rplacing coils

Randolph Peters arpee44 at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 3 03:57:19 PDT 2008

Hi Don,
I really should have thought ot doing this because I'm a regular customer of Ron Ayers.
I have to wait for a battery because the one on the bike is dead and the parts shops in the area (SW Houston) do not have it.
I will let the list know how the rescue operation goes.
Randy in New Orleans,
ZZR 1200 but still a Geeper believer.

----- Original Message ----
From: Don Wilcox <leanintree at gmail.com>
To: Randolph Peters <arpee44 at yahoo.com>
Cc: Kawasaki GPZ1100 discussion <gpzlist at micapeak.com>
Sent: Wednesday, July 2, 2008 9:28:31 AM
Subject: Re: rplacing coils

Hi Randy,
Saw this from work (and of course manual is at home), but this might be


Don in GJ

On Wed, Jul 2, 2008 at 12:18 AM, Randolph Peters <arpee44 at yahoo.com> wrote:

> 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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