I had a faulty fuel tap on my GPz750, it was flooding the engine overnight. Kawasaki manuals were brilliant in those days. I read in the manual how vacuum taps worked and decided that the spring wasn't closing the tap off when the engine stopped.I fitted a fuel filter to a gpz750 years ago and got it the wrong way round. Would not go above 75 and would not rev out suffered fuel starvation I always check now:violent1:
1990 or 91 that was taken I think, Mutley Plain in Plymouth, my 2nd GPz750. Picture taken by a photography student at the college there, hence the black and white film which was considered arty.That's a fantastic pic! I love the XR3i in the background and the Cortina.
Proper old school atmosphere to it :thumbup:
I think it was 250 miles so that works out at 66.6 mph, but I did have to constantly overtake caravanners and I had to stop to fill up twice usually (I used to top up every 100 miles cos of the strange LCD fuel gauge those bikes had).I know that feeling what was your average speed for that journey? :angel9:
No bloody Unitrack linkages to grease or watch seize then?You guys were rich
I had the original twin shock model
Remember the fancy swing arm, lovely looking thing, I was told the only reason it was on there was because of the production racing rules. If they wanted it on the race bike it had to be on the bike being sold to the general public. Coulda been rubbish though.I miss my old gpz there was something about the 750's.
I was alot younger then of course.