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This may be old news, but just in case...

I have designed a Spin-On Oil Filter Adaptor Kit for several Kawasaki motorcycle models that can be seen here: www.bergmenengineering.com Click on “Products & Services”, then on “Spin-On Oil Filter Adaptor Kit”. There is a full description of the kit as well as several technical supporting documents at the bottom of the page. Available exclusively at www.murphskits.com

So far, I have officially qualified the following Kawasaki models as being able to use this Kit directly:


Model Number Name Series Years
ZX900 Ninja A1-A3 1984-1986
ZL900 Eliminator A1-A2 1985-1986
ZG1000 Concours Concours A1 to A21 1986-2006
ZL1000 Eliminator A1 1987
ZX1000 Ninja 1000R A1-A2 1986-1987
ZX1000 Ninja ZX10 B1-B3 1988-1990
ZX1100 (ZX11) Ninja C1 to C4 1990-1993
ZX1100 (ZX11) Ninja D1 to D9 1993-2001
ZX1100 GPZ1100 E1 to E3 1995-1997
ZX1100 GPZ1100 ABS F1 1996
ZR1100 ZR1100 A1 to A4 1992-1995
ZR1100 ZXR1100 C3 to C4 1999-2000
ZR1200 ZRX1200R A1 to A5 2002-2005
ZX1200 ZZR1200 C1 to C4 2002-2005
ZG1200 Voyager-XII A1 1986
ZG1200 Voyager-XII B1 to B17 1987-2003

I am actively scrutinizing all other Kawasaki motorcycle models that use the same paper cartridge oil filter (16099-003) to see if the Kit is compatible with these models. The current list can be found in the list of technical supporting documents mentioned above.

If anyone has any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to post here or contact me directly at bergmen-at-pacific-dot-net and I will respond as soon as possible.

Best regards,

Dan
 

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I notice you don't list the 2001 ZRX1200r, is your kit avaliable for this year ???
 

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FlaZRX said:
I notice you don't list the 2001 ZRX1200r, is your kit avaliable for this year ???
Oops, my mistake. The entry for the ZR1200 should read:

ZR1200 ZRX1200R A1 to A5 2001-2005

Sorry about that!

And thanks for pointing that out, it can be tough to understand and research all of the Kawasaki Models over the past 20+ years or so.

JMHO

Dan
 
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