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Is there a headgasket issue? With cars and trucks having that milky/murkey oil is a sign of water or coolant in the oil.same true 4bike? I have an 08 suzuki gsx650f. thoughts? Helpful ones please. thx


If the bike has a coolant system and the oil is milky, yes it is a head gasket that is bad. You can use a cylinder leak down test of a compression tester to isolate the cylinder.

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I have a 2009 gsx650f suzuki it won't rev over 4500rpm unless it is 1/8th throttle then only goes up to 8500rpm on road won't go over 35mph


i would recommend checking first for loose connection in the ignition wiring. then fuel supply for clog or faulty pump. possibly dirty injection. check in tank with flashlight for rust or contaminates near strainer on fuel tap

May 03, 2016 | 2009 Suzuki GSX650F

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On an 08 Yamaha silverado ven JYAVMO1E48A122446


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I bought a 08' zx-10r kawasaki and the seat is


If you will stop by the Kawasaki shop, they will have exactly what you need. I am 99% certain they are metric, which in my area is a problem. They are likely chrome, which in my area is a problem. They very likely have a strange head requiring a Torx or Allen wrench which would not be a problem by itself. Installing the proper parts will assure you can use the tools which came with your motorcycle to install and remove these bolts as may be necessary in the future.
They will also be able to tell you not only how many, but exactly how to install them. In my area, I would expect to pay about $1.50 for the bolts.

On my motorcycle, the seat is held down with two black enamel and one chrome bolt, BTW. I am able to remove them using the tools that came with my motorcycle tool kit, on the road, if need be. (access to the battery in my case)

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Where is the battery?


1. It should be under the seat just about a foot behind the tank so remove the seat.

2. Some models have the battery under the sidecovers if the bike has sidecovers.

Aug 04, 2012 | 2008 Suzuki GSX650F

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Interchangeable parts


no I think there were too many changes between 04 and 08
I dont think the seat and tanks are even interchangable

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How do I remove the seat on a 2009 Honda CBR 1000?


Just remove plastic located directly under seat with hand or thin object, under that is a Philip screw...take screw out and slap yourself in the face and say that was it!!!

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Need illustrated instructions for mounting '08 HD police seat


seat uses holes allready there in fender the pressure tank mounts in the saddle bag holes need to be drilled realy simple install please give me a rate helped about 20 people and only have 5 ratings hope this helps

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