Question about 1977 Suzuki GS 750
Do the following test:- (1) check if theres sparks at the spark plugs, (2) check if the spark plug/s are getting wet with gas.
If the plugs have fouled up i.e. turn blackish due to too 'rich', you better replace them and retune the engine.
Check the valve clearance and adjust accordingly and also go thro the air-mixture screw/s ...tighten them in slowly being careful not to tighten them too hard to the last to avoid damaging the tip of the screws.
Try to start the bike's engine ...it should start taking into account tht its now got a new set of spark plugs and let it run to some good temperature thn set the air-mixture screw/s:-
release to 2 and half turns (turn outwards).
From the sound and the running of the engine you would know if its at its running ok ..you can however go in or out + - a little to get good idling of the engine ...go for a spin and recheck the spark plugs to its condition and offcourse for the starting issue if its solved.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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