Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Southwest Virginia
If you do get a manual, I know it sounds weird but, study your manual before you decide to do any work to your bike. Some manuals, including the Kawasaki Service manual for my V2K will have you jumping back and forth between sections. For example if you need to change your battery (this is not advice because I don't know how to access it in your 900) you would go to the electronic sections and you will find the directions. It will say something similar to "Remove your seat as outlined in section 2.3" then "remove side panel as outlined in 4.2". then it will start to give you directions starting at your battery box.
They can be annoying at first but after you learn the set up of the book and the basic steps of the normally removed parts it will get A LOT EASIER to use.
1985 Honda Nighthawk 650 (First Bike)
2004 Vulcan 1500 Classic (First Big Bike)
2007 Vulcan 1600 Meanstreak (Love Affair)
1999 Yamaha 1100 V-Star Custom (Right Price at the Time)
2008 V2K Classic (Favorite Vulcan)
2014 HD Ultra Limited (Bells and Whistles)
Who would have thought I would grow up to become "Spatially Educated" and play Connect-the-Dots for a living.