Question about Suzuki GSX-R 750 F Motorcycles
I have never changed the plugs on this type of bike but here is a rough idea for you.
1. Remove the fuel tank making sure you dont spill any fuel
2. Remove the Airbox
3. Number up the plug leads (mark them numbers 1-4) making sure you dont get them mixed up i.e no.1 lead resembles piston no.1, no.2 lead resembles piston no.2 piston and so on
4. Remove the spark plugs with a correct size spark plug socket
5. Before installing the new spark plugs make sure you have made the right gap clearence on the tip of the plug
6. Install the spark plugs
7. Re-fit the leads making sure the correct marked up lead goes with the correct piston
8. Fit the airbox
9. Fit the fuel tank
Hope this is help to you. If you are in doubt then take the bike to a nearby mechanic in which i should imagine that it is not expensive to have them fitted professionly
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
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