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  • Page 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Quick Reference Guide HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE This Quick Reference Guide will SAFE OPERATION assist you in finding the information you’re looking for. MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT STORAGE A Table of Contents is included after the Foreword.
  • Page 3 NOTICE Whenever you see the symbols shown below, heed their instructions! NOTICE is used to address prac- Always follow safe operating and main- tices not related to personal in- tenance practices. jury. DANGER NOTE DANGER indicates a hazardous ○ This note symbol indicates points of situation which, if not avoided, particular interest for more efficient will result in death or serious in-...
  • Page 5 (Australian model only) TAMPERING WITH NOISE CONTROL SYSTEM PROHIBITED Owners are warned that the law may prohibit: (a) The removal or rendering inoperative by any person other than for purposes of maintenance, repair or replacement, of any device or element of design incorporated into any new vehicle for the purpose of noise control prior to its sale or delivery to the ultimate purchaser or while it is in use;...
  • Page 6 FOREWORD Congratulations on your purchase of a new Kawasaki motorcycle. Your new mo- torcycle is the product of Kawasaki’s advanced engineering, exhaustive testing, and continuous striving for superior reliability, safety and performance. Please read this Owner’s Manual carefully before riding so that you will be thoroughly familiar with the proper operation of your motorcycle’s controls, its fea-...
  • Page 7 However, there may be minor differences between the actual product and illustra- tions and text in this manual. All products are subject to change without prior notice or obligation. KAWASAKI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD. Motorcycle & Engine Company © 2011 Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. Apr. 2011. (1)
  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS SPECIFICATIONS....... 10 Fuel Tank ......... 42 LOCATION OF PARTS ....... 15 Fuel Requirements ....... 42 LOADING AND ACCESSORIES Filling the Tank......46 INFORMATION ........ 18 Side Stand ........47 GENERAL INFORMATION....21 Seats ..........48 Meter Instruments ......21 Tool Kit ..........
  • Page 9 Cleaning Your Motorcycle ....158 System (Southeast Asia B1 model STORAGE........... 164 only) ..........109 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION..167 Valve Clearance ....... 110 OWNER SATISFACTION ....168 Kawasaki Clean Air System ..... 110 LOCATION OF LABELS..... 170 Exhaust Device ........ 111...
  • Page 10: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATIONS PERFORMANCE Maximum Horsepower 101.5 kW (138 PS) @9 600 r/min (rpm) (TH) (SEA-B1/B2) 100 kW (136 PS) @9 000 r/min (rpm) Maximum Torque 110 N·m (11.2 kgf·m, 81.1 ft·lb) @7 800 r/min (rpm) Minimum Turning Radius 3 m (118 in.) DIMENSIONS Overall Length 2 095 mm (82.5 in.)
  • Page 11 SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Type DOHC, 4-cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled Displacement 1 043 cm³ (64.0 cu in.) Bore × Stroke 77.0 × 56.0 mm (3.0 × 2.2 in.) Compression Ratio 11.8:1 Starting System Electric starter Cylinder Numbering Method Left to right, 1-2-3-4 Firing Order 1-2-4-3 Fuel System FI (Fuel Injection)
  • Page 12 SPECIFICATIONS Capacity 4.0 L (4.2 US qt) Coolant Capacity 2.9 L (3.1 US qt) TRANSMISSION Transmission Type 6-speed, return shift Clutch Type Wet, multi disc Driving System Chain drive Primary Reduction Ratio 1.627 (83/51) Final Reduction Ratio 2.800 (42/15) Overall Drive Ratio 5.178 @Top gear Gear Ratio: 2.600 (39/15)
  • Page 13 SPECIFICATIONS FRAME Caster 24.5° Trail 103 mm (4.1 in.) Tire Size: Front 120/70ZR17 M/C (58 W) Rear 190/50ZR17 M/C (73 W) Rim Size: Front J17M/C × MT3.50 Rear J17M/C × MT6.00 Fuel Tank Capacity 15 L (4.0 US gal) ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT Battery 12 V 8 Ah Headlight:...
  • Page 14 SEA-B1: Southeast Asia B1 model (with Evaporative Emission Control System) SEA-B2: Southeast Asia B2 model Even if one of LED (Light Emitting Diode) tail/brake lights does not go on, consult with an authorized Kawasaki dealer. Specifications are subject to change without notice, and may not apply to every country.
  • Page 15: Location Of Parts

    LOCATION OF PARTS LOCATION OF PARTS 1. Clutch Lever 6. Brake Fluid Reservoir (Front) 2. Left Handlebar Switches 7. Right Handlebar Switches 3. Spring Preload Adjuster 8. Front Brake Lever 4. Rebound Damping Force Adjuster 9. Throttle Grip 5. Meter Instruments 10.
  • Page 16 LOCATION OF PARTS 11. Turn Signal Lights 19. Tail/Brake Light 25. Brake Caliper 12. Headlight 20. License Plate Light 26. Idle Adjusting Screw 13. Air Cleaner Intake 21. Seat Lock 27. Shift Pedal 14. Spark Plugs 22. Brake Disc 28. Side Stand 15.
  • Page 17 LOCATION OF PARTS 31. Fuse Box 38. Rear Shock Absorber 32. Battery 39. Rear Brake Light Switch 33. Fuel Tank Cap 40. Rear Brake Pedal 34. Muffler 41. Oil Level Gauge 35. Brake Fluid Reservoir (Rear) 42. Oil Filter 36. Swingarm 43.
  • Page 18: Loading And Accessories Information

    Kawasaki Parts Accessories, and accessories you add to your Kawasaki has no control over the motorcycle be genuine Kawasaki design or application of accessories. components. In some cases, improper installation or use of accessories, or motorcycle...
  • Page 19 LOADING AND ACCESSORIES INFORMATION carrying cargo, passengers and/or in 3. All baggage should be carried as fitting additional accessories. The fol- low as possible to reduce the effect lowing general guidelines have been on the motorcycle center of gravity. prepared to assist you in making your Baggage weight should also be dis- determinations.
  • Page 20 Kawasaki does not manu- (i.e., lean angle), control operation, facture sidecars or trailers for mo- wheel travel, front fork movement,...
  • Page 21: General Information

