Complete PDF version of the Service Manual for the Kawasaki Z1000/ABS 3rd generation. A MUST for every Z1000 owner.
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OEM Original factory workshop manual.
Models covered by this manual: 2010 to 2013
Number of pages: 745 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.
For 2010, the Z1000 was revamped. Along with the standard aesthetic upgrade comes a slightly increased engine capacity. Because ABS was standard, the motorbike was officially marketed as the “Z1000 ABS.”
To commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Z brand, Kawasaki broke with the 3-year update cycle and released a “special edition” alongside the ordinary model in 2013. The distinctions between the models were primarily cosmetic.