Question about 1983 kawasaki Csr 1000
Replacing the crankshaft you will need to do complete engine tear down.
If your mechanically inclined and you have the tools and must needed service manual go for it.
Remove the engine and make sure you have an area to lay out your motor parts so you do not mix nuts and bolts in one big pile,start at the top removing the valve cover and work down, keeping your top end parts in their grouping ( valve cover with their bolt,cams and cam bolts together,head and head bolts and do not mixup your cam bearing caps ) your going to have a lot of bolts try not to mix them up.
Good luck but get a manual this would take days to walk you through it.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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