    GENERAL INFORMATION GENERAL INFORMATION Meter Instruments A. Left Button B. Left Turn Signal Indicator Light C. Digital Meter D. Right Turn Signal Indicator Light E. Right Button F. Warning Indicator Light G. ABS Indicator Light (only on ABS model) H. Coolant Temperature Warning Indicator Light I.
  • Page 22: Digital Meter

    GENERAL INFORMATION Digital Meter The digital meter displays the fol- lowing functions: the speedometer, tachometer, clock, trip meter AB, odometer, fuel gauge, oil pressure warning symbol, immobilizer warning symbol, and fuel injection warning sym- bol. When the ignition key is turned to “ON”, all the LCD segments are dis- played for about one second, then, depending on the mode selected, the...
  • Page 23 GENERAL INFORMATION • and mph) in the meter unit. Make sure Display the odometer. • that km/h or mph according to local reg- The km/h·mph display shifts by push- ulations is correctly displayed before ing the right button while the left but- riding.
  • Page 24 GENERAL INFORMATION • The km/h·mph display shifts as fol- rpm). On the right side of the tachome- lows. ter face is a portion called the “red zone”. Engine r/min (rpm) in the red zone is above maximum recom- mended engine speed and is also above the range for good performance.
  • Page 25 GENERAL INFORMATION • • Push the right button for more than Push the right button. The hour dis- two seconds. Both the hour and play stops flashing and the minute minute displays start flashing. display starts flashing. Push the left button to advance the minutes.
  • Page 26 GENERAL INFORMATION ○ NOTE The clock works normally by the back ○ -up power while the ignition switch is Do not shift the odometer/trip meter turned off. while riding for safe operation. ○ When the battery is disconnected, the clock is reset to 1:00 and starts Odometer working again when the battery is The odometer shows the total dis-...
  • Page 27 GENERAL INFORMATION NOTE NOTE ○ ○ The data is maintained even if the The data is maintained by the back battery is disconnected. -up power if the ignition key is turned ○ When the figures come to 999999, off. ○ they are stopped and locked.
  • Page 28: Warning/indicator Lights

    GENERAL INFORMATION Refuel at the earliest opportunity if Warning/Indicator Lights the most bottom segment of the fuel : When the transmission is in gauge flashes. neutral, the neutral indicator light goes When vehicle stands with Side Stand, Fuel Gauge cannot show the amount of fuel in the fuel tank exactly.
  • Page 29 GENERAL INFORMATION NOTICE : The coolant temperature warning indicator light goes on when the igni- Do not let the engine continue tion key is turned to “ON” and goes running when the coolant tem- off soon after ensuring that its circuit perature warning indicator light function properly.
  • Page 30 If something is wrong with the ABS, its cause checked by an authorized the indicator comes on and remains lit. Kawasaki dealer. Refer to the “Warn- When the indicator light is on, the ABS ing Symbols” in this section for more does not function but if the ABS fails, detailed information.
  • Page 31 “ON” or trouble occurs by an authorized Kawasaki dealer. in the fuel injection system. After turn- (For models equipped with an ing the ignition key to “ON”, the fuel in-...
  • Page 32 GENERAL INFORMATION used, or the communication is clear, to prevent excessive battery dis- the warning indicator light does not charge. flash. NOTE ○ Warning indicator light flashing mode can be set to either on or off. Push and hold the left and right buttons simultaneously for more than two seconds, within twenty seconds after turning the ignition key to the “OFF”...
  • Page 33: Key

    Kawasaki dealer. Blank keys Blank keys are available at a are available at your Kawasaki dealers. Kawasaki dealers. Ask a dealer to Ask your dealer to make any additional...
  • Page 34 Do not put two keys of any immo- If all ignition keys are lost, an bilizer system on the same key authorized Kawasaki dealer will ring. have to replace the ECU and or- Do not submerge any key in wa- der new ignition keys.
  • Page 35 GENERAL INFORMATION If an improperly coded key is used or and hold the left and right buttons any incorrect communication between simultaneously for more than two ECU and key is occurred, the engine seconds, within twenty seconds after does not start and warning indicator turning the ignition key to the “OFF”...
  • Page 36: Ignition Switch/steering Lock

    GENERAL INFORMATION Ignition Switch/Steering Lock Engine off. All electrical This is a four-position, key-operated circuits off. switch. The key can be removed from Engine on. All electrical the switch when it is in the OFF, LOCK, equipment can be used. or P (Park) position.
  • Page 37 GENERAL INFORMATION NOTICE goes on when the starter button is released after starting the engine. To When turning the handlebar all avoid battery discharge, always start the way to the right or left, the the engine immediately after turning space between the handlebar the ignition key to “ON”.
  • Page 38: Left Handlebar Switches

    GENERAL INFORMATION Left Handlebar Switches NOTE ○ When the headlight is on high beam, both headlights go on. When the headlight is on low beam, only one headlight goes on. Turn Signal Switch When the turn signal switch is pushed to the left ( ) or right ), the corresponding turn sig- nals flash on and off.
  • Page 39: Right Handlebar Switches

    GENERAL INFORMATION Right Handlebar Switches to pass. The passing light is shut off as soon as the button is released. A. Engine Stop Switch B. Starter Button Engine Stop Switch In addition to the ignition switch, the engine stop switch must be in position for the motorcycle to operate.
  • Page 40: Starter Button

    GENERAL INFORMATION NOTE Brake Lever Adjuster ○ There is an adjuster on the brake Although the engine stop switch lever. The adjuster has 6 positions so stops the engine, it does not turn off that the released lever position can be all the electrical circuits.
  • Page 41: Fuel Tank Cap

    GENERAL INFORMATION Fuel Tank Cap To open the fuel tank cap, pull up the key hole cover. Insert the ignition key into the fuel tank cap and turn the key to the right. To close the cap, push it down into place with the key inserted.
  • Page 42: Fuel Tank

