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  1. #1
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    New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

    Hello, great forum, thanks in advance for those who manage moderate and support. The information I've found has been hugely helpful already.

    I just picked up this 2005 ZRX1200 from a guy south of Raleigh. He didnt do the mods but bought it from the guy who did, but didnt have his info anymore.

    Here is what I know:
    Green
    Last digits of vin 039512
    16,000 miles
    Ivan's jet kit, k&n pods
    Looks like a DJ jet kit?
    130 Mains - 35 idle - 2.75 turns on air screw
    ZX11 ecm
    zx10 stick coils
    Front signals also running lights
    Big ass box
    Brembo masters
    Blue braided lines
    Black fork brace
    ELS stone guards
    ELS Shorai battery bracket, and battery!
    ELS Chain tamer.... mmm candy
    Machined my own CRK
    Re-torqued and lock tight the Alternator coupler bolt
    Corbin seat
    Blue anodized add ons
    Stebel Nautilus horn
    USB on cross bar
    TOD Grips
    Possibly updated coils
    Green rad hoses
    Temp gauge in place of fuel gauge
    Throttle lock bar ends
    CNC mirror extenders
    Engine savers
    Yoshi bolt on muffler
    Passenger grip delete

    Might be missing a thing or two, especially internal items.
    Would like to find who built the bike, and get some more info about that, especially if chain tamer (Done!), double valve springs, or different cams are fitted.

    Here are a few pics for reference

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  2. #2
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Re: New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

    looks like you have an upgraded saddle on there as well? I don't recognize the bike though
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    current bike: 2000 ZRX1100

  3. #3
    Father Joe
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    Re: New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cundalini View Post
    looks like you have an upgraded saddle on there as well? I don't recognize the bike though
    Did you read his list of mods??? No you didn't.
    I'm not completely useless. I can always be used as a bad example.

    The People's rear loading pink Beach Bomb.

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  4. #4
    Hooligan
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    Re: New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

    I am in Raleigh.Give me shout when you want a riding partner. I don't like to ride when it is above 85 degrees.
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    ZRXOA #027289

    Never ride dirty

  5. #5
    2009 Hooligan of the year
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    Austin, TX

    Re: New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

    Clean bike. It does look familiar. I'll poke around a little and see what I can come up with on prior owner.

    Welcome to the madness!

  6. #6
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    Re: New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

    Thanks for lookin folks.

    The bike is great, set up well and runs great. RJC65 I'd definitely like to tag along for a ride some time and get to know some fun local roads. I commute mostly, but every once on a while get a small window outside of our family hobbies.

  7. #7
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Re: New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

    stock exhaust

    cams not likely
    02' ORANGE!

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  8. #8
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Reedsburg,WI

    Re: New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

    Looks like the clutch lever switch is just dangling by your controls on the left side, you may want to look into that.
    My other rides:
    1968 Harley Davidson XLH
    1986 Honda V65 Magna 1100
    1985 Honda V45 Magna 700
    2001 Harley Electra Glide 124" S&S
    2005 Honda CR450F

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    Re: New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

    Quote Originally Posted by Casper View Post
    Looks like the clutch lever switch is just dangling by your controls on the left side, you may want to look into that.
    Yeah, it has a Brembo clutch master so that's the stock switch connector with an LED in as a jumper, so start safety logic and ecm would think clutch is always engaged (does this effect over run on these?). I believe this to be so due to only starting in neutral.

    Also, yes stock headers installed, but has zx11 ecm, so I hope double valve springs, I'll check to be sure when I eventually have the valve cover off.

    My biggest concern at the moment, is the starter chain tensioner. Pressure plate has tell tale marks, but no way to know if those are from before a possible fix was installed. One way to find out is bite bullet and pull the cover. It's only a gasket at first right!

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    BadAss Hooligan
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    Re: New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

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  11. #11
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    Re: New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

    Maintenance updates

    Unwired and removed USB port
    Removed and capped failed breather filter from air injection T's.... Runs much smoother and pops less now. (might get some blingy block off plates)
    Packed and adjusted steering head bearings.
    Put renthal grips on.
    Ordered Couch handle bar cones.

    Next is to check valves and starter tensioner.
    Want CRK HO.

    Pulling the tank was a breeze

  12. #12
    2009 Hooligan of the year
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    Re: New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

    Quote Originally Posted by trippin green View Post
    Put renthal grips on.

    Duuude!!! You ditched those kickass dragon grips???




  13. #13
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Re: New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

    The front wheel, speedo drive is installed incorrectly

    Orig. owner, 99 ZRX, 61k+
    ZX11cams,pistons
    Stick coils, DIM Harness
    Cam degree 105 int.,107 exh.
    Fact. 1.0 w/Ti.,108 MJ
    Airbox w/ K+N
    Full Akro
    OEM ign. +5 Adv
    Dyno 131.7 HP/80.4 TQ.
    Ohlins RS, Race tech fork
    Fork brace+Steering damper




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  14. #14
    Father Joe
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    Re: New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

    Quote Originally Posted by Allen#212 View Post
    The front wheel, speedo drive is installed incorrectly
    And the rear brake master cylinder is low on fluid.
    I'm not completely useless. I can always be used as a bad example.

    The People's rear loading pink Beach Bomb.

    Kwackifoofoo

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    Re: New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

    Quote Originally Posted by Allen#212 View Post
    The front wheel, speedo drive is installed incorrectly
    Good catch, it must be clocked wrong, its making the cable to tight when suspension is extended. I'll fix that one tonight.

    Also, I think one of the POs ran it with a round headlight, it has rubber sleeves on the forks from what looks like a headlight mount.

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    Re: New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

    Quote Originally Posted by McGovZRX View Post
    And the rear brake master cylinder is low on fluid.
    Just checked, that and blinker fluid were right at the high line, muffler bearing is all good too

  17. #17
    Father Joe
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    Re: New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

    Quote Originally Posted by trippin green View Post
    Just checked, that and blinker fluid were right at the high line, muffler bearing is all good too
    Our newest freshman is fitting right in!
    I'm not completely useless. I can always be used as a bad example.

    The People's rear loading pink Beach Bomb.

    Kwackifoofoo

  18. #18
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    Re: New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

    Quote Originally Posted by Allen#212 View Post
    The front wheel, speedo drive is installed incorrectly
    Fixed got all the travel back. The tab was just below the notch.

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    Re: New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

    Starter tensionator not installed, just ordered.

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    Re: New guy, Hello, help ID bike?

    Kwiks chain tamer.... mmm candy
    Machined my own CRK
    Re-torqued and lock tight the Alternator coupler bolt

    Bike is tight and smooth.


 

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