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Old 10-11-2013, 08:37 PM
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Default help valve setting gpz750r 1988 model iv no manual

why did i buy another one of these bastards
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I have a GPZ750R (G) and also the official Kawasaki Manual for the 900 as well as the additional suppliment for the 750. From what I can see all valve clearances are the same as the 900. In fact there are very, very few differences in any on of the settings between the 9 and the 750.
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About the only active discussions on this forum revolve around KLX 250S bikes. For future questions, you may have better luck at this forum:
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