This is a discussion on Pilot Screw O-rings within the ZR-7 Maintenance forums, part of the Kawasaki ZR-7 category; Hello all, New member, new (old) ZR7 owner. I bought a 2000 naked ZR7 from forum member anticsfl. It had been sitting for over 6 ...
New member, new (old) ZR7 owner. I bought a 2000 naked ZR7 from forum member anticsfl. It had been sitting for over 6 months, so needed the carbs cleaned. I have done it once before with success on my EX500 (half the # of carbs though).
However, when I did it this time on the ZR7, I managed to lose 3 of the pilot screw o-rings
I did the Pine-sol method and it worked well, but when I was rinsing out the carb bank, I forgot that the o-rings had remained in the holes... and I flushed them out real good, lol.
So now I need 3 o-rings. From the EX500 forum I found out that this part number is the right one for the EX500: 92055-1002
Anyone know if the ZR7 uses the same part number, or where to get them. I see the listings for the entire crew, spring, washer, o-ring set, but all I need is o-rings.
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Looking at the parts microfiche, the closest big K list is the whole pilot needle assembly - part # 16014-1092
If you still have one of the 'O-rings available, try a motor parts type store, or even eBay, for the same size.
As it's part of the fuel system you will need them made of nitrile rubber.
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