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Where can I get a 1997 or 98 cylinder head for my zx6r?

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U can try a scrap yard or cycle shop.Hope this helps u out.....Maybe e-bay

Posted on Aug 13, 2010

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My 2001 zx6r is leaking oil from the top of the engine and my exsauhst is blowing some white smoke out of it


Hi, This is likely to be your head gasket, white smoke from exhaust is oil being burnt. Oil is leaking from the gasket out to the external area that you can see, it will also be leaking inside to the cylinders causing the smoke.

Jul 06, 2011 | 2001 kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja

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How do i gt to the spark plugs on my 2004 kawasaki ninja zx6r


YOU HAVE TO REMOVE THE SEAT, TANK AND AIR BOX, THE PLUGS ARE LOCATED IN THE CYLINDER HEAD THE PLUG CAPS COMPLETELY COVER THE HOLE IN THE HEAD THE PLUG SITS IN, (TIP) DO 1 PLUG AT A TIME MAKING SURE YOU REPLACE THE CAP BEFORE YOU DO THE NEXT 1, THIS WAY YOU WONT MIX UP THE LEADS, REMEMBER THE PLUGS SIT IN A DEEP HOLE AND ARE QUITE EASILY CROSS THREADED, REFIT USING CORRECT SPANNER BY HAND, TO START WITH WHEN YOU ARE SURE THE PLUG IS IN CORRECT THEN FINNISH OFF TO THE CORRECT TIGHTNESS WITH A WRENCH

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Valve adjusting


You need to take the #1 plug out and make sure the piston is at top dead center. Then make sure that the alignment mark on the timing rotor is pointing at the mark on the engine casing. You will want the cams positioned so that the heels of the lobes are down toward the cam followers. The lobes themselves will kind of point up and away from the cylinder head. Also there should be marks on the cams they need to be level with the top of the cylinder head. You will measure 4 valves on 1 of the cylinders and 2 valves each on 2 others. Then rotate 1 full turn and measure the other four. In any case make sure the heel is down towards the follower and the crankshaft timing mark on the timing rotor is lined up with the mark on the engine case..

Jul 30, 2010 | 2001 kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja

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Poor running on ZX6R 99 in rain.


THIS COULD BE WATER GETTING ON TO YOUR PLUGS. TRY A LITTLE SILICON SEALANT AROUND THE TOP OF THE PLUG LEADS TO STOP THE WATER GETTING IN

May 04, 2009 | 2001 kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja

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