Question about 2004 Suzuki GSX-R 1000 Mladin Replica
Well most likely sent a pile of exhaust **** whizzing thru' the motor and into carbies. Camchain tensioner maybe suffering from reversal, camchain may have bunched on sprockets as free play would be on the trailing side of cam (normally leading).
Take the carbies off and check thru all jets and seats. Take rocker covers off and sparkplugs out and handturn motor over and watch and listen for anything suspect. Piston rings may be pushing hard carbon deposits that could score the cylinder walls. Valve seats may be obstucted also. I would pull down to cylinder block and have a look at the piston crowns and service the top end. Oil would have been pumped the wrong way also. Filters are designed for one way flow, so all oil must be changed with filter. Do a compression test on all cylinders and go from there.
Posted on May 08, 2010
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