Kawasaki KZ200 Chopper Modification - MMC Outsider Jakarta

Kawasaki KZ200 as a 200 cc bike has a lot of options to be modified . One of the most favored by the owners of this bike is to turn it into a chopper . As performed by Axunx , owner 1983 Kawasaki KZ200 make this bike into Heiwa Custom style . That is one of Japan's modification workshops .



Japanese feel taste of the framework that adheres to the model order of the samurai . All proceeds custom -made builder. Then the characteristic appears next to the tank . Small form with a concave surface on the side next to strengthen the impression Heiwa . In the tank well covered with cartoon images of dogs and goats intangible which is the owner of the zodiac and Shio . The composition of blue and white in order to make the appearance of the body enough Binter Heiwa be looks " cute " .

Lead to further characterize the motorcycles electrical component box . Builder makes the bottom of the seat tube to secure all electrical devices . Great legs is certain to be a part of this one custom motorcycles . 16x34.5 -inch wheels stuffed in the legs and paired with Shinko tires on both wheels measuring 500-16 .

The front suspension has been retired , so that more matching Shockbreaker then adopted a Yamaha Byson. Shockbreaker back together with the rigid frame to the seat directly prop.

For more pictures and information you can go to this site.

www.blackxeprience.com

Picture are courtesy of BlackXperience

V-Twin Kawasaki KZ 200 Vintage Chopper Style

This modification is unique and unusual. As we know that the Kawasaki KZ200 is a single-cylinder motorcycle. I was curious and find out about this bike.

V-Engine turns out that look at this bike is only as accessories, not really working properly. The bobber-style motorcycle built by Udivisianto which is a motorcycle designer from Puspa Kediri Custom workhop located in Pondok Gede, East Jakarta, Indonesia.



This bike belongs to Ariawan Wijaya, who is also the owner of the home modification New Motor Sport (BMS) in Jl. Palmerah West No.. 25, Central Jakarta. Ari wants to have another mascot. He wanted to touch different. So PKC workshop that used to build the motor with the concepts of old-school become partner.

So this project is the collaboration between the two modifiers. Ari greeting modifier and importers of used motor spare parts that allow creative Udivisianto board-tracker bobber with a trendy concept in the 1920s.




Source : Motorplus Online

Soft Tail Chopper KZ200 1984

This Kawasaki KZ200 is belong to Charles Iwan Tanaka. Builded by Mohammad Rifai also called Pei from 52 Custom at Kunciran, Pinang, Tangerang, Indonesia. They met when Charles looking for a chopper builder to modify his old Merzy motorcycle.


They both know if KZ200 chassis was comfort on it's standard form. So they don't do much renovation on the backbone and downtube.  It is precisely from the center to the back bone changes quite a lot. Most prominent in the swinging arm. Unusual construction, plus the outermost position is made longer than usual.

To achieve a comfortable riding position. Moreover, this bike is targeted comfortable, completely avoid the construction of hardtail. Double conventional rear shock uses Harley Davidson stock, while the front shock KZ200 standard.

Major appliances handmade, from tank to fender. For wheels they choose in accordance with the dimensions KZ200, as a medium-capacity motors, simply mix 110/80-18 front and 190/50-17 for the rear. Both use the same brand of tires, Dunlop.

Source : Motorplus On Line
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Kawasaki KZ200 Manual Service E-Book

I have a scanned manual book of Kawasaki KZ200 in JPEG files. Some enthusiast people asking me to shared the file but I think it's too large to stored on website. So I convert it to E-Book format while people can read it from their PC offline.



This book is originally created and owned by Kawasaki Motorcycle Manufacture and have their own license to publish. Since this motorcycle is not produced, it's so hard to find the guide of service. I hope what I'm doing is not violate the law or copyright. I just want to share with other Kawasaki KZ200 owner and lover. And I don't take any benefit from it.

The book is an exe file but there is no need to install, just run the file. You need to install Adobe Flash Player if you don't have it.

Download the Kawasaki KZ200 Manual Service E-Book here.

Yew Emm Gee : Kawasaki KZ200 Review


Lovely little bike, innit, said the back street dealer. He went into a story about some old chap bringing in it, saying it wouldn't start any more. A change of spark plug and coil, it was ready for sale rather than being split into a million pieces. At 350 notes it seemed a steal, even the alloy still shone as if lovingly polished every day.



The Z200 is a small bike but one with nice proportions and a proper motorcycle look. If it had BSA on the tank it would've been declared a classic rather than a bag of old nails, as my mate reckoned. That comment was down to the rattling engine, a result of 31000 miles under the tender hands of just one elderly owner. And if you believe that, you'll believe anything.

