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I need to know how to remove the seat and gas tank from a 1980 suzuki gs450.

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Hi, please let me know if you find out how to remove the seat, trying to do the same here! Thank you

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Still workin on my 1980 suzuki GS550 L. Inline 4 cylinder. My Problem is When I run the bike I have gas coming out of my overflow tube for the number 1 and number 2 carburetors but if I disconnect the...


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It is OK to jump start your motorcycle from a car battery as long as you do not crank the starter too long (it will burn the armature) and as long as the car/other vehicle is not running when you jump start your bike ( you can damage your electrical components( igniter box)). See if you can exchange one with a friend to see if that is the bad component.

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Take off seat, take off bar that was under seat,take off rear wheel, take off rear fender,drain tank, take off fuel petcock, you may have to get a shock or two out of the way, At any rate you should now get the big picture . The tank comes straight out the back of the motorcycle through the rear wheel area.

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Have a 1980 suzuki gs550l w/o tank, got a new tank but dont know which lines go together theres four lines on the carb


there is a small port on top of the second carb on the right, that goes to the small port on the fuel petcock mounted to the tank. The main fuel supply (larger port on tank) goes to the bottom fuel supply rail with the only carb port on that rail. The upper two ports between #1 & #2 carb and between #3 & #4 carbs are vents and those hoses get plumbed down under the air cleaner, careful not to pinch the vent hoses or the bowls will not fill up with gas. This is the same for an automatic petcock or a manual one.

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1978 Suzuki GS 1000, need manual would like to download it, anyone have anything free


The best I can offer is a 1980 GS1000. Ninety eight percent of the 1980 manual applies to your 1978 bike. The biggest differences are in fenders, gas tank, decals, trim and seat designs. Go to the site below for a free download. www.carlsalter.com/motorcycle-manuals.asp

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Connect the gas tank to carbs 81 suzuki gs650l


May I suggest a trip to your local library. Cycle repair books should be in 646 stacks of reference.

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Float setting for BS34ss carb


I have a set my float to 22.0 +- 1.0 for a Mikuni carb.
To set floats, drain the carbs, pull the carbs from the bike invert and remove float bowl.
With the carb inverted, take off the float bowls. Take off the gasket. Use a vernier caliper or an accurate device to measure from the carb body to the top of the float block.
Here is are a couple of good sites about carbs and such.
http://www.allthingsmoto.com/forums/f-15/how-set-your-motorcycle-carburetor-float-level-more-commentary-13608/
http://www.dansmc.com/carbs2.htm

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the needle and seat in the carb isn't seating. First, shut off the petcock, and drain the fuel bowls with the screw on the bottom of the bowls. Let all the gas drain out of the bowls.Tap lightly on the carb with a small hammer, the refill the carbs, see if it still leaks. if it does, you need to pull the bowls off, remove the float and clean out the needle and seat, and put it back together

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u need new needel and seats in the carbs . u can check the old ones with a vaccum gauge the should hold pressure at about 5 psi

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