Fol- tance from fuel tank reserve point low the procedure below to adjust the until the fuel tank is refilled. Turn the adjuster clockwise from the standard position to stiffen the damp- ing force. The following acceleration, hard cornering, and guidelines explain proper break-in hard braking for the first 160 km 100 procedures. . It is very difficult to force the pads back into the caliper assembly. If the Fuels containing 5% or less methanol situation not improved by wood alcohol may be suitable for changing, consult your Suzuki use in your motorcycle if they contain dealer.
Tighten the lens screws only until they are snug. Do not use hard materi- gone through to the bare metal, als which can scratch the paint. Adjust the drive chain slack by the engine. Unhook the hooks 2 to lift the instrument panel. Replace it if neces- sary. Place the motorcycle on the side stand. To remove the rear seat, the rear seat.
The fully turned-in position provides the stiffest damping force and turning the adjuster out will soften the damp- ing force. Check At each maintenance interval, adjust that the boots are fit securely. Perform all of them before riding the motorcycle. Ask your Suzuki dealer if you need to make a spare key. Push in on the bulb, twisting it to the left, and pull it out. Apply the front and rear brakes cause wheel skid and loss of con- evenly and at the same time.
Please note this manual is from a scan and not from the original digital source. Insert the crank end of the prop stay into the hole of the steering shaft. To use them, remove insert the ignition key into the lock the seat, hook your helmet to the hel- and turn it clockwise. It is a good practice to lubricate the motorcycle after a long rough ride and after get- ting it wet it in the rain or after wash- ing it. The 20 — 30 mm muffler will be hot enough to burn you for some time after stopping 4. Trip meters The 2 trip meters are resettable odometers. Loosen the axle holder bolts 3.
A tool kit is supplied and located under the rear seat. Loosen the lock nuts 3. We suggest that ner in front of the motorcyclist. The brake shift properly, squeeze the clutch light will be illuminated when the rear lever and close the throttle at the brake is operated. Suzuki will not be serious injuries that can happen is a responsible in any way for personal head injury. Turn the rod 4 and adjust the gearshift lever position.
Clean all damaged spots and windshield. Follow the procedure below to operate the Suzuki drive mode selector. At zone can cause severe engine this point you should shift to a damage. Electronic ignition Transistorized Spark plug. At this time, the Suzuki drive mode indicator shows nothing.
Refer to the starter motor. Step-by-step instructions and exploded views are included to make your repairs simple and quick. The chain may Some drive chain lubricant con- require more frequent adjustments tains solvents and additives which than indicated in the periodic mainte- could damage the seal rings in the nance schedule depending upon your drive chain. To reinstall the seat, slide the seat hooks into the seat hook retainers on the frame and tighten the bolts securely. Do not place the jack under the lower part of the fairing or the oil filter when jacking up the motorcy- cle. Overtightening the screws when reinstalling the lens may cause the lens to crack.
Pull off the bulb from the socket. Loosen the axle holder bolts 4. When replacing the headlight bulb, be careful not to touch the glass. Keep the steering damper shaft 1 clean at all times. Consult your Suzuki dealer for the electrical system check and repair. Rotate the rod 4 to locate the gearshift lever 65 — 75 mm 2. Over- Failure to perform break-in of the loading your tires can lead to tire fail- tires could cause tire slip and loss ure and loss of vehicle control.
To apply the rear disk brake. Failure to take the precautions below may result in an accident due to tire failure. Push in the bulb and turn it coun- terclockwise. Lift the front end of the fuel tank 7. Remove the prop stay 2 if the prop stay is equipped.