Another New Guy

Dave Daniels dwaynedaniels at
Sat Apr 25 13:57:37 PDT 2009

Double ditto on the fuel filter. I learned my lesson last summer on that one.

--- On Sat, 4/25/09, Jerry Clair <darkclarity2k at> wrote:

From: Jerry Clair <darkclarity2k at>
Subject: Re: Another New Guy
To: "Kawasaki GPZ1100 discussion" <gpzlist at>
Date: Saturday, April 25, 2009, 3:47 PM

Ask away! Stickers...try a blow dryer or heat gun. Just take your time pulling.

This is the best group of guys around for that and fun to ride with. Trust me,
I bought a '95 a few years ago
and hooked up here. Even after some of us move on to different bikes our
memories of the sure footed GPz don't fade.

From: keith fraser <fraskei at>
To: gpzlist at
Sent: Saturday, April 25, 2009 3:26:25 PM
Subject: Another New Guy 

Hi all. A year ago I didn't even know that Kawasaki made a GPZ in the 90s.
I was looking for a replacement for my threadbare 84 Ninja 900. Something a
little comfier with more low end grunt and the ZX14 was not in the budget. I
spent a year looking for a low mileage Connie but the few I found were way
I saw a month old  ad in a local weekly swap and sell it guide for a 95 GPZ
with 4k on it. I spent a couple days searching the web and found and a handful of other sites. That weekend I went and
saw the bike and was blown away by the condition of the bike. It looked like a
brand new bike, other than a couple of silly Superman stickers (any tips on
removing stickers?)
The guy had been listing it locally for a month and hadn't had any takers.
I bought it for $2000.00.
Compared to most of you guys on the list I am a casual rider at best but I put
about 6000 miles on her last year just as she was. This year I plan on some
upgrades, I already picked up some gen mars and a stage 1 dynojet kit, and have
a zero gravity sport touring windscreen on its way.
I'll probably be driving you all nuts with NewB questions in the near
future, but hey you let me join ;P


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