1986 Suzuki LS 650 Savage Troubleshooting, Repair, Maintenance & Tune…

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Suzuki LS 650

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I a 1986 suzuki 650 savage the seems to have a problem. It flooding gas coming out the over I took it off and took the float off and replaced the needle needle set and Put it back on ran fine for about minutes than gas started out the overflow again. took it to the dealer they ajusted the and I took it home same

Yea these carbs can be a real sometimes to get right. First you need to do is varify the float is working and totally stopping all flow. and all the jets, main, and choke circuit are absolutely Bench test the float valve by connecting a hose to the fuel line nipple and gas gravity feed as it would in a run if it tests ok, remount it on the bike.

i’m guessing you have a petcock on this year If you do, it needs to be inspected.

how much oil it take?

i got a buddie with an 86 LS650 savage. he is saying the manual is telling hin to ground the to a groove and that the rocker should have free but her isnt getting freeplay

The must be on TDC when checking clearance.

The motor must be cold, not warm or hot.

IF you know where TDC is then off the cap so you can see the rotor/flywheel turning and it has marks on it. it until you see the T mark is lined up. clearance.

If no clearance turn the motor one revolution until you see the T mark is up again, now check the clearance. if you get on TDC this is the compression …. is where you want the motor checking/adjusting the valves clearance.

have to pull the rocker off and inspect the timing chain.

To for a stuck valve, watch the as you turn the motor over, and see if are moving at all.(inspect that are moving throught the cap you removed to adjustment).

As for the alternator, you can ground it anywhere on the or motor, because the frame/motor is to the battery.

metal in the engine a timing chain Just a Savage 650, from my who says there’s metal in the from a timing chain broke and needs to be fixed. a handy guy (wood worker) but worked on a motorcycle engine Any idea how start down the to do this? Is there a service that i can buy that might me take it apart clean it out and put it together step by step?

Any would be GREATLY appreciated!

Suzuki LS 650
Suzuki LS 650

Yes, you will need a and they are available; The 2nd of the links threads to a free downloadable (you just have to and put up with advert’s mailed to you in the free 12 day trial period)

You can order the appropriate Service from a Suzuki dealer at a cost or seek Clymer or workshop manuals from accessories stores. These cover several years and for a specific model and can be very to the novice.

This fixya has many manual ads.

ebay often has cheap as do some bike recyclers or generally in a big box near sales

For a total strip down you may Special Tools to accomplish (at exhorbitant cost from generally a $25 rotor puller and a toolkit will get you there.

The first site below has views of the motorcycle so you can at least yourself with the parts of the job You may also see what type of you may require and the gaskets, clips, etc. you will encounter. And the of metal you’re looking

Nearly all work on the motor barrel, heads and pistons and sidecovers of crankcases can be done motor still in frame.

a bit of luck, if you drain the engine oil and the Right side cover cover approx 12 bolts) you see the lower camchain sprocket. The runs OUTSIDE inner halves and broken piece may lie at of housing. Drain oil over a in a pan.

Suzuki LS 650
Suzuki LS 650
Suzuki LS 650
Suzuki LS 650
Suzuki LS 650
Suzuki LS 650
Suzuki LS 650
Suzuki LS 650
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