The first owner bought it in Oregon and it eventually sailed up north to my area.
The rubber belt securing it is about to give up, I'll need to refresh it unless I'm willing to delete the Evap Canister. But, plugging the correct lines can be tricky and I'm not sure what it will do to the catalytic converters.
To do this you will NEED A SPANNER CLUTCH TOOL!!! I have tried without one and broke my clutch basket which is $300 the tool is only like $30 so buy one or borrow one. If you have been wanting to install an after market shift start now is the time. I would suggest still having a manual when...
Any Service Lift for your motorcycle that you want to recommend?
Something you have used for years, you know it's reliable and safe.
I am thinking about the HarborFreight version but not sure if it's safe.
Please share your thoughts.
I recently bought a 04 10r rear shock. It has 10mm bolts, (the 7r has 12mm or 14mm bolts), I took my oem 7r shock off and want to install the 10r shock set up. I am using the 10r shock absorber bracket at top uses: cotter pin, 16mm nut bracket which holds battery, a nut then top of shock seats...
I bought a 1990 Ninja ZX-6 D and I can not seem to figure out the correct way the vacuum hoses and fuel lines connect. Does anyone have a routing diagram? I bought the service manual but does not give where each hose should go. Thank you for any help you could give.
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