Question about 1981 Suzuki GS 750 L
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Posted on Mar 29, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you checked the float level in the float chamber?
I guess you may have to reset the float pin adjustment, its allowing more gas to pass through thn required and thus the overflow!
Not bad too, when you are working on the float assembly take the opportunity to blow out the fuel line from petcock to the carburator via the seat for the float pin,any foreign particals there would stop the float pin to seal up and thus overflow.
Fit in an inline fuel filter , this will help keep out the dirt or whatever.
Hope this helps.
Knight (Yamaha Seca XJ750A 1981)
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
Sure it will. That's why it is there. Just fill the crankcase to the point it shows the oil covering 1/2 to 3/4 of the window. Yes, the case can hold more oil but don't add more thinking that would be better. The cylinder walls get lubricated by splash lubrication. Filling too full kills the splash and limits lubrication. Use 10w40 motor oil. Any major brand will do.
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Posted on Apr 28, 2009
The air screw and throttle screw are NEVER supposed to be tightened up at all. Doing this can damage the seat. Only screw the air screw and throttle screw in until they LIGHTLY seat. Now turn each adjuster one and one half turns outward. Chances are you will need to replace the adjuster screws to get the bike to idle properly. Yeah, the ends look okay but that little ring indentation where the screw was tightened down matters a lot. If re-setting the screws fixes the problem you should consider yourself lucky.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
When I had my savage it backfired all the time. They are known for this. Make sure you fuel is not to lean. Just adjust the fuel. You should adjust that and put some sea foam in it or ethenol treatment since most of the gas is terrible these days. Running 91 octane will help. Also you will want to replace the muffler gasket too.
When you replace that it will smoke which is normal.
I sold mine but I know the bike pretty well from tearing it apart due to trying to fix it from not running properly. Let me know if you have any more issues.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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