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300ml in each fork bud

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the SX forks really should be taken to a suspension tech to get the inner chamber properly bleed out.
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I have a grinding noise coming from what sounds like the left rear side of my 2003 VL1500 but cant see anything that might cause it


  1. Performance
    • Suzuki has introduced slight changes to the Intruder from year to year, such as variations in accessories and styling. The bike's performance, however, has remained steadily the same. The 2004 model has a four-stroke, 1,462 cc engine with a hybrid air and liquid cooling system. The single overhead cam (SOHC) V-Twin motor generates 67 horsepower at 4,800 rpm. It has a 96 mm (3.78 inches) bore, a 101 mm (3.98 inches) stroke and has a compression ration of 8.5:1. The Intruder also has a five-speed transmission.
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    • An oil-damped, telescopic fork suspension with coil spring comprises the front suspension. A link-type, oil-damped five-way adjustable spring preload makes up the rear suspension. The front brake system uses a dual hydraulic disc, and rear uses a single hydraulic disc.

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    • The motorcycle has an overall length of 99.4 inches, a width of 38 inches, a height of 45.9 inches and a wheelbase of 66.9 inches. The seat sits 27.6 inches off the ground, the bike clears the ground by 5.7 inches and weighs 659 lbs.

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How to replace oil pan gasket


1994-96 VEHICLES
( see Figures 6 and 7 / click image for zoom )


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Fig. 6: Oil pan mounting bolt locations-1996 3.1L engine shown

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Fig. 7: Oil pan sealant application points-1996 3.1L engine shown

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
It may be necessary to remove the hood, with the help of an assistant, for access.
  1. Remove the engine mount strut and A/C compressor (if equipped) and the engine mount strut bracket assemblies.
  2. Remove the electric cooling fan assemblies. -28467 and J 26462, or equivalent.
  3. Raise and safely support the vehicle. Drain the engine oil.
  4. Remove the front exhaust manifold pipe.
  5. Remove the intermediate shaft bolt/screw.
  6. Remove the oil level sensor.
  7. Remove the engine splash shield.
  8. Suitable support the drivetrain and front suspension with jack stands.
  9. Remove the transaxle mount side frame retaining nuts from the drivetrain and suspension frame assembly.
  10. Remove the engine mount side frame nuts from the drivetrain and suspension frame assembly.
  11. Unfasten the rear drivetrain and front suspension frame bolts/screws.
  12. If equipped, remove the lower drivetrain and front suspension frame bolts/screws.
  13. Remove the engine mount assembly.
  14. Remove the flywheel inspection cover.
  15. Remove the starter.
  16. Disconnect the transaxle mount assembly from the oil pan.
  17. Unfasten the side bolts and screws and the retaining bolts and screws, then remove the oil pan. Remove and discard the oil pan gasket.
To install:
  1. Clean the gasket mating surfaces.
  2. Apply a small amount of sealer on either side of the rear main bearing cap, where the seal surface on the cap meets the cylinder block. Install a new gasket on the oil pan.
  3. Position the oil pan and secure with the retaining bolts and screws. Tighten the retaining bolts and screws to 18 ft. lbs. (25 Nm) and the side bolts/screws using tool J 39505 or equivalent.
  4. Fasten the transaxle mount assembly to the oil pan.
  5. Install the starter motor.
  6. Install the flywheel inspection cover.
  7. Install the engine mount assembly.
  8. Carefully raise the drivetrain and front suspension assembly. Install the rear drivetrain and front suspension frame bolts/screws.
  9. Fasten the engine mount frame side nuts to the drivetrain and front suspension frame assembly. Install the transaxle mount frame side nuts to the drivetrain and suspension frame assembly.
  10. Remove the jackstands from the drivetrain and front suspension frame assembly.
  11. Install the engine splash shield and the oil level sensor.
  12. Install the intermediate steering shaft bolt/screw. Connect the front exhaust manifold pipe.
  13. Carefully lower the vehicle.
  14. Remove the engine support tools.
  15. Install the electric cooling fan assemblies.
  16. Install the engine mount strut and A/C compressor, bracket and the engine mount strut bracket.
  17. If removed, install the hood assembly.
  18. Fill the crankcase to the correct level. Connect the negative battery cable. Run the engine to normal operating temperature and check for leaks.
Hope this helps (remember to rate this answer).

