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2015 KAWASAKI KFX®50 When young riders age 6 years and older are looking to start riding ATVs with the rest of the family, they need look no further than the 2015 KFX®50. With an environmentally friendly, air-cooled, four-stroke engine balanced on a wide 27.6” stance, Kawasaki’s introductory ATV helps young riders build a solid foundation for years of safe riding. And Kawasaki engineers also included intelligent parental control features, full floorboards to protect feet, easy electric starting and beginner-friendly performance.
Everything about the Ninja® ZX™-14R sportbike is big: Big displacement, big horsepower, big accolades. Life is pretty good at the top of the heap. When you make more power than any other production sportbike on the planet, as the ZX-14R does, the character of the power delivery is as important as the actual number of horses. To that end, the surface-milled combustion chamber shapes and polished intake ports provide the benefits of racing’s black art – porting – straight from the factory. Consequently, all elements of the induction system work in a coordinated manner, maintaining the Ninja tradition of smooth power delivery.
Lifted with 28" Silverback X-Light Tires and Moose Wheels. Penland HMF Muffler that has Forest Approved spark Arrestor. Ultimate ATV Features Power Steering, a More Powerful V-twin and Alloy Wheels
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With its 17" front and 14" rear wheels, the Kawasaki KLX®140 holds plenty of appeal for both young and old, but it also incorporates all of the standard 140’s many off-road-worthy features, yet wraps them in an even beefier package that will stand up to the demands of taller and more aggressive off-road riders. The 140L not only features larger 19” front and 16” rear wheels and a taller 31.5 in. seat height, its suspension is also more performance-oriented, featuring an honest-to-goodness reservoir-type shock that larger and more experienced riders will quickly appreciate.
Vulcan® 2000 Vulcan® 1700 Classic Vulcan® 1700 Nomad™ Vulcan® 1700 Voyager® Vulcan® 1600 Classic Vulcan® 1600 Nomad™ Vulcan® Mean Streak® Vulcan® 900 Classic Vulcan® 900 Custom Vulcan® 900 Custom SE Vulcan® 500 Vulcan® Multi-Fit 003 019 031 043 059 071 083 095 109 121 133 139 Mean Streak®, NomadTM, Drifter®, Fire and SteelTM, Voyager® and Vulcan® are trademarks of Kawasaki. Price and specifications are subject to change without notice or liability. Availability is subject to production, stocking and demand. Manufacturers suggested retail prices shown. For more Kawasaki Genuine Accessories, visit Kawasaki.com. 1 Windshield This windshield is formed of durable polycarbonate and is hard-coated to resist scratching • Easy-to-install sidemounted brackets are included • Measures 25” W x 15” H Vulcan® 2000 Windshield Assembly K46001-327A $379.95 2 Windshield Lowers Provides additional wind protection for the lower body • Includes chrome-plated mounting brackets and trim • Requires windshield (K46001-327A) for installation Vulcan® 2000 Windshield Lowers K46001-328A $144.95 3 Classic Windshield Vulcan® 2000 Classic and Classic LT Clear Windshield Assembly K99994-0047 Lower Fork Cover (required) 44033-0045 Emblem (optional) 56052-0849
Service Manual All rights reserved. No parts of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic mechanical photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Quality Assurance Department/Consumer Products & Machinery Company/Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan. No liability can be accepted for any inaccuracies or omissions in this publication, although every possible care has been taken to make it as complete and accurate as possible. The right is reserved to make changes at any time without prior notice and without incurring an obligation to make such changes to products manufactured previously. See your Motorcycle dealer for the latest information on product improvements incorporated after this publication. All information contained in this publication is based on the latest product information available at the time of publication. Illustrations and photographs in this publication are intended for reference use only and may not depict actual model component parts. © 2003 Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. Second Edition (1) : Aug. 25, 2003 (M)
