Question about 2002 kawasaki ZZR 1200
You need three main things for combustion; spark & fueal/air mix & compression.
If you don't have a compression tester the old trick is to stick your thumb over the spark plug hole and crank it. You should get a puff big enough to really blast your thumb out of there.
How many miles on the engine? Did it sit (the rings can fuse/rust to the engine wall if not fogged with oil)?
If you get an compression tester you generally aren't so concerned about the actual # right away but that they are all within about 10% of each other. So like you get 100psi on one the next should be no higher than 110 or lower than 90.
Hope this helps.
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