Question about 1981 Suzuki Gs 550 L
Looking for single air filters airbox is gone need to know what mm to order
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Air Filter Pods
Check the K&NFilters Website and you'll probably find the right size for your bike. Be aware, though, that changing air filters can lead to less performance as a result of carburetor jetting problems that can take some time to solve, and get your bike running well gain. Usually the manufacturer's set-up works better than home-fiddled-with ones.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
SOURCE: suzuki gs550l flot height
not sure on the exact specs but flip the carb upside down and look how the floats look to the horizon of the earth. Sounds silly but that is how pretty much all bike mechanics set them, just make them level to the earth. Good luck
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
SOURCE: I need A wiring diagram
This bike was released in 1977. The documentation for this bike originally was not released in pdf format. The manual is available only from pay-for websites, and not for free download. Here the manual at $6.99: http://www.repairthatmotorcycle.com/manual/suzuki/gs-550.html
Posted on Feb 19, 2011
It isn't hard at all, just remove the choke from the carbs then pull back on the end you took out of it and push back on the spring and twist the end so it comes off, if your new cable came with these its still pretty handy to keep around, especially the springs. But after that, loosen the screw that is underneath the choke adjuster and pull it out then loosen the end from the choke lever and just simply yank it out from the bike. Theres nothing really there that could get in the way besides the breather in the valve cover so you should be fine. After that simply do everything backwards that you took it off.
Posted on May 19, 2011
If it starts up and runs fine then the firing order isnt your problem you must have some sort of vacuum issue possibly not enough air
Posted on May 19, 2011
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