The engine was a gem of OHC thumper technology, at least when new. Lacking any kind of balancer system, the 200cc's were the kind of pure engineering that the Japanese did so well in the sixties. By the time it fell into my hands there were minor rumblings at all revs with a heavy frenzy coming in when flat out at an indicated 85mph (probably 75mph in harsh reality). This wasn't a speed I'd like to hold for very long because the shining chassis hid the fact that all the suspension damping had a long time ago completely disappeared.

The result, the front end needed a very firm grip to stop the bike leaping out of its lane whilst the back end went into a pogo-stick routine even on the smoothest of roads. Being an optimistic and persistent soul, I actually went back to the breaker to complain. He was so shocked by this effrontery that he threw some shocks and fork springs at me before coming to his senses. After almost taking my nose off when the forks came apart with a bang and almost having an heart attack when I found the upper shock stud on the right-hand side was about to fail due to internal corrosion, I began to think about dumping the bike in the nearest canal. However, a mate with a welding torch fixed up the frame and a bit of brute force had the front forks reassembled.

Gods knows their source. My 200lb neighbour was instructed to leap up and down on the saddle, with about a millimetre's worth of suspension travel resulting. Fed with copious supplies of beer and allowed to watch my porno video's in the garage (you've got to find somewhere for a bit of peace and quiet, haven't you) he spent the day bedding in the suspension by bouncing up and down on the bike. Eventually, a couple of inches of travel were gained and I felt the bike was safe to take out into the world.
A right weird sensation it was too. Added to the engine's vibration, the stiff suspension allowed every minor road imperfection into my backside, feet and hands. It took a couple of weeks for all this to fade into the background, as it invariably does, and before I really began to enjoy the machine. At least the front end now had an unknown precision, even if the back still weaved around a touch. Further investigation revealed swinging arm bearings that were on the way out - some plastic rubbish that as soon as a little wear gets into them begin to rapidly go down. Figure a life of less than 5000 miles.

Wanting to pop along at 70mph, I decided to whack them out, upgrade them with some phosphor-bronze replacements. That sounds nice and easy but the swinging arm spindle was corroded in and destroyed the swinging arm by the time it popped out! The breaker charged me a reasonable fiver for a replacement and then lost my custom for life by calling me a shirt-lifter! Don't know why, as he was twice my size I let it go.

With all that fixed the Z finally handled as well as it looked but I was soon dismayed by the lack of top end go. It would top out at a reasonable 85mph but getting there proved a tiresome business. It'd buzz up to 60mph at a reasonable rate but after that it took ages to wind itself up. Torque seemed to peak at 60mph, it'd plod up hills and into head-winds at this velocity but either of these could knock any extra speed right off.
As could be imagined, 60mph on the modern roads was asking to be knocked off by speeding cagers. To make matters even more interesting, all I could see in the blurred mirrors was the vaguest of images. The only way around this potential death scenario was to take to the country lanes. Here, the Z made some kind of sense, plodding away at 50 to 60mph with a heavy blast out of what was left of the silencer. Smiles all the way, except that the brakes faded when used heavily in the corners and the bumpier roads threw me around in the saddle - it's quite easy to catch a very sensitive piece of the anatomy on the back of the tank.

The bike would've been brilliant for slicing through traffic had not the motor liked to stall at low revs if the throttle wasn't continuously blipped at junctions. The gearbox didn't like low revs either, and it was dead easy for the clutch to overheat - sometimes fading and sometimes slipping! Didn't know if I was coming or going. Apart from these minor imperfections, the bike could be weaved through the narrowest of gaps and even taken up on the pavement.

Low speed running was improved by fresh oil - I wouldn't want to leave the oil changes longer than 500 miles. The valves stayed resolutely within tolerances whilst the camchain needed a tweak every few hundred miles to keep the chainsaw blues at bay. The ignition system seemed a bit marginal, wet weather making the bike burp and backfire - you don't want to lose power when there's only one cylinder. In the wet, the tyres seemed like they were on a knife-edge but didn't actually slide down the road.

After approximately 6000 miles I began to tire of the Z. It lacked sufficient top end go for me to take it too seriously, and was becoming an increasing pain during the commuting chores. On the good side, 80mpg was regularly turned in and, once sorted out, consumables wore slowly, although the chain needed constant attention and the odd link removed (it could have been there from new for all I know, the sprockets certainly looked like they had been).

The bike was polished to a mirror shine and put on the market at 600 quid. The machine refused to start when the first punter turned up, only revived by a new spark plug - I nearly stripped the thread putting it in; crap Jap alloy doesn't age at all well. I had some fun hustling dealers for part-ex, getting test rides on an XJ600N, CB500S and CBR400. The most offered for the Z was 400 notes.

