0-60 for 2005 gsxr 750?
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On the left side of the tail section there should be a key hole use the ignition key and turn at the same time pulling up on the seat.
at the front of the bike, should be factory mounted on the gauge bracket. also there are some fuses under the tail fairing, left side of the seat
depends on how hard you ride, weather and road conditions, but overall anywhere from 30-60 mpg. I own this bike, and shifting between 8,000 and 12,000 rpm, with an average speed of 62 miles per hour (mostly highway) I average 58 miles per gallon.
if your sitting on your bike its on the left, its a black plastic screw in a black tube it could also be on the left side of the throttle bodys if they have been changed to a newer year and this will be a gold screw there's two there one handles the rpm for idle the other handles the rpm while on ch…oke or fast idle since it's fuel injected. (MORE)
The Suzuki GSX-R750 2006-2007 Service manual says "FUEL, OIL AND ENGINE COOLANT RECOMMENDATION FUEL (FOR USA AND CANADA) Use only unleaded gasoline of at least 90 pump octane (R/2 + M/2). Gasoline containing MTBE (Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether), less than 10% ethanol, or less than 5% methanol with ap…propriate cosolvents and corrosion inhibitor is permissible." (MORE)
youll be looking at around 186 maybe a little less depending on what u done to the bike!!. That would be 299 KM/h for the Canadians :P
try warming your spark plugs with a lighter, if that does not work check your fuel mixture, or clean the carburetor.
PLUG GAP SHOULD BE 0.6-0.7MM.BEST PLUG IS AN NGK D9EA.. PLUG GAP SHOULD BE 0.6-0.7MM.BEST PLUG IS AN NGK D9EA.
The spark plug gap on a 2000 GSX-R750 should be set at .026 inches.A new spark plug may be purchased from any auto parts retailer.
nah 00-03 fits, 04-05 fits and 06-07 fits....so 03 wont fit 05.. nah 00-03 fits, 04-05 fits and 06-07 fits....so 03 wont fit 05.
The spark plug gap for a 1995 Suzuki GSX-R750 should be set between.7 and .8 mm. This is equal to between .028 and .031 inches.
premium, especially if u dont want to cause carb problems or worse with dirt particles is bad gas
yes it is a school bus and they was built by 3 companies honda,kawasaki,and yamaha they put shed up in the backyard and each sent 5 workers .So 15 people from these 3 companies built every gsxr 750 ever built.what else do you want to know about these school buses.
3.6 Litres, and allow another 0.2 litres for the capacity of the oil filter if doing an oil change...
Problem is probably CKP sensor ... AKA Crank Shaft Sensor ... AKA Signal Generator .... AKA Pulse Generator .... Change it out
Yes and no. It depends on the parts that you want to interchange. Most of the plastics will interchange, only one that comes to mind that doesn't is the chain guard. Some of the motor parts will work clutch, oil pan, etc. But the carbs are different. Easiest thing to do if get a hold of a Manual and… check the part numbers that you want to switch out, of just do some searching for the parts that your wondering about. There are quite a few sites that are dedicated just to GSX-R / Gixxer bikes. (MORE)
If you are looking for the fusebox in general its located by the battery. Just take your seat off and look by the battery. That's where its located on my 93katana750. Good Luck
Step 1 Jack rear end and support solidly. Step 2 Remoce cotter pin from rear axle Step 3 remove rear caliper and from rotor and push put of the way Step 4 loosen axle bolt Step 5 remove axle and spacers, becarful to note spacer location Step 6 remove chain from sprocet and remove wheel from swingar…m. (MORE)
Remove the plug on the bottom of the oil pan. Allow the motor oilto drain out. Replace the plug to its original position. Fill themotor with oil.
I get around 41 on the freeway and low 30's through the back roads having some fun...
the year motor is 2002 and frame is 2000. Not directly bolting no, I have seen it done but it takes fabrication. and no I would not try an 02 750 motor in an 00 600 frame as these are very differant. The 00 600 was a SRAD which is more like a 98-99 750
If it`s one of the old models 1986 and up to 1991 I am sure it fits directly in the frame, sine I have a 1985 gsxr 750 myself with a tuned up 1100 engine, but it`s a dangerous bike because the frame is not stabil enough with so much power.
They are located in the front cavity, on the left, slightly below the instrument panel, just behind the fuse box. It's a little black box which also does the kickstand and just pulls out.
hey i don't know how long this thread has been up but i don't have a direct answer for you but i can help you attain that answer. under the oil cap there is going to be a value engraved on the cover(in mL). mine(2005 gsxr 750) is 2800mL. i just went to this website, http://www.worldwidemetric.com/me…tcal.htm, and scroll down to the volume section and type your volume amount in the mL section and click convert on the far right. then look at how many quarts your mL is worth. best of luck! (MORE)
what is the front fork oil capacity for showa upside down forks on a 1997 suzuki 750cc gsxr?. what is the front fork oil capacity for showa upside down forks on a 1997 suzuki 750cc gsxr?
Take the Allen wrench that came in your tool kit and remove the 2 bolts just below the drivers seat (1 on each side). Then you can unscrew the positive and negative terminals on the battery and pull the battery out.
