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post #11 of 31 (permalink) Old 11-04-2010, 10:02 PM Thread Starter
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i will amend.
if it IS kinda hard to navigate tho for real, let me know. maybe i can fix it.
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By yumadtho at 2010-11-04

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i will amend.
if it IS kinda hard to navigate tho for real, let me know. maybe i can fix it.
thanks for the links. rapes dispatched
Navigation works perfectly fine with this and is faster then doing a search. It's nice having these How To's right at your fingertips for quick access. Did you actually review all the threads that you have added to make sure that they are all good? I know you are probably doing this in your free time and it will take a while to review all the threads, but it will be well worth it in the end to know that these threads have all the information people will need and not have to ask questions that have already been answered. Within the next few weeks I should have a few more write-ups that will work perfectly in here.

Things to come ('03 ZX-6R):
-chain and F/R sprocket replacement and adjustment
-valve adjustment
-spark plug change (will be using the same pics from the valve adjustment)
-throttle body sync using home made sync tool
-possibly fork seal/dust cover & oil change (depends on how much I can afford)

I will send you the information when I have all of it done so that you can add it to this section.
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Navigation works perfectly fine with this and is faster then doing a search. It's nice having these How To's right at your fingertips for quick access. Did you actually review all the threads that you have added to make sure that they are all good? I know you are probably doing this in your free time and it will take a while to review all the threads, but it will be well worth it in the end to know that these threads have all the information people will need and not have to ask questions that have already been answered. Within the next few weeks I should have a few more write-ups that will work perfectly in here.

Things to come ('03 ZX-6R):
-chain and F/R sprocket replacement and adjustment
-valve adjustment
-spark plug change (will be using the same pics from the valve adjustment)
-throttle body sync using home made sync tool
-possibly fork seal/dust cover & oil change (depends on how much I can afford)

I will send you the information when I have all of it done so that you can add it to this section.

right on.

lol ya. i went thru every.fucking.link. this took me days to compile. i spent a few hours a night for almost 2 weeks going thru shit. i found alot of them i initially looked at to be total shit. i tossed probably 20-40 links from my list since they sucked or turned into a flame war or something.

i'm down for all you wanna post up man. let me know and i'll get it in there.


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Is it just me or is this thread really hard to navigate through...

J/K whitehendrix, thanks for the awesome section. I have another How To on fairing repair if you want to add it. I wrote this one up last year (lots of pics) and it works very well.

https://www.kawiforums.com/how-tos-fa...ng-repair.html
Easiest way to do it, assuming you know what you're looking for, is to just hit control + F and start searching the page for key words. If the info's here you should get it quick, and if it's something that should be here and isn't you can ask Whitey to throw it in!

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Easiest way to do it, assuming you know what you're looking for, is to just hit control + F and start searching the page for key words. If the info's here you should get it quick, and if it's something that should be here and isn't you can ask Whitey to throw it in!
Lol, I know. That's why I put J/K right after that. I'll go back and edit it so that it stands out more . Thank you though and hopefully someone who was unaware of ctrl + F will be able to use that function as well.
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well, let me know how to make it better and i will!


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Bike pulls real hard and smooth, kinda like Supra's mom, but without the regret
Need A "How To"? CLICK ME!!
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Hi Whitehendrix Could you please give me some advice as to how to remove the ingition switch on my zx11 2000 mod. I'm a daily rider and the other day at work the key would not start up the bike. I checked the battery and it was fully charged. This has happened a few times before. The key would not bring up the ignition lights. After playing with the key a little the ignition lights have come up and I've been able to crank it up. This time however no go. Anyway I looked at my manual and it shows no info on removal, sad 'cause here in Austalia locksmiths charge an arm and a leg! and I want to avoid talking it to them. Anyway I got as far as removing the steering but I can't see any allen key bolts or nuts to remove the ignition off the steering. Could you please spare a little time to tell me how to do it. I go back to work in 5 days and I am desperate. Thanks mate. Mick.
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Are we keeping these links strictly KawiForum related?

If not, here's a 250R oil change guide?

DIY- Oil Change - ninjette.org
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post #20 of 31 (permalink) Old 04-06-2011, 03:44 AM Thread Starter
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thanks STi

theres a few links that are not KF internal threads..

as far as direct questions to me, it's probably best to search, start a thread or PM me directly.. chances are i will miss it if it's in here as i come back here every few months to update.. it'll be too late to help you by then.


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Bike pulls real hard and smooth, kinda like Supra's mom, but without the regret
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