    Never use gasoline with an octane rat- ing lower than the minimum specified by Kawasaki to prevent severe engine damage. The octane rating of a gasoline is a measure of its resistance to detona- A.
  • Page 43 GENERAL INFORMATION NOTICE NOTICE Do not use leaded gasoline, as If engine “knocking” or “ping- this will destroy the catalytic ing” occurs, use a different converter (For further informa- brand of gasoline of a higher tion, refer to the “Catalytic Con- octane rating.
  • Page 44 GENERAL INFORMATION NOTICE Fuel Type and Octane Rating (For Thailand Do not use any fuel that con- Specifications) tains more ethanol or other oxy- Use clean, fresh unleaded gasoline genates than specified for E10 and an octane rating equal to or higher fuel* in this vehicle.
  • Page 45 GENERAL INFORMATION Fuel Type Unleaded Gasoline Fuel Type Unleaded Gasoline Minimum Octane Research Octane Ethanol Rating Number (RON) 95 Content (RON + MON) Antiknock Minimum (For Brazil Specification) Index Octane Use clean, fresh unleaded gasoline Rating with an Antiknock Index equal to or higher than that shown in the table.
  • Page 46: Filling The Tank

    GENERAL INFORMATION WARNING Filling the Tank Avoid filling the tank in the rain or Gasoline is extremely flammable where heavy dust is blowing so that the and can be explosive under cer- fuel does not get contaminated. tain conditions. Turn the igni- tion key to “OFF”.
  • Page 47: Side Stand

    GENERAL INFORMATION NOTICE Side Stand The motorcycle is equipped with a Southeast Asia B1 model only: side stand. Never fill the tank so the fuel level rises into the filler neck. If the tank is overfilled, heat may cause the fuel to expand and flow into the Evaporative Emis- sion Control System resulting in hard starting and engine hesita-...
  • Page 48: Seats

    GENERAL INFORMATION NOTE Seats ○ The motorcycle is equipped with a Passenger’s Seat Removal • side stand switch. This switch is de- Remove the passenger’s seat by in- signed so that the engine does not serting the ignition key into the seat start if the transmission is in gear and lock, and turning it clockwise.
  • Page 49 GENERAL INFORMATION NOTE ○ When removing the passenger’s seat, pull it up while turning the key. A. Seat Lock B. Ignition key A. Passenger’s seat B. Pull up C. Turn the Key...
  • Page 50 GENERAL INFORMATION Rider’s Seat Removal Rider’s Seat Installation • • Remove the bolts and pull off the seat Insert the tabs on the front of the upward rider’s seat into the slots in the frame. • Insert the projections on the rear of the rider’s seat into the holes on the frame and tighten the bolts.
  • Page 51 GENERAL INFORMATION • Passenger’s Seat Installation Push down the front part of the pas- • Insert the tab on the rear of the pas- senger’s seat until the lock clicks. senger’s seat into the slot in the frame. • Insert the projections at the front of the passenger’s seat into the holes on the frame.
  • Page 52: Tool Kit

    GENERAL INFORMATION Tool Kit Air Cleaner Intake The tool kit is located under the pas- The air cleaner intake allows air to senger’s seat. enter the fuel system. Never allow any- The kit contains tools that are help- thing to restrict the flow of air into the ful in making roadside repairs, adjust- air cleaner.
  • Page 53: Meter Unit Mounting Angle

    GENERAL INFORMATION • Meter Unit Mounting Angle Insert the pin of the knob into the hole The meter unit can be adjusted its of the meter unit bracket to fix the mounting angle from 3 positions de- meter unit. • pending on the view of a rider.
  • Page 54: Rear View Mirror

    GENERAL INFORMATION Rear View Mirror Tightening Torque Lower Hexagonal Area: Rear View Mirror Adjustment • Adjust the rear view mirror by slightly 30 N·m (3.1 kgf·m, 22 ft·lb) moving only the mirror portion of the Upper Hexagonal Area: assembly. • 18 N·m (1.8 kgf·m, 13 ft·lb) If the rear visibility can not be as- sured by moving the mirror, loosen...
  • Page 55 GENERAL INFORMATION NOTE ○ If a torque wrench is not available, this item should be serviced by a Kawasaki dealer.
  • Page 56: Break-in

    BREAK-IN BREAK-IN The first 1 600 km (1 000 miles) that the motorcycle is ridden is designated as the break-in period. If the motorcycle is not used carefully during this period, you may very well end up with a “broken down” instead of a “broken in” motorcycle after a few thousand kilometers.
  • Page 57 During break-in, avoid sudden and maximum braking and acceleration, and hard cornering. In addition to the above, at 1 000 km (600 miles) it is extremely important that the owner has the initial maintenance service performed by an authorized Kawasaki dealer.
  • Page 58: How To Ride The Motorcycle

    HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE • Starting the Engine Turn the ignition key to “ON”. • • Make sure the transmission is in neu- Check that the engine stop switch is tral. in the position. A.
  • Page 59 HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE NOTICE NOTE ○ The motorcycle is equipped with a Do not operate the starter con- vehicle-down sensor, which causes tinuously for more than 5 sec- the engine to stop automatically and onds, or the starter will overheat the fuel injection warning symbol to and the battery power will drop flash when the motorcycle falls down...
  • Page 60 HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE NOTICE NOTE ○ The motorcycle is equipped with a Do not let the engine idle longer starter lockout switch. This switch is than five minutes, or engine designed so that the engine does not overheating and damage may start if the transmission is in gear and occur.
  • Page 61: Jump Starting

    HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE DANGER Jump Starting If your motorcycle battery is “run Battery acid generates hydro- down”, it should be removed and gen gas which is flammable and charged. If this is not practical, a 12 explosive under certain con- volt booster battery and jumper cables ditions.
  • Page 62 HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE • • Make sure the ignition key is turned Connect another jumper cable from to “OFF”. the negative (–) terminal of the • booster battery to your motorcy- Connect a jumper cable from the cle footpeg or other unpainted metal positive (+) terminal of the booster surface.
  • Page 63 HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE • DANGER Follow the standard engine starting procedure. Batteries contain sulfuric acid that can cause burns and pro- NOTICE duce hydrogen gas which is highly explosive. Do not make Do not operate the starter con- this last connection at the fuel tinuously for more than 5 sec- system or battery.
  • Page 64: Moving Off

    HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE Moving Off NOTE • ○ Check that the side stand is up. The motorcycle is equipped with a • Pull in the clutch lever. side stand switch. This switch is de- • Shift into 1st gear. signed so that the engine does not •...
  • Page 65: Shifting Gears

    HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE Shifting Gears NOTE • ○ Close the throttle while pulling in the The transmission is equipped with a clutch lever. positive neutral finder. When the mo- • Shift into the next higher or lower torcycle is standing still, the transmis- gear.
  • Page 66: Braking

    HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE • Braking Even in motorcycles equipped with • ABS, braking during cornering may Close the throttle completely, leav- ing the clutch engaged (except when cause wheel slip. When turning a corner, it is better to limit braking to shifting gears) so that the engine will help slow down the motorcycle.
  • Page 67: Anti-lock Brake System (abs) For Models Equipped With Abs

    HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) for models equipped with ABS is designed to help prevent the wheels from locking up when the brakes are applied hard while running straight. The ABS automatically regu- lates brake force. Intermittently gaining gripping force and braking force helps prevent wheel lock-up and allows sta- ble steering control while stopping.
  • Page 68 HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE • manner as conventional motorcycle Same as conventional brake system, brake system. an excessive sudden braking may • ABS cannot compensate for adverse cause wheel lock up that makes it harder to control a motorcycle. road conditions, misjudgment or im- •...
  • Page 69: Abs Indicator Light

    6 km/h or below, can extend braking distance. you should have the ABS checked by an authorized Kawasaki dealer. ○ When the ABS is functioning, you WARNING may feel a pulsing in the brake lever Use of non-recommended tires or pedal.
  • Page 70: Stopping The Engine

    HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE • Stopping the Engine The light does not come on when the • ignition switch is turned on. Close the throttle completely. • • The light remains lit after the motor- Shift the transmission into neutral. •...
  • Page 71: Stopping The Motorcycle In An Emergency

    Stopping the Motorcycle in an 2. During removal of the air cleaner, Emergency dirt is allowed to enter and jam the Your Kawasaki Motorcycle has been fuel injection system. designed and manufactured to pro- In an emergency situation such as...
  • Page 72: Parking

    HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE WARNING Parking The engine and exhaust system WARNING get extremely hot during normal Operating or parking the vehi- operation and can cause serious cle near flammable materials can burns. cause a fire, and can result in Never touch a hot engine, ex- property damage or severe per- haust pipe, or muffler during op-...
  • Page 73 HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE NOTE and the motorcycle is not close to ○ any source of flame or sparks; this When stopping near traffic at night, includes any appliance with a pilot you can leave the taillight on for light.
  • Page 74: Catalytic Converter

    HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE WARNING Catalytic Converter This motorcycle is equipped with a Operating or parking the vehi- catalytic converter in the exhaust sys- cle near flammable materials can tem. The converter reacts with car- cause a fire, and can result in bon monoxide, hydrocarbons and nitro- property damage or severe per- gen oxides to convert them into carbon...
  • Page 75 HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE • Use only unleaded gasoline. Never air/fuel mixture flowing out of engine use leaded gasoline. Leaded gaso- excessively accelerates reaction in line significantly reduces the capabil- the converter allowing the converter ity of the catalytic converter. to overheat and become damaged •...
  • Page 76: Safe Operation

    SAFE OPERATION SAFE OPERATION Safe Riding Technique The points given below are applicable for everyday motorcycle use and should be carefully observed for safe and effective vehicle operation. For safety, eye protection and a When riding always keep both helmet are strongly recommended. hands on the handlebars and both You should be aware of and verify feet on the footpegs.
  • Page 77 SAFE OPERATION In general your actions should In wet conditions, rely more on the be smooth as sudden acceleration, throttle to control vehicle speed and braking or turning may cause loss less on the front and rear brakes. of control, especially when riding in The throttle should also be used ju- wet conditions or on loose roadway diciously to avoid skidding the rear...
  • Page 78 SAFE OPERATION Do not downshift at too high an Avoiding unnecessary weaving is r/min (rpm) to avoid damage from important to the safety of both the overrevving to the engine. rider and other motorists.
  • Page 79: Daily Safety Checks

    SAFE OPERATION Daily Safety Checks Check the following items each day before you ride. The time required is minimal, and habitual performance of these checks will help ensure you a safe, reliable ride. If any irregularities are found during these checks, refer to the Maintenance and Adjustment chapter or see your dealer for the action required to return the motor- cycle to a safe operating condition.
  • Page 80 SAFE OPERATION Tires ......Air pressure (when cold): Front 250 kPa (2.50 kgf/cm², 36 psi) Rear 290 kPa (2.90 kgf/cm², 42 psi) Install the air valve cap. Drive Chain ....Slack 20 ∼ 30 mm (0.8 ∼ 1.2 in.). Lubricate when chain is dry. Nuts, Bolts, Fasteners Check that steering and suspension components, axles, and all controls are properly tightened or fastened.
  • Page 81 SAFE OPERATION Engine Stop Switch ..Stops engine. Side Stand ....Return to its fully up position by spring tension. Return spring not weak or not damaged. Refer to the “Daily Safety Checks” caution label attached to the back of left side cover.
  • Page 82: Additional Considerations For High Speed Operation

    SAFE OPERATION Additional Considerations for High Speed Operation Brakes: The importance of the brakes, especially during high speed operation, cannot be overemphasized. Check to see that they are correctly adjusted and func- tioning properly. Steering: Looseness in the steering can cause loss of control. Check to see that the handlebar turns freely but has no play.
  • Page 83 SAFE OPERATION WARNING Handling characteristics of a motorcycle at high speeds may vary from those you are familiar with at legal highway speeds. Do not attempt high speed operation unless you have received sufficient training and have the required skills.
  • Page 84: Maintenance And Adjustment

    Please note that Kawasaki cannot assume any responsibility for damage result- ing from incorrect or improper adjustment done by the owner.
  • Page 85: Periodic Maintenance Chart

    MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Periodic Maintenance Chart K: Should be serviced by an authorized Kawasaki dealer. *: For higher odometer readings, repeat at the frequency interval established here. #: Service more frequently when operating in severe conditions: dusty, wet, muddy, high speed, or frequent starting/stopping.
  • Page 86 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Frequency Whichever comes *Odometer Reading first km × 1 000 (mile × 1 000) Page Operation Every (Engine Items) (0.6) (3.75) (7.5) (11.25) (15) (18.75) (22.5) • • • • Idle speed - inspect • • • •...
  • Page 87 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Frequency Whichever comes *Odometer Reading first km × 1 000 (mile × 1 000) Page Operation Every (Engine Items) (0.6) (3.75) (7.5) (11.25) (15) (18.75) (22.5) Radiator hoses • • • • year installation condition - inspect Evaporative emission control •...
  • Page 88 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT 2. Periodic Inspection (Chassis Related Items) Frequency Whichever comes *Odometer Reading first km × 1 000 (mile × 1 000) Page Operation Every (Chassis Items) (0.6) (3.75) (7.5) (11.25) (15) (18.75) (22.5) Clutch and drive train: Clutch operation •...
  • Page 89 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Frequency Whichever comes *Odometer Reading first km × 1 000 (mile × 1 000) Page Operation Every (Chassis Items) (0.6) (3.75) (7.5) (11.25) (15) (18.75) (22.5) • • • Drive chain guide – wear - inspect Wheels and tires: •...
  • Page 90 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Frequency Whichever comes *Odometer Reading first km × 1 000 (mile × 1 000) Page Operation Every (Chassis Items) (0.6) (3.75) (7.5) (11.25) (15) (18.75) (22.5) Brake system: • • • • • • • Brake fluid leak - year inspect •...
  • Page 91 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Frequency Whichever comes *Odometer Reading first km × 1 000 (mile × 1 000) Page Operation Every (Chassis Items) (0.6) (3.75) (7.5) (11.25) (15) (18.75) (22.5) Brake operation • • • • • • • year (effectiveness, play, drag) - inspect •...
  • Page 92 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Frequency Whichever comes *Odometer Reading first km × 1 000 (mile × 1 000) Page Operation Every (Chassis Items) (0.6) (3.75) (7.5) (11.25) (15) (18.75) (22.5) • • • Uni-trak rocker arm – operation - inspect • •...
  • Page 93 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Frequency Whichever comes *Odometer Reading first km × 1 000 (mile × 1 000) Page Operation Every (Chassis Items) (0.6) (3.75) (7.5) (11.25) (15) (18.75) (22.5) • • • Headlight aiming - year inspect • • • Side stand switch year –...
  • Page 94 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT 3. Periodic Replacement Frequency Whichever *Odometer Reading comes first km × 1 000 (mile × 1 000) Page Every Change/Replacement Items (0.6) (7.5) (15) (22.5) (30) K Air cleaner element # - replace every 18 000 km (11 250 mile) •...
  • Page 95 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Frequency Whichever *Odometer Reading comes first km × 1 000 (mile × 1 000) Page Every Change/Replacement Items (0.6) (7.5) (15) (22.5) (30) • Rubber parts of master – 4 years cylinder and caliper - replace • •...
  • Page 96: Engine Oil

    MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Engine Oil Oil Level Inspection • In order for the engine, transmission, If the oil has just been changed, start and clutch to function properly, main- the engine and run it for several min- tain the engine oil at the proper level, utes at idle speed.
  • Page 97 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT • • Check the engine oil level through If the oil level is too high, remove the the oil level gauge. With the motor- excess oil through the oil filler open- cycle held level, the oil level should ing using a syringe or some other come up between the upper and suitable device.
  • Page 98 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT NOTICE If the engine oil gets extremely low or if the oil pump does not function properly or oil pas- sages are clogged, the warning indicator light in the meter in- strument and oil pressure warn- ing symbol in the digital meter will flash.
  • Page 99 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT • Oil and/or Oil Filter Change Let the oil completely drain with • Warm up the engine thoroughly, and the motorcycle perpendicular to the then stop it. ground. • Place an oil pan beneath the engine. • Remove the engine oil drain bolt.
  • Page 100 Apply a thin film of oil to the packing ○ and tighten the cartridge to the spec- If a torque wrench or required ified torque. Kawasaki special tool is not avail- able, this item should be serviced by a Kawasaki dealer. A. Packing •...
  • Page 101 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Tightening Torque Engine Oil Capacity Engine Oil Drain Bolt: Capacity: 30 N·m (3.1 kgf·m, 22 ft·lb) 3.2 L (3.4 US qt) Oil Filter: (when filter is not removed) 17 N·m (1.7 kgf·m, 13 ft·lb) 3.8 L (4.0 US qt) (when filter is removed) Recommended Engine Oil 4.0 L (4.2 US qt)
  • Page 102: Cooling System

    MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Cooling System Although 10W-40 engine oil is the recommended oil for most condi- Radiator and Cooling Fan - tions, the oil viscosity may need to Check the radiator fins for obstruc- be changed to accommodate atmo- tion by insects or mud. Clean off spheric conditions in your riding area.
  • Page 103 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT NOTICE Coolant - Coolant absorbs excessive heat from Using high-pressure water, as the engine and transfers it to the air from a car wash facility, could at the radiator. If the coolant level be- damage the radiator fins and im- comes low, the engine overheats and pair the radiator’s effectiveness.
  • Page 104 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT NOTICE accumulates rust and scale in the wa- ter jacket and radiator. This will clog If hard water is used in the sys- up the coolant passages, and con- tem, it causes scale accumula- siderably reduce the efficiency of the tion in the water passages, and cooling system.
  • Page 105 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT • NOTICE Check the coolant level if it is be- tween the F (Full) and L (Low) level Permanent types of antifreeze on lines. the market have anti-corrosion and anti-rust properties. When it NOTE is diluted excessively, it loses its ○...
  • Page 106 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT • • If the amount of coolant is insuffi- Disconnect the turn signal light con- cient, remove the right fairing and nector. • add coolant into the reserve tank. Remove the cap from the reserve tank and add coolant through the Coolant Filling filler opening to the F (Full) level line.
  • Page 107 If coolant must be added of- ten, or the reserve tank com- pletely runs dry, there is proba- bly leakage in the system. Have the cooling system inspected by your authorized Kawasaki dealer. A. Right Fairing B. Projections Coolant Change C.
  • Page 108: Spark Plugs

