Question about 1975 kawasaki Z1B
Is the z1 ltd engine the same as the 1978 kz1000 police bike
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi buddy is it leaking oil from the shifter shaft or the left side casing if its the casing its the gasket gone or if its the shaft its the oil seal gone get back to me and i will tell you how to do it
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
Kawasakis of this vintage have an automatic cam chain tensioner so the timing chain adjustment is not likely the problem. The chain itself may need to be replaced however, which is not a difficult job for a mechanic with a shop manual to follow the proper sequence and reinstall to specs. Otherwise, you may wish to seek professional help. If you do, ensure the mechanic knows Kawasakis of that age group.
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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SOURCE: How do you remove the
first you must remove the lever from the master cylinder, then you will see a rubber seal this must be removed, it is not always possible to remove this seal without damage so i would suggest u find a replacment, the outer of the seal can corrode to the master cylinder, once you have removed this you will find a circlip which holds in the piston, remove this keeping a slight pressure on the piston as it is spring loaded, remove carefully so u can ensure correct reassembly of parts, in some occasions the circlip is located on top of the rubber seal.
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
Most VIN numbers have to be stamped on the frame by the triple tree, left side or right side. Basically right in front of the fuel tank but will be readable without removing the tank. It will read up and down and will be 17 digits long. Depending on how old the bike is it might be on the bottom frame close to the engine but will also be stamped into the frame. Let me know what you find and I can give you another place to check, Daniel.
Posted on Nov 18, 2011
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