Suzuki Motorcycles

Japanese multinational corporation Suzuki started producing motorcycles in 1952. The first models it produced were motorized bicycles. Some notable Suzuki motorcycles include Hayabusa (GSX-1300R), Burgman, RGV250,  GSX-R750, GSX-R750 and GSX-650F.

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What is 800 cc in horsepower?

80

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How do you remove a battery from a Suzuki sj50 scooter?

The battery is inside the floor pan on the right side. Undo the single screw and then slide out the battery.

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How much does a Suzuki RM 250 weigh?

the older ones way 230 pounds the newer ones way a little bit less

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How do you contact the suzuki motorcycle manufacturer?

You can search on google and from there you can get contact no. etc and then you contact them. Or the other way is that you can contact your nearly Suzuki dealer and get the contact no. from them.

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Can you put 2 stroke oil in a 4 stroke lawnmower?

No - it is formulated very differently. The crankcase of a four stroke engine needs conventional engine oil. DO NOT use two stroke oil in the crankcase.

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Where is the VIN on a Kawasaki motorcycle?

  • The VIN begins with the prefix "JKA", "JKB", "JK1", "JSA", or "LM4"
  • On all motorcycles it is stamped on the side of the steering head. On street-legal motorcycles, the VIN also appears on the Safety Certification Label affixed to, or near, the side of the steering head.

on the earily Kaws 73-? it the vin was the engine number, what year did the vin become the frame number?

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How does your Suzuki 250 quad runner get gas?

How Suzuki 250 Quad Runner Gets GasThe Suzuki 250 Quad Runner get gas from the tank through the pit cock into the carb through the intake and into the head.
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What is top speed for Suzuki ds80?

It kind of Depends on your Weight, But id say around 48 mph.

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Is the Suzuki RM85 the same as the Suzuki Jr80?

No.Not even close

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Where can you get suzuki GS1000 and TL1000 replica decals?

Sunrise Graphics in St. Annes nr Blackpool, do a full range of complete graphics for the GS range. Well priced and very helpful.

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Can a 2006 Suzuki katana fuel tank fit on a 1997 Suzuki katana?

Nope

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Where can you find a big bore kit for a Suzuki v-strom?

For the 650 V-Strom try JHS racing - they do a range of big bore kits for the Suzuki SV650 , and have previously indicated that they could do something for the Wee-Strom ( a 750cc kit ). It would cost about £1k , 2-3 days fitting .

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How do you fix a motorcycle tire that has a nail stuck in it?

Remove the tire from the wheel and repair it from the inside with a patch.

Answer:

I would not recommend this. While it can be helpful as a temporary fix (it's better than sitting on the side of the road, for sure), a plug or a patch should only be used until you can get a new tire.

Look at it this way. If you have a blowout in a car, the other three wheels are fine, and you'll coast to a stop. Maybe you scratch up your rim, maybe the sudden loss of control scares you. But in most cases, you don't crash.

On a motorcycle, if you have a blowout, it's a pretty safe bet that you're going to bleed. When one tire goes, there's not much else holding that bike up.

A motorcycle is an expensive hobby, and it is just my personal opinion that if you cannot afford to replace a damaged tire within a week, you have no business owning that bike in the first place. Patches and plugs are helpful in a pinch (I'll admit, I've used a plug to help me get home), but I really don't consider a mended motorcycle tire safe at all. It's your decision on that one, it's your body you're putting in jeopardy.

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I don't totally agree with the last writer.. If you get a nail in your tire and it is still in good shape and relatively new then put a plug in it and keep going... normally tires don't blow out because of a hole... blow outs are normally caused by extreme use... over use...and lastly running over objects on the road...

Yet, I would recommend that you take the tire to a professional after you repair it to insure that the tire is safe.. sometimes they see things we don't... since that is their job to know tires.

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I would replace the tire....

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I plugged my rear tire after picking up a nail, my tires were fairly new about 400mi, Im just changing it now almost 10,000 miles later, and i ride pretty aggressive, I even ran speeds up over 170mph on this tire, I will plug again if i ever have to, especially if your tire is in good shape. If it is past the wear bars already then don't bother. and I agree with the third writer that a hole normally doesn't cause a blow out, extreme wear combined with a puncture is usually the cause. I would consider an old tire worn past the wear bars without a plug or patch, to be more dangerous than a newer tire with a plug or patch.

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http://www.dunlopmotorcycle.com/infocenter_tiretips.asp?id=13#tip

This was obtained from the official Dunlop website:

Some punctures in motorcycle tires may be repaired.

Dunlop recommends only permanent plug-patch repairs of small (maximum 1/4-inch diameter) tread area punctures from within the dismounted tire by a qualified tire repair shop or motorcycle dealer. Never perform an exterior repair and never use an inner tube as a substitute for a proper repair. Speed should not exceed 50 mph for the first 24 hours after repair and the repaired tire should never be used over 75 mph. Check inflation pressure after tire cools for at least three (3) hours following run-in, or sooner if air loss is suspected.

No form of temporary repair should be attempted because secondary damage caused by a penetrating object may not be detected and tire or tube deflation may occur at a later date.

Dunlop does not recommend the use of liquid sealants. These are a form of temporary repair, and they may adversely affect ply material and mask secondary damage caused by a penetrating object. Reliance upon sealants can result in sudden tire failure and accident.

