GPz1100 August Update

GPz1100 August Update

This month the GPz1100 fired up for the first time in 7 years! In the process I needed to get new ignition leads and despite my initial attempt at getting the valve clearances right on the bench it didn’t match the engine spinning a few times to reveal it was out of a couple of …

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GPz1100 Update

GPz1100 Update

While this site is primarily a marketing page for the book, my main web site is z900collector.wordpress.com and its there I post most of my restoration and rebuilding articles. Recently I have started back on my 1982 GPz1100B2 which over the weekend had its engine re-assembled and ready to install the engine back in the …

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Top 10 ranking

Top 10 ranking

Well its now 3 years since release and the book continues to be in the top 10 motorcycling books to get 🙂 Very stoked! Its also featured in photography categories and a few unexpected spots as well…. if you don’t have your copy then make sure you get it soon!

Purchasing the book

Purchasing the book

A google search will yield current suppliers of the book, Amazon is your best bet if you are in the US of A, outside of that it’s for sale in Africa, Australia, Canada, Germany, United Kingdom and anywhere English is spoken natively!

Book Updates

Book Updates

OMG – How did this happen!!! Well it had too happen! – A small number of layout errors are present in the book but there is also 3 images showing the charging system that are just plain wrong! So if you see an image showing a positive ground – don’t believe it, the updated image …

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Rewarding a craftsman

Rewarding a craftsman

Many of the alloy parts shown in the book look almost brand new despite some being over 40 years old, this is due to the work of Wayne from Specialized Blasting Services who has water blasted engine and body parts for me over the years. Some samples of his work are as follows:     …

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