An old geezer in waders turned up with a mate who was on a Panther with huge sidecar. This dynamic duo looked upset when I refused to let them take the spark plug out as a prelude to whipping the head off. There were enough tools in the sidecar to make it a rolling workshop. After several test rides, lots of pushing and pulling, I was offered 500 notes in dirty fifties and grabbed it with both hands. I felt the Z wasn't far off going expensively terminal. They tottered off with the poor old Kwak sticking out of the sidecar - some people!

So there you go. A venerable little thumper but worn examples aren't really up to modern road speeds. Cue for someone to write in with tales of world travel on a Z200...

H.K.

Thanks to http://yewemmgee.blogspot.com

Bali Chopper Modification

As a city full of art and culture, it's the biker, builder and enthusiast in Bali are really concerned modification of existing local wealth. This two-wheel artists do not want to just follow the world trend, but local elements must be able to give donations.

For example, Kawasaki KZ200 of this Custom. According Bagoes, the owner of the motorcycle world the virus combines seed in HD overseas magazines with elements of Balinese culture, which certainly also worldwide.

"That we can see in the motifs painted on the tank" said the artist paints based on Jl. Daffodils, No. 30, Denpasar.





Artha Wiguna the owner of the motor wants to have Balinese sarong motif is very popular on the bike. "It's actually a simple motif, is not only just boxes. But of course there must be other effects derived from choosing this form," said Bagoes again.


If a Balinese sarong usually patterned black and white box, then the motor is shown with a black rigid red. "Also on each box is also a kind of gradation so that there are effects that lead to three-dimensional shape," he said again. In addition, modern element that is currently also applied.

"For the community in Bali when the motor is the use of paint with glitter effect again many requester. It is happening again in Bali," added the modifier is indeed a place hang out HD and fans of this great motorcycle. Local culture can be side by side with a virus or world trends.

DATA MODIFICATION

Front tire: 120/80-18 Swallow
Drum: Cham
Rear tire: 120/80-18 Swallow
Sissy Bar: Custom
Tank: Custom
Head lamp: Waste moge Japan
Seat: Leather Chacha
Handlebar: Sportster
Sepatbor: Custom
Custom Bagoes: 0817-4720-523



Bike Art Soul | Music for Merzy Riders

Kawasaki KZ200 A group of bikers who love music and try to express through an album titled BAS (Bike Art Soul) contains 12 tracks which contained material that hilarious song when I listened to and may be very familiar by music lovers that are not difficult to understand each of the songs .
Elements of Rock n roll they offer a very fresh and we all here like to sing are invited to dance off with fun, playing in the genre of rock n roll which is becoming a basic music with them where they explore a variety of music and thus BAS (Bike Art Soul) introduce their music with the name of The Funky Blues Motorcycle yeahhh ....


And after a long time I get a demo of my relatives and finally congratulations guys ... exactly December 24, 2008 ago, which took place in the MU Cafe Jakarta, they (BAS) recently held a launching her first album and I think wow ... it's amazing a new breakthrough at the end of 2008 and maybe this is a sign that the music Rock n Roll will soon rise in 2009 (a good move to sustain this kind of music). let us return to the album, the 12 songs dialbum can be said about the daily life of a true biker who struggled with their motorcycles.



Check out some of his songs such as my girlfriend is not my bike, Oil Bottles, Together, Rock n Roll, there are some singles that are very familiar dialbum dikehidupan kebingaran behind us apart from the hearts of the bikers they were certainly must be pointed thumb.

Hopefully, BAS can compete with the musicians in Indonesia and hope BAS can always exist in bringing music Rock n Roll.

Please visit their website : http://bikeartsoul.webs.com/
Source : alverrocker

KZ200 Rider On The Beach

This is picture of my friends from Black Mangoes Motor Club which is taken at Tirtamaya Beach, Indramayu – Indonesia. Shoot in the morning during the sunrise. I like the lighting and atmosphere of silence.
Kawasaki KZ-200 Year 1983 modified with chopper style make the perfect silhouette of this picture. Thanks to Embong for the great job.

