Need a place to find free technical specifications you need to repair or service Kawasaki motorcycles and off-road bikes? Want a site where you can ask a simple question and get an answer with out having to join a forum, create a log in or pay? You have found it.
Check the Need To Know pages if you are not familiar with older bike systems or just need a refresher on points and condensers instead of a more modern ignition system.
Basic Kawasaki Reference
Easy to use chart lists the most commonly searched for specifications. Includes spark plug and gap, bike weight, battery, engine oil capacity, recommended tire pressure and tire, sprocket and chain sizes.
Advanced Kawasaki Reference
The same easy to use chart style containing more detailed information for more complex repairs or service jobs. You will find tightening torques, ignition type and resistance values, carburetor or fuel injection system info, stock jet sizes (carbs), fork oil height, ignition timing info and firing order.
Photos, diagrams and schematics. Links to some additional information.
|Submit photos of your bike on the Kawi photos page.
Other Kawasaki Motorcycle Resources
has lots of useful information available.
Search by VIN for Recall Information.
US Models from 1996 to the present - find Parts Diagrams (online fiche), Specifications, Warranty Info and check availability of Owners and Service Manuals, for purchase.
US Models from 1986 to 1996 - find Parts Diagrams, Warranty Info and check availability of Owners and Service Manuals, for purchase.
US Models pre-1986 have limited information, but you may be able to find Parts Diagrams. Most of these manuals are out of print.
We will be adding more specs for Kawasaki motorcycles, ATVs and dirt bikes as new model year information becomes available or we locate old, out of print service and owner's manuals.
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