Question about 1986 Suzuki GSX-R 750 G
Not an easy job! I have the same bike...
- Remove the seats, the lower and both side fairing middel sections
- rRemove the fuel tank ( don't forget to close the fuel **** first ) and take care of the fuel level sensor lead
- Remove the battery leads
- Remove the 4 air filter casing bolts
- Remove the crankcase breater hose between air filter case and cylinder head cover
- Loosen the clamping bands on each end of the 4 carbs ( thus 8 bands )
- Pull the airbox to the rear and disengage the rubber joints from the 4 carbs
- Pull the carbs to the rear to disengage them from the rubber inlet-pipes.
- Move the carns to the right to have acces to loosen and disconnect the throttle cables.
- If there is an evaporative emission tube, disconnect it from the carbs, AFTER marking their place!
- Remove the carbs to the right side. That's quite difficult, there is not much place, be carefull.
to replace, just invert this way of work.
When engaging the carbs in the inlet-pipes, you have to feel them knok down at the end of the pipe fitting.
Be sure to tight the clamps correctly to avoid at 100% air leaks.
An air leak between carbs and engine will lean your mixture and will cause serious engine damage!
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
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