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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try removing the seat, to access the battery or a side cover to access it or to help in the removal of the seat. as fas as fairings dont know any one in north carolina but get online its usually cheaper and u have a better selection. try oldbikebarn.com
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
SOURCE: oil pan leakin
I would start by removing the oil pan and cleaning all the old gasket from the bottom of the engine and the pan itself, the apply a nice bead of permatex gasket sealant to the pan and block and smooth it out evenly with your finger, allow to stand for about 5mins before replaceing the pan, once replaced allow to dry overnight before adding oil. Good luck and hope this helps
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
the gas tap has a diaphram and plunger to turn off the fuel when the engine is stopped, this may be dirty, worn or the diaphram gone hard. If dirt has got into the carbs it must have gone through the gas tap.
clean it or get a gas tap rebuild kit
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks for the advice, I will purchase a gas tap rebuild kit."
Based off my experience today...which lasted several hours of researching this same issue on my 1993 Honda Shadow vt1100, it's most likely not oil but is rather fluid leaking out of the master cylinder that operates the clutch mechanism. I'm assuming you have a hydraulic clutch like mine. Directly above the kick stand is a metal plate that looks like it could be part of the engine but has an 8mm bolt holding it on at the bottom. Take that off and directly in front of you is your cylinder. You should inspect the lines and bleed the clutch lines to make sure that air isn't you issue. Beyond that you are where I am now.....did all that stuff but can't figure out my issue. Just thought I could catch you up at least that far and save you a little time.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
SOURCE: zx7 fuel pump
I went to advance auto and purchased a Mr gasket micro pump model # 42s for under 50$ it produces 2.5-3 psi and with a little creativity will fit in the stock location also I used the original power wires the pump runs quiet as can and produces about twice the volume my bike runs better than ever ! Good luck in your search if you have any questions u can email me at smithbeauser@ aol.com
Posted on Oct 10, 2011
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