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1986-93 Suzuki RM125 ESL450 Ignition/Lighting StatorFitting Instructions

December 24th, 2009 · No Comments

Read these instructions completely
Step 1:Take the ignition cover off. Are The Replacement Parts Similar? Compare the replacement part to the original. The replacement part should match, including the mounting hole locations. If not: Double check the application listing with your bike.
Step 2: Remove the flywheel using a proper puller. Remove the baseplate with the original stator. Disconnect the wires from the wiring loom.
Step 3: Remove existing stator coil off the baseplate and cut the wires close to the coil. Replace it with the new unit and feed the new leads though the holes in the baseplate.
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Honda/Suzuki Electronic Jet Kit Instructions

November 9th, 2009 · No Comments

This product is a great fit for stock bikes with exhaust and intake mods. It is also capable of handling the fuel needs of big bore kits, light cams, and a variety of head porting. This is an Electronic Jet Kit. Like jet kits in the past, the more you modify, the more responsibility you take in getting your fuel curve right. Going to www.dobeckperformance.com will help you obtain better high horsepower tuning.
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Software Manual for Bike 400

October 20th, 2008 · No Comments

The Walbro Italy User Suite software package consists of four independent programs: GenTab, WinCons, DAct, and WAC. All but the WAC software are explained in this manual, since the use of the WAC telemetry tool requires additional hardware. Disclaimer: The in this manual described methods and procedures for setting up and tuning a Walbro Italy engine management system are to be understood as guidelines only. Walbro Italy does not take responsibility of any kind for damage to the engine and other equipment used in conjunction with the Walbro Italy ECU.
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Suzuki Marine Oil Care and Maintenance

October 19th, 2008 · No Comments

Marine 2 Cycle Engine Oil
Clean burning, high performance oil developed exclusively for Suzuki Oil-Injected and Non-Injected Outboard Motors . Consult Owner’s Manual for mixing instructions . N .M .M .A . TC-W3 certified .

Marine 4 Cycle Engine Oil
Premium grade 4-cycle engine oil is formulated to provide superior lubrication and protection for your four-stroke outboard engine. It also protects internal engine parts from rust and corrosion in harsh marine environments. See chart for recommended oil filter and capacities
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Hard To Start Suzuki Marauder 800

October 18th, 2008 · No Comments

This FAQ deals with the electrical problems that can be present in a hard-to-start Suzuki Marauder VZ800. This does not address all the problems that may be present with a non-starting Marauder. It requires a certain number of tools to troubleshoot a slow or non-starting bike. Among them are a multi-meter, jumper wires and a can of contact cleaner. Contact cleaners are generally flammable. Do not get the contact cleaner on your paint or on your skin. Clean connectors before putting them back together.
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2007 Suzuki RM-Z/RM Specifications

October 17th, 2008 · No Comments

It is simple, really. You want to win races. When you are not at the race track, it is all you can think about. When you are at the track, it consumes every moment. The desire to win, it is ingrained early on and cultivated through competition. You know what you want, so why not give yourself the best chance to feed your desire for winning with a Suzuki motocrosser?

Suzuki RM and RM-Z motocrossers inspire confidence in riders. That is what Suzuki engineers strive hard for each model year. These are people who have dedicated themselves to making sure you have the perfect bike for winning. Engineered with passion. Engineered by experience.

This year is no different. Based on feedback from multi-time AMA champion –and 2006 AMA Supercross Champion — Ricky Carmichael, countless other test riders and racers just like you, Suzuki brings an all-new, Suzuki-engineered RM-Z250 to the showroom floor. These engineers, testers and this champion ensure you have the winning balance of power and handling.

Whether that balance lay in a bike with a compact and powerful two-stroke powerplant, or a bike with a high-tech and high-revving four-stroke, Suzuki absolutely has you covered. No matter your taste in powerplant, your riding skill or your class at the track, you can choose from the RM-Z450 or all-new RM-Z250 four-stroke or the RM250, RM125, RM85 and RM85L two-strokes. Suzuki is the first manufacturer to win the prestigious AMA Supercross crown on two- and four-stroke machines

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SUZUKI M50 & C50 BOULEVARD THUNDER Air Filter Kit

October 16th, 2008 · No Comments

We’re sure you’ll be pleased with the new level of performance you’ll experience. This kit should be installed on bikes with After Market Exhaust Pipes only and jetted, (not included). We recommend that an experienced mechanic perform this conversion. Use the appropriate Suzuki service manual for reference to complete jetting of carbs. Remember, gasoline is extremely flammable and can be explosive under certain conditions. Work in a well-ventilated area and clean up any spills immediately. Check for leaks before riding.
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1993 Suzuki Swift Adjustments

October 15th, 2008 · No Comments

Swift DOHC uses hydraulic lifters. No adjustments are required.
Samurai & Sidekick
1) Remove valve cover. Rotate engine until zero degree (TDC) timing mark of timing belt cover is in line with timing mark on crankshaft pulley. See Fig. 1.
2) Ensure cylinder No. 1 is at TDC on compression stroke. Remove distributor cap. On Samurai and Sidekick (TBI), ensure rotor is pointed upward at distributor hold-down bolt and to No. 1 terminal of distributor cap. On Sidekick (MPI), ensure rotor is at about 1 o’clock position and pointed to No. 1 terminal of distributor cap. If rotor is not as described, rotate crankshaft 360 degrees.
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Suzuki VZR1800 Oil Level Inspection And Oil Change Procedure

October 15th, 2008 · No Comments

Suzuki has received reports of overfilled engine oil at initial delivery. The VZR1800K6 uses the Suzuki Advanced Sump System (SASS). The system uses the transmission chamber as an oil tank in this semi-dry sump engine design. Following the proper oil level inspection procedure during Pre-delivery inspection and oil changes is critical to ensure the correct engine oil level. Overfilling the oil sump may cause excess oil to enter the air cleaner housing, contaminating the filter causing poor performance and possible oil leakage. Please instruct your customers in the proper method of checking and filling the oil level.
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Suzuki Grand Vitara Lightbar Roof Rack Mount Installation Guide

October 14th, 2008 · No Comments

This mounting clamp will mount to your Grand Vitara’s roof rack using the supplied mounting hardware. The lightbars mounting foot will mount to the bracket. It is recommended that two people do the installation as you will need to adjust both sides of the brackets and feet once it is on the vehicle.
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