Question about 1990 kawasaki ZZR 1100
Posted by Anonymous on
Warm engine up...
There are two sump bolts on these motors...one near the oil filter bolt under the engine towards the rear...the other is next to the oil cooler line fitting under the front of the motor...remove drain bolts and then remove filler cap as it speeds up draining. When drained...refit bolts and remove oil filter (round cover under rear of motor, centre bolt with same size head as sump plugs). Fit new filter and refill oil with approx. 3.5 litres...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Bottom of motor there is about a 31/2" round cover with a bolt through the middle thats the filter you may have to remove the exhaust to get to it on your bike
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
SOURCE: battery change on zzr 1100 d9
hiya unfortunatly you have to remove the fuel tank, which means removing the plastic infill and quite a few fixings around upper fairing and such. Have fun.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
SOURCE: 1994 ZZR 1100 - for
If you examine the failed plug and check the condition of it. It could be overheating, oil up, carbonize. Not enough information for me to cast an oppinion.
Check your owners manual to see what the plug should run like. If it is overheating, try a harder plug.
Posted on Mar 08, 2011
The firing order for your engine is 188.8.131.52. If you look at the HT leads, they should be numbered so as not to get mixed up, if you have routed them incorrectly its more likely that the engine would not even fire.
However knowing the time of year I have to ask, has the bike been stood up for any length of time, if so its more likely that the fuel has waxed up in the carbs ( a common problem) I always ensure I run mine at least once a month just to flush the fuel through the carbs to avoid this issue.If you know what you are doing you can remove the carb bank, strip the carbs and clean the jets, if your not sure best left to someone who does. Then of course you have got to get them balanced again afterwards.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 25, 2014
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