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    Today I replaced my 10 year old stock mirrors with the Rizoma Tomok replica mirrors (made in China) bought from AliExpress for $44. The right hand side of my stock mirror weight, embedded inside to prevent vibration at high speed, has loosen and it causing a very irritating buzzing sound.

    The new mirrors stem is made of CNC aluminum, about 50% lighter than the stock mirrors and the area of the mirror is 50% smaller than the stock. The new mirror is slightly tinted blue to prevent glaring and the looks match the bike outlook. The quality of the mirrors are quite good, overall I am happy with the purchase, in addition reviews from buyers commented no vibration up to 140km/h.

    Here is the new look with the replica Rizoma mirrors





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    04 Z750 Specification
    http://jarlef.no/Kawasaki/PDF/2004/PDFfiles/z750PDF04.pdf

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    In response to the inconsiderate and reckless driver, I decided to install a action camera on my motorcycle to safeguard myself if there is any dispute.

    I bought the latest SJ4000 action camera and ram mounts

    SJ4000 cost $112 from Aliexpress and the ram mount cost $65 inclusive of shipping.

    Here is the set up of the action camera,

    SJ4000 daytime

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    04 Z750 Specification
    http://jarlef.no/Kawasaki/PDF/2004/PDFfiles/z750PDF04.pdf

     

     
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    Replace the old Hella Shell type horn with Hella Strong Tone Horn today.

    The old hella horn mounted behind the headlight cowl fairing by previous owner, create buzzing noise due to vibration


    The new disc horn under the radiator, wiring behind the fan


    Completed


    Total damage

    Hella Strong Tone horn from LAB : $25 after bargain
    Wire from SLT : $6 from SLT $1/meter
    Blade connector : $2
    Last edited by S750WP; 14-07-2014 at 08:56 PM.
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    04 Z750 Specification
    http://jarlef.no/Kawasaki/PDF/2004/PDFfiles/z750PDF04.pdf

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    Now running PC3 Map, 214-517, (European Model - Akropovic Full Exhuast, Stock or After Market air filter), so far seems to work fine with stock bike.

    214-507 - (European Model - Completely stock bike) is too rich.
    Last edited by S750WP; 13-07-2014 at 07:44 PM.
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    Went to 219 motor shop to customize a sticker for my meter face plate. I dismantle the meter for them to scan the face plate, the art work cost $10, and the sticker cost $5. They say it will be ready on Monday.

    Bought the matte LCD polarizer film, going to replace the burnt film on my meters, the display a bit faded but still readable.

    I have tried with success to replace the LCD polarizer film on my 10 year old digital camera, the display is working like new now.

    So I am going to replace the polarizer film on my bike meter myself once the sticker are ready.
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    04 Z750 Specification
    http://jarlef.no/Kawasaki/PDF/2004/PDFfiles/z750PDF04.pdf

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    U good lah...me spent $50/= for that on the VTX.
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    Went to 219 motor shop to customize a sticker for my meter face plate. I dismantle the meter for them to scan the face plate, the art work cost $10, and the sticker cost $5. They say it will be ready on Monday.

    Bought the matte LCD polarizer film, going to replace the burnt film on my meters, the display a bit faded but still readable.

    I have tried with success to replace the LCD polarizer on my 10 year old digital camera, work like new.

    So I am going to replace the polarizer film on my bike meter once the sticker are ready by 219 motor shop.

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    $50 reasonable I was quoted $230 to replace the lcd polarizer by one shop so decided to DIY.
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    04 Z750 Specification
    http://jarlef.no/Kawasaki/PDF/2004/PDFfiles/z750PDF04.pdf

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    that's robbery.. I went Rosli.. anyway, I have changed bike..
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    $50 reasonable I was quoted $230 to replace the lcd polarizer by one shop so decided to DIY.

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    What bike? Any plans to organize ride up north? Dec I joined Encik Pak anniversary ride.
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    04 Z750 Specification
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    2008 Rocket iii,,, I going for 3NCR with ard 18 bikers(most 1DTO-Encik Pat grp members) in Sept 14..also going in Aug national day..to Cameron....I also interested in Encik Pat Feb trip.
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    What bike? Any plans to organize ride up north? Dec I joined Encik Pak anniversary ride.

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    Encik Pat got many rides coming up but was unable to join due work.. waiting for his durian trip

     

     
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    DIY to replace the LCD Polarizer Film

    The meter removed from bike


    Open the back cover


    Took out the circuit board, look at the burnt Polarizer


    Split up the circuit board


    Remove the LCD display panel


    Remove the old polarizer film


    Clean off the glue stain and paste the new polarizer film. face plate decal was printed by 219 motorshop


    Total spent approx $50 for 2 x 8" Polarizer film and 3 x face plate decal.

