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post #41 of 242 Old 09-22-2012, 11:11 AM
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Look right infront of your rear shock on the engine block there is a flat spot with the # stamped.

Its green and it says Kawasaki ninja zx10r on it!
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post #42 of 242 Old 09-22-2012, 12:09 PM Thread Starter
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where do you find the motor numbers? ski
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thanks guys... so, anything after 18111 has been updated? mine is 8276.... i guess i better order some parts, and think about getting this done over the winter. thanks for updating this nightmist! i would love a pdf copy of this. i will pm you my email address if you dont mind? Ski

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Just send me the mail address and i will send it your way. Still waiting on the parts for my bike and will take some photos of how things look and if it helps and whatnot

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Oh and yeah.. looks like you might benefit from the repair or atleast take it apart and check if you have the 1,2mm spacer and tve clearance you need

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It's hard to believe it is only a matter of spacing? Has anyone done this mod and had problems?
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Wish I had that info before installing a whole 2005 generator. Oh, well. Anybody interested in a complete functional '04 generator ?

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It's hard to believe it is only a matter of spacing?
The new thrust washers have a different plating that is more durable
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Just finished doing this repair on my 04 with 6000 miles on it. The original thrust washers were galled and showing noticeable wear, plus there was excessive clearance (aka slop) between the circlips. Im really glad I took it apart to replace that junk. I put in all new parts as shown in the bulletin, and now the shaft is nice and tight with 0.6mm clearance. This job is a PITA and it took me 4 hours to do. Hopefully you have small fingers! On the plus side, I was due for a coolant change and oil change anyway.
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Just finished doing this repair on my 04 with 6000 miles on it. The original thrust washers were galled and showing noticeable wear, plus there was excessive clearance (aka slop) between the circlips. Im really glad I took it apart to replace that junk. I put in all new parts as shown in the bulletin, and now the shaft is nice and tight with 0.6mm clearance. This job is a PITA and it took me 4 hours to do. Hopefully you have small fingers! On the plus side, I was due for a coolant change and oil change anyway.
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