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Problem with the valve/front brakes on 2001 Kawasaki 300
sounds like that the piston o-rings are warn out. replace them on the master cylinder and get your self a 12 inch tube and a small glass jar loosen the bleeder valve put the tube on the bleeder valve and the other end in the jar put brake fluid in the jar and put it in the reservoir don't let ether run out and keep moving the brake lever it will get the air out of the lines quicker, repeat this for the other side
on Jan 23, 2016
Recommended motor oil for a 2001 kawasaki KLX 300
G'Day b shrum,
You can download a service manual for the bike here, (click on "free user") I checked the link working fine for now at least. Get a copy for yourself while the link is hot.
The Kawasaki shop manual suggest Engine Oil as
SE Class SAE viscosity of 10W40, 10W50, 20W40, 20W50
Is really a subjective thing, use the oil that suits your riding conditions, and climate. 10w40 for lower temps, 20w50 for hotter heavier duty conditions. Thicker oil protects better, thinner oil makes you go faster :)
I suggest using any good quality synthetic oil engineered for motorcycles. The brands here are endless. Chose what you can afford, but always get good quality oil and change it and the oil filter every 1000 k's
on Nov 15, 2014
How to install motorcycle indicators
manual or electronic design?
basic 2 pole flasher relay manual design = battery -ve to lights return (metal shroud of bulb)
battery +ve to fuse holder (10A on 12volt system)
output of fuseholder to flasher unit +ve pin (sometimes marked input or L)
output of flasher unit to centre (common) connection of flasher direction switch.
output of one side (left or right) of switch to front and rear bulbs (wire from switch to front, wire from switch to rear) = centre pin of bulb
repeat last instruction for other pair of bulbs
on Mar 27, 2011
Is it bad that i
sounds like it may need clutch adjustment,may be an adjustment on cable at the motor turn it out couple turns and try again,theres also an adjustment at the lever,try that also,based on what you have described if the clutch is not fully engaged when shift into 1st gear it will shut down on you,also if you have it running with clutch lever pulled in and it wants to still move forward that is the problem,hope that helps.
on Mar 01, 2011
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