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HOW TO REPLACE A 1986 700 SUZUKI INTRUDER @
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Suzuki VS700 Service Manual
Posted on Apr 22, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the chain type is 428. take chain off and count # of links.give those 2 #s to parts guy. when you replace a worn chain,the front and rear sprockets should be replaced at the same time, because worn sprockets and a new chain will cause accelerated chain wear. count # of teeth on sprockets & give those 2#s to the parts guy also. if you want a longer wearing chain, buy one w/ the highest tensile strength,once again, parts guy can help you find that.dont forget,lube & adjust chain as needed.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
Fill the filter with oil (but do not overfill it) and in stall it. The capacity of the crankcase is stamped on the oil filler hole in CC. there are 946cc in one US quart.
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Posted on Sep 20, 2009
thr rear wheel is removed as normal except u will have to tilt the bike over on the opposite side to the driveshaft. dont forget the brake rod has to be removed as well.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
DONT SPLIT THE TIMMING CHAIN TAKE THE CRANK OUT AND FIT IT THAT WAY. IF YOU SPLIT THE CHAIN IT WILL MORE THAN LIKELY SNAP AT THE POINT WHERE IT WAS REJOINED
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
hi,as with most modern bikes(if not all)the ignition timing is not adjustable,the advance ****** function and all the timing is controlled by the cdi(black box)unit,these are sealed and non adjustable,the only moving part in the whole ignition system is the interrupter which is located on the end of the crankshaft assembly which spins with the crankshaft between two pickup sensors,these sensors are also fixed and non adjustable.all of the timing parameters are factory preset and once again non adjustable,if you are having problems with the bike not running smoothly or surging etc,i would be looking at the carburettors or fuel system..hope this helps
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
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