Original Kawasaki KZ200 Picture

The pictures below was taken by Jürgen N a professional photograper from Kulmbach, Germany. The interesting thing about these photographs is the authenticity of the Kawasaki KZ200 is still maintained. Very hard to find condition Z200 motorcycle that still retains its original shape. Since most of this motorcycle has been modified a chopper or a Bobber style. Indeed in some countries in Europe, classic motorcycle enthusiasts usually prefer to retain their original shape rather than turn it into another form. 
Kawasaki Z200 blue (Epson Photo PC3000)  Kawasaki Z200 blue x2 (Nikon D40)

Kawasaki Z200 black (Epson Photo PC3000)
Kawasaki Z200 green (Epson Photo PC3000)

LIST OF INDONESIAN KZ200 CLUBS

Indonesia has so many Kawasaki KZ200 motorcycle community. Almost in every province there is always one or more of the club Kawasaki KZ200 that in this country better known by the name of Binter Merzy. And the more unique they are closely inter-club in kinship with each other. If one club holding an event, then uninvited other clubs will come to enliven the event. The community is very unique, and very thick with a family atmosphere. Here are some KZ200 Kawasaki Motorcycle Club is still active today.
And Special thanks for Merzy Club Bandung Raya (MCBR) to provide this list.


JAKARTA REGION

BLACK HAWK BATAVIA (BHB)
RAJAWALI MOTOR CLUB
Jl. Pondok Jaya II No. 44 Mampang Jakarta Selatan
Contact : (021) 7210903

JAKARTA MERZY CLUB INDONESIA (JMCI)
Kantor Dinas Olah Raga dan Pemuda
Prop. DKI Jakarta Jl. Jatinegara Timur No.55 Jakarta
Contatc : (021) 8193892

ROAD EAGLE MOTORCYCLE MC (MOTHER CHAPTER)
Jalan Selamet No. 9 Guntur (Jakarta Selatan- Menteng)
Contact : Rian Leleng (021 95913224)
E-mail : roadeagle_mc@yahoo.com

D'ROMERZ
Fans of KZ200 Community
Jl. Pisangan Baru Timur No.17 jakarta 13110
Contact :
e-mail : z_dani@yahoo.co.id
Phone : (021) 8511777 & 081317857495

MMC OUTSIDERS JAKARTA (MMC)

BIKE ART SOUL JAKARTA

MERZY OWNER GROUP JAKARTA (MOG)


JOGJAKARTA REGION

MERZY OWNERS CLUB YOGYAKARTA (MOCY)
Jl.Ringroad Utara 262 Gorongan 06/02
Condongcatur Depok Sleman Yogyakarta 55281
Contact : (0274) 487504

BLACK RIDERS JOGJAKARTA (BRJ)
Jl. Argolubang No. 1 Yogyakarta
Contact :
Official Site : www.blackraidersjogja.info
Phone : 081392363767

JOGJAKARTA MERZY CLUB (JMC)
Website: http://www.jogjakartamerzyclub.co.cc

BANTENG TEKNOLOGI RISET DAN DEVELOPMENT (BTRED)
JOGJAKARTA
Jl.Kaliurang km 7.8
Gang. Banteng Utama No.31 Sinduharjo
Ngaglik Sleman
Contact :
Phone : (0274) 883734
(0274) 6585137 ---Budi
JAKARTA
Perum Taman Royal 3 CLuster Akasia 2 Blok AS no. 10 Tangerang
Phone : 081318825542 ---Gunawan

GUNUNGKIDUL MERZY CLUB (GMC)
Jl. Kenangan 1 Purbosari Wonosari,
Gunungkidul, Yogyakarta
Contact: 08122967360

SAMBILEGI MERZY CLUB YOGYAKARTA (BELGI)

WEST JAVA REGION

MMC OUTSIDERS (CHAPTER BOGOR)
Jl. Paledang Bogor
Contact :
E-mail : joko_outsides@yahoo.co.id
Phone : +622517173060

BIKERS KZ200 SOCIETY
Jl. Braga 45 Bandung
Contact :
E-mail : kzsociety.@yahoo.com
Phone : 08122345263

SUKABUMI BIKERS
Jl A. Yani No.238 Sukabumi
Contact :
e-mail : gede_anto@yahoo.co.id
Phone : 0266 7117402, 08164636943

BLACK MANGOES
Karangampel. Indramayu. West Java.
contact:
e-mail : blackmangoes@yahoo.co.id
phone : 0812217415 (Mr. Jack)

BLACK LOBSTER CIREBON
Jl. Tengah Tani Raya 72 Cirebon, Jawa Barat
Contact : 081802380040 (Fajar)

CLUB BENTENG MERZY TANGERANG (CBM)
Jl. Galeong RT.04/ RW.07 Tangerang, Banten
Contact : (021) 5587830

CIBINONG MERZY CLUB (CMC)
Jl. Puri Nirwana 2 Blok V No. 9 Cibinong
Contact : (021) 8758930

INI CLUB BINTER MERZY ICBM)
Jl. Margonda No.45 Rt.02/II Depok –Jawa Barat

CIREBON MERZY CLUB INDONESIA (CMCI)
Komplek Villa Intan III Blok XI/10 Klayan Cirebon – Jawa Barat
MERZY OWNERS GROUP TASIKMALAYA (MOG)
Jl. Nagarawangi Tasikmalaya, Jawa Barat
Conact : 08122196734

