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Recently purchased a new set of carbs for my gs500e and it came with these two brass fuel plugs and I don't know where they were supposed to be.... Please help
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Posted on Feb 24, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have you tried the obvious route of a restricted air flow or even might have a restrictor fitted to it or is it just started doing this
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
I had the same problem with my '81 850. Try taking the carbs off and clean them with carb spray. Take out the jets and spray them good. Then find ethenol free premium. The ethenol will gum up the carbs.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
SOURCE: GS500E Wont Start when Hot
well this sounds like several things so here goes ,could be that the carbs are out of sinc ,or the timing or the valves , my best guess is that the timing and the carbs, my best advise is to get a manuel from the your local bike shop that is if you are able to work on this your self ,if you dont have exsperiance with bikes i would take it to a pro , as a biker your bike should never be done half assed your life depends on it being right .
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
SOURCE: suzuki gs500e all electrics work
Electrical issues are difficult to fix in general. I have a Suzuki GSX-F Katana which has similar electrical mapping. When I was fixing my brake lights, I found the connection underneath the rear faring behind the seat. You'll need to make sure those wires are there, undamaged, and connected. Otherwise locate the fuse box and make sure the fuse for the rear brakes is still good. If you like my solution please feel free to give me a thumbs up!
Posted on May 03, 2011
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