Question about Suzuki Motorcycles
Gsxr 1100 1992 spark plug gap @
Posted by Anonymous on
It’s .028-.032 and you should be using a NGK CR9E Spark Plug or a quality plug that’s equivalent. Are you just doing a spring tune up or are you having an issue? If so, let me know and I’ll help as much as I can my friend. I put 4-5 sets in my GSXR 1000 last year before figuring out why it kept “fouling” them. I thought I had major problems, the bike ran great at idle and up to 4K-5K RPM but then it just cut out and wouldn’t rev higher. Turns out that when the previous owner reinstalled the gas tank(after changing the plugs as part of a simple tune up) he accidentally got the fuel line in a slight bind and it messed up the ability of the fuel system to get adequate fuel to the injectors. I found out by sitting the tank in a chair beside the bike as I started it, which stretched any obstruction or “bind” out of the fuel line so it flowed free- I fired it up and barely touched the throttle- boom straight to like 9K-10K RPM- what a relief. I shared that as an example of how the simplest things need not ever be overlooked. I doubt you have any such issue but perhaps someone will see this later and it’ll be helpful.
Ride Safe My Friend, and Have Fun, Just Not Too Much unless you’re gonna name it after me!
Posted on Apr 08, 2019
You will find the info and any thing else you need in the manual for your bike here. Good Luck.
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Posted on Mar 30, 2009
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