Kawasaki ZZR1400 ABS Assembly & Preparation Manual

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ZZR1400 ABS
Ninja ZX-14R
Ninja ZX-14R ABS
Motorcycle
Assembly & Preparation
Manual
Foreword
In order to ship Kawasaki vehicles as effi-
ciently as possible, they are partially disassem-
bled before crating. Since some of the most
commonly removed parts have a direct bear-
ing on a vehicle’s reliability and safety, consci-
entious pre-sale assembly and preparation be-
comes extremely important. Good setup pro-
cedures can prevent needless warranty claims
and give customers a greater sense of confi-
dence in Kawasaki and their Kawasaki Dealers.
This Assembly and Preparation Manual ex-
plains step by step procedures of the follow-
ing items for all Kawasaki ZZR1400 ABS, Ninja
ZX-14R and Ninja ZX-14R ABS.
1. Uncrating
2. Assembly
3. Preparation
The selling dealer assumes sole responsibil-
ity for any unauthorized modifications prior to
sale. Refer to your Service Binder for any Ser-
vice Bulletins specifying Factory Directed Mod-
ifications (Special Claims) which must be per-
formed before the vehicle is ready for sale.
Whenever you see the following symbols
heed their instructions! Always follow safe
operating and maintenance practices.
DANGER
DANGER indicates a hazardous situa-
tion which, if not avoided, will result in
death or serious injury.
WARNING
WARNING indicates a hazardous situa-
tion which, if not avoided, could result
in death or serious injury.
NOTICE
NOTICE is used to address practices not
related to personal injury.
NOTE
This note symbol indicates points of particular
interest for more efficient and convenient op-
eration.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. accepts no
liability for any inaccuracies or omissions in this
publication, although every possible measure
has been taken to make it as complete and ac-
curate as possible. All procedures and specifi-
cations subject to change without notice.
© 2011 Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. Sep., 2011
Table of Contents
Uncrating ...................................................................................... 3
Opening Crate ............................................................................. 3
Parts Check................................................................................. 4
Assembly ...................................................................................... 5
Steering Stem Head Nut ............................................................. 5
Handlebar Weights ...................................................................... 5
Windshield................................................................................... 5
Rear Fairing................................................................................. 6
Seat ............................................................................................. 6
French Label (For Canadian Models).......................................... 7
Brake Disc Cleaning .................................................................... 7
Preparation ................................................................................... 8
Battery Service ............................................................................ 8
Coolant ........................................................................................ 12
Front Brake.................................................................................. 13
Rear Brake .................................................................................. 15
Clutch .......................................................................................... 16
Drive Chain.................................................................................. 18
Front Fork.................................................................................... 19
Rear Shock Absorber .................................................................. 21
Tire Air Pressures........................................................................ 21
Fuel ............................................................................................. 22
Engine Oil (4-stroke) ................................................................... 22
Throttle Grip and Cable ............................................................... 23
Rear Brake Light Switch .............................................................. 24
Idle Speed Adjustment ................................................................ 24
Headlight Aim .............................................................................. 24
Multifunction Meter ...................................................................... 25
Fastener Check ........................................................................... 28
Standard Torque Table ................................................................ 30
Test Ride the Motorcycle ............................................................. 30
A & P Check List ......................................................................... 30
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Key Features

  • Assembly & preparation
  • Uncrating
  • Steering stem head nut
  • Battery activation
  • Coolant filling
  • Brake fluid checks
  • Clutch maintenance
  • Fastener check
  • Test ride

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Frequently Answers and Questions

What does the manual cover?
The manual covers assembly, preparation and uncrating your Kawasaki ZZR1400 ABS.
How do I activate the battery?
Follow the steps for activating a new battery in the 'Battery Service' section.
How do I check the coolant level?
Locate the reserve tank inside the right fairing. The coolant level should be between the F (Full) and L (Low) level lines.
What type of brake fluid should I use?
Use DOT4 brake fluid for the front and rear brakes.