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Concours 14 / ZG1400 General Chat and Tech / Re: New Bike, No Keys
« Last post by TireguyfromMA on Today at 03:25:31 am »
You should be able to have new keys made by sending a copy of your title and or your registration to them.  I had new stove (ignition) and fob keys made by them, they worked perfectly too.    Try contacting them directly on the phone to confirm what documentation they require, you might be able to place the order over the phone.

Kawasaki Keys
Tel: (415) 386-3900
http://www.kawasakikeys.com/faq.php?cID=1
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Concours 14 / ZG1400 General Chat and Tech / Re: New Bike, No Keys
« Last post by Matt on Today at 03:17:29 am »
I think i may try a title search on it tomorrow to see if i can track down the previous owner. Sounds like that might be worth a shot
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Concours 14 / ZG1400 General Chat and Tech / Re: New Bike, No Keys
« Last post by Freddy on Today at 02:49:27 am »
or is there a way to get a replacement key?    No way Jose  Matt.



Am I going to have to redo the ignition and key module?    Yes and KIPASS ECU


Is there any way you can contact the PO via the auction house & insurance company to check if s/he has the active or passive fob?
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Concours 14 / ZG1400 General Chat and Tech / New Bike, No Keys
« Last post by Matt on Today at 02:23:45 am »
Just picked up a 2013 C14 with 15k miles from an insurance salvage auction for $600. It is going to need a lot of love to get it back on the road, but I am looking forward to the challenge. My question is the bike came with no key. Am I going to have to redo the ignition and key module? or is there a way to get a replacement key?
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Very nice example. Really good looking bike.
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Accessories C14 / Cooling vest quest
« Last post by Kreton'sLC on Today at 12:05:50 am »
My 3-4 year old cheapo Ergodyne vest has lost its cooling ability, so I'm looking for something that can handle the triple digits and high humidity of central Texas.  This caught my eye - https://www.motostorm.it/en/clothing/underwear/alpinestars-cooling-vest-grey.html#product-tabs.

What I like about it is no soaking it and wringing out the excess, and it sounds like its cooling ability lasts much longer than the typical 30 minutes or so of relief the cheapo vests provide.  Ideally I'd like something that I only need to recharge each time I gas up when on a long ride or tour.

Anyone have any experience with this vest, or can recommend one that keeps them cool in extreme heat?

Edit:  Forgot there's a riding gear forum, so respectfully request a moderator move this thread there - thanks.
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Plus, stating the obvious ... the reading when on the kick-stand being different than the reading when bike is level...just saying. Yeah, like he said, I wouldn't worry over it.
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Southeast Events / Re: S.M.A.R.T. ADVANCED TRAINING/CAMPING EVENT WEEKEND
« Last post by SteveJ. on Yesterday at 11:45:56 pm »
Likely in, depending on the dates.

On TDY, homeward bound, in brownfield Texas..

To clarify: mid month is a no go for me. Lots of company coming into town for our 40th anniversary shindig.
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Concours C10 / ZG1000 General Chat and Tech / Re: Oil in a spark plug well
« Last post by Oldschool on Yesterday at 11:43:31 pm »
No dirt or bugs....the spark plug cap fits snugly on top of my valve cover.

I will be purchasing new seals and pulling the valve cover to put them in this week.
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Southeast Events / Re: S.M.A.R.T. ADVANCED TRAINING/CAMPING EVENT WEEKEND
« Last post by Mike on Yesterday at 11:35:54 pm »
Would love to attend!! Let us know a date.
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