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Help Offroad Buggy ZZR250

Discussion in 'Kawasaki 250cc Twins' started by Fenix_XR, Oct 26, 2016.

  1. Fenix_XR

    Fenix_XR Member

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    Hey Guys,

    I've been working on a buggy with a ZZR250 and struggling with the wiring.

    Just wondering if anyone can assist with a wiring diagram?

    Pretty sure its a 96, ZZR250, however, there's no Fuel gauge on the cluster.

    Cheers
     
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    my67xr Bike Enthusiast Staff Member Premium Member Contributing Member

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    Welcome to the forum,
    This is a basic electric start diagram for the ZZR250

    The Kawasaki ZZR250 has the following electrical system specifications:

    Battery Type: EX250-H5: 12V 6Ah
    Charging Voltage: 14.5 V at 4000 rpm
    Alternator Stator Coil Resistance: 0.2 – 0.9 Ohm
    Pickup Coil Air Gap: 0.7 mm
    Pickup Coil Resistance: 100 – 150 Ohm
    Standard Spark Plug: NGK CR8HSA or NDA U24FR-U

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    Index of Components of 1996 Kawasaki ZZR250 Electric Starter Circuit Diagram
    1. Ignition Switch
    2. Engine Stop Switch
    3. Starter Button
    4. Junction Box
    5. Starter Circuit Relay
    6. Starter Lockout Switch
    7. Neutral Switch
    8. Starter Relay
    9. Main Fuse (30A)
    10. Starter Motor
    11. Battery
     
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    Murdo The Good Doctor Staff Member Premium Member Ride and Events Crew Contributing Member

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    I have 93 and 98 models and neither have a fuel gauge.
     
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    Hey Guys, thanks for the quick replies.

    I only stated the Fact there was no Fuel Gauge due to the amount of Kawasaki 250 circuit diagrams on the internet that have Fuel Gauge on the diagrams.

    Thanks for the Circuit My67XR.
    Would this circuit be "blanking" things like Brake/clutch/footstand trip switches?
     
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    my67xr Bike Enthusiast Staff Member Premium Member Contributing Member

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    Yeah that is the basic start/run circuit.
    The bare minimum to get it running.
    There is a full wiring diagram in the resources area up the top of the page, but you need to be a premium/paying member($10) of this site to download them.
     
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    here's the last image of it... for anyone that might be interested...
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    Look's like fun.
    I wonder how stable that'd be around corner's ?
    Look's like it has a pretty narrow rear track on it ?

    Any luck sussing out the wiring yet ? second pic it look's a bit tidier
     

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