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Valve adj. looking 4 in/ex valve lash adj. for '87gsxr 750

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  • 1hawnbratx2 Jun 20, 2009

    so '87 is the same as the '88 , '89 ?

  • 1hawnbratx2 Jun 20, 2009

    just got another response from someone @ a suzuki shop and he said it's (0.012-0.014inch). can anyone else shed some light on this??


  • 1hawnbratx2 Jun 20, 2009

    do u also have the specs 4 '86??

  • 1hawnbratx2 Jun 20, 2009

    u were right!! i just read another spec sheet that has same specs as u. So thanks 4 u r help!!!

  • 1hawnbratx2 Jun 20, 2009

    no , i have that manual '88 up to '94 but thank's anyway!!



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Valve clearances for intake & exhaust are the same 0.10-0.15mm (0.004-0.006inch)

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    danny Jun 20, 2009

    I read it out of the manual just now, but I'd listen to the guy from the suzuki shop!

  • danny
    danny Jun 20, 2009

    no worries & 88-89 clearances are different again, do you want them?



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