Why wont your 1998 suzuki gsxr 750 start when it is hot but will when it is cold?
Does it turn over? If not could be starter going bad If it does could be a form of vapor lock causing fuel to vaporize to soon
Another possibility: I found with my 2003 GSX-R 750 that an old battery may not have enough power to turn your motor over when it's hot.
How do you stop suzuki gsxr 1998 750 fuel injection blowing no 1 cylinder this will be fourth engine?
No, not just bolt on and go, get the rear spacer from the gsxr wheel and install rear wheel with that spacer and remove te stock one that's on the Busa, then mill .125 off the rear brake caliper hanger so it tightens to the wheel.. as for the front you'll need the gsxr 1000 rotors too, as well as spacers from the gsxr for them to fit a Busa.
There's no such thing as a 'Suzuki Ninja' 'Ninja' is the trademarked name of a series of Kawasaki's sport bikes, Suzuki's sport bikes trademarked name is 'GSXR' e.g. A Kawasaki ZX-10R would be similar to a Suzuki GSXR-1000, there are a lot of different things on each bike but a lot of Suzuki and Kawasaki parts are interchangeable on various bikes.