Tires are one of the most important things you have on a bike two postage size contact patches on your bike. Bowling ball rubber would last a long time and gum eraser won't last long, but inbetween both of these extremes we have tires for your bike. Dropping your bike one time would be more expensive than the most expensive sticky tire on the market...Please don't buy something that you don't want to put your life on the line with. IF not for yourself, your family, or the victims involved...getting put in the hospital because of an accident isn't worth all the tires in China, and death is not worth all the tires in the world...I'm not trying to sell you AVON, Dunlop, Michelin...only trying to convince you that you are worth more than some cheap tires. Just say NO. Get some good tires, and KNow that you made the right choice. As a FORUM MEMBER you are now part of a family that looks out for one another...sometimes we fall, and get hurt, but asking was the right thing to do...if we didn't care...we wouldn't say so!
Louis, what size are you running? Stock? (100/90-18 and 120/80-18). I also have an '84 GPz550 in need of new rubber and there isn't anywhere near the selection avalable as with more modern sizes (120-17, 180-17, etc.). What other sizes will fit the 550?
I need only the left side carb body for a 2003 zr-7s. I'll take a whole set if you have one but if you have a partial set or a set you can't use that has a good left carb body, that's all I really need.
Looking at bringing back my wife to rider status (she is a qualified rider) and beginning research to find a nice smaller, lighter ride for her.
Presently thinking of a GPZ550 OR a KZ550 OR a Zephyr 550.
Would the forum members be kind enough to share their opinions based on experience with...
Vilken typ av motor har jag och undrar på vilka motorcykel den sitter. Motornumret är F107-101202 125 cc vattenkyld
Vilken typ av motor har jag och undrar på vilken motorcykel den sitter. Motornummer är F107-101202 125 cc vattenkyld
I have a 2001 ZR-7S and would like to know where the center stand rests so it does not contact the chain. I have it rigged up with a stand-off so it does not do this but it rests on the swing arm now. I have a rubber peice mounted on the swing arm to protect it from damage but I don't feel this...
A forum community dedicated to Kawasaki Motorcycle owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about performance, modifications, troubleshooting, maintenance, off-road, touring, street bikes, and more!