Complete PDF version of the Service Manual for the Kawasaki Z1000/ABS. A MUST for every Z1000 owner.
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OEM Original factory workshop manual.
Models covered by this manual: 2003 to 2006
Number of pages: 515 pages
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We do not offer printed manuals, for the following reasons:
- it is more eco-friendly to use a digital version
- your manual never gets dirty or greasy
- you can always choose to print the specific page(s) you need to work on your bike
- you receive your manual immediately after payment
- it is searchable
The Kawasaki Z1000 is a four-cylinder motorbike that was released in 2003 with either streetfighter or regular style. The Z1000 was debuted in 1977, replacing the earlier Z1/Z900 with a size of 903 cc.
The Kawasaki Z1 (900) motorcycle was debuted in 1972 as the first of the Kawasaki Z series, with four cylinders, twin overhead camshafts, and a capacity of 903 cc (55.1 cu in), followed by a 1015 cc version dubbed Z1000.
Kawasaki released a totally redesigned 30-year anniversary version of the Z1000 in 2003. It utilized a modified Kawasaki ZX-9R engine that was bored out by 2.2 mm, resulting in larger displacement, higher low-RPM torque, and just a little power loss of 4 bhp over the original ZX9. The Z750, the Z1000’s little sibling, was produced by Kawasaki in 2004. Kawasaki introduced a new Z1000 in 2007.
Kawasaki announced the 2010 Z1000 on October 2009. It was outfitted with a new aluminum frame, digital instrument panel, bodywork, and engine. Bore and stroke are 77 x 56 mm, 1 mm larger than the ZX-10R‘s 76 x 55 mm and 1,043 cc displacement. This is an increase from the previous model’s 953 cc. A bank of 38-mm Keihin throttle bodies handles fuel injection, and the compression ratio is 11.8:1.
The 2003 Z1000 was a stylistic departure from other naked sportbikes at the time. The Z1000 shared the same tail section as the 2003 ZX6R 636 cc sport bike.
It is equipped with a 4-2-4 exhaust system. The Z1000 employs a backbone structure that serves as a stressed element to support the engine. Engine mounts can be removed to facilitate maintenance. Compression damping is applied to one fork leg, while rebound damping is applied to the other. This technology is mostly seen on dirt bikes and is uncommon on street motorbikes. Nissin brakes include four piston calipers.