TEST RETRO | KAWASAKI 900 Z1 (1973)
Essai retro Kawasaki Z1 900 - La Kawasaki 900 Z1 lança la mode du toujours
plus en 1973. Plus de cylindrée, plus de puissance, plus de vitesse. Elle
devint ainsi la plus prestigieuse moto de route. La Moto Classic essaie un
exemplaire quasi neuf de cette icône de la moto moderne et de ses 4
célèbres échappements chromés…
TEST COMPLET sur www.motoservices.com :
KAWASAKI Z1 ENGINE MAINTENANCE TRAINING VIDEO.
ORIGINAL Z1 900 TRAINING VIDEO from KAWASAKI on the cylinder head and
carburetor maintenance. For much more information on these great bikes,
check out our Z1 forum...http://www.kawasaki-z-classik.com/forum/index.php
Real not retro - Modified Kawasaki Z1
Kawasaki Z1A action. An original 1970's bike modified to perform for 2012.
Just having some fun learning how to use editing software with footage from
a GoPro mini camera.
This was an old nail that I restored and modified. It now handles superbly
and is really quick.
Kawasaki Z1 1973 World Speed Record Part 1 of 2
Kawasaki "So Far So Fast" video features the 1973 24 hour endurance record
on the Kawasaki Z1 at Daytona. Features rider Yvon Duhamel.
This is one segment from the restored video player " Kawasaki Good Times
Theatre". The Good Times Theatre video players were used at Kawasaki
dealerships in the 1970's for customer viewing on the showrooms.
This restored video features great Kawasaki moments from the mid to late
1970's. Audio quality on the restored video is fair, but clearly
understandable. This is a great piece of Motorcycle History. Hope you enjoy
The 1974 Kawasaki Z1-A in action!
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My intentions for uploading this short fan made video clip of under 3
minutes was purely just to demonstrate how iconic the classic Kawasaki Z1-A
900 Motorcycle was during the mid 1970's, and by replacing the original
movie's audio with 1970's popular music audio that replaces the original
dialogue and environmental audio of the original movie, in such a way that
this would NOT do harm to the copyright holders character or profits, by
way of making this available to my audience, I encourage to generate
interest in people buying the full iconic 1970's French movie online. I
sincerely hope my humble intentions of sharing this with my audience meets
with agreement, I have also added a link to a site where the viewers can
purchase the full movie online, and give credit to the publishers of the
movie etc., with a link to the Internet Movie Data Base website, IMDb.
Secondly, I also give credit to "Lafayette Afro Rock Band-Hihache", sound
recording administered by: Zimbalam in the description box to the video.
Movie Details at IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0073535/?...
Purchase "Peur sur la Ville" online here:
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action during the 1970's.
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1974 Kawasaki Z1 Dragbike in 1985 "Old Zs Never Die!"
This is a 25 yo (1985) VHS video of my old Z1 making a 9.54 pass. This is a
7-time National Record Holding Z1. All-time bests are 9.39 @ 138 in the 1/4
and 5.87 @ 116 in the 1/8th. I bought this bike new in March of 1974 and
still own it today. (2010) There isn't/never was a turbo, Nitrous,
big-block, slider clutch, tach, shiftlight, 2-step or any other such
garbage on this bike. Strictly "seat of the pants". The motor was built by
Mark McIntosh of M&M Racing Louisville Ky in 1978. It is 1045cc with 31mm
CR carbs and carried 640# in it's record settng form.
Haters,Squids,Stunters or most Hardly/Zuki Lovers will not be able to
appreciate this motorcycle or the era in which it was created. It can't do
"Stoppies", I don't "stand on the seat" and "Wheelies" are limited by the
bar set-up. "It is what it is": A historic example of a record setting
"Modified" of it's era and preserved exactly as it was in 1986. Old Zs
Installing A Dyna S Ignition on a CB750A
I static timed it off camera -- simple hookup though - one wire to anything
that's hot when the key is on and one wire to the stock coil hook-ups --
instructions for your bikes static timing may differ (these ignitions are
still available for damn near any jap bike)
KZ900 Drag Bike - Built by Frank's Cycle Shop, Melbourne FL
Best time 8.60 sec @ 151 mph. Wiseco 15:1 1430cc - Frank's Cycle Shop in
Melbourne. 36 years experience, Warren Cramer sole proprietor. Engine
Rebuilding Specialist. Also Servicing and Repairing all makes of
motorcycles. Melbourne, FL -- (321) 952-9000.