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Kawasaki Ninja 250R EX250 Fuel Tank Petcock Assembly Petrol Tap 51023-1393 – Write Up

Kawasaki NINJA 250R 1988-2007 EX250 Fuel Petcock Assembly Tank Tap 51023-1393 Genuine OEM

Product Write Up – Genuine Kawasaki Fuel Petcock Assembly 51023-1393

parts.wiki Model Applications:
Kawasaki EX250 NINJA 250R 1988-2007

With few mechanical changes (except cosmetic and tuning) for model years 1988 thru 2007, the Kawasaki EX250 Ninja 250R has been a popular entry level sport bike.  It has also gained popularity with road racing leagues such as Chuckwalla Valley Motorcycle Association, where grids can be 30+ deep with Ninja 250s and 300s,  KTM RC390 and Yamaha R3.  Our write up today is for the genuine Kawasaki petcock assembly  OEM number 51023-1393.

Kawasaki NINJA 250R 1988-2007 EX350 Fuel Petcock Assembly Tank Tap 51023-1393 Genuine OEM
Kawasaki NINJA 250R 1988-2007 EX250 Fuel Petcock Assembly Tank Tap 51023-1393 Genuine OEM

Description: This part goes by many names around the world, here are just a few: Fuel Petcock, Gas Valve, Fuel Tap, Petrol Valve. Petrol Tap, Fuel Switch

Features:  This is a vacuum  type petcock with “OFF”, “ON” and “RESERVE” positions. Brass main line into the fuel tank has a height of 80mm with nylon type filter screen on top. The reserve line is flush to the base and draws from the bottom of the tank.  Includes special o-ring that sits between the tank and petcock. This assembly is rebuildable with a kit from  K&L Supply 18-2702 which includes the diaphragm (which is also sold individually K&L # 18-6638) .

Kawasaki NINJA 250R 1988-2007 EX350 Fuel Petcock Assembly Tank Tap 51023-1393 Genuine OEM
Kawasaki NINJA 250R 1988-2007 EX250 Fuel Petcock Assembly Tank Tap 51023-1393 Genuine OEM

Part Number Supersession History:  Over the years this part has had 3 different part numbers. This is the part number history in order of oldest to newest, left to right respectively —-> 51023-1139, 51023-1309, 51023-1393.

Dimensions: 35mm bolt hole center to center. Tank Side Base is 55mm x 21.4mm Oval. Main line tube in tank height is 80mm.

 

Kawasaki NINJA 250R 1988-2007 EX350 Fuel Petcock Assembly Tank Tap 51023-1393 Genuine OEM
Kawasaki NINJA 250R 1988-2007 EX250 Fuel Petcock Assembly Tank Tap 51023-1393 Genuine OEM

Original Manufacturer: Based on the “triple crescent” markings presented in a “T G” shape on the assembly, parts.wiki has deemed this unit to be manufactured by taiyogikenTaiyo Giken.  Taiyo Giken is a major OE manufacturer of fuel related products such as petcock assemblies, manual and vaccuum operated fuel valves.

Kawasaki NINJA 250R 1988-2007 EX250 Fuel Petcock Assembly Tank Tap 51023-1393 Genuine OEM
Kawasaki NINJA 250R 1988-2007 EX250 Fuel Petcock Assembly Tank Tap 51023-1393 Genuine OEM

Additional Details and Photos:  Kawasaki 51023-1393

References: Official Kawasaki Genuine Parts Lookup , Chuckwalla Valley Raceway , Taiyo Giken

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Kawasaki KX65 KX85 KX100 Fuel Petcock Tank Tap Genuine OEM 51023-0024 – Write Up

Kawasaki KX65 KX85 KX100 KX125 KX250 Fuel Petcock Assembly Tank Tap 51023-0024

Product Write Up – Genuine Kawasaki Fuel Petcock Assembly 51023-0024

Need to replace your fuel petcock with a new Genuine Kawasaki part? Sometimes these dirt bikes are in too rough a shape to rebuild or your client just wants a new one. When an aftermarket unit won’t do, here is the parts.wiki info on Kawasaki OEM number 51023-0024.

parts.wiki Model Applications:
Kawasaki KX100 2001-2017
Kawasaki KX65 2000-2017
Kawasaki KX85 2001-2017
Kawasaki KX125 1999-2004
Kawasaki KX250 1999-2002

Description: This part goes by many names around the world, here are just a few: Fuel Petcock, Gas Valve, Fuel Tap, Petrol Valve. Petrol Tap, Fuel Switch

Features:  A simple gravity fed fuel petcock with just an “On” and “Off” position. No reserve position. Single, mesh type in-tank filter, possibly nylon material. Includes the special o-ring that sits between the tank and petcock. The fuel line output is vertical and down. You’ll find this similar petcock body type used in all sorts of Yamahas and Kawasakis with various fuel line output direction and sizes. This assembly is rebuildable with a kit from K&S Technologies 55-4001  or from K&L Supply 18-2727 . With modern fuel, you may find youself rebuilding fuel petcocks more frequently.

Kawasaki KX65 KX85 KX100 KX125 KX250 Fuel Petcock Assembly Tank Tap 51023-0024
Kawasaki KX65 KX85 KX100 KX125 KX250 Fuel Petcock Assembly Tank Tap 51023-0024

Part Number Supersession History:  Over the years this part has had 4 different part numbers. This is the part number history in order of oldest to newest, left to right respectively —->   51023-1257, 51023-1338, 51023-1339, 51023-0024

Dimensions: 35mm bolt hole center to center. Tank Side Base is 56.6mm x 20.6mm Oval.

