Question about 2006 kawasaki ZZR 600
How much fork oil to use in Kawasaki zzr600 @
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Get the fork oil from the Kawasaki dealer and he will give you the right oil and tell you how much is needed. The gearbox oil is 10w40, any major brand is fine. I think your bike has a oil dipstick? If not then the oil capacity should be on the casing by the oil fill. Worst case, ask the dealer while you are there!
Best wishes and I hope this helps.
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Posted on Apr 06, 2009
Hi Des, Im am Irish too, howya doin? The oil you want is SAE 10W-20. and 445ml if you are changing the oil. It can be more accurately checked with the fork removed and fully compressed and the spring removed, the oil will be 120mm from the top ot the stanchion.
The manual will give you more info on this and any other future problems so here is a link to it. Good luck to ya, and please rate me if I've helped you. Thanks
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
the oil is SAE10W20 and you must put 325 ccm if you change the oil, and if you let it all drain over night 380 ccm (plus or minus 4ccm). After that, mesure the level in each cilinder of the fork. In the left one, you must have 120mm (plus or minus 2mm) of air left in the cilinder, and in the right one, 149 mm (plus or minus 2mm) .
Hope this helps. Try getting a repair manual. You will find all the answers there.
Best regards, Gabyshor.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
Can you get in touch with the previous owner, who installed the air valves? He could give you information. If not, just put in the correct amount of fork oil, replace the tube cap, and put in enough air to give you the fork action and height that you want. You don't want much air pressure, just enough to raise the front end to the correct height, with you on the bike. You want the forks to be depressed some.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
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