Question about kawasaki GPZ 1100 Motorcycles
Depending on the bike model you will need to get the tank off. Open the rear seat, unclip the front seat. Remove the pipes from the gas valve taking careful note of where they go. Unbolt the tank front and rear.(Some tanks only bolt at the rear and to remove you have to pick up the rear of the tank, then slide it bacward) At the gearbox end loosen the lock and adjusting nuts and unclip the cable. Take note of the cable routing. Route the new cable before removing the old one. Unhook the cable from the handlebar. If you have an adjustment nut at the handle bar end turn it in completely before adjusting the new cable. Take up the slack at the gearbox end and lock the nuts. Then do fine adjustments at the handlebar end.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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