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Hi, Scott and the usual suspects are:
1. Improper valve adjustment.
2. Broken or loose cam chain.
3. Loose or broken cam sprocket.
4. Bent, burnt or stuck valve.
5. Blown head gasket.
6. Piston failure.
7. Broken connecting rod.
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Posted on Aug 17, 2020
Google " service manuals suzuki "
or go to www.repairmanuals.com
or try your local library. Often guys will donate manuals to the library.
You might find a free pdf service manual on this site, they have a ton of them.
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Posted on Apr 05, 2009
could be few probs, carbon build up on piston crown try a good cleaner fuel additive, your exaust is leaking or blowing allowing air to be sucked back in on revdown as well as you could have a inlet fault overfueling leaving to much unburnt fuel to enter your exaust, might be simple fix by just replacing the air filter and checking for burn marks around the air intake.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
Check the valve adjustment. If a valve is standing open just a little, the compression will be too low to start the engine. Check fuel delivery by dribbling a little gasoline into the carb and try starting the bike. If it starts and runs for a second or two, you're not getting fuel into the cylinders. Check you carb again.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
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