Suzuki GS Motorcycle Illustrated Repair and Maintenance

Rubric: Suzuki | 24 Мар 2015 | Комментарии к записи Suzuki GS Motorcycle Illustrated Repair and Maintenance отключены
Suzuki GS Motorcycle Illustrated Repair and Maintenance

Replace Intake Boot O-Rings Applies specifically to the 1980-1983 Suzuki GS850. Applies in principle to other Suzuki GS models with o-ring seals on the intake boots. This repair is very simple but I felt that it would be useful to share a few tips. Preparation Remove fuel tank and seat Remove airbox and carburetors Obtain 4 new o-rings (duh!) Obtain new intake boots if there are ANY cracks or separations in yours. Cracked or separated intake boots CANNOT be repaired with RTV silicone, chewing gum, JB weld, epoxy, Elmer’s glue, or spitballs. They last about 20 years, so every GS needs or will shortly need new intake boots. If yours are bad, cough up the money and order new ones ...

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Katana Central — Bike June 1982

Rubric: Suzuki | 19 Мар 2015 | Комментарии к записи Katana Central — Bike June 1982 отключены
Katana Central — Bike June 1982

Past Reviews: Bike — June 1982 Testers: Dave Calderwood and Brecon Quaddy Photography: Tim Bishopp and Ian McKinnell Which of the following statements is nearest the truth? A) Middleweight motorcycles are good value because they offer reasonable power and low weight at a sensible price; B) middleweight motorcycles are dull as ditchwater because they’re so sensible; C) anything less than the ultimate is well, less; or D) starting features with a question is cheap-shot journalism. The right answers are A, C, and particularly D, which is an immutable cosmic principle and the first sentence is only there because I’ve been sitting here for three days chewing fags and trying ...

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Suzuki GT550 — Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rubric: Suzuki | 15 Мар 2015 | Комментарии к записи Suzuki GT550 — Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia отключены
Suzuki GT550 — Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Suzuki GT550 This article possibly contains original research . Please improve it by verifying the claims made and adding inline citations. Statements consisting only of original research may be removed. (November 2012) The Suzuki GT550 is a two-…. air-cooled, three cylinder 1970s-era motorcycle in Suzuki’s Grand Touring GT series. Even though total production of the 550 exceeded 60,000 examples spread over a six model year production run, this total was exceeded by both of its three cylinder GT series brothers. Suzuki produced over 80,000 units of the GT750 and over 100, 000 units of the GT380. [ citation needed ] All three models were originally offered for sale with the beginning ...

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1977 Suzuki GS550 New to me having hard time starting up — Fixya

Rubric: Suzuki | 21 Фев 2015 | Комментарии к записи 1977 Suzuki GS550 New to me having hard time starting up — Fixya отключены
1977 Suzuki GS550 New to me having hard time starting up — Fixya

1977 Suzuki GS550 New to me having hard time starting up sometimes. (not a 550 L, but I didn’t see a plain 550 in the model choice) I can start her up and she runs fine. But sometimes I have to play with the choke to get her going, even when it’s warm outside. I pulled the plugs and the two on right are oil-fouled with what looks like some crust? The two plugs on the left are pretty decent, what I would consider normal. If there is a way to upload pics, I’d show you. I can’t tell if there is enough oil or too much by the port glass, but is it possible that there might be too much oil in the bike? I will be shopping for plugs, filter and oil after work tonight. Also ...

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Suzuki GS550 — Common problems for Suzuki GS550’s

Rubric: Suzuki | 3 Янв 2015 | Комментарии к записи Suzuki GS550 — Common problems for Suzuki GS550’s отключены
Suzuki GS550 — Common problems for Suzuki GS550’s

Mike’s GS550 motorcycle blog. Location: Honolulu, Hawaii After removing the carbs and the carb boots, I took the carbs apart and cleaned them.  The pilots were dirty, the other jet systems were pretty clean.  I had a replacement carb o-ring kit but didn’t put it to use when I realized the carbs would have to be unbolted from the rack and completely disassembled.  That’s a lot of work! After reassembly, I cleaned the bodies of carbs 1 and 4 (the carbs you can see when they’re mounted on the bike), along with the carb tops.  Then I painted on a clear coat, using a paint brush.  The clear coat is called “Diamond Finish” made by KBS Coatings.  This is a great product, ...

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