Question about 2001 Suzuki FXR 150
What's the part no. & complete specifications of the rear disc brake rotor of a 2003 Suzuki FXR150?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Lift the front wheel, use jack or put something under the exhaust. Loosen the front wheel nut and pull out the bolt. Pull out the speedometer cap. Pull out the wheel. Now you got your front wheel off your bike. The rear wheel is harder to handle. You can bring the wheel to bike workshop or you can do it yourself provided that you got all the tools.
Posted on May 25, 2009
Sounds like they need a damn good clean.
Corrosion eats away at the calipers, so strip them down & clean well. Be sure to remove the rubber boots as corrosion behind them grips on the shaft causing the caliper to not float & the brakes lock-on
If your wheel wont turn at all then hit the caliper bodies with a rubber mallet - dont hit the bleed nipple!!
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Posted on Aug 13, 2009
the problem is in master cylinder-needs to be replaced or inspected-purchase a clymer manual--u can ride without a front brake by law-wen I built choppers we never had a front one
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
the easy way to find out if the cluch is slipping is to ride the bike in top gear pull in the cluch rev the bike up to high revs and drop the cluch if the engine dont drop in revs very fast and the revs only drop slowly its slipping if this happens check that you have a small amount of slack in the cluck cabel ie: 1/4 of an inch is ok if its to tight it will cause the cluch to slip as the engine warms up
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
SOURCE: I have a suzuki gs 1100 L
Do you have floating calipers, or a floating rotor? Either way, check to make sure that the self-centering part of your brake system is actually centering, and isn't sticking or overly worn.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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