Question about 1993 Suzuki GSF 250 Bandit
HI my Suzuki valves are too noisy (Thrace) and are in need of adjustment.How can I do this?
A service manual is a valuable tool with an aging bike. I suggest the dealer/mfr. or Clymer books. In the meantime, go to the library reference section...646 stacks should have what you need.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
Remove valve covers, Find out first if you adjust with a hot or cold motor. Remove plugs so it will turn ovr easy by hand. Then just turn till you have the biggest gap or with a straw ( which is flexable and will not damage anything) stick it down the spark plug hole and feel for the piston to come all the way up. If its on the compression stroke both valves for that cylinder will be loose. Adjust to specs. Then repeat for remaining cylinders. Be sure to tighten up the nuts to factory specs. If valve comes loose your moter will be junk.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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