    The standard spark plug is shown in the table. The spark plugs should be replaced in accordance with the Peri- odic Maintenance Chart. Spark plug removal should be done by an authorized Kawasaki dealer. Spark Plug Standard NGK CR9EIA-9 Plug 0.8 ∼...
  • Page 109: Evaporative Emission Control System (southeast Asia B1 Model Only)

    MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Evaporative Emission Control System (Southeast Asia B1 model only) This system routes fuel vapors from the fuel system into the running engine or stores the vapors in a canister when the engine is stopped. Although no ad- justments are required, a thorough vi- sual inspection must be made at the in- tervals specified by the Periodic Main-...
  • Page 110: Valve Clearance

    The air suction valve is essentially a Inspection and adjustment should check valve which allows fresh air to be done by an authorized Kawasaki flow only from the air cleaner into the dealer. exhaust port. Any air that has passed the air suction valve is prevented from returning.
  • Page 111: Exhaust Device

    This ex- Air suction valve removal and inspec- haust device is controlled by the ECU, tion should be done by an authorized and adjustment or maintenance should Kawasaki dealer. be done by an authorized Kawasaki dealer. A. Exhaust Device Cables...
  • Page 112: Air Cleaner

    Periodic Maintenance Chart. In dusty, rainy, or muddy conditions, the air cleaner el- ement should be serviced more fre- quently than the recommended inter- val. Removal and cleaning should be done by an authorized Kawasaki dealer.
  • Page 113 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT WARNING Oil Draining • Inspect the transparent reservoir lo- Oil on tires will make them slip- cated on the left side of the engine to pery and can cause an accident see if any oil or water has run down and injury.
  • Page 114: Throttle Control System

    MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Throttle Control System Inspection • Check the throttle grip play each day Check that the throttle grip play is before riding the motorcycle, and carry correct by lightly turning the throttle out maintenance and adjustments in grip back and forth. accordance with the Periodic Mainte- nance Chart.
  • Page 115 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT • Adjustment Turn out the accelerator cable ad- • Loosen the locknuts at the upper of juster until the throttle grip has the the throttle cables, and screw both proper play. Tighten the locknut. throttle cable adjusters completely so as to give the throttle grip plenty of play.
  • Page 116: Engine Vacuum Synchronization

    MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Engine Vacuum Synchronization be done by an authorized Kawasaki dealer. Engine vacuum synchronization • With the engine idling, turn the han- must be checked and adjusted period- dlebar to each side. If handlebar ically in accordance with the Periodic...
  • Page 117: Idle Speed

    MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Idle Speed The idle speed adjustment should be performed in accordance with the Pe- riodic Maintenance Chart or whenever the idle speed is disturbed. Adjustment • Start the engine, and warm it up thor- oughly. • Adjust the idle speed by turning the idle adjusting screw.
  • Page 118: Clutch

    MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT WARNING Clutch Due to friction plate wear and clutch Operation with damaged cables cable stretch over a long period of use, could result in an unsafe riding the clutch operation should be checked condition. Replace damaged each day before riding the motorcycle, control cables before operation.
  • Page 119 If there is any irreg- If the play is incorrect, adjust the lever ularity, have the clutch cable checked play as follows. by an authorized Kawasaki dealer. Adjustment • • Check the clutch lever play as shown Loosen the locknut at the clutch in the figure.
  • Page 120 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT • WARNING If it cannot be done, use the nuts at the lower end of the clutch cable. Excess clutch cable play could prevent clutch disengagement and cause a crash resulting in serious injury or death. When adjusting the clutch cable, be sure the upper end of the outer cable is fully seated in its fitting...
  • Page 121: Drive Chain

    MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT NOTE Drive Chain ○ The drive chain slack and lubrication After the adjustment is made, start must be checked each day before rid- the engine and check that the clutch ing the motorcycle and must be main- does not slip and releases properly.
  • Page 122 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT WARNING Chain Slack Inspection • Set the motorcycle up on its side Misalignment of the wheel will stand. result in abnormal wear, and may • Check the wheel alignment. Confirm result in an unsafe riding con- that the notch on the swingarm and dition.
  • Page 123 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT • • Rotate the rear wheel to find the po- If the drive chain is too tight or too sition where the chain is tightest, and loose, adjust it so that the chain slack measure the maximum chain slack will be within the standard value.
  • Page 124 64 N·m (6.5 kgf·m, 47 ft·lb) A. Clamp Bolt B. Chain Adjuster NOTE C. Allen Wrench ○ • If a torque wrench is not available, Tighten the chain adjuster clamp this item should be serviced by a bolts to the specified torque. Kawasaki dealer.
  • Page 125 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Wheel Alignment Adjustment adjuster are at the same position on • Remove the right retaining ring, and the left and right sides. • loosen the axle nut. Tighten the axle nut to the specified • torque. Loosen the right clamp bolt. •...
  • Page 126 • ○ If a torque wrench is not available, Remove the bolts and the chain this item should be serviced by a cover. Kawasaki dealer. Wear Inspection • Slide the clip to the back. A. Bolts B. Chain Cover •...
  • Page 127 It is an endless type and the chain should be replaced. should not be cut for installa- tion; have it installed by an au- thorized Kawasaki dealer. • Rotate the rear wheel to inspect the drive chain for damaged rollers, and loose pins and links.
  • Page 128 B. Worn Teeth C. Damaged Teeth • If there is any irregularity, have the drive chain and/or the sprockets re- placed by an authorized Kawasaki dealer. Lubrication Lubrication is also necessary after riding through rain or on wet roads, or...
  • Page 129: Brakes