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My 2001 volusioa intruder got hot on the bottom end, left side, and the shifter got really tight and hard to shift?I was told it could be low on oil and am not sure how to check it?


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The motorcycle is powered by a 805-cc, or 49.12-cubic-inch, two-cylinder, four-stroke engine. The engine's bore and stroke measure 83.0 and 74.4 millimeters, or 3.3 and 2.9 inches, respectively. The compression ratio is 9.4-to-1. The engine is liquid-cooled. Like most other bikes in its class, the 2004 Suzuki Volusia 800 features a five speed transmission,

Suspension, Brakes and Tires
The 2004 Suzuki Volusia 800 comes with an oil-damped telescopic front suspension, and link-type, oil-damped, seven-way adjustable rear suspension with spring preload. The front and rear brakes are single disc. The bike has a 130/90-16 front tire and a 170/80-15 rear tire.

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Front suspension must be refilled with oil, how to do it?


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What do I need to buy or what should I do if my fuel reserve does not work or what is the fuel capacity for a 1991 Yamaha FZR 600?


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Engine Engine type Liquid cooled, 4-stroke, forward inclined parallel 4 cylinder, DOHC 16 valves Displacement 599 cc Bore x stroke 59.0 x 54.8 mm Compression ratio 12.0 : 1 Maximum power 66.8 kW (91 HP) @ 10,500 rpm Maximum torque 65.7 Nm (6.7 kg-m) @ 8,500 rpm Lubrication system Wet sump Fuel System Mikuni BDST32 x4 Clutch type Wet, multiple disc Ignition system Transistor controlled (digital) Starter system Electric Transmission system Constant mesh, 6 speed Primary reduction ratio 1.708 Secundary reduction ratio 3 Final transmission Chain Ratios gearbox 1st 2.846 Ratios gearbox 2nd 1.947 Ratios gearbox 3rd 1.55 Ratios gearbox 4th 1.333 Ratios gearbox 5th 1.192 Ratios gearbox 6th 1.111 Chassis Front suspension system Telescopic fork Front wheel travel 130 mm Rear suspension system Swingarm (Link suspension) Rear wheel travel 115 mm Caster angle 25° Trail 94 mm Front brake Dual discs, ø 298 mm Rear brake Single disc, ø 245 mm Front tyre 110/70V17 V240 Rear tyre 140/60V18 V240 Dimensions Overall length 2,165 mm Overall width 700 mm Overall height 1,155 mm Seat height 785 mm Wheelbase 1,425 mm Minimum ground clearance 135 mm Dry weight 181 kg Fuel tank capacity (reserve) 18 L Engine oil tank capacity 3.1 L

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50,000 mile service


48,000 miles or 48 months
Maintenance Service Schedule 2007 dodge
Change engine oil and engine oil filter
Rotate tires
Lubricate drivetrain / steering / suspension
grease fittings (if equipped)-except Powerwagon
Lubricate front drive shaft fitting
(2500 / 3500, 4X4 & Powewagon)
Lubricate tie rod end links - Powerwagon
Check automatic transmission fluid level
Check manual transmission fluid level
Check the coolant level, hoses and clamps
Inspect exhaust system
Inspect brake hoses and brake linings
Inspect the CV joints/U-joints (if equipped) and
front suspension components
Check spare tire for proper pressure & correct
stowage
Lubricate outer tie rod ends 2500/3500 4X4

51,000 miles or 51 months
Maintenance Service Schedule
Change engine oil and engine oil filter
Lubricate drivetrain / steering / suspension
grease fittings (if equipped)-except Powerwagon
Lubricate front drive shaft fitting
(2500/3500, 4X4 & Powerwagon)
Lubricate tie rod end links - Powerwagon
Check automatic transmission fluid level
Check manual transmission fluid level
Check the coolant level, hoses and clamps
Inspect exhaust system
Inspect brake hoses
Inspect the CV joints/U-joints (if equipped) and
front suspension components

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Fork oil capacity


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