BIG BROTHER KUNINGAN
Jl. Ahmad Yani No.48 Cipicung Kuningan Jawa barat

MERZY CLUB BANDUNG RAYA (MCBR)
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Gg. Fatah II
Bandung Jawa Barat
Official SIte : http://mcbr-mc.blogspot.com

BMCC CIMAHI
Jl. Kamayakan D-37 Cimahi, Jawa Barat
Contacts : (022) 2500298

BOGOR MERZY CLUB (BMC)
Jl. Pandawa Raya 1, Warung Jambu Atas, Bogor Jawa Barat
Contact : Mac Rusmana (0251) 2167260
Blues (0251) 7123280
e-mail : rongsokan_motor@yahoo.co.id

BLUE RANGER BANDUNG
Jl. Cikutra Gg.Sekepondok II No.13 Cicadas,Bandung Jawa Barat
Contact : (022) 7211523 Fax.(022) 4221004
CRMB BOGOR
Gg. Menteng Bogor, Jawa Barat

BINTER RIDER CLUB BANDUNG (BRC)
Jl. Cimuncang Blk 17
Contact : 08156006644
Feri (022) 7210903

KAMI KZ 200 KARAWANG
Ruko Automotif Centre Galuh Mas No.2
Karawang, Jawa Barat
Contact : 08159281882

KZ EVOLUTION CIREBON
Jl. Gunungsari 15 Tuparev
Cirebon Jawa Barat
Contact :
E-mail : kzevo_crb@yahoo.com
Phone : 081324349943

ROAD EAGLE BEKASI
Contact :
E-mail : mawan_kazep@yahoo.com
Phone : 081510477177

CLUB MERZY CIKARANG
Bengkel Netral Jaya Kalimalang
Contact : Daniel (08158236276)
E-mail : clubmerzycikarang@gmail.com
Basecamp di bengkel Netral Jaya Kalimalang

BULDOZER MERZY CLUB BOGOR
Jl. Pintu Ledeng No. 5
Ciomas, Bogor, Jawa Barat
Contact : 081511892233

BLACK RIDERS SUMEDANG
Jl. Mayor Abdurrrahman no. 218
Contact :
Phone : 081321774243, 081321204585
E-mail : bapa.kebos@yahoo.com

MMC Outsider SUMEDANG
Jl Raya Cmalaka (Rasta Shop)
Phone : 085222193933 (CHINO DALUR)
E-mail : eka_mustapa@yahoo.com

DEPOK MERZY TEAM (DEMYT)
Contact :
email : harianto@omaninfo.com

SQUADRON MERZY RIDERS
Jl. A.H. Nasution No. 2 Cipadung-Ujung Berung, Bandung.
(Bengkel Mobil Cahaya Cemerlang).
Official Facebook Page

MMC OUTSIDERS BANDUNG (MMC)

GHOSTRIDER BEKASI

MERZY PAMULANG

BRUDERSCHAFT BANDUNG

BINTER SMILE GROUP BANDUNG (BSG)

CORTER PURWAKARTA


CENTRAL JAVA REGION

BLACK EAGLE PEMALANG
Jl. Raya Moga Pulo Sari RT. 04 RW.06 Moga, Pemalang, Jawa Tengah
Contact:
E-mail : blackeagle_kz@yahoo.co.id
Phone : 081911500453
Official Site : www.blakeaglemerzy.com

YUWONO MERZY CLUB (YMC)
Jl. Ki Hajar Dewantara No.278 Duku Talit, Juwana Pati
Jawa Tengah

MERZY CLUB PEMALANG (MCP)
Jl. Kerinci Wanarejan Pemalang – 56121 Jawa Tengah
Contact : (0284) 322957

MERZY CLUB MAGELANG (MCM)
Jl. Manjukri No.15 Kauman Magelang, Jawa Tengah
Contact : (0293) 363333, Fax. (0293)311113

BINTER MERZY JEPARA CLUB (BMJC)
Jl. Bima I No.235 GTI Tahunan Jepara, Jawa Tengah
Contact : (0291) 593170

MERZY CLUB PEKALONGAN (MCP)
Jl. Karya Bakti Pekalongan Jawa Tengah
Contact : (0285) 576411

MERZY YOUNG BIKERS PURWOKERTO (MYB)
Jaka Jaya Motor
Jl. Brigjend Encung Purwokerto, Jawa Tengah

SEMARANG MERZY CLUB INDONESIA (SMCI)
Jl. Sendangguwo SLT Rt 011/II Semarang Jawa Tengah.
Contact : (024) 8707569

