i have a GPZ1100 1985 (Fuel Injection Model). the fuel pump has given up on me and i can't find a second hand one anywhere.
i read an article which i found on the internet from someone who had the same problem.
he used a Walbro GSL392 fuel pump, please see link:
fuel pumps online
he does not go on to say wether this worked or not.
does anyone have any advice on this or any other fuel pump that will work.
Posted Jun 30 2010, 06:29 AM in Tech Talk
Rear tail light and turn signals mount bracket 23062-1032
Headlight Inner and Outer Ring ( The headlamp bucket came through unscathed)
Pulsing coil cover for 83-84 GPZ1100 motor- 56018-1407
Odometer- This is the 3 pin for both the black and white connectors. I had what I thought was an extra and it looks exactly the same except the white connector is a six pin. I don't know if it could be adapted but I rather have the correct part and not experiment in possible futility.
Rear turn signals both left and right
Plastic fuel tank vent cover- 14024-1434 This is the plastic fuel vent cover that snaps on to the sender under the gas tank (Yup he dented the tank pretty good but fortunately repairable
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Posted May 30 2010, 07:53 PM in The Trading Post
As for the GPz1100 b2 only ever seen red ones...
Posted May 27 2010, 09:17 PM in Kawasaki Classics
Posted May 27 2010, 09:04 PM in Kawasaki Classics
My one was a J1 got it new in May 1981 they came down with a GPz-style tank...
- May 27 2010, 05:26 PMSo, did all the Euro J models have what we in North America call the GPz-style tank? That GPz-style tank didn't appear in NA until the J3 model (and of course, on the GPz1100's).
As it happens a guy i know has just imported one from Spain and it has the same GPz-style tank so it would seem all euro J models are the same...
Posted May 27 2010, 06:30 PM in Kawasaki Classics
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Posted Apr 28 2010, 10:04 PM in Tech Talk
i'm replacing the fork blown fork seals on my 96 gpz1100, anyone out there have any idea how much oil goes back in?
Posted Apr 25 2010, 11:54 AM in Tech Talk
Posted Apr 4 2010, 08:23 AM in The Trading Post
It's nothing to be concerned about, enjoy the bike!!
Posted Apr 3 2010, 09:10 PM in Kawasaki Chat
The ZRX has nearly tempted me but I went for the GPZ1100S in the end for the wind protection for touring.
Anyway - the ZRX uses a detuned engine from the ZZR1100/1200 which was the fastest poduction bike in the world from 1990 to 1996.
The ZRX deliberately copies styling from the Kawasaki Z1/Z900/Z1000/Z1R of the 1970's & early 1980's which is no bad thing. Many consider it the best-looking retro street bike which has plenty of real world performance to match.
The later 1200 version has more mid-range torque for easier acceleration.
Keep the bike clean - as with my GPZ - the finish is ok but can fade in colder climates if neglected.
I could still be tempted one day !
Posted Feb 17 2010, 08:54 PM in Kawasaki Streetbikes.
Have a look here, I've read other stuff on the forum re EFI to carb conversions. I've not had time to do a thorough trawl...
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Posted Jun 30 2009, 05:35 PM in Kawasaki Chat
quick teaser for you before i start ripping my bike to bits...
it's a gpz1100 e1 model. very similar to the zzr1100 on an old-ish N plate.
i've suddenly started experiencing a loss of power at the 4/5000 rpm mark.
the bike starts on the button, and rides as sweet as a nut upto about 4k then.... well... remember your 50? took power off you at 29.5mph? it's just like that. no warning, just a loss of all power till it's back below 3k, then it runs rough for a bit.. then makes it to 4k but slows again.
any below that and it's as it should be, but what a nuicance...
the obvious thing to check would be the main jets... but before i start with that does anyone have any experience of this problem? i'm pretty sure it's fuel starvation, and i've not a great deal of exhaust on it, so i don't think it's choking.
i've tried running it with the filler cap loose, i can say it's not a problem with the vacuum creating in the tank, and i've tried running with the tap on reserve, again no improvment. i've got enough fluids in it, it's had an oil and filter in the last few hundred miles and it's very well looked after.
a few weeks ago it got into the "very hot" zone on the temp gauge and the fan kicked in. i noticed a wee dribble of coolant escape when i pulled over, but it got refilled, and it was fine on the way home.
I'VE NOT DONE MY HEAD GASKET IN HAVE I????
any advice gratefully received.
Posted Jun 28 2009, 07:03 PM in Tech Talk