Joined: Aug 2009
From: Waterford, MI
I Ride: 98 zx-7r, 84 honda vf 750f
well first off welcome to the last generation of the zx7r. now there are a few tests to help break down where your problem may be. if you want to see if your getting ignition the easiest way is to remove a plug one at a time, connect it to the wire and touch the plug to the engine and try to start it, do this to every cylinder and if you can see a spark your probably in good shape ignition wise. in my experience with older bikes the most common fault is the fuel system. with your airbox pulled off spray a little bit of starting fluid in the intakes and try and start it. if it stumbles or tries to start than you most likely have a fuel issue and you will need to clean your carbs. be careful with starting fluid because too much can damage to your engine by detonation.
Sir Airplane Greasin, Curve Carvin, Badass Mofo Monkey Whore of ZXF
98 ZX7R -
84 VF 750 F - Blown Head Gasket (in repair on backburner...)
if your not living on the edge your taking up too much space