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    Starting to work on these, bought last summer and hopefully on the road quickly.
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    Excellent, lets see lots of pics and info please

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    Bought this as a parts bike for all the wee parts not found today.
    PARTS GPZ750.jpg

    This is the workshop, great in cool temps but very warm on a hot day,.....
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    Always liked the old Gpz's, always quite fancied a 900.

    But maybe that would have been a post in the 'never meet your hero's thread?'

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    My first bike after passing my test...

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    I had one of those not long ago. Great bike for its age 1984. Sold it to a guy in London who as far as i know is still riding it. Shame the goo Kawasaki site closed as that had plenty owners. Some are on the Kawasaki owners club forum but admin are wankers so watch your P'S & Q's

    http://www.kawasakiownersclub.com/index/

    You can take shocks from other bikes or swap front ends easy enough as those shitty 37mm forks can flex a tad. Fork brace is your friend. Lots of help on the Turbo site for what will fit from what bike

    http://www.750turbo.com/forum/

    Also Wemoto still lest a few spares

    http://www.wemoto.com/bikes/kawasaki...2_zx750/83-84/

    Manual. You want KZ750 and if memory serves me well the wire diagram is missing but im sure i found one on google pictures.

    http://www.manualedereparatie.info/e.../kawasaki.html

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    Cracking looking bikes

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    Quote Originally Posted by icarus1859 View Post
    Cracking looking bikes
    The black non-faired one is a lot rougher than the picture looks. After some cursing, it started but is blowing from the down pipes.
    Will have to see if the pipes can be welded or may have to find some replacements.

    The faired bike fought me all afternoon but just as I was ready to cry, it started - happy days.

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