LAKER MUNTILAN
Jl. Lettu. Sugiarno Bengkel Fajar, Muntilan Jawa Tengah

MERZY CLUB BANJARNEGARA (MCB)
Jl. Dipoyuda No.17 Banjarnegara, Jawa Tengah
Contact : (0286) 594794
MERZY RIDER CLUB WONOSOBO (MERCON)

CILACAP MERZY CLUB (CMC)
Jl. Batam Perum GSP , Blok A.3 No. 25 Cilacap
Contact : (0282) 538390,532231HP. 08179418168, 08122704344, 08122706998

MOTOR MERZY SOLO CLUB (MMSC)
Jl. Puspa XI No.18 Cangkring Malang
Blulukan,Colomadu Karanganyar, Jawa Tengah
Contact : (0271) 724377

BOEMENT MERZY CLUB (BMC)
Jl. HM. Sarbini 69 Sumbing No. 47 Kebumen Jawa Tengah,
Contact : (0287) 382274

BINTER CLUB MOROGENEN BLORA
Ds. Komalan Rt 01 No. 12 Blora Jawa Tengah
KZ2000 SEMARANGKios No.19 Pasar Burung Karimata Semarang, Jawa Tengah
Contact : (024) 3581375

RIDERS 024 SEMARANG
Jl. Blimbing No.5 Semarang, Jawa Tengah
Contact : (024) 8452341

MERZY OWNERS CLUB KUDUS (MOCK)
Samping Museum Kretek Gg. Kr. Manggis, Jawa Tengah

MOTOR MERZY KLATEN (MOZYK)
Jl. Mayor Kusmanto No.108 Klaten, Jawa Tengah
Contact : (0272) 321067 Fax.(0272) 321067

KEBO LANDOH MERZY CLUB (KLMC)
Jl. R.Suprapto No.102 Purwodadi grobogan Jawa Tengah
Contact : (0292) 551605

MERZY BLACK REBON (MBR)
Sekretariat : Jl. Pabrik Pari No.10 Juwana, Jawa Tengah
Contact : 081325120601,08882595462

BACKBONE MERZY CLUB BREBES
Jl. Tentara Pelajar Kota Baru 7 No. 21 RT.03 RW.20
Brebes 52212
Contact :
e-mail : irfan_backbone@yahoo.com
Phone : (0283) 3292187

MERZY CLUB INDONESIA SEMARANG (MCIS)


EAST JAVA REGION

COBRA (BLUE BIKERS DIVISION MALANG)
Jl. Hamid Rusdi Timur VII/53
Malang, Jawa Timur
Contact : (0341) 358493

MAJAPAHIT MERZY CLUB
Jl. Jaksa Agung R.Suprapto No.12 Mojokerto, Jawa Timur

SIDOARJO MERZY CLUB (SMC)
Jl. Wisma Sarinadi T-33 Sidoarjo, Jawa Timur
Contact : (031) 8966980

SURABAYA MERZY CLUB INDONESIA (SMCI)
Jl. Sidorukun Lebar 31 Surabaya, Jawa Timur
Contact : (031) 8966980

COBRA (HARD BIKERS DIVISION SURABAYA)
Jl. Imam Bonjol 105 Krian SIdoarjo, Jawa Timur
Contact: (031) 8972309

BMC SURABAYA
Jl. Petemon III SUrabaya, Jawa Timur
Contact : (031) 5490690

BLOODY RANGERS SIDOARJO
Jl. Ksatrian Perum Park Royal Regency Blok R1 No.9 Buduran Sidoarjo
Contact :
e-mail : forta_satria@yahoo.co.id
phone :0818 2644861

INDEPENDENT MERZY CLUB SIDOARJO (IMC)
Jl. Sono Indah Utara No. 4 RT.02/05 Sidokerto, Buduran
Sidoarjo.
Contact : Purnama (085648540321)

JEMBER MERZY CLUB (JMC)
Jl. Semeru 1 A-9
68121 Jember, Jawa Timur
Contact :
Phone : 081311400773
E-mail : yefrixe@yahoo.com

MERZY RIDER CLUB MAJENANG (MRC)
Jl. Raya cimanggu no 27 pos 53256
Kontak Person : Herri (081542622500)

INDONESIA MERZY CLUB SIDOARJO 


KZ200 SOERABAJA
Seketariat Jalan Raya Nginden No.135 
Contact Person : Bagonk 0818317351 - 03170272955, Jaka 081931055774 - 0317787594

BALI AND LOMBOK REGION

BALI MERZY CLUB
Jl. Nangka Utara Permata Arsandi B/27
Denpasar, Bali
Contact : (0361) 418227