    I still left with 1pc 8" Polarizer film and 1 face plate decal which I can still repair the LCD again in future.

    Meter installed back to bike


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

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    Great diy spirit on this lcd film replacement... in Singapore we should have more DIY since man labour is not cheap..

    Btw, can this polarized film be used on other motorbike?
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    Quote Originally Posted by yatan73-regok View Post
    Great diy spirit on this lcd film replacement... in Singapore we should have more DIY since man labour is not cheap..

    Btw, can this polarized film be used on other motorbike?
    Yes the polarizer film can be used for any Lcd display i.e handphone, camera, laptop etc.
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    Wow amazing thread! 2 thumbs up from me

    I only dare DIY on classic Vespas

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    I have a 2005 z750s im trying to get a clutch issue straightened out. photo 1Z.jpgphoto 2Z.jpgphoto 3Z.jpgphoto 5Z.jpgphoto 4Z.jpgphoto 1Z2.jpg

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    What's the problem with your clutch? I have the service manual for 04 to 06 Z750 which you can refer to rebuild your clutch.
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    I have installed a SteelMate S881 motorcycle alarm on my bike yesterday. I bought it from TaoBao for $40 and paid $20 to VPost to ship here.


    I will not post picture of where I wired and place the alarm for the security of my bike.

    The connection of Steel Mate

    Red - Connects to the Ignition Switch White Wire
    Orange - Connects to the Ignition Switch Brown Wire
    Black - Connects to bike's frame
    Yellow - Connects to the left signal Green Wire
    Yellow - Connects to the right signal Gray Wire
    Gray - Connects to the crank shaft sensor Yellow/Black Wire
    Blue - Connects to the junction box Black/Red Wire
    Pink - No need to connect

    I did not cut the bike wires instead I use scotch lock to splice into the wires


    Everything works except for the remote start(the starter motor crank but will not start). There is a Gray wire connects to the ECU when the ignition switch key is turned on, I am not sure what signal it sends to the ECU, I need to read further on this wire for the remote start function.

    Edit: Read from the web there is a resistor inside the Kawasaki ignition switch on the gray wire to step down the voltage, the ECU once detect this then the ignition will start.

    The remote start worked now, I wired a 0.25w 100ohm resistor and 1N4001 diode from the steel mate orange wire to the ignition gray wire.


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    Hi there S750WP, I ride 2005 Z1000, we met once. I need to buy spare parts for my bike urgently.
    Does the Jack guy (+60177999008-jack) still available for parts?

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    Yes,whatsapp him with the kawasaki part number to get the correct parts.
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    Tks bro.. I will do that. The $ parts in Sg cost a bomb!!!.

     

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by S750WP View Post
    What's the problem with your clutch? I have the service manual for 04 to 06 Z750 which you can refer to rebuild your clutch.
    Would you share your service manual?

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    Any advice for coolant change? Can I just use distilled water and flush it every year? No need chemicals to keep the pipe from corrosive and frozen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yatan73-regok View Post
    Any advice for coolant change? Can I just use distilled water and flush it every year? No need chemicals to keep the pipe from corrosive and frozen.

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    Your cooling system will need the anti corrosion and lubricant for water pump. I am now using Toyota super long life coolant, its about 5 degree cooler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spaz55555 View Post
    Would you share your service manual?
    Please PM me your email

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



    Last edited by S750WP; 16-09-2015 at 09:39 PM.
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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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    Replace the rear wheel cush drive as the old one has worn out.

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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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    Did the steering cone bearing change today

    Remove the head fairing and handle bars


    Remove the brake calipers and front wheel.


    Remove the fork assembly, chisel out the bearing race


    The old steering bearings


    New bearings and race installed




    Installed everything back and adjust the steering nut
    Last edited by S750WP; 28-11-2015 at 06:47 PM.
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    How much does this change cost in sg motor shop?how long does it take for you to complete it?

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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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    ya... did once for a friend's bike.. chisel until you thought you had bended the fork...kekeke
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    hi bro S750WP

    is your purchase of $220 from ah boy of the kappa with or without rack?
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    Quote Originally Posted by S750WP View Post
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by kish_garfield View Post
    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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    my current soft side bags from komine is crap for the z750s....

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by kish_garfield View Post
    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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