nearly 1 year ago Santa gave me a W650 for being so good.
My first bike was a Suzuki GT185, since then I have owned Honda CB360, Suzuki GT750, Suzuki GN250, Honda CB400, Kawasaki ZZR400 and now the W650.
My riding life started in Wellington NZ, a brief stint in Australia and then moved to Dublin Ireland where I experienced the joy of riding in the snow. Now I am back in Oz and making the most out of the fantastic weather and the reasonably good roads.
I have been reading the forums for a while and thought I would add a few myself.
I know enough to know I don't know much.........
Posted Dec 22 2007, 02:57 AM in Welcome to the forum
Hello does anyone have any info or experiance in fitting gpz 750 or gt750 barrels , pistons and head to a z650
my z650 has the later hyvo cam chain
Posted Nov 24 2007, 04:56 PM in Kawasaki Classics
I live in Devon, UK, please advise were I can purchase fork gaiters/dust boots for a kz750 spectre gt750 shaft drive part No :- 49006-1070 or any Kawasaki spares at reasonable prices,
Posted Aug 14 2007, 01:27 PM in Kawasaki Classics
hi, i am having problems finding new fork tubes for my bike so i was wondering if anyone could tel me if the tubes for the following bikes will fit.
KAWASAKI Z500 B1 & B2
KAWASAKI Z750 L2
KAWASAKI Z1, Z900, Z1000, Z900, GPZ500S
KAWASAKI GT750 P1-P2
KAWASAKI KE175 D
i have also found new forks for a Kawasaki Z 250 LTD for cheap, would theese possably fit?
thanx for the help
Posted Mar 1 2007, 04:29 PM in Kawasaki Classics
Sorry for the confusion, but here in the UK there is a Kawazaki GT750, 4 cylinder, 4 stroke, shaftdrive. This was the oil cooler and sump i'm refering to.
Posted Nov 18 2006, 10:57 PM in Tech Talk
i need a set of carbs for a gt750-p4 1989,does any one know if theres any other type that will fit off other kwaks.
Posted Oct 1 2006, 11:01 AM in Tech Talk
Hi, the easyest way that I found for patching in an oilcooler is to use a GT750 sump. This just bolts straight on as a direct replacement, you can then use the GT pipework and cooler. the only other thing you have to do is weld some brackets onto the frame for the cooler to bolt to; you will have to do this no matter which way you decide to go. I know the GT one works well as I have fitted one to my KZ650c powered trike. Take care and ride free. Andy.
Posted Aug 3 2006, 06:16 PM in Tech Talk
hi,i,m putting a different tank on my gt750,theres no vacuam outlet on the tap,will it run ok with the vacuam blanked off,cheers, trikebloke.
Posted Jun 10 2006, 09:41 AM in Tech Talk
i,m in need of 4 inlet rubbers for a gt750 g reg p5 second hand preferably,does anyone know if any other kawasaki will fit.
Posted May 21 2006, 08:27 PM in Tech Talk
by john hopkins
Has anyone out there changed the gear selector oil seal on a GT750. I have an oil leak and it looks as if I may be able to change the seal without removing the selector shaft or cover. I don't want to reinvent the wheel. so any help will be very welcome. John Hopkins Kawasaki GT750-P5
Posted May 10 2006, 04:39 PM in Tech Talk