Kawasaki KX65 KX85 KX100 KX125 KX250 Fuel Petcock Assembly Tank Tap 51023-0024
Kawasaki KX65 KX85 KX100 KX125 KX250 Fuel Petcock Assembly Tank Tap 51023-0024

Original Manufacturer: As the detailed photo below shows, there is the iconic “M” marking on the petcock assembly. If you’ve owned motorcycles, you’re probably seen this stamp or something similar on your carburetor body. This marking    mikuni_company_logo-svg   indicates this is made by MIKUNI Corporation of Japan. Mikuni is one of the major fuel related parts manufacturers and suppliers  to the big four (Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha).

Kawasaki KX65 KX85 KX100 KX125 KX250 Fuel Petcock Assembly Tank Tap 51023-0024
Kawasaki KX65 KX85 KX100 KX125 KX250 Fuel Petcock Assembly Tank Tap 51023-0024

Additional Photos and Information:  More info on our parts.wiki knowledge base.
References: Official Kawasaki Genuine Parts Lookup

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Yamaha XS650 Carburetor Intake Manifold Boots From K&L-TourMax

Yamaha XS650 1975-1979 Carburetor Intake Boot

Yamaha XS650 Carburetor Intake Manifold Boot From K&L-TourMax  Part Number 11-4210

Do you or your client have a Yamaha XS650 that needs new intake boots? Over the course of time the “Original Equipment Manufacturer” (OEM) parts from Yamaha eventually become “No Longer Available” (NLA).  Although Yamaha has discontinued the intake manifolds for the 1975-1979 XS650 (B/C/D/E/F Models), there is still a quality offering on the market today.  K&L Supply/TourMax 11-4210 has the intake boots for your XS650 sold in a kit.

Here is our 5 point rundown:

  1. The kit fits the 1975-1979 XS650B, XS650C, XS650D, XS650E, XS650F  “standards” as well as the 1974 TX650. 
    1. — It does NOT fit the later model years such as the XS650S Special. See K&L 11-6239 for these later models. Additionally it does not fit the early XS-1 and XS-1B models. 
  2. parts.wiki deems these to be sourced from the original equipment manufacturer to Yamaha, made by Arai Seisakusho Co, Ltd of Japan (ARS).
  3. Since these are original equipment replacements, they are designed for the stock Mikuni BS38 38mm CV carburetors.
  4. It is sold as a kit and includes the LEFT and RIGHT side manifolds as well as the two gaskets. It does not include new clamps to secure the carburetor.
  5. Affordably priced, exact replacement make this a parts.wiki buy for those who are restoring, building a cafe racer, brat, bobber or chopper.

parts.wiki has more useful information including detailed photos, expanded model applications, product dimensions, package dimensions, part number supersession and OEM reference part numbers can be found in the Product Knowledge Base. Or purchase on Amazon

 


Resources:

Official K&L Supply Website

Official Yamaha Parts Lookup

Yamaha XS650 Forum XS650.com

Arai Seisakusho Co Japan

Yamaha XS650 Wikipedia

Mike’s XS Model ID Info

Please note that some 3rd party websites may not display the actual product photo. When shopping, be sure to look for the manufacturer part number. It is our mission to document parts with actual product photos taken by parts.wiki staff.

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Carburetor Intake Boot/Manifolds From K&L Supply

K&L Supply has a large assortment of carburetor holders, which also go by the names “carb boot”, “carb flange” or “intake manifolds”. These parts sit in between the carburetor and engine cylinder and often need replacement from cracking or tearing over time. We’ve started to document these parts in detail as we get our hands on them. The kits are often packaged in the TourMax branded boxes and many are sourced from OEM manufacturers such as ARS and KOYO. We’ll do our best to identify which ones are likely genuine sourced parts and provide detailed information.  Besides detailed photos, we’ll input product dimensions, OEM references as well as additional model applications the manufacturer may not have updated in their catalogs.  At parts.wiki we want to provide you with as much information as possible before making that purchase or preparing to service a customers vehicle.

You can find details on these items here:

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What is parts.wiki?

You found us on the interwebs, we are humbled by your presence! Well, now that we have your attention let us tell you a bit about parts.wiki and the purpose of this site.

What?: Our goal is to provide valuable information not usually found or documented by parts manufacturers. We do this so the end consumer, mechanics and retailers have all the necessary information they need to make to make an accurate and well informed purchase. We’ll make sure to provide original product photos, country of origin, dimensions and most importantly model application info.

Why?: parts.wiki is here to help you. We have been active in the business side of the industry and have seen a lot. Often the information on service parts are non-existent, or generic in the form a of “feed”.  This “feed” information is shared across hundreds if not thousands of online retailers making product descriptions seem the same. We hope to do better.

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When?: Our team will document parts in detail as frequently as we can (we do have day jobs you know).

P.S.  We don’t sell anything at parts.wiki but will provide purchase links to trusted retailers and partners for the parts we discuss and document. In some cases me may make a small commission from these partners to help support this site.

OK, enough with the serious stuff, here are some bike photos from the recent 2016 INTERMOT show in Cologne Germany we attended.

Intermot 2016 Cologne Germany - VR46 MotoGP - Valentino Rossi's Bike

img_3206Intermot 2016 Cologne Germany - VR46 MotoGP

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