Kawasaki w800 se




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    Kawasaki w800 se

    Kawasaki w800 se

    It was hardly run in. However, the problem with motorcycle reviews is that the riders tend to go into la-la land as soon as they turn on the ignition. Has anyone experienced high frequency vibration through the throttle grip? I've hit 76mpg on one tank at a constant 80kmh.

    Kawasaki w800 se

    Kawasaki w800 se

    Kawasaki w800 se

    Kawasaki w800 se

    Kawasaki w800 se

    W SPECIAL EDITION | Kawasaki Motors Australia

    Was this review helpful? I forgot to add. The sitting position is perfect for someone who is taller than about cm, which is pretty short. The quality of the bike appears to be pretty good. The guy who had it before me d Mark Sims posted on Jun 17, If you're interested in buying one of these, you will need to plug up the clean air system. This dumps air into the exhaust manifold on deceleration.

    It is meant to burn spent petrol before it goes Mark Sims posted on Jun 27, Just an update, I have removed all the mods. It still has the staintune pipes. After a few thousand km, the bike is running better. It had only done km in 5 years. It was hardly run in. Mark Sims posted on Jan 13, Thought I would update 5 years on. Still love the bike. I've had no reliability issues what so ever.

    Kawasaki w800 se

    Only things I've done is change the oil, filter, brakes and tyres. Still happy I got it. MeltingDog posted on May 11, Still have my W after six years and still very happy with it. I put Staintune exhaust pipes on it and a decent left injector cover from webike and it looks, sounds and performs just the way I wa If you mean when you turn the ignition on and the throttle moves it's just the ECU adjusting the injector idle setting but if you mean while actually riding I get a bit of h f tingle in my hands but nothing like the old British bikes without balancers.

    Ws also have weights inside the ends of the handlebars to reduce vibration so check that the spot weld hasn't broken. If it's only happening on the throttle grip you might check the cable for too much or too little free play or wear in the grip twist tube over the handlebar.

    Kawasaki w800 se

    If you join the W group on facebook there are a couple of W mechanics who might be able to help further. There are some factory modifications that have to be done to the throttle slides and associated wiring. If you get your VIN number and call a Kawasaki dealer, they can tell you if they have been done.

    There is a relatively small amount of vibration just under rpm, but the bike generally gets smoother above that. The bike can suffer from typical fuel injection problems - especially if the pipes have been modified. Some owners have removed in the inlet plastics into the airbox with the view to improving air flow. The bike has been designed to meet european emission targets and can run lean in the "closed loop" when the oxygen sensor in the exhaust comes into play - you might want to investigate if that is still fitted if someone has changed the pipes.

    I own a V-twin and it's noticeably smoother - with a carbie - than the W but these bikes are nothing like the old english twins. Mark Sims replied on Jan 13, Paulo asked on Sep 22, Some guys have mounted panniers, top boxes, etc. A couple of nutters in Newcastle have taken it for a really long ride and love it.

    Kawasaki w800 se

    If I had a choice, I'd go for a tourer, but the missus hates plastic bikes and I'm falling in love with bike. Kumar replied on Sep 22, Many thanks for that!!! I am looking for something to do weekenders on plus the occasional big trip with the missus on the back so this has confirmed my thoughts that although this is a great looking bike it doesn't really suit my purpose at the moment. Maybe in a few years: Paulo replied on Sep 25, Write a review Ask a question.

    Your trust is our top concern. Companies can't alter or remove reviews from ProductReview. Sep Excellent to modify. One of the easiest bikes to modify to improve look and handeling. Great comeback of the classic W.

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