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Your Carb on Ethanol

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It isn't pretty. I hadn't done more than minor adjustments and external cleaning of my '76 Kz900's carburetors in probably ten years. The bike only sees about 500 miles of road time in...

Some Therapy

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Sometimes brakes stop you - from going. It happens when the brake calipers clamp onto the rotors and don't let go. This happens, typically, because the pistons inside the calipers have gotten...

Rx’ing the REX

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I bought my ZRX1200 brand-new, back in '03. It seems like yesterday - but it was a lot longer ago than yesterday that I gave the front end a good going-over. Thank...

An Ode To Two Strokes

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Regulars here know I'm in the process of restoring an old Kawasaki motorcycle - a 1975 S1C Triple. I love the bike's lines and looks - but I also admire its...

1975 Kawasaki S1 Rebuild: Installment Six

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The Triple is back on its feet, so to speak! After a lot of scrounging, I was finally able to locate a set of tires for the bike. One thing I...

Safety… Defined For You By Someone Else

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One of the problems with "safety" laws is they amount to someone else's cost-benefit analysis. Someone else's favoring of more this vs. less of that. Someone else' determination that the Pros...

I’ve Got a Golden Ticket

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I use the bike as my Willie Wonka golden ticket to get me away from/around anything annoying – and to a better place. Nothing – nothing – beats a speedy bike...

Poor Man’s Chrome

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Chrome is pretty - and pretty expensive. Especially if you're paying to have stuff plated vs. just buying chrome-plated stuff. Go price what it'll cost to have a cam cover or...

Reader Question: Home for Old Kaw?

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Here's the latest reader question, along with my reply! Fred asks: I've been a reader for years (but a slacker on donations). I used to have the handle 3DShooter somehow it got...

Making a New (or Just New to You) Bike Your Own

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What are some common weak points of the "as it sits" new bike? And how do you go about making a bike right - for you? * Factory seats - The stock saddle...
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