Question about kawasaki Z 750 Motorcycles
Hi, I have a 1986 zl 750 eliminator. I can only select 5 gears. is this correct or should it be a 6 speed ?? @
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Posted on Oct 28, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's surging because of irregular fuel supply. There are numerous circuits in a carb and x the no. of carbs. The first recommendation is to have the carbs aynchronized. Under heavy throttle a circuit other than cruising kicks in making up for the higher demand. You can sync them yourself with a manometer. They sell at the bike parts stores. Hook up four vacuum lines (supplied) and adjust the carbs to mach in all columns. good luck.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
I had a similar problem. Mine would continue running, but it felt like it dropped cylinders. Sputtered, backfires...etc. Check your ignitor box (under the seat, attached to the rear fender. Start the bike up to operating temp, and if it does the problem, the tech that fixed mine squeezed the ignitor box, and it returned to normal. Got a new one checking salvage yards online.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
On these WC Volkswagens, you have to make sure that the little ball-and-socket gear linkages are connected. If one is off, replace it with new, because the old one will probably pop off again.
If there is no problem there and you can select 5th gear, and then only later does it "pop out" of gear, then the spline lock rings have worn where the mating surfaces of each spline tip don't provide a positive "lock" when under power. Some folks think that when a transmission "pops out" when driving, it is the syncronizers. This is never true. (Even Click and Clack get this one wrong continuously.) The syncronizers are responsible for clashing gears during the gear selecting action.
A transmission rebuild is in order if the thing pops out of gear. Good luck.
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
Hi, Sophie I could not find 1992 KX125 Transmission specs but the 1992 KDX125 has 6 speeds and a 1991 KX125 has 6 speeds
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Posted on Apr 26, 2018
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