Question about 1992 kawasaki ZZR 1100

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We are still trying to locate a CDi unit for the bike. Michael43 suggested I try BikeBandit.com, which we did, made an order, paid for it etc. Four hours later we got an email stating that the Manufactureer has discontinued this item and the order would be cancelled. We are now back to square one and are appealing to your experts to help us locate it. Can anyone help please?

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  • Cliff Forde Oct 13, 2010

    Hi: I live in central Victoria Australia

  • Cliff Forde Oct 13, 2010

    Thanks for that, I have tried eBay, the closest one is for a 1990 model, Is this compatable?

  • Cliff Forde Oct 14, 2010

    Hi: Our mechanic tells us that the 1992 model ZZR is different. The 1990 model has a Part No 21119-1284, the 1992 Part No is 21119-1348. We have tried numerous Bike shop and Wreckers here in Victoria with no luck, overseas may be our only chance.

  • Cliff Forde Oct 14, 2010

    Hi: tried Ebay, the only one I found was for a 1990 model which was not compatable

  • Cliff Forde Oct 14, 2010

    Hi: tried eBay, closest was a 1990 model which is not compatable

  • Cliff Forde Oct 14, 2010

    Hi: Thanks for all you efforts, if you could send the contact details that would be greatly appreciated.

  • Cliff Forde Oct 17, 2010

    My apologies, I thought I had replied. I have tried eBay, the closest I got was a 1990 model which I am told is not compatable. I am still looking

  • Cliff Forde Oct 17, 2010

    Hi, thanks for your suggestion. I just had a look on eBay there are 83 CDi units for sale, the closest is a1990 model which I am told is not compatable. So I am still looking

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I just looked at E-bay, and two show up, used.
Also, google "motorcycle salvage", as I have had good luck in finding older parts used.

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I have a 81 kwaka 750 classic and i have no problems ordering spares from the official dealer in alicante ,chromed body parts original ,starter motor chain and gear wheels no problem so isnt worth a try asking them but take the chassis number with you

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Try Ebay for discontinued items are alwys sold there on that site

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Hi let me know where in the world are you and ill try and locate one for you, if your in the UK have you tried bikers clearance world, google it and see what they got their usually pretty good,

let me know where you are ok then ill do my best to assist you further ok

also have you tried the well known auction site for this part you may get one off their for next to nothing

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  • paul proctor Oct 13, 2010

    hi the cheapest option would be ebay, im still looking for shops local to your country but im in Uk but ill let you know if i find anything in your country, any parts i cant find in shops you can usually get on ebay and most parts are from businesses and not private sellers so you usually get some warranty on the parts,

  • paul proctor Oct 13, 2010

    hi yes it should be as it runs off the same power things like that will be interchangable just ask the buyer if he can show you a photo of the connections to make sure their the same but im pretty sure you should be ok with that, one other thing you can do is phone your nearest kawasaki dealership and ask them to check on their system if you can get through to the parts department they will be able to bring the list up on their internal system and check if the part numbers match, try that first before if you can get hold of a kawasaki dealer who will help you the part numbers, most will help you no problems,
    but as far as i can tell their going to be the same just double check the connections and you should be ok see if they can take a photo of the connections for you before you make a bid

  • paul proctor Oct 14, 2010

    hi, i should be able to track you one down in the UK just give me a shout back and ill have an ask around for you as we have several discount bike places such as bikers clearance world and as their is such a big biking community around here the chances of finding the part you need is pretty good, let me know then ill start looking for you, it wont cost much to ship out to you as its nor that heavy so give me a shout back if you find nothing local then im sure i can find one over here, i know its the other side of the world but at least you will get the part you need. let me know then ill get you some phone numbers and contact details of some places in the UK that sell and stock the part your looking for

  • paul proctor Oct 14, 2010

    the part is also made by mitsubishi

  • paul proctor Oct 14, 2010

    http://www.speedsupplies.com/cartdisplay...


    type that link into your browser and they stock the part but its not cheap,, ill keep looking and see if i can get a better price

  • paul proctor Oct 14, 2010

    http://www.electrexworld.co.uk/kawasaki ... 699-0.html

    (this link is about electrical problems and might be the cause of your problem so have a check

  • paul proctor Oct 14, 2010

    http://www.zephyr-treff-ruhr.de/modu...e...

  • paul proctor Oct 14, 2010

    http://www.gissit.com/kawasaki-parts-wan...


    (this site is a site where they sell second hand parts you need to register and log in then type in the part your looking for then they will check if any of their members have the part you need,

    let me know if you get stuck and ill send you some more links ok

    sorry it was not yesterday but im in UK so were off slightly with the times so im awake when your asleep or visa versa let me know ok.)

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