KX100 kawasaki 2001 Death Machine

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KX100 kawasaki 2001 Death Machine

Post by KX100DeathMachine » Mon Jul 15, 2013 8:11 pm

KX100 Kawasaki 2001 Death Machine
I just got this bike last Saturday.
It runs good, but gotta give it a complete maintenance.
Cleaning out the jetts. New air filter, new chain, fresh oil, fresh gas, and anything else I see that needs to be done.
Looking forward to testing this bike out.
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Re: KX100 kawasaki 2001 Death Machine

Post by Sandblaster » Tue Jul 16, 2013 12:58 am

Hmmmm.... Looks familiar...
Better take care of it because I'll be watching you.... :shock:
If bikes are for kids I'll never grow up.

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Re: KX100 kawasaki 2001 Death Machine

Post by KX100DeathMachine » Tue Jul 16, 2013 1:16 am

I wonder why it looks familiar? :lol:
Here's the jets we pulled out...
KX100 Kawasaki 2001 jets before.JPG
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We cleaned them up..
KX100 Kawasaki 2001 jets after.JPG
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Removed the stock pipe and put in a FMF Fatty we had in stock.... I hope my Dad doesn't see this ;)
KX100 Kawasaki 2001 fmf fatty pipe.JPG
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Got the air box cleaned out..
KX100 Kawasaki 2001 air box clean.JPG
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Re: KX100 kawasaki 2001 Death Machine

Post by Sandblaster » Tue Jul 16, 2013 1:48 am

Before I forget, here is your jetting..
Main Jet 138
Pilot Jet 45
Needle STOCK
Needle Position 3RD
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Re: KX100 kawasaki 2001 Death Machine

Post by KX100DeathMachine » Tue Jul 16, 2013 2:47 am

Yeah, let's keep track of everything we do.. :geek:

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Re: KX100 kawasaki 2001 Death Machine

Post by Sandblaster » Tue Jul 16, 2013 2:51 am

We can do that :ugeek:
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Re: KX100 kawasaki 2001 Death Machine

Post by KX100DeathMachine » Wed Jul 17, 2013 3:20 am

Today we tried to fix the pet cock valve.
No good :(
A valve from a 05 kx250f and some cork and we have a temporary fix.
We ordered all the parts for the stock valve but I don't think it will be here before this weekend.
I can ride this weekend so I'm ready if the filter gets here :?

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Re: KX100 kawasaki 2001 Death Machine

Post by Sandblaster » Wed Jul 17, 2013 3:29 am

You still need to change the oil and the coolant... ;)
It sure runs good.
Starts right up, has good power, and handles great!
Looks like we have a winner.
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Re: KX100 kawasaki 2001 Death Machine

Post by Friar-Tuck » Wed Jul 17, 2013 4:16 am

Congrats on the "New" Bike.
You take care of her, and she'll take care of you :D
I had a blast riding w/ my boys when they were young.
Keep up the Good Work! She's coming along nicely.
Tuck\o/

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Re: KX100 kawasaki 2001 Death Machine

Post by KX100DeathMachine » Wed Jul 17, 2013 4:29 am

Thanks Mr. Tuck\o/
I will take good care of her... My Dad is a stickler about it :shock:

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