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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: timing problem
hi idont believe that you have piston to valve problems as the valves would simply bend, this would then reduce your compression and your m/c would not run correctly .
wot you may be suffering from is just large valve clearance or worn camshaft and or valve gear,however this must be investigated further
hope this is of help ian
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
Sounds like you have a fuel delivery problem. First check to see if there is a inline filter from the fuel tank to the carburators that is partially plugged. If not, you will have to remove the fuel valve from the fuel tank and clean the screens on the fuel pick-up tubes. The only other thing that would cause a fuel delivery problem would be the vacuum line from the carburators to the fuel valve has a split causing insufficient vacuum to open the fuel valve.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
try turning you're spit **** to reserve and see if still does the same thing if so you're more than likely looking at needing to replace the vale adjusting pads this will cause the problem of not running right i had same problem with a 1998 Kawasaki after the adjusting pads were flat-end out... so this should solve the problem best of luck to you sincerely D Jones
Posted on May 30, 2010
Well if your oil light is staying lit, but your oil pressure is good and you cant find any problems with the actual oiling of the bike, then this sounds basically like either A.Your sending unit is bad or B. You have a ground in your oil sending unit circuit somewhere. You could always replace the sending unit first to save time shooting the wiring harness.if you replace the unit and the light is still on, then you have a wire touching in the circuit between the sending unit and the warning light. I have an 81 KZ750 and my oil sending unit only has one wire going from it to the warning light and the color of it is Blue with a Red Stripe.I am not sure if yours has the same wiring colors though.
Posted on Aug 02, 2011
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