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Repair your used sport bike: Get a copy (pdf) of this Kawasaki GPZ 750, GPZ750 Turbo service manual / repair guide.
Production/model years: 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 82, 83, 84, 85
Engine: 738 cc, 4-stroke, transverse 4-cylinder, air-cooled, DOHC, 2 valves per cylinder
The following models are covered by this manual: GPZ 750 / Turbo
Manual Language: English
This complete digital download version is the same OEM manual used by official certified professional Kawasaki GPZ 750 machine mechanics and by local dealership / technicians or engineers for service, maintenance and repairs.
Fix the problem today! Our original full service/repair manual contains important information about maintenance, troubleshooting and overhaul. - For example: Engine, engine overhaul, engine installation, engine removal, EFI (electronic fuel injection), DFI (digital fuel injection), oil change, electrics, tune-up, cylinder, cylinder head, brake service (including ABS System), brakes, drive belt, transaxle, charging system, battery, wiring diagram, clutch, fuel pump, water pump, drive belts, alternator, electric, shock absorber, drive shaft, filter, changing the spark plugs, cooling system, coolant system, wheels & tires, piston, ignition system, steering, gear transmission, shift linkage, torque specs, sprocket, hydrostatics system, valves, final drive, powertrain, throttle, exhaust system, carburetor, lubrication, schematics, chassis, fork, DOHC, double overhead camshaft, SOHC, Single Overhead Camshaft, gearbox, replacing the fuel filter and air filter, differential, fuel system, lights, fuel tank, electronic, electrical crankshaft, propeller shaft, storage, gasoline, gear shift, tools.
It also contains information about: technical data, diagnostics codes, disassembly, functional checks, exploded diagram, schematic diagram, parts list, periodic checks, adjustments, rebuild, service procedures, vehicle repair tips, body repair and much more information for repairing, servicing, inspection, replacing, failure analysis, revision or assembly.
The listing / parts list above is not complete. It is only an example and relates to parts that are present in your vehicle, depending on year/model.
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The Kawasaki GPZ750, produced from 1982 to 1985, was a popular sport touring motorcycle that quickly became a fan favorite due to its stylish looks, powerful engine, and smooth ride. Its turbo version, the GPZ750 Turbo, took things to a whole new level with even more speed and power.
For those who own one of these legendary bikes, having a repair manual is a must. Luckily, the 1982-1985 Kawasaki GPZ750, GPZ750 Turbo manual is available for instant download at repairloader (PDF). This manual provides detailed instructions for repair and maintenance of these classic motorcycles, including everything from the engine to the brakes.
Here are 10 technical data and features about the 1982-1985 Kawasaki GPZ750, GPZ750 Turbo:
• Engine: The GPZ750 had a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, DOHC, 16-valve, transverse four-cylinder engine with a displacement of 748cc.
• Horsepower: The GPZ750 had a horsepower output of 106 hp at 9,500 rpm.
• Fuel System: The GPZ750 was equipped with four Mikuni 32mm carburetors.
• Transmission: The GPZ750 had a six-speed transmission with a chain final drive.
• Suspension: The GPZ750 featured an air-assisted anti-dive fork in the front and an adjustable Uni-Track monoshock in the rear.
• Brakes: The GPZ750 had twin-piston front calipers and a single-piston rear caliper, both with floating discs.
• Fuel Capacity: The GPZ750 had a fuel capacity of 5.3 gallons.
• Weight: The GPZ750 weighed in at 540 pounds, while the GPZ750 Turbo weighed 573 pounds.
• Service Intervals: The GPZ750 and GPZ750 Turbo required regular maintenance, including oil and filter changes, valve clearance checks, and brake inspections. The service intervals are detailed in the repair manual.
• Styling: The GPZ750 had a classic sport bike look with a bikini fairing, sharp angles, and a bright red, black, and silver paint scheme. The GPZ750 Turbo added a distinctive turbo badge and an upgraded instrument panel.
The 1982-1985 Kawasaki GPZ750, GPZ750 Turbo was an iconic motorcycle that still holds a special place in the hearts of many riders today. For those who own one, having a reliable repair manual is essential to keep these bikes running at their best. With the 1982-1985 Kawasaki GPZ750, GPZ750 Turbo manual available for instant download at repairloader (PDF), owners can rest assured that they have the resources they need to keep their bikes in top condition for years to come.