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  • ZZR1100 - Top of fork to top yoke distance

    Hi all

    New to the site here. so Hello everyone.

    I recently purchased a 1994 ZZR1100 that is in need of some TLC.

    I have completed the basic stuff oil, filter, spark plugs etc and the bike runs well. Brakes are seized and the fork seals are leaking so I tackled them next.

    I took pics of everything I did with disassembling the front end..... but I forgot to measure the distance that the top of the fork protrudes about the top yoke. I can guestimate it from images, but I'm wondering if anyone knows the correct distance that the fork must proturde above the Top Yoke?

    cheers.

  • #2
    Hi, you have a great bike. The forks go up into the top yoke until they stop. There is no set distance.They will not go beyond a certain point. That is of course if you have the standard top yoke.
    ZZR Riders don't die, we just reach light speed!

    ZZRRIDER.COM

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    • #3
      Great. Thanks for getting back to me. Bike is standard as far as I can see. It even has the original exhaust and end cans. After I've the seals done I'll reassemble and see how it goes.
      Cheers

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      • #4
        Progressive for springs make a big difference in reducing dive. Combined with rotating the concentric chain adjusters 180 degrees transforms the handling.
        ZZR Riders don't die, we just reach light speed!

        ZZRRIDER.COM

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        • #5
          Reinstalled the forks without issue - thanks for the tips

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