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'83 KZ750F LTD Info? 27 Jan 2023 19:51 #879357

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I didn't know what category to put this in so I decided on carburetor. 
What can anyone tell me about the KZ750F LTD? I can't find anything about it online. I've searched for service manuals and spec sheets but to no avail. Specifically, should the adjustable jets on the carburetors be at the 2 and 1/2 turns from fully set that the other models should be at? The carbs on the 750F are simplified so I'm wondering if that will change the position of the screw.

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'83 KZ750F LTD Info? 28 Jan 2023 04:44 #879360

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The service manual probably doesn't specify a setting. not sure, though. 
Assuming you need a manual, search EB for KZ750 Shaft Manual. Get one that covers at least thru 1983. 
A number of them are available, a couple for around $35T. which is cheap.
Kawasaki FSMs have a model list chart on the back cover, so make sure your 750-F1 is included.  

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'83 KZ750F LTD Info? 28 Jan 2023 05:30 #879361

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2.5 turns open on the pilot screws is a good starting point.  Get the bike running on all four cylinders, then do a vacuum sync and tune the screws until you achieve the highest idle speed.  Keep all the screws within 1/2 turn of the others.

Carburetor O-ring Kits For Sale: Mikuni VM & BS/CV, and Keihin CV34 (as used on KZ750E/H/N/Spectre, 400)


1981 KZ750E2

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