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To change a timing chain in a 1987 suzuki savage do i have to take engine out the frame.thank you

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SOURCE: Overheating

Well you need to verify the stuff already mentioned. Sparkplug, and coil etc.
The problem is likely the the coil and just needs to be replaced.
If the plug show signs of lean mix, it could have been that way for a long time (big headache).
If you just got the bike you need to kown something about troubleshooting to isolate the issue.
Makesure the oil is up. - too low could lead to a scrapped engine.
Makesure the oilpump is working.- no pump means no oil moving will lead to a scrapped engine.
Makesure you have the correct oil by doing an oil change. - bad, wrong, really old oil could mess the filter(clogged). Check filter for grit, metal, cream - if I have to explain why... then you need to give up trying to fix it yourself and pay/pay/pay for someone who has the skills to fix it for you.

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Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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SOURCE: setting the cam on a 86' suzuki savage. Before replacing chain

Thinking back 23 years sorta hurts my head. But if I recall correctly, one side of the gear has two short horizontal lines on it. These lines need to be parallel to the head gasket surface. Be sure the cam lobes are pointing down. If not two lines, there should be a single mark, usually a "O". This mark lines up with the center of the cam and the center of the crankshaft.

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Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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SOURCE: 1996 Suzuki Savage 650 backfires on cutoff

I had the same prob with my 97, It was not the head gasket but the O-ring on top of the head. Replaced the O-ring and has been running good for a year now with no backfire. Hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Suzuki savage oil filter location

on the right site engine cover ,got three bolts on front site of the cover under this cap is it oil filter

Posted on Sep 02, 2009

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SOURCE: 1982 Suzuki GS650G timing chain install

Don't ever break & relink a timing chain on a vehicle like yours.

You don't have to remove the crank just to replace the timing chain. says

like jeshern85 says, just remove whatever parts are blocking access. I usually wrap the chain around the crank sprocket then pull the chain up through the cylinder with a coat hanger.

Posted on Sep 03, 2009

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I have a 1996 suzuki ls650 savage how do I get the camchain on the bottom gear?


Take off the right hand side crankcase cover, remove the tensioner and the chain's guides and hook the chain to the crankshaft's gear and then pull it up through the cylinder and cylinder head and install the guides back.The crankcase cover will be placed on the engine last, after you have finished with timing your camshaft and have the tensioner installed.

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Excuse me i have a suzuki savage 650 1987 and y want to know what is the timinng for this motorcycle, please help me .... thanks


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Manufacturer (Make) Suzuki Model Name LS 650 Savage Year 1986 Category(class) Cruiser / Chopper / Custom Engine Engine Capacity (Displacement) 652 ccm (39.79 cubic inches) Engine Type 1 cylinder Bore x Stroke ?94.0 mm x 94.0 mm (?3.7 inches x 3.7 inches) Bore/Stroke Ratio 1 Stroke 4 Valves per Cylinder 4 Timing System OHC Cooling System Air Powertrain Gearbox 4 speed Chassis/Suspension/Brakes Front Brakes Single disc Rear Brakes Drum Front Tire 100/90-19 Rear Tire 140/80-15 Dimensions Curb Weight 171 kg (377 lb) Fuel Capacity 11 litres (2.91 gallons) Performance Max Power 27.00 HP (19.7 kW) at 5200 RPM Power/Weight Ratio 0.16 Hp/Kg Top Speed 127 km/h (79mph) Acceleration (dart, speedup) time
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    Mar 25, 2011 | 1986 Suzuki LS 650 Savage

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    To increase the top end speed, just put on a smaller rear sprocket. Alternate to that, is to mount a larger front sprocket. You can do either or both depending on how much top end speed is wanted and how strong the engine is to carry the load. The length of the chain will need to be changed.

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    Metal in the engine from a timing chain


    Yes, you will need a manual and they are available; The 2nd of the links below, threads to a free downloadable manual (you just have to register and put up with advert's mailed to you whilst in the free 12 day trial period)
    You can order the appropriate Service Manual from a Suzuki dealer at a high cost or seek Clymer or Haynes workshop manuals from bike accessories stores. These generally cover several years and sizes for a specific model and can be very confusing to the novice.
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    For a total strip down you may require "Special Tools" to accomplish this, (at exhorbitant cost from Suzuki) generally a $25 rotor puller and a GOOD toolkit will get you there.
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    Nearly all work on the motor from barrel, heads and pistons and behind sidecovers of crankcases can be done with motor still in frame.
    With a bit of luck, if you drain the engine oil and remove the Right side cover (clutch cover approx 12 bolts) you will see the lower camchain sprocket. The camchain runs OUTSIDE inner crankcase halves and broken piece may lie at bottom of housing. Drain oil over a magnet in a pan.
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    http://www.cmsnl.com/suzuki-ls650f-p-1986-1988-usa_model16135/partslist/


    http://www.pdfgeni.com/book/suzuki-LS650-savage-MANUAL-pdf.html

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    Does your starter have a good ground now after the paint job??? If you jump from the battery to the starter side of the solenoid, do you get any results?

    If you have good power and the starter is known good, your solenoid could be faulty.

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