Question about 2005 Suzuki GSF 650 N Bandit
I'd also add - check the carbs. My bike had a problem immediately following getting it out of winter storage - initially everything seemed fine and then one of the cylinders was firing. The dealer diagnosed a gummed up carb. They had to take the tank off and clean the carb.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
First thing that I would do is a compression test. Go to you local auto part store and tell them you need to buy a compression gauge. It should come in a kit that has a gauge, hose and adapters. Remove all the spark plugs. On the cylinder that you think isnt running screw the adapter and hose into the spark plug hole then hook the gauge to the hose. Once done crack the motor over buy pressing the start button and watch the gauge. If there is good compression the gauge will build up pressure and stay up. If the compression is bad the gauge will eather go up and fall or not go up at all...after that give send me an email and I can tell you where to go from there....firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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