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Kiwi Z1R 06 Mar 2019 17:37 #799840

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rich67 wrote: Awesome thanks very much


Here you go.....................Honda Odessy BG50M. Some of the codes had -H at the end.

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Kiwi Z1R 10 Mar 2019 00:22 #800046

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I have spent a good amount of my weekend trying to get my head around the wiring loom I bought. On the bright side I have an old loom and all the wiring and colours match up. On the "I'm as confused as heck" side the rest of my parts don't natch up. The loom is for a US model and all of the switch blocks, ignition etc The diagram I have is US model so I guess that's a start lol.


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Kiwi Z1R 10 Mar 2019 00:24 #800047

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Totally forgot the point of that post! What I was so during does anyone out there have a copy of a D1 wiring diagram that's clear and easy to read? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Kiwi Z1R 10 Mar 2019 01:34 #800048

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clear and easyto read for you. i hope it helps.

rupesrewires.com/1978-kawasaki-z1r/#prettyPhoto


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Kiwi Z1R 10 Mar 2019 08:13 #800059

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Here is the service manual version just for reference.
'78 Z1-R in blue, '78 Z1-R in black, '78 Z1-R in pieces
'95 GPZ1100 (sold)
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Kiwi Z1R 10 Mar 2019 19:05 #800127

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Scirocco wrote: clear and easyto read for you. i hope it helps.

rupesrewires.com/1978-kawasaki-z1r/#prettyPhoto



You are an absolute top bloke! Thanks for posting this up. My life just got alot easier.:)

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Kiwi Z1R 10 Mar 2019 19:07 #800128

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DOHC wrote: Here is the service manual version just for reference.


Really appreciate you posting this up. You also join the top bloke club! :)

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Kiwi Z1R 29 Mar 2019 00:53 #801209

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Got the fin welded on today and while we were there noticed a completely buggered exhaust bolt hole so filled that too. Next will be to give it a clean up and retap a new hole.

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Kiwi Z1R 29 Mar 2019 23:27 #801276

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Gave the weld a quick clean up and I think with a little bit more tidying up she'll look like new.

Also had one of those merry wee USPS packages arrive with a few more bits for the top end rebuild.

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Kiwi Z1R 28 Apr 2019 00:59 #802930

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My dad popped round today with a set off headers he scored for me. Top bugger. In pretty good original condition too. Only blue is dent on the bottom of one header pipe. I don't plan on using original exhaust as I have a Kerker 4n1 stashed away but it's great to be able add them to my stash of original parts.

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Kiwi Z1R 07 May 2019 23:18 #803490

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Well the parts God's have been smiling on me lately. I am always scouring the trader websites and swap meets looking for bits for the Z1R. Months and months and months and nothing. Then.........BAM two great finds within weeks. Went for a 600km round trip drive yesterday and picked this lot for $550 (New Zealand dollars so about twenty bucks US :laugh:) Haven't had a good look through yet but there is a new set of coils, new leads, new carb rubbers, new wind screen rubber, new taco cable, new speedo cable.....A happy camper I am as they all bits I need fairly soon.

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Kiwi Z1R 09 May 2019 08:39 #803596

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Score!
shoot i woulda paid $20.00 for that also :laugh:
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