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Where is located the regulator on suzuki katana 2006

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it,s under the right hand rear side pannel, inclosed in a plasstic box about 4 inch by 2inch, pop the cover and you will see the fuses.

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SOURCE: my speedometer is broken on a 2006 suzuki katana

I would suggest picking up a Haynes Service and repair manual for the suzuki GSX600F. It has been an invaluable tool for me fixing up my katana. It goes through checking your speed sensor, cable, and also shows how to change everything out.

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With my 98 model it is a small black screw in an opening on the left fairing just below the fuel tap. clockwise to increase the idle speed and anti-clock to lower it.

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Loosen the bolt on the rear axle. Tighten the 10mm bolts. Measure the distance between the frame and the rim, make sure it's equal. Give your chain about 1-1.5 inch play in the bottom middle, (between wheel sprocket and output sprocket-on the gear box). Do this is small increments, 1/2 turn at a time, then measure. Re-tighten the main bolt, make sure it's quite tight, otherwise you'll lose your wheel. Best thing is to use 1/2 inch ratchet with a 24 inch handle extension (pipe or something that can fit over the ratchets handle) ..
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