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Install a GPS tracker on my bike yesterday. This can be bought cheaply from online website. Will need a GSM SIM card to work. Connection is only 3 wires.

Red to battery positive terminal

Black to battery negative terminal

White connect to relay link to fuel pump to cut fuel if bike was stolen.

 

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Current Ride - 2004 Kawasaki Z750

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My Z750 DIY Page

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04 Z750 Specification

http://jarlef.no/Kawasaki/PDF/2004/PDFfiles/z750PDF04.pdf

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Installed Kappa K22N side box at Lim Ah Boy for $220.

 

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Current Ride - 2004 Kawasaki Z750

http://www.motorvoordelig.nl/images/laser/pics_hot_kaw_z750_04-.jpg

 

My Z750 DIY Page

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/361701-2004-Kawasaki-Z750-DIY-Guide

 

04 Z750 Specification

http://jarlef.no/Kawasaki/PDF/2004/PDFfiles/z750PDF04.pdf

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DIY to install led strips, power by a 9v battery inside the box for illumination at lowly lit places.

 

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Current Ride - 2004 Kawasaki Z750

http://www.motorvoordelig.nl/images/laser/pics_hot_kaw_z750_04-.jpg

 

My Z750 DIY Page

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/361701-2004-Kawasaki-Z750-DIY-Guide

 

04 Z750 Specification

http://jarlef.no/Kawasaki/PDF/2004/PDFfiles/z750PDF04.pdf

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Replace the rear wheel cush drive as the old one has worn out.

 

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Current Ride - 2004 Kawasaki Z750

http://www.motorvoordelig.nl/images/laser/pics_hot_kaw_z750_04-.jpg

 

My Z750 DIY Page

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/361701-2004-Kawasaki-Z750-DIY-Guide

 

04 Z750 Specification

http://jarlef.no/Kawasaki/PDF/2004/PDFfiles/z750PDF04.pdf

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Got a new set of front brake disc from TaoBao for approx $80, and new EBC Kevlar brake pads for $80. This is my second set of China brake disc and no issue at all.

 

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Current Ride - 2004 Kawasaki Z750

http://www.motorvoordelig.nl/images/laser/pics_hot_kaw_z750_04-.jpg

 

My Z750 DIY Page

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/361701-2004-Kawasaki-Z750-DIY-Guide

 

04 Z750 Specification

http://jarlef.no/Kawasaki/PDF/2004/PDFfiles/z750PDF04.pdf

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Did the steering cone bearing change today

 

Remove the head fairing and handle bars

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Remove the brake calipers and front wheel.

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Remove the fork assembly, chisel out the bearing race

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The old steering bearings

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New bearings and race installed

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Installed everything back and adjust the steering nut

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Current Ride - 2004 Kawasaki Z750

http://www.motorvoordelig.nl/images/laser/pics_hot_kaw_z750_04-.jpg

 

My Z750 DIY Page

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/361701-2004-Kawasaki-Z750-DIY-Guide

 

04 Z750 Specification

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Not sure about the price I hardly goes to bike shop for servicing now, many years back it was $80 for 400cc Suzuki Bandit. It took me a 1/2 day for the work, the removal of the bearing race with chisel is the most tedious part. I tell myself next time I will send to bike shop.

 

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Current Ride - 2004 Kawasaki Z750

http://www.motorvoordelig.nl/images/laser/pics_hot_kaw_z750_04-.jpg

 

My Z750 DIY Page

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/361701-2004-Kawasaki-Z750-DIY-Guide

 

04 Z750 Specification

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Not sure about the price I hardly goes to bike shop for servicing now, many years back it was $80 for 400cc Suzuki Bandit. It took me a 1/2 day for the work, the removal of the bearing race with chisel is the most tedious part. I tell myself next time I will send to bike shop.

 

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Half day is quite a lot of time, if shop charge 100 or below, can consider going to the shop. Thumbs up for your DIY spirit though!

 

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How to "Live" with a Motorcycle in Singapore, a very detailed guide

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hi bro S750WP

 

is your purchase of $220 from ah boy of the kappa with or without rack?

Inclusive of universal rack.

 

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Current Ride - 2004 Kawasaki Z750

http://www.motorvoordelig.nl/images/laser/pics_hot_kaw_z750_04-.jpg

 

My Z750 DIY Page

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/361701-2004-Kawasaki-Z750-DIY-Guide

 

04 Z750 Specification

http://jarlef.no/Kawasaki/PDF/2004/PDFfiles/z750PDF04.pdf

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my current soft side bags from komine is crap for the z750s....

 

but my top box is sengwangs bracket. uno how would that work.

 

You spoke to danny or Ah boy?

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my current soft side bags from komine is crap for the z750s....

 

but my top box is sengwangs bracket. uno how would that work.

 

You spoke to danny or Ah boy?

I am using the 04-06 Z750 GIVI bracket for top box, Ah Boy salesman quoted me the price of the side box. Their mechanic mount the side rack to my existing rack and charge me 20 but was very shaky as the support was not enough. Went to bike fabricator to fab additional bracket but he was reluctant and say need to cut the tail board to add bracket. Went to SK also same thing, I show them how the Hepco Becker side pannier were mounted and asked him to follow and make the bracket to link the side rack to my left foot peg and right end can, after which no more shaking. It cost 100 from SK. No drilling of existing rack or cutting of the rear tail board needed, I can switch back to naked bike easily by removing just a few bolts.

 

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Current Ride - 2004 Kawasaki Z750

http://www.motorvoordelig.nl/images/laser/pics_hot_kaw_z750_04-.jpg

 

My Z750 DIY Page

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php/361701-2004-Kawasaki-Z750-DIY-Guide

 

04 Z750 Specification

http://jarlef.no/Kawasaki/PDF/2004/PDFfiles/z750PDF04.pdf

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