Question about 2006 Suzuki GSR 600
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have installed the Dynojet kit's carburetor needles take them off and use the stock ones.
Dynojet's needles are for track use only and the don't work properly under 4000rpm.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
I think you may have an electrical problem connected to the radiator cooling fan as 215 F is about the temperature that this will start so as to cool the engine.So it may possibly be the fan motor or the sensor switch. Good Luck
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
Assuming the carb is securely mounted and the noise is not from the tappets, there are several things it could be. One is piston slap. Piston slap translates as a worn piston "rattling around" inside the cylinder. Alternate to that, the wrist pin may have worn the connecting rod to the point where that is the problem. Alternate to that, the wrist pin itself may have wallowed out the piston on each end. Broken rings can make noise (but the bike would be smoking). Lastly, the connecting rod may be rattling around on the crankshaft. Change the oil and look for metal particles in the oil. No matter what the problem is, the engine is going to need to be torn down.
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Posted on Aug 20, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks for the feed back. gonna bite the bullit and go for a full strip down. thanks again."
One, or more, of the three necessary ingrediants for combustion are missing: fuel, compression, and a spark (at the right time).
You said that it started to overheat. Find out why. Then, check the engine's compression. You need at least 140 psi of compression, in every cylinder, for the engine to start and run. Low compression indicates either the need for a valve adjustment - or serious engine repairs.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
Testimonial: "cheers mate will conduct a compression test and take it from there. thanks. "
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