Anyone know the part number for the fuel filter please?

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Anyone know the part number for the fuel filter please?

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Anyone know the part number for the fuel filter for my 98 C1 please?
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http://www.ronayers.com/fiche/400_0437/ ... rent=13770

49019-1083 If this is the right part.


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Alexn5454 wrote:http://www.ronayers.com/fiche/400_0437/ ... rent=13770

49019-1083 If this is the right part.
It is, many thanks.

I wonder what the difference is between that one and this one on ebay?
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll? ... gory=10464


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http://www.ronayers.com/fiche/400_0390/ ... rent=12990

That's the ZX6 one, and it's the same as the 7RR one too. Diffrent part number, but looks the same to me.

I dont know if these things have flow rates, but that's the only reason i can think of not to fit this. Maybe someone in the know about these things would post, if it's not suitable, but i'd give it a go.


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I'd also check the price with Kawasaki. They may not be expensive from a dealers.


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If the ron ayres site says $10 in the USA, you can expect it to be £10 in the UK.


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Alexn5454 wrote:I'd also check the price with Kawasaki. They may not be expensive from a dealers.
Aye, it's just sheer laziness on my part as I saw that one and mail order makes life easier for me! :D


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yorkie wrote:If the ron ayres site says $10 in the USA, you can expect it to be £10 in the UK.
I've taken a chance and ordered the one from ebay and if it fits I can cut my old one up and inspect it. If it doesn't fit I'll be off to my local Kawasaki dealer I suppose. I do like to support local firms but i must say mail order is sooo much mroe conveniant for me. Is there a dealer who does mail order whom everyone favours per chance?


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http://www.wemoto.com/ are ok but no discount [there cheap to start though]

once you've got more post under your belt you can go into the members discount area :D or ask Si if you can go in now :!:


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I must say, i'm tempted to get one of those myself. :D


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How many posts do you need to get into the members discount area?


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Thats great thanks. Nice to know there is a man there with the right answers.


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Johnk9r wrote:How many posts do you need to get into the members discount area?
With the amount of questions this bike is giving me it wont be long before I'm in there! ;) :lol:


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Ok I got the filter through and whilst they look identical the inlet from the tank end is a slightly smaller bore and the squeeze clip wouldn't nip it up enough to make it leak free. A jubilee clip nipped it up ok though. So it can be fitted if you want it to. The bore size is of a minimal difference and as the carbs are demand fed and not constant I think it safe to say the bore size wont cause any problems.


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