Kawasaki GPZ 750 Turbo live video
The Kawasaki GPZ 750 turbo at full
speed. Whether does this go well? Hear the mad sound and the acceleration.
On open street. The Ghostrider has performed good work.
Kawasaki KZ1300 Turbo
The bike has JE pistons and parts from Mr turbo such as Mikuni Flatslide HSR 42 with a float
bowl spacer kit to get enough fuel.
Richard made an own Exhaust for his
bike with Mr turbo u-bends and stock Exhaust parts.
The bike has plenty of power with just 6 lb. of Boost.
The Wide Band Commander is for analyzing the air-fuel ratio.
update: see my new project http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQRUpdps7W8
1984 Kawaski GPz 750 for sale
SOLD: I am the second owner of this bike, which I purchased in the summer
of 1986. I belong to an inline-four group and got all the info. to upgrade
this bike from folks in the group but the main person for info. drag races
these bikes and has been doing it for years so he knows all the tricks for
setting up these bikes and also what works and what does not. I SET IT UP
To get the best all around performance (expectations) from this 810 kit,
the head was milled .020", degree the cams to 105 (stock setting) and the
use of Flatslide Carbs were used. Also have change the sprocket from 630's
to 530's to reduce weight. The Exhaust
muffler is a Supertrapp with the end cap drilled out; bike is also using
Accel coils. Have always used Silkolene 20/50 Comp 4 also known as
RaceLube. The cycle is now using progressive springs. I also replaced the
4-channel oil cooler with a 7-channel one from a later model Kawasaki.
The stock Kawasaki clutch fiber discs are a good choice for the street in a
750 but after updating to the 810 kit I added heavier clutch springs.
The motor was rebuilt about 23,000 miles ago, the trans was done about
4,000 mile back. The swing arm was also rebuilt a few years ago.
The bike was repainted in Mid-2003 and the finish still looks like new.
I have added an Easy-clutch to reduce the load on the clutch lever for
those heavy traffic days. There is also a bicycle (Avocet 35) speedometer
as these bike read about 15% low. (you are only doing 85 when it reads 100)
this setup is nice as it also keeps record of you max. speed reached on any
given trip until it is reset. There is also a temperature gauge and a
digital voltmeter built into the console.
Tinted Lockhart Speedscreen, clear turn signals, sport seat, custom made
taillight, chromed starter motor cover, nickel-plated foot peg mount,
polished grab rails and handle bar ends.
The bike has to go so all serious will be considered