Question about 1999 Suzuki GSF 600 N Bandit
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: suzuki gsf 1200 s bandit
Christmas comes early. Go to the site below and you can download a free PDF service manual. Yours is the 1st one in the "Suzuki GSF" section of the list. 4 or 5 below that is a PDF parts diagram with part numbers.
http://www.carlsalter.com/motorcycle-manuals.asp Most manuals are in English but some are not. There is no way to be sure without doing the download. You can always delete it if in a foreign language.
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Posted on May 08, 2009
Crankcase bolt (M8)
(initial):13 N-m (1.3 kgf-m, 9.5 lb-ft)
(Final):23 N-m (2.3 kg-fm, 16.5 lb-ft)
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Posted on Aug 29, 2009
unless you have the correct tools this is something you probably wouldn't want to get involved in as you would need a camchain splitter/riveter if you drop the old pin down the can tunnel your in a world of hurt and the only way to remove the old chain in one piece is via a complete engine rebuild also while the cams are coming out you'd want to do the valve clearances at the same time, on some models it's tappet adjustment and some it's shims which requires you having a selection of different sized shims.
My advice is give it to someone who already has the equipment and pay them it'll cost you a lot less in the end.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
SOURCE: how to remove spark plugs
If the plugs are very tight, use firm pressure intermittantly whilst unscrewing the plugs a bit at a time, screwing the plug back in and then out again. This, if done with a hot engine, will help to avoit damaging the head and the aluminium threads.
If the threads get damaged due to a build up of carbon on the end of the threads, Helicoils will need to be inserted. If you need helicoils, contact a quality engineering company for help, or a good garage. Don't foget to fit the correct length plugs and use "Copper Ease" on the thread to avoid this problem again
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Posted on Dec 14, 2010
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