're using the stock intake, make sure the air filter is clean.
I'd also -highly- recommend that you clean the throttle bodies near where the butterflies are located. These are known to carbon up and the little ring of carbon around them impedes airflow.
Next (again if it's a stock intake setup) get yourself a can of Sea Foam and introfuce it into each throttle body per the instructions on the can.
I use a syringe and fire 10cc's directly into each TB, shut it off and let it sit for a ferw minutes.
Seafoam in the tank will help clean your injectors as well.
I always use it in higher concentrations then called for and the bikes always resond well to this treatment. Fact is, the bike would run just fine with only the seafoam in the tank,
Are you running an aftermarket FI controller?
These can be adjusted as well.
I own a 2005 Drifter 1500 and an 06 1500 Classic with 24000 and 51000 miles on them respectively. FINE MOTORCYCLES.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
Take riders seat off, undo small bolt in front of take. Will now lift up on rear hinge. Remove long bolt from rear hinge, remove fuel pipes and lift off.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
you didnt mention anything to do with the carbs so try some "Sea foam".... purchase at Autozone ($10) pour 1/3 can to two gallons fuel and drive it around for a good 10 to 15 miles and get on it once in awhile, ride safe..if the carbs are dirty or clogged... they wont be after your ride..there might be a little hesitation your first couple of miles till it starts to work..it took my bike 10 miles before it cleared out..bump start your bike if you have to to get it going and keep it going till it clears up.
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
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