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How much is a NY motorcycle inspection?

about $6

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What year is suzuki rm 125 vin js1rf15a4t2102630?

Well if Motorcycle VIN's are the same as cars then your's is a 1996.

Tips to understanding your vehicles serial (VIN) number They are as follows:

* 1st character- Identifies the country in which the vehicle was manufactured. For example: U.S.A.(1or4), Canada(2), Mexico(3), Japan(J), Korea(K), England(S), Germany(W), Italy(Z) * 2nd character- Identifies the manufacturer. For example; Audi(A), BMW(B), Buick(4), Cadillac(6), Chevrolet(1), Chrysler(C), Dodge(B), Ford(F), GM Canada(7), General Motors(G), Honda(H), Jaguar(A), Lincoln(L), Mercedes Benz(D), Mercury(M), Nissan(N), Oldsmobile(3), Pontiac(2or5), Plymouth(P), Saturn(8), Toyota(T), VW(V), Volvo(V). * 3rd character- Identifies vehicle type or manufacturing division. * 4th to 8th characters- Identifies vehicle features such as body style, engine type, model, series, etc. * 9th character- Identifies VIN accuracy as check digit. * 10th character- Identifies the model year. For example: 1988(J), 1989(K), 1990(L), 1991(M), 1992(N), 1993(P), 1994(R), 1995(S), 1996(T),1997(V), 1998(W), 1999(X), 2000(Y), 2001(1), 2002(2), 2003(3), 2004(4), 2005(5), 2006(6), 2007(7), 2008(8), 2009(9) * 11th character- Identifies the assembly plant for the vehicle. * 12th to 17th characters- Identifies the sequence of the vehicle for production as it rolled of the manufacturers assembly line.

Hope This Helps.

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What tire pressure for suzuki drz 125 L?

To get the specific tire pressure for your motorcycle you only need to look on the wall of the tire. There you find the size of the tire along with recommended and max tire pressures.

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Motorcycle and ATV Maintenance

Point setting for 86 Suzuki lt 250 quadrunner?

. 016 - .018 should do the job perfectly (WRENCH)

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Is a suzuki c50 boulevard a 12 volt charging system?

Yes it is.

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Horsepower for a Suzuki intruder 1400?

2000 intruder1400=70hp

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2006 Suzuki RM-Z 450 how do you check the crank case oil and how much oil is supposed to be in there?

just change it take the messure ments for how much to put in drain it and fill it

thats what i do with my 06 rm 450

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How often do you adjust valves on 850 suzuki c50?

First of all, it's not 850cc, it's 805cc.

You want to adjust your valves when they get noticeably louder or quieter. Louder = loose. Quieter = tight.

Loose is better than tight. Too tight can lead to burnt valves and low compression.

I adjust my valves at the start of every season.

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Biggest, Strongest, Fastest and Other Extremes

What is the fastest production motorcycle?

The current fastest production motorcycle is the ZX-14. The Kawasaki motorcycle, has been documented officially (with standardized pro-grade speed measuring equipment) to have broken 200 mph and beyond in multiple instances, both by professional riders and amateurs running a speed course.

The previous record holder was the Hayabusa at around ~195 mph maximum, with most record attempts achieving 185-190 mph.

The closest contender to the previous Hayabusa was also a Kawasaki. The ZX-12r. While the 12r did have 5 more hp more than the Hayabusa, its aerodynamics were not as efficient as the Hayabusa's, which translated to slightly slower top speeds.

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2001 Suzuki DRZ 400 that didn't come with an owner's manual How can you find out what tire pressure should be?

Hi For SOLO riding: Front 18PSI Rear 22PSI For two (not recommended!) Front 18PSI Rear 25PSI

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The Difference Between

What are the differences between the Suzuki GSX R 750 and the Suzuki GSX750?

Year of production is not stated. Both these models are stalwarts of the Suzuki stable. GSX 750-F is a sports-touring bike, with a fairly relaxed riding position, plenty of fairing and uses the older generation motor tuned for more mid-range punch. GSXR-750 is a pure sports machine, one of the best handling motorcycles ever made with a power punch capable of frightening most people. Both are very sweet bikes to ride, depending upon the purpose for which you want. The GSX-R carves corners like a razor, immensely capable machine that has limits way above the ordinary rider. Long distance touring on the GSX-R will bring you into contact with people in full leathers, toe sliders and also chiropractors or physiotherapists. The GSX-F is a much more suitable long distance machine and quicker in the twisties than it looks - a deceptively quick machine. Both handle well, make excellent power and are bulletproof reliable with regular maintenance. one has an R at the end of it! but altogether, the Suzuki GSXR with the 1200cc engine is a lot better!!!!!!!

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How do you remove brakes 2003 suzuki eiger 400?

Remove the right rear wheel/tire. Remove the large nut and cotter key, than it is best to utilize a gear puller for this next step, if you utilize a pry bar be very careful not to scratch or damage the inner metal hub that mates to the hub seal. The hub will come off, next remove the small bolts holding the black drum cover in place. Once the outer cover is removed than the brake drum containing the wheel studs will come off. You may have to back off on your brake adjustment to get the drum off, this allows enough clearance between the shoes and drum for removal.

The main components to replace are the shoes if worn, the large o-ring seal for the drum cover, and the main hub/drum cover seal. These parts are available aftermarket a little cheaper than OEM. Try Cheapcycle parts.com, they have very good prices.

Good luck, Jim

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