Question about 1997 Suzuki GSX-R 750 V
When an engine has been sitting for a while the rings stick to the bores, some WD40 down the plug holes overnight will fix this, the Main Bearings tend to stick to the crankshaft. Rotating the engine by force can make the bearing rotate and block off oil passages etc. Another thing is when the bike was parked was it because the engine had a knock. If the knock is a low solid sound it will be a main bearing, if this is the case it would be prudent to rebuild the engine. If the knock is a light noise it could be a timing chain or transmission noises. Put in gear and see if the noises go away.
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
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