1976 Kawasaki Z900A4 - Restored and Modified
This is my 1976 Z900 A4, which Ive owned for 12 years.
Its had a full Nut 'n' Bolt restoration, with a mild tune-up whilst the motor was in bits.
Some of the modifications include:
Stove enamelled frame
Village Bike shop gas flowed head
1185cc Wiseco Big Bore kit
K&N conical filters
38mm flat slides
Corrillo Con Rods
Wiseco lightweight pistons
balanced & lightened crank
'Action' high lift cams
De-badged Harris 4-1 chrome 'shorty' pipe
Spoked wheels (rather than original cast items)
Z1B Replica Paint work (by Esoteric in Blackpool)
Koni Dail-a-Ride shockers
US Spec 'shorty' chrome rear mudguard
Two-four Sorts seat
Z1 rear light
Small number plate
Home made engine brackets
Anodised hose fittings
AP Lockheed brake master cylinder
WP Front fork internals
Polished casings and engine
JMC shallow brace swing arm
510 gold chain upgrade
Larger rear sprocket
Micron Fork brace
. . . plus more !
The bike runs low 11 second runs at the drag strip (which isn't bad considering its limiting factor is the standard width wheel rims, which limits any sticky tyre choice but I like the original looks and classic 'stance' (& wibbly wobbly 70's feel)
Hope you like it : )
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