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1990 Kawasaki ZZR 1100 carb sync

How to balance carbs on a zzr1100 1990 model @

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SOURCE: remove front wheel 1990 zzr1100

Hi ...... You need to support the bike level (front paddock stand) and undo one side pinch bolt then using the hex adapter for that side unscrew anticlockwise ..................... I cant remember whether it's a 15mm or 17mm. The front spindle is threaded both sides. Support wheel & pull spindle out. Assembly is reverse but you have to make sure speedo drive is engaged correctly prior to tightening up.

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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SOURCE: kawasaki zzr 1100 d model 19 97

find the coils and check the terminals with a tester to see if power is getting to them. if it is then it could be the coils or ht leads/ caps
if no power at coil then problem is between battery and coil or in the kill switch. check all ground / earth terminals you can find also
good luck, ride safe

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

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SOURCE: Nearside carb problem on kawasaki zzr1100

Clean your carbs! Your floats might be sticking open a bit. Plus, all Kawasakis have a simple spring-actuated check valve in the fuel valve. This way, you can disconnect the fuel line without having to block the flow. Fuel could be leaking through the check valve. Your problem most liklely identifies dirty gasoline. Clean out your tank, your carbs, and change your fuel filter.

Posted on Apr 08, 2009

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SOURCE: how do i clean the carbs on a kawasaki zzr 600

If the bike is rideable I would run a bottle of Techron or a can of Seafoam through it to see if that fixes the problem.

Posted on Sep 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Kawasaki ZZR 250. Engine hydrauliced after fuel

sounds like you blew a set of piston rings. instead of building compression in the cylinder its pressurizing your crank case forceing the oil out the breather into your air box

Posted on Dec 19, 2009

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The carbs have been balanced but not synchronized? Each of the four carb slides needs to begin to open at the exact same time. Being out of sync can cause your problem. The balance and sync on a four cylinder bike is best done in the shop. If you try it yourself have a fire extinguisher handy. < < I am serious here.

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If your bike has CDI ignition, the timing is preset and is not adjustable.

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