Question about 1980 Suzuki GS 750 L
Posted by Anonymous on
5th gear sluggish i run into alot of this sluggish at different rpm or speeds and almost always its in the synchrenation of the carbs what happens is one of the carbs is bacically hesitating clean and synch the carbs alot of techs overlook this this is a huge major factor in performance and immediate rite now throttle and engine responce
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it is still under factory warranty...Take it back and have them check it out as there is a number of things that could be going wrong. Its a big list to try to type out here with no real top problem to point at.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
Seems to be some lose connections (electrials)somewhere.
Could be the igntion switch, since after you tried a few clicks 'on' and 'off' it thn worked.
Try to spray WD-40 to its connections and better too to check all other connections like tht of the battery cables, fuse box,etc..etc.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
From what you describe it sounds like an air leak into the manifolds, chek to see if any hoses are disconnected, have a listen for any hissing noises and follow them, also listen for the Fuel Pump to prime when you tun on the ignition, it should pump up pretty quickly if it doesn't it could be clogged or faulty. To test it is complicated and can be dangerous if you not sure what your doing, it has to do more with volume than pressure.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
SOURCE: when changing gear on my
Either the selector pawls are worn or the selector is out of adjustment. I would tell the sales guys that the bike is (however old it is) and if the gear box fails it will be due to the poor setting up of the machine, not the rider.
Has it always been like that? It only has to go between gears when you hit the power band and you will leave an awful lot of metal on the road!
Ride safe and a Happy New Year
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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