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Stand for the bike

I need a stand for my bike. What stand will work the best?

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Almost any cheap and cheerful MX lift stand.

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Does my 96 Suzuki GS500E sidestand have to be up for my bike to start?


The stand needs to be up to start the bike in gear unless you pull in the clutch,but you should be able to start it in neutral with the clutch in and the stand down.if You put it in gear with the clutch in and the stand down as soon as you let the clutch out it will cut out.it's a safety thing introduced by Suzuki due to an American sueing Kawasaki years ago for being able to ride the bike a bike with the stand down,he fell off and sued them for his own stupidity.

Feb 25, 2015 | 1996 Suzuki GS 500 E

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HOW TO EASILY OIL A MOTORCYCLE CHAIN WITH NO MAIN STAND


If there is no main stand on your motorbike it can be a problem sometimes, not only do side stands dig into soft ground & warm tarmac they also make it awkward to oil the drive chain !

A simple way around this is to get either :-
A piece of strong piece of wood about an inch square ( or in diameter) or
A strong hammer or mallet or
A small trolley jack handle or similar preferably with rubber or taped ends

Whatever you use it must be about an inch (or more) longer than from the ground to the right hand end of the rear spindle (axle) or underside of the right hand swinging arm, WHILE THE BIKE LEANS on its side stand: For the very few bikes that have a side stand on the right, read left hand end of rear spindle

All you have to do is raise the rear wheel slightly by pivoting the weight of the bike on its front wheel & side stand

On medium to large bikes this means getting someone else to position themself on the side stand side of the bike, where they should put 1 foot against the side stand & reach over the bike to grab a good purchase point near the rear wheel, grab the nearest handlebar end with the other hand & pivot the bike forwards on its front wheel & side stand
This will lift the rear wheel a few inches so that your prop can be placed upright between the ground & your selected point on the bike

Spin the rear wheel by hand whilst applying non fling chain lubrication to both edges of your bikes chain

SIMPLE
EFFECTIVE
NO NEED TO CARRY A PADDOCK STAND IN YOUR RUCKSACK

Ride safe
Bike-Doc

I hope this helps (if so give good feedback please)

on Apr 27, 2010 | Motorcycles

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I have a 1992 Suzuki Intruder GLS 800. It has no centre stand, can one be put onto this bike safely?


you can buy a jack stand that slides under ur bike that when lifted it will rest on ur frame but them kind only work if ur mufflers done hang down below ur frame but them stands r pretty cheap to find but as far as putting one on ur bike then id say if it not factory dont add it it will change everything the factory guys did to give u the best and most smooth ride when u go changing thing it will change how the vibrations go through ur bike evenly changing things will cuz more vibrations an problems down the road

Feb 11, 2014 | Suzuki VS 800 Intruder Motorcycles

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I noticed a button on the kick stand and remebered that one of my other bikes wont let me start the bike with the kick stand down. Is this also true with the Intruder?


possibly.
some bikes will let you start with the stand down, as long as the clutch is in, same with it in gear.
some bikes wont let it start at all in gear, or with the stand down.
All suzukis usually work the same.

Feb 04, 2011 | 1991 Suzuki VS 1400 Intruder

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Procedure to check oil level for RT1200 (police bike). Do I need to check the oil level when the bike is cold or after warm up??


Check oil when bike is cold...... here is the best procedure.

Ride bike (and enjoy)
Park bike on side stand, let sit for at least 10 minutes or overnight. (lets oil drain out of cooler into sump)
Put bike on center stand. Bike should be on level ground
Check oil level in window on lower LHS of engine.
Level should be anywhere inside of red circle in sight glass.
DO NOT OVERFILL let level get down to lower edge of red circle before adding oil

Good Luck!

Oct 08, 2010 | 2007 BMW R 1200 RT

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Kick stand safety shut down, once bike warms up it shuts off if kick stand is down


The bike is supposed to shut down if the kick stand is down. It is a safety feature designed to prevent starting out with the stand down, which can be very inconvenient on your first left turn. If you are saying the bike runs with the stand down when cold, then the switch must be in need of adjustment. Please rate my answer.

Feb 21, 2010 | 2001 Suzuki VL 800 Volusia

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Bike stand doesn't return


Yes , it may require some light lubricating at around the stand but first you will need to clean up throughly around the stand fittings better to use WD40 and thn some mineral oil as lubricant.
Not bad too to check the spring of its tension!
Hope this helps!

May 12, 2009 | 2004 Honda CBF 600

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Bike shuts off when in gear


hello and welcome
it seems that you may have a faulty side stand switch. the side stand needs to be in the up position before the bike can be started off in gear. but if not the side stand contains a saftety switch that shuts the bike off when put into gear. to verify this you can check for spark when the bike is being turned over in gear with the clutch held in.
there should be two wires associated with this switch. a green, and green with white. so when the stand is up these two wires are connected, and the switch can be tested as such. thank you.

Mar 21, 2009 | 1994 Honda VT 600 C Shadow

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Side stand for sportscity


i dont believe that a stand is made for this machine but i would suggest trying your local cycle shop for astond for a mountain bike etc
hope this helps

Dec 06, 2008 | 2007 Aprilia Sportcity 200

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Center stand


1. Start with the bike on its side stand; 2. Grip left handlebar with left hand; 3. Grip frame member with right hand; 4. Place foot on center stand lever; 5. Pushing down on center stand, tilt bike till both legs of center stand touch ground; 6. Push down hard with foot and lift/pull on frame member.

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