Question about 1993 Suzuki DR 350 S
HI, QUITE A SIMPLE JOB IN THIS ENGINE, LESS COMPLICATED THAN MODERN BIKES, IF YOU ARE IN ANY WAY CONFIDENT YOU CAN DO THIS THEN JUST MAKE SURE YOU PRE ALIGN ALL THE MARKINGS ON THE CRANKSHAFT, AND CAMSHAFT BEFORE DISASEMBLY, MAKE YOURSELF A DIAGRAME, TOP DEAD CENTRE, WITH CAM LOBES FACING DOWN, YOUL HAVE NO PROBLEMS, THE ONLY TIP I WOULD GIVE YOU IS CLEANLYNESS IS INPERATIVE, CLEAN THE MATING SURFACE OF THE ROCKER COVER AND CYLINDERHEAD, USE A GOOD SEALENT , IE HAELOMAR OR SIMILAR BUT DONT USE SILICONE AS THIS PUSHES OUT WHEN YOU TIGHTEN UP THE FIXING BOLTS, 6mmBOLTS 6-8ftlbs & 8mm bolts 12-16ftlbs (6mm bolts have a 10mm bolt head & 8mm bolts have a 12mm bolt head,
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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