Question about 2006 kawasaki ZX-6R
You will definitely want to shim your valves. This can be a tricky and very precise process better left to a professional, but it NEEDS to be done if it hasn't yet. Also, reset your chain tension, clean and lubricate your chain (preferably with a dry spray lube), check brake pads for remaining life, check tires for enough tread, and especially front tire for "cupping" which is caused by hard braking. This is where the tire will have ridges if you feel along the periphery of the tire. if it has this, it needs replacement. Change your oil and filter.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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