MATARAM MERZY BROTHER (MMB)
Jln. Gunung Sasak No:28 Dasan Agung Mataram Lombok NTB.
Tlp. ( 0370 ) 6825717 Hp: 0818366183 ( IRFAN )

SUMATERA REGION

SRIWIJAYA MOTOR CLUB (SMOC)
Jl.Kapten A. Rivai / Bintan No.952 RT.015 RW.004
Lorok Pakjo Ilir Barat I, Palembang 30137
Contact :
e-mail : rum_kz200@yahoo.com
Phone : 08136883328 & 0819684829

MAD ELEPHANT MOTOR MODIFIKASI LAMBUNG MANGKURAT
Jl. Panglima Polim Comp. TNI No. 38 Segalaminder
Tanjung Karang Barat, Bandar Lampung
Contact: (0721) 706715

MEDAN MERZY CLUB (MMC)
Jl. Belat No.44 Medan Sumatera Utara
Tlp. (0616) 631781

MEHOBA (MERZY HOOD BIKERS ATJEH)
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Kawasaki KZ200 Cable Scheme

 

Here the original cable scheme diagram for Kawasaki KZ200 European and US Market.

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Kawasaki KZ-200 Series

1977-78 KZ200-A1


  • Single Over Head
  • Camshaft
  • 5-Speed Return Shift
  • Color
  • Fuel Tank: Cerulean Blue, Garnet Brown
  • Front Fender: Chrome
  • Engine No.: KZ200AE000001-
  • Frame No.: KZ200A-000004 -
  • Parts Catalogue No.: 99997-683 plus 99997-683-01R, (G) 99997-683-50S, (E) 99997-687
  • Owner's Manual No.: 99932-001-00, (E) 99983-052-00
  • Shop Manual No.: 99931-541-00
  • Remarks: Four-stroke, single-cylinder commuter, with mechanical front disc brake, safety side stand, and electric starter. Steering lock is combined with ignition switch.




1979 KZ200-A2

  • 200 cc
  • Four-stroke, 1 Cylinder
  • Over Head Camshaft
  • 5-Speed, Return Shift
  • Tire Sire
  • Front: 2.75- 18 4PR
  • Rear: 3-25-17 6PR
  • Color
  • Fuel Tank: Metallic Black (except (L)), Firecracker Red
  • Front Fender: Chrome
  • Engine No.: KZ200AE026501~
  • Frame No.: KZ200A-026501~
  • Parts Catalogue No.: (U) 99910-1027-01 plus 99910-1027-50R, -51R
  • (E) 99910-1041-02, (G) 99930-1052-02
  • Service Manual No.:
  • (U) 99924-1009-01,(E)(G) 99931-541-03
  • Owner's Manual No.:
  • (U) 99920-1047-01, (E)(G) 99922-1025-02
  • Remarks: Four-stroke, 1 Cylinder Commuter. Mechanical front disc 'brake, safety side stand, electric starter, steering lock combined with ignition switch.

 



1980 KZ200-A3

  • Color
  • Fuel Tank : Firecracker Red , Metallic Black
  • Front Fender: Chrome
  • Engine No.: KZ200AE036501 -
  • Frame No.: KZ200A-036611 -
  • Parts Catalogue No. : Same as KZ200-A2
  • Service Manual No.: 99931-541-03
  • Owner's Manual No.: 99922-1080-02 , (S) 99923-1016-01
  • Major Changes: Automatic chain tensioner, carburetor, fork emblem.

 



1981 KZ200-A4

  • Color
  • Fuel Tank: Brilliant Blue, Moon Dust Silver
  • Front Fender: Chrome
  • Engine No.: KZ200AE054201
  • Frame No.: KZ200A-042001
  • Parts Catalogue No.: 99910-1131-01 , (E) Microfiche
  • Service Manual No.: 99931-541-03
  • Owner's Manual No.: 99922-1101-01
  • Major Changes: Transistorized ignition, color & graphic, rear shock absorbers.

 



1982 KZ200-A5

  • Four-stroke, 1 Cylinder, Single Over Head Camshaft,
  • 5-Speed, Return Shift
  • Color
  • Fuel Tank: Luminous Passion Red, Galaxy Silver
  • Front Fender: Chrome plated
  • Engine No: KZZOOAE068501 -
  • Frame No: KZZ00A-045804 -
  • Parts Catalogue No: 99910-1731-02
  • Service Manual No: 99931-541-05
  • Owner's Manual No: 99922-1774-01
  • Remarks: Commuter bike. Mechanical front disc brake, rear drum brake, steering lock combined with ignition switch.

