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It is usually on the frame around the yoke on the frame near the front forks.

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You must have some free play in the cable or you will damage clutch. Why won't rod lock in correctly? Did you have cover off?

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if you want to know the bike is getting enough oil it must produce white smoke via exhaust ,most of these 1974 bike do not have knob for oil adjustment but you adjust manually by adjusting the oil cable

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Strip the lock and the key code will be found on the lock barrel, You may find it easier to strip the helmet lock rather than the ignition.

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have some one do the work

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Motor oil turns white/beige when it becomes emulsified with water or coolant. While the presence of emulsion can indicate an internal coolant leak or careless topping up the oil level, the nature of modern anti-pollution positive crankcase breather systems draws cool damp air into the hot engine. Some such systems aren't well designed and are prone to creating "mayonnaise", especially in the cooler, damper months.

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One simple way to put the correct amount of oil in the forks is >>>with the fork caps removed and the spacers and fork springs removed from the forks, compress the fork all the down, then fill it 6 inches from the top. You can use a turkey baster (marked and measured) to remove the un-wanted oil if you overfill it.

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Have you ever heard of RPM roll over? If the engine was allowed to reach it's max RPM under throttle the inertia would cause it to exceed its design max RPM, so it set below that to avoid flying rods and pistons. And yes it is governed.

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most likely the crankcase breather valve is not working properly.

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Hi, Jtom for this scenario you will need your service manual that has all fastener torque specs and a wiring diagram on the back pages, parts fiche, and owners manual if you can't find the best tool you ever bought for your Kawasaki, despair not, for a mere zero $0 you can download another one.
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