Depends how you ride it. Usually though, I change mine every 2k miles with a new filter on every other change. If you are constantly at high temps (sitting in traffic alot) or high revs (racing) you should change it more frequesntly becomes the oil will break down faster and lose its viscosity. You …can switch to full synthetic if you want to spend the extra money and it might allow you to squeeze out some more mileage between changes. (MORE)
The top speed of a stock suzuki gsxr 750 is 180 mph i think it can run faster if you tune it up and modify the engine with racing parts
my 2004gixxer 750 is puttin out 127 rwhp with a full exhaust Yoshi RS3 and a power commander 3 san antonio Texas
Personally, If you do not know how many spark plugs your motorcycle uses, you probably don't need to be riding it. My feelings aside, the Suzuki GSX-R 750(as well as all models in the GSX-R family, the Yamaha R1, R6, the Honda CBR family, and the kawasaki zx/zzr family) are Inline 4 -cylinder eng…ines(I-4). As with any engine, you need one spark plug per cylinder. Since you have an I-4, you would need 4 spark plugs. If you have a V-twin or a parallel twin, you need 2 spark plugs. If you have a single cylinder engine(scooters, most dirtbikes or any other very small cc engine), you only need one cylinder. You will also need to make sure you buy the proper spark plug, and GAP THE SPARK PLUG TO THE CORRECT GAP!!!! I do not know the gap off the top of my head, but you should be able to find it in your owners manual, or do some searching online. (MORE)
131 rear-wheel hp 148 crank-hp @ 12 800 rpm (with RAM Air 156 pk @ 12 800 rpm )
0-60 - 3 seconds 0-100 - 6.53 seconds 1/4mile - 10.69 @ 126.6 60-0 - 117.6ft hp - 100.5 @ 13,000 torque - 45.6 @ 10,750
in order to change the tire on any bike you first have to take your chain off the tire, which etails a little more work that a car. in order to take the tire off you, have to take the front firings off and find your front sprocket. once you have located it you want to remove it and keep all the part…s. after you get the chain off you can begin to loosen the rear bolt that goes from fork to fork, then the tire should come right off. (MORE)
\n. \nPower\n148 hp (110.4 kW) @ 12800 rpm\nTorque\n86.3 Nm (63.7 ft. lbs) @ 10800 rpm\n. \nhttp://www.motorbikes.be/en/Suzuki_GSX-R_750_2005.aspx
I personally think a 2 brothers or a brocks it the way to go, just listen to some in person and you will be able to tell what you like. Everybody has a yoshi, so if you want one of those think about that first. Good luck.
Under the large round cover on the left hand side. About 5 Allen screws, a bit hard to get off as the magnets try to hold it on. There are three wires going into it at the top right.
An 03 Suzuki gsxr 750 is a dirt bike. This type of dirt bike hasonly one spark plug in the motor.
The fuse box is to the right of the gauge cluster. There are no additional fuses on this particular year and model.
The factory service manual states to use 10w-40 for normaloperating condition of the motorcycle. But depending on how the2005 Gsx-r is being used the type of oil can change.
No it doesn't. Most super sport bikes do not have a fuel gauge they rely on the rider to know. Pretty easy to plot though after a couple tanks.
no While the above answer is correct for a drag race.. in most cases..It will always depend on the rider. In a track day race, there are600s that can beat 1000s. The 1000 will always win on straightsthough. So the real answer is Yes and No. If your answer was morespecific on what kind a race you'd …get a better answer. (Edit:YG27) The question is not clear enough, another key point is the year ofthe bikes. A newer 750 will smoke a older 1000. However even a gsxr750 is a lot more bike then most riders can handle of any year. (MORE)
I have lost my keys does anyone know if the key code number is located on my bike and if so where would I find it I have a 2005 suzuki gsxr 750 20th anniversary edition K5?
Go to your local dealer w/vin in hand & proof of ownership. they will be able,tho not necessarily willing to get the code from records. They have the ability to go back to the original paperwork if you bought it used.
Hook up a manomitor. Match the guages as best you can using the three spring loaded screws between the carbs. Buy a manual
Um maybe you should go to the dealer if your askin....On my 99 but probably the same you have to take the seat off, tank off, throttle bodies off,wires off then you get to the spark plugs. DONT TRY TO SAVE A BUCK ON CHEAP ONES...put back together and put your gear on before you ride
Removing and replacing the clutch on any motorcycle is an involved job. Your best bet is to purchase a book like the Haynes manual which will take you through removing the clutch basket and replacing the clutch plates. It will also instruct you on the correct set up and oil for the clutch. Correct …set up of your clutch could save your life on any bike, so its best not to take chances by guessing. (MORE)
155mph / 160mph dont let anyone say difrent unles you start changing the gear ratios i have 890cc bigbore kit on mine with 1100crank and cdi and it redlines in top at just over 160 thats with standard gear ratios and i think thats fast enuth on our roads my friend on fireblade carnt keep up hehehe
CR9E Standard Copper Core and CR9EIX Iridium, NGK brand. Both will fit but I would recommend the Iridium plugs. .
Afraid not I have a 2000 GSXR 750 and it sits very proud. The small tongue like fixing point on the back end of the seat is too short. The retaining bolts on the front are too short they don't reach down enough
yes i actually can amigo. But i dont know if you can .Dont know if it is a direct plug in .I can wire it up even if it dont plug rite in .Other people can too. However i dont know if you are intelligent enough to use the 750 ignition on it or not.Try taking a few wiring classes.
the 750 motor will bolt onto your frame.I would use the 750 exhaust and electronics when possible also use the 750 fuel system and gas tank .please be careful the 750 motor weighs more and your front end will bounce and jump around like a trampoline then dive in a front brake emergency."it will wo…rk but would be safer in a 750 or a 1000 suspension and frame"be careful" (MORE)