rplacing coils

Randolph Peters arpee44 at yahoo.com
Wed Jul 2 17:52:46 PDT 2008

Thanks, man.

----- Original Message ----
From: Ped <pedmail at dbmail.dk>
To: Kawasaki GPZ1100 discussion <gpzlist at micapeak.com>
Sent: Wednesday, July 2, 2008 10:06:23 AM
Subject: Re: rplacing coils

Hi Randy,

Judged from the electronic version of the manual that I have on my 
computer (my bike is 5000 km's away  :-( ) the #1 and #4 coil goes to 
the left (when sitting on the bike) and #2 and #3 coil to the right.

The wiring to the #1 and #4 coil is: BLACK wire to the left, RED wire to 
the right.
The wiring to the #2 and #3 coil is: GREEN wire to the left, RED wire to 
the right.

Caution: This is on the European model! I don't know if this is 
different on the US models (but I doubt).

Good luck!

'96 "Black Stealth" GPZ

Randolph Peters skrev:
> Hi folks
> Today I tried to get my GPZ that I sold to a buddy who had not started it in more than 2 years working again.
> Replaced the fuel in the tank,  pulled the carbs cleaned them out (Lord replacing dem carbs is still the mother of PITAs) and was just about to put all together again when I had a senior moment.
> I plumb forgot  which coil went where. And I had lost my GPZ manual in Katrina.
> So could somebody quickly tell me which coil (#1 and #4) or ( #2 and #3) goes on the left (when sitting on the bike)?
> And also the wiring to the coils:  black, red, red, green (left to right?)
> With this knowledge I hope to finish the job tomorrow after charging the battery and replacing the plugs.
> Thanks in advance guys.
> (I may buy back the Geeper before that Philistine lets it go totally south).
> Randy in New Orleans

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