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1989 Kawasaki ZXR 750 will not start
A properly timed spark.
Properly metered fuel.
This is ALL that's needed for your bike to run... simple process of elimination.
Contact a professional.
1991 Kawasaki ZXR 750 needle jet clip position
The clip position should not effect the engine running/idling. If these are replacement carbs?, they might be way too lean. I would take the carbs to a professional who can totally disassemble them, then clean and set them!! Were the valves recently adjusted? If yes, the intake valves are probably too tight,,, this will cause high/runaway idle.
1995 Kawasaki ZXR 750 replace the fork seals
NO. IF they are leaking, either they have been overfilled, you nicked the seal during install, the forks have some small surface defect in the seal contact area. If you did not replace them, they need to be replaced.... without regular usage.. they get dry, shrink, sometimes the seal lips crack
1992 Kawasaki ZXR 750 won't rev above 10,000 rpm
Hello, What is the redline on the tachometer? Exceeding the factory redline WILL NOT get you any more power!! In fact you lose power after the factory redline!!
If it will not rev freely to the factory redline in 3 or 4th gear ,, you have other problems!! Take it to a professional!!
Why no spark?
First - replace all spark plugs with factory recommended. Check the kill switch, If you have had the tank off... check under there for a wire/plug you knocked loose. Then take it to a professional
How to replace shift shaft on 2005 TT-R230
Hello, Unless you are a REALLY GOOD mechanic with the correct tools, please do not attempt this. This is a pretty much straight forward job for a professional! Shouldn't take more than 2 hours,
This is NOT a learning experience unless you are being tutored by a PROFESSIONAL!!
Which shift forks do I need for second and sixth gear?
If you are replacing 2 shift forks, I would replace ALL of them.. if they show signs of wear, replace all of them! You also need to find out WHY they are worn out! Bent shift shaft? Do you ride with pressure on the shifter after you have shifted (to make sure it stays in gear)...If the bike has been dropped on the left side, you might have bent them. A PROFESSIONAL needs to inspect you transmission!!
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