E-Brake Kit Installation Guide Champion Trikes E-Brake Kit Installation Guide For Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Independent Suspension Champion Motorcycle Accessories International, Inc. Dba Champion Sidecars 11841 Monarch Street, CA 92841 (800) 875-0949 (714) 847-0949 Fax (714) 847-1539 www.championtrikes.com Installation Guide By: Kurt Larson and Yasuo Okinishi 1 of 6 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 E-Brake Kit Installation Guide Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Independent Suspension Trike Kit Contents DESCRIPTION CALIPER BRACKET, LHS CALIPER BRACKET, RHS E-BRAKE CALIPER LHS E-BRAKE CALIPER RHS 1/4 - 28 THREADED CLEVIS, 1/4” PIN AND SAFETY PIN CABLE, BALANCE BAR TO LHS CALIPER, 33.5” L CABLE, BALANCE BAR TO RHS CALIPER, 47.5” L CABLE, BALANCE BAR TO HAND LEVER, 36.3” L BALANCE BAR E-BRAKE JUNCTION BRACKET MOUNT, E-BRAKE LEVER, BLK, VULCAN 1700, KAW HAND LEVER, LAY DOWN RATCHET STYLE VINYL BOOT, E-BRAKE LEVER 5/16 x ¾” CLEVIS PIN WITH COTTER PIN M10 x 1.5 x 20 SHCS M10 LOCK WASHER 1/2” USS FLAT WASHER SS M08x1.25x20 SHCS, CLEAR ZINC WASHER, M8, SPLIT LOCK WASHER, M8, FLAT 5/16 – 18 x .75 BHCS SS 5/16” SPLIT LOCK WASHER 1/4 – 20 x 7/8 HHCS 1/4 – 20 NYLOCK NUT 1/4” FLAT WASHER 1/4” ID 1” OD FLAT WASHER E-BRAKE CALIPER RETURN SPRING RUBBER GROMMET, 1-/16” O.D. X 1/2” I.D. ITEM NO. BR-EF0-008 BR-EF0-007 BR-EF0-014 BR-EF0-009 HW-250-042 BR-EF0-013 BR-EF0-012 BR-EF0-011 BR-EF0-010 BR-KV0-001 BR-EF0-006 BR-EF0-018 HW-312-061 HW-M10-023 HW-M10-004 HW-500-023 HW-M08-006 HW-M08-009 HW-M08-010 HW-312-007 HW-312-018 HW-250-010 HW-250-005 HW-250-004 HW-125-003 BR-EF0-017 SE-G00-004
(based on a 2005 model) by tensman1 Preparing the motorcycle: 1. To start, level the motorcycle – my preference is to put a spacer blocks under the kickstand on the left side of the motorcycle and under the frame on the right side of the bike just under the frame member. These blocks are made from scrap lumber. 6” I find it is easier to set the right side block first as shown and tilt the motorcycle until the frame contacts the block, then, holding the handlebars, kick the left side block under the kickstand. 2 7/8”” NOTE: This dimension may not be correct for 2004 models as the 2005 models have a different kickstand – the 2004 model will likely be thicker. To be sure your blocks are the correct thickness the first time, lay a level across the luggage rack as shown. You may need to shim them slightly to hold the bike dead level. Or, in the absence of a luggage rack, the seat will do: 2. Get the necessary tools ready: Small funnel Oil filter wrench – I like the band type shown, but a metal strap type will work. 14 mm box wrench h And, of course, some sort of container that will catch about 6 quarts of oil – I’d use a container to hold about 10 quarts. I use the same drain pan for my truck. And, of course, at least 6 quarts of oil and a filter. I prefer to use KawChem 10w-40 and Kaw filters. I usually buy my oil in gallon containers, makes filling quicker. 3. Locate the drain points:...
Locate the vacuum – There is a vacuum pipe from the carburetor, as shown in red in the schematic below left. Cut into this pipe and insert the T-Piece from the Scottoiler kit. Then press the Damper Elbow, part number 4, onto the third leg of the tee. The RMV can be mounted under the seat. The more vertical the RMV the better and remember to avoid exhaust and engine components. For further information, see our easy step installation guide – ‘RMV Positions, General’. The Dispenser Assembly, shown bottom left, is routed along the underside of the Swingarm using Dispenser Mounting Sleeves, Cable Ties & Glue. Note: an epoxy resin (eg. Araldite) is req’d to bond the sleeves to the Swingarm. For further information see our easy step installation guide - ‘Dispenser Assemblies, General’. The nib should feed the sprocket between the 6 & 7 o’clock positions, with the cut face facing outwards, as shown below. Once fitted, fill and prime the system and set the adjuster knob to ‘prime’. Start the engine and turn the adjuster knob until a flow of between 1 and 2 drops per minute is achieved. Check the condition of your chain after a ride, and then adjust as required.