 



1983-85 KZ200-A6

  • Color
  • Fuel Tank: Galaxy Silver, Luminous Passion Red
  • Front Fender: Chrome plated
  • Engine No: KZ200AE082501 -
  • Frame No: KZ200A-046801 -
  • Parts Catalogue No: 99910-1316-01
  • (UK) 99917-5162-02 (Micro)
  • Service Manual No: Same as 2200-A5
  • Owner's Manual No: 99922-1233-02
  • Changes: Hydraulic front disc brake, Camshaft, balancer mechanism.

 



Chopper Anaconda

Creativity Raynaldo Handoko of Semarang deserves two thumbs up. How not. Only with machines Kawasaki KZ-200 Binter Merzy gift of a friend who is now in Australia. Modified BJM members who are also traders of variation, accessories importer and builder of this engine is also able to build a cool ProStreet chopper.

Raynaldo here, which is familiarly called Han-Han, to exploit existing ideas in his brain. The choice, the style of the genre masterpiece of American chopper style. "The idea is to see from the plots Chica Custom Chopper, United States," he explained.


He relied on in creating handmade. Start of frame, body, taped up trappings variations. In addition, he has cultivated a strong and terkonsep details.

Almost all sides until Footstep, standards, and the brake lever is formed through captivating taste. "His name is also handmade, we become more flexible in creating," he explained.

To order constructed of pipe schedule 3/4 dim neatly formed and measured precision. Because, rather than merely being pursued beautiful, but can be worn comfortably. "Do not get in a good shape, but when it climbed only baseball center because of faulty design," added Han-Han.

Anaconda wearing body resembling a galvanized plate. Technically, the cultivation of 0.8-mm plate material was quite complex. Have to be patient and neat and symmetrical because not enough just to set up master and print like fiberglass.

"That's where his art. In addition to consideration as well as connect the body from front to back, it must seem sturdy plastic and does not impress," why choose disposable plates.

Another performance of the work of the prominent Han-Han, see the distinctive exhaust design tastes of the chopperis. Two short lengths of pipe bending slope at the side of the machine. Then, air filter, swing arm, and several sharp curves dominated motor side, supporting the body design of Anaconda.

Jap Style a.k.a Japanese Style

Japanese Style or Jap Style is a genre of motorcycle modification, its minimalist and almost naked. Usually has the characteristics of the large tires and throwing accessories are not necessary. Only some important parts are still mounted as headlight, turn lights, and brake lights. Maybe some pictures below can inspired you.









It's My Bike! (Kawasaki KZ200 - 1982)

This is some pictures of my motorbike Kawasaki KZ200 as known as Binter Merzy where I bought it about years ago. You can see the metamorphosis of it. Add some cheap component I've bought from secondhand market. No need to spend much money to restore it. I love this bike, and I don't want to lose it!

This style inspired by Harley Davidson WLA 1942.



And this one I adopted from Police Motorcycle.



Applying some accessories like engine guard, passenger footsteps and replace the original handlebar with custom pipe.
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I don't know what kind of style on my next project. Just wait...!

Binter Merzy Brothers - Another Classic Motorcycle of Kawasaki

Voyager
This motorcycle is a Cruiser type from Kawasaki. With big engine capacity about 1300cc.





Eliminator

The Kawasaki Eliminator is a cruiser-type motorcycle that has been produced in several variants since its introduction in 1985 as the ZL900. Currently billed as a "power cruiser", the first two incarnations of the bike, namely the 1985 and 1986 ZL900 models, were in fact almost street replicas of a drag style bike, featuring shaft drive, very short gearing and forward seating with a handlebar that barely qualified as legal. The motor for both of these machines was in fact the same motor available in the 900cc Ninja of the same year, albeit with slightly different exhaust and intake configurations. These were, and remain, two of the highest performing straight line un-cowled motorcycles to be sold to the public.



Kawasaki KZ1300

This bike has six cylinder with 1300cc capacity.


Kawasaki Z900/Z1

The Z1 Kawasaki was a motorcycle introduced in 1972 by Kawasaki Heavy Industries. It has been described as the world's first superbike, but that term is probably better applied to Honda's CB750, which introduced the four-cylinder, across the frame, disc-braked layout.



Kawasaki KZ750 (Twin)

Produced for model year 1983, the Kawasaki KZ750 L3 was very similar to the 1982 Gpz750. This is the year during which the Gpzs made the jump towards "sportbikes", while the KZ line branched off as "sport cruisers". This model can be distinguished by the three horizontal stripes along the gas tank and tailpiece, orange, red and yellow, and the lack of fairing typical on GPZ bikes of the same era. The Kawasaki inline-four engines are considered very robust and reliable. Therefore, this motorcycle, and others with similar engines, are sought after for their rideability and repairability.