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fuel injection help 3 months 1 week ago #24362

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hi phil ,,dont know the model ,,how can i tell ,, this is a trike ,,the wiring and stuff is a bit mixed up ,,

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fuel injection help 3 months 1 week ago #24363

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oldmanpepsi wrote: hi Kawboy ,,,thanks for the reply ,,,,i dont know which model i have ,,have ,,this is a trike which i have just bought as a project ,,how can i tell which model it is ,,also ,were is the air sensor ,,what does it look like ,, were can i get a workshop manual ,, i see different ones online ,,,,as i dont know the model i dont know if i buying the correct one


ZN1300 Voyager

In 1983 Kawasaki introduced the ZN1300-A1 Voyager. This was a fully dressed tourer aimed at the growing American market. It was fitted with every conceivable extra and was often referred to as a 'car without doors'!
1983 ZN1300-A1 STARTING FRAME NUMBER:
JKAZNAA1 DA000001
COLOUR: TWO TONE EBONY
1984 ZN1300-A2 STARTING FRAME NUMBER:
JKAZNAA1 EB500001 (USA)
OR EA000401 (JAPAN)
COLOUR: TWO TONE EBONY
1985 ZN1300-A3 STARTING FRAME NUMBER:
JKAZNAAI FB501501 (USA)
OR FA001301 (JAPAN)
COLOUR: TWO TONE EBONY
1986 ZN1300-A4 STARTING FRAME NUMBER:
JKAZNAAI GA001501
COLOUR: LUMINOUS VINTAGE RED/METALLIC GRAYSTONE
1987 ZN1300-A5 STARTING FRAME NUMBER:
JKAZNAA1 HB503301
COLOUR: LUMINOUS VINTAGE RED/METALLIC GRAYSTONE
1988 ZN1300-A6 STARTING FRAME NUMBER:
JKAZNAA1 JB503701
COLOUR: LUMINOUS VINTAGE RED/METALLIC GRAYSTONE
Kawasaki eventually replaced the ZN1300 with the 1200cc four cylinder Voyager which was lighter and better

As far as the manual goes, there is an electronic copy of the ZN Manual on the Home page of this site available to members for downloading.

See pic for location. The manual doesn't say where it is, just the pic. The wiring feeding the sensor is 1 blue wire with red stripe and 1 blue wire.


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fuel injection help 3 months 1 week ago #24365

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On the ZG the air temp sensor is attached to the side of the airbox, so I would imagine it would be the same with the ZN Voyager.
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fuel injection help 3 months 1 week ago #24401

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hi phil managed to get the bike going ,,not sure what i did ,,will keep you up to date on how i get on ,,are all the pics in the gallery ,actual bikes owned by the members here ,,if i need any spares were is the best place to look ,,cheers Mark

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Good news, yes keep us posted. Yes, the pics in the gallery are member's bikes. Some spares are still available from Kawasaki dealers, otherwise it's a search on Ebay for 2nd hand stuff & asking on internet forums such as this.
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