Question about kawasaki Z1 Motorcycles
You are contemplating a MAJOR project. Rebuilding an engine like that, without prior experience, would likely end in a basket of parts. I am not trying to be mean in any way. I am just wanting to be sure you have a concept of the project. Consider doing a 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle with only a 40 watt light bulb 10 feet away. That is pretty much what you are wanting to do. Even with a factory service manual, and a buddy to help, it is a tough project without experience. Some special tools are needed as well as a trained eye. In many cases ya gotta know what to look for. Do it yourself but only if you can accept the strong possibility that the bike will never be ridden again. I have been working on bikes for over 40 years in Yamaha, Honda and Kawasaki shops and 8 years in my own shop. Think twice on this.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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