    1 mm (0.04 in.), replace both pads in the caliper as a set. Pad replace- ment should be done by an authorized Kawasaki dealer. A. Lining Thickness B. 1 mm (0.04 in.)
  • Page 130 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Brake Fluid - Fluid Level Inspection • In accordance with the Periodic Main- With the brake fluid reservoirs held tenance Chart, inspect the brake fluid horizontal, the brake fluid level must level in both the front and rear brake be kept between the upper and lower fluid reservoirs and change the brake level lines.
  • Page 131 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT WARNING Mixing brands and types of brake fluid can reduce the brake system’s effectiveness cause an accident resulting in injury or death. Do not mix two brands of brake fluid. Change the brake fluid in the brake line completely if the brake fluid must be refilled but the type A.
  • Page 132 Fluid Change ○ Have the brake fluid changed by an First, tighten until slight resistance is authorized Kawasaki dealer. felt, which indicates that the cap is seated on the reservoir body, and Front and Rear Brakes - tighten the cap an additional 1/6 turn...
  • Page 133: Brake Light Switches

    • The brake light should go on when the front brake is applied. • If it does not, ask an authorized Kawasaki dealer to inspect the front brake light switch. A. Brake Pedal B. 10 mm (0.4 in.) • If it does not, adjust the rear brake light switch.
  • Page 134 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT • Adjustment To adjust the rear brake light switch, • Remove the right front footpeg move the switch up or down by turn- bracket bolts. ing the adjusting nut. • Pull the footpeg bracket a little bit out- ward.
  • Page 135: Front Fork

    Front Footpeg Bracket Bolts: outer surface of the inner tube. 25 N·m (2.5 kgf·m, 18 ft·lb) NOTE ○ If a torque wrench is not available, this item should be serviced by a Kawasaki dealer.
  • Page 136 If there is any doubt about the front so that the spring force and damping fork, it should be checked by an au- force can be adjusted for different rid- thorized Kawasaki dealer. ing and loading conditions. Weaker spring force and damping force are...
  • Page 137 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Spring Preload Adjustment • Turn the spring preload adjusters in to increase spring force and out to decrease spring force. The adjusting range is as follows. Adjusting Range 15 turns A. Compression Damping Force Adjuster NOTICE Do not force to turn the rebound and compression damping force adjuster from the fully seated po- sition, or the adjusting mecha-...
  • Page 138 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Rebound Damping Force Adjustment Compression Damping Force • Turn the rebound damping force Adjustment • adjuster all the way into the spring Turn the compression damping force preload adjuster with a screwdriver. adjuster all the way clockwise with This makes the damping force great- a screwdriver to make the damping est.
  • Page 139: Rear Shock Absorber

    MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Rear Shock Absorber The standard setting positions of the spring preload adjuster, rebound The rear shock absorber operation damping force adjuster and compres- and oil leakage should be checked in sion damping force adjuster for an accordance with the Periodic Mainte- average-build rider of 68 kg (150 lb) nance Chart.
  • Page 140 If there is any doubt about the rear Before making any adjustments, shock absorber, it should be checked however, read the following proce- by an authorized Kawasaki dealer. dures: NOTICE Do not force to turn the rebound and compression damping force...
  • Page 141 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT • Rebound Damping Force Adjustment Turn the adjuster counterclockwise The rebound damping force adjuster to decrease damping force. is located at the lower end of the rear The standard setting positions of the shock absorber. rebound damping force adjuster for an average-build rider of 68 kg (150 lb) with no passenger and no accessories are as follows:...
  • Page 142: Wheels

    MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Wheels Tubeless tires are installed on the wheels of this motorcycle. The indica- tions of TUBELESS on the tire side wall and the spoke show that the tire and rim are specially designed for tubeless use. A. TUBELESS Mark The tire and rim form a leakproof unit by making airtight contacts at the tire chamfers and the rim flanges instead...
  • Page 143 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT WARNING Tires - Installing a tube inside a tube- Payload and Tire Pressure less-type tire can create exces- Failure to maintain proper inflation sive heat build up that can dam- pressures or observe payload limits for age the tube and cause rapid your tires may adversely affect han- deflation.
  • Page 144 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT ○ Tire pressure is affected by changes Tire Air Pressure (when cold) in ambient temperature and altitude, Front 250 kPa (2.50 kgf/cm², 36 psi) and so the tire pressure should be Rear 290 kPa (2.90 kgf/cm², 42 psi) checked and adjusted when your rid- ing involves wide variations in tem- perature or altitude.
  • Page 145 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT • In accordance with the Periodic Minimum Tread Depth Maintenance Chart, measure the 1 mm Front – depth of the tread with a depth (0.04 in.) gauge, and replace any tire that Under 130 km/h 2 mm has worn down to the minimum al- (80 mph) (0.08 in.)
  • Page 146 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT ○ WARNING When operating on public roadways, keep maximum speed under traffic Tires that have been punctured law limits. and repaired do not have the Standard Tire (Tubeless) same capabilities as undam- aged tires and can suddenly fail, Make, Type: causing an accident resulting DUNLOP D210F J...
  • Page 147 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT WARNING WARNING Some replacement tires may New tires are slippery and may adversely affect handling and cause loss of control and injury. cause an accident resulting in A break-in period of 160 km (100 serious injury or death. To en- miles) is necessary to estab- sure proper handling and stabil- lish normal tire traction.
  • Page 148: Battery

    MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Battery Due to their internal composition, The battery installed in this motorcy- batteries continually self discharge. cle is a sealed type, so it is not nec- The discharge rate depends on the essary to check the battery electrolyte type of battery and ambient temper- level or add distilled water.
  • Page 149 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT Self-discharge Current Drain Approx. number of days Days from Days from from 100% charged to 100% 100% Discharging 100% discharged charged charged Ampere Temperature to 50% to 100% Lead Lead discharged discharged -Antimony -Calcium 7 mA 60 Days 119 Days Battery Battery...
  • Page 150 12.8 volts, the battery should be A common cause of battery failure is charged using an appropriate charger sulfation. (check with a Kawasaki dealer). Sulfation occurs when the battery is you will not be using the motorcy- left in a discharged condition for an ex- cle for longer than two weeks, the tended time.
  • Page 151 If the above chargers are not avail- or the battery can be damaged. able, use equivalent one. Do not install a conventional For more details, ask a Kawasaki battery in this motorcycle, or the dealer. electrical system cannot work properly.
  • Page 152 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT • Battery Removal Take the battery out of the case. • • Remove the rider’s seat (see Seats Clean the battery using a solution of section in the GENERAL INFORMA- baking soda and water. Be sure that TION chapter).
  • Page 153: Headlight Beam

    MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT • Headlight Beam Cover the (+) terminal with the red cap. Headlight Aiming Adjustment • Reinstall the removed parts. NOTE ○ Do not turn the bolt because the re- flector in the headlight comes off. A. Bolt ○...
  • Page 154 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT and right by turning each adjuster it- Moving Turning self as the below table. Direction of Direction of Headlight Adjuster Beam Clockwise Left and Up Left Adjuster Counter- Right and clockwise Down Clockwise Right and Up Right Counter- Left and Adjuster...
  • Page 155 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT • To move the headlight beam upward, turn the both adjusters clockwise same number. • To move the headlight beam down- ward, turn the both adjusters coun- terclockwise same number. • If adjusted too low, neither low nor high beam will illuminate the road far enough ahead.
  • Page 156: Fuses

    If a fuse fails during operation, inspect the electrical system to determine the cause, and then replace it with a new fuse of proper amperage. The main fuse removal should be done by an authorized Kawasaki dealer. A. Fuse Boxes...
  • Page 157 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT A. Main Fuse A. Normal B. Failed WARNING Substituting fuses can cause wiring to overheat, catch fire and/or fail. Do not use any sub- stitute for the standard fuse. Replace the blown fuse with a new one of the correct capacity, as specified on the fuse boxes and main fuse.
  • Page 158: Cleaning Your Motorcycle

    General Precautions Build-up of debris or flammable Frequent and proper care of your material in and around the vehi- Kawasaki motorcycle will enhance cle chassis, engine, and exhaust its appearance, optimize overall per- can cause mechanical problems formance, and extend its useful life.
  • Page 159 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT • • Be sure the engine and exhaust are Use care when washing the wind- cool before washing. shield, headlight cover, and other • Avoid applying degreaser to seals, plastic parts as they can easily be scratched. brake pads, and tires.
  • Page 160 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT • • After cleaning your motorcycle, If the boot is damaged, replace it with check the rubber boot covering the a new one. If the boot is not po- shift pedal ball joint for correct instal- sitioned in the groove correctly, re- lation.
  • Page 161 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT • Mix a mild neutral detergent (de- several times. This helps the brakes signed for motorcycles or automo- dry and restores its normal operating biles) and water in a bucket. Use performance. • a soft cloth or sponge to wash your Lubricate the drive chain to prevent motorcycle.
  • Page 162 • If any doubt, consult an authorized tral detergent, and then inspect Kawasaki dealer. for damage. Avoid using abra- sive pads or brushes to clean Other Plastic Parts plastic parts, as they will dam- After washing use a soft cloth to age the part’s finish.
  • Page 163 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT should be washed with a mild neu- The sidewalls of tires and other rub- tral detergent and finished with a spray ber components should be treated with polish. Aluminum wheels, both painted a rubber protectant to help prolong their and unpainted can be cleaned with useful life.
  • Page 164: Storage

    STORAGE STORAGE Preparation for Storage • Clean the entire vehicle thoroughly. • Run the engine for about five minutes to warm the oil, shut it off, and drain the engine oil. WARNING Motorcycle oil is a toxic substance. Dispose of used oil properly. Con- tact your local authorities for approved disposal methods or possible re- cycling.
  • Page 165 STORAGE WARNING Gasoline is extremely flammable and can be explosive under certain con- ditions. Turn the ignition key to “OFF”. Do not smoke. Make sure the area is well-ventilated and free from any source of flame or sparks; this includes any appliance with a pilot light. Gasoline is a toxic substance.
  • Page 166 STORAGE • Put a cover over the motorcycle to keep dust and dirt from accumulating on it. Preparation after Storage • Remove the plastic bags from the mufflers. • Install the battery in the motorcycle and charge the battery if necessary. •...
  • Page 167: Environmental Protection

    Con- sult your authorized Kawasaki dealer or local environmental waste agency for their proper disposal procedure. This also applies to disposal of the entire vehicle at the...
  • Page 168: Owner Satisfaction

    Also, all warranty and service matters are handled and resolved through the authorized Kawasaki dealer network. If you are unsatisfied after working with your Kawasaki dealer and feel you still require further assistance, WRITE to the address below. Please be certain to pro-...
  • Page 169 In order to provide a permanent record, all warranty and service resolutions take place only through WRITTEN correspondence. Please send your correspondence to: Customer Relations: Technical Service Department KAWASAKI MOTORS Pty., Ltd. Private Mail Bag 24 RYDALMERER N.S.W. 2116 A.C.N.: 002 840 315...
  • Page 170: Location Of Labels

    LOCATION OF LABELS LOCATION OF LABELS 1. Brake Fluid (Front) 2. Important Drive Chain Information 3. Tire and Load Data 4. Brake Fluid (Rear)
  • Page 171 LOCATION OF LABELS *5. Stationary Noise Test Information **6. Vacuum Hose Routing Diagram 7. Daily Safety Checks *. only on Australian model **. only on Southeast Asia B1 model...
  • Page 172 LOCATION OF LABELS 8. Battery Poison/Danger **9. Fuel Notice 10. Fuel Level ***10. Fuel Level **. only on Southeast Asia B1 model ***. only on Brazil model...
  • Page 173 LOCATION OF LABELS...
  • Page 174 LOCATION OF LABELS...
  • Page 175 LOCATION OF LABELS 5) only on Australian model...
  • Page 176 LOCATION OF LABELS 6) only on Southeast Asia B1 model...
  • Page 177 LOCATION OF LABELS...
  • Page 178 LOCATION OF LABELS...
  • Page 179 LOCATION OF LABELS 9) only on Southeast Asia B1 model...
  • Page 180 LOCATION OF LABELS 10) only on Brazil model...

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