Suzuki RV125 VanVan Repair Manual (2003-06)

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Models covered by this manual: 2003 to 2006

Number of pages: 251 pages

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Suzuki RV125 VanVan

The Suzuki RV125 is a motorbike series produced by Suzuki from 1972 to 1982 and revived in 2003 as the RV125 VanVan.

1972–1982

The original Suzuki RV125 5-speed transmission was powered by an air-cooled 123 cc (7.5 cu in) single-cylinder 2-stroke engine. There are also 90 cc (5.5 cu in)[1] and 50 cc (3.1 cu in)[2] machines in the RV lineup.

From 2003 onwards

The new RV125 VanVan is powered by a 125 cc (7.6 cu in) four-stroke, air-cooled, single-cylinder, SOHC engine. It had a six-speed transmission and chain drive, balloon tyres, a dry weight of 117 kilograms (258 lb), and a seat height of 770 centimeters (30 in). The ‘retro’ VanVan is a dual-purpose bike that can cruise urban and suburban roadways at 60 mph.

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Suzuki GSXR750

Suzuki GSX-R 750 Repair Manual (1992-95)

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Suzuki GSX-R 750 Repair Manual (1992-95)

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Suzuki GSX-R 750

The Suzuki GSX-R750 is a family of 750cc sporting bikes from Suzuki‘s GSX-R series. It resembles a Suzuki Endurance racer and is the first inexpensive, contemporary racer-replica appropriate for road use. It debuted at October 1984 at the Cologne Motorcycle Show.

1992 GSX-R750 (WN)

New water-cooled engine, as well as a redesigned frame, bodywork, and suspension.
The oil-cooled engine was kept for US market versions, and the 1992 model is essentially the same as the 91 models with altered artwork.
For 1992 and 1993, a sleeved down version was released as the GSXR-600, with inverted forks.
The GSXR-600 was water-cooled for the US market in 1992, but the 750 had to wait another year.

1993 GSX-R750 (WP)

The engine internals were heavily revised, with the crank and connecting rods being forged steel rather than cast iron.
The valve-train was also changed, resulting in a substantial boost in power.

1994 GSX-R750 (WR)

Last year’s model had less power and weight.
This year’s inverted forks were blue anodized.
Instead of the ‘banana’ form of the previous model, the swinging arm now features higher bracing (similar to the 750RK).

1994-1995 GSX-R750 SPR

Special factory features on the ‘SPR’ limited-edition racing homologation model include wide-mouthed TRM40 carbs, a close-ratio gearbox, magnesium engine covers, an alloy water pump, six-piston brake calipers, and a redesigned braced swingarm.
A larger rear wheel with a wider 180 rear section tire was also installed.
The ‘SPR’ weighed 10 kg less than the WP.

1995 GSX-R750 (WS)

The final model to employ the double-cradle for increased rigidity was the 1994 model year, and the top fairing was completely redesigned with lighter, dual reflector beam headlights.
Motorcyclist claims it has the maximum ground clearance when leaning over, behind only a Ducati 916.

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Suzuki GSX-R 600 Repair Manual (1997-2000)

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Suzuki GSX-R 600

The Suzuki GSX-R600 is a 600 cc class, or supersport, sport bike in Suzuki‘s GSX-R motorcycle series.

1992–1993

The engine is a water-cooled 599 cc (36.6 cu in) inline-4. The initial model retained the same body specs as the 1992 GSX-R750, but with a smaller engine, and was unchanged for the 1993 model year. It was not imported into the United Kingdom.

1994–1996

There was no production.

1997–2000

Suzuki Ram Air Direct (SRAD) was introduced, and the design was continued through to the 2000 model year.

2001–2003

With the advent of fuel injection, the design was redesigned and carried over to the 2003 model year with very little alterations.

2004–2005

The 2005 model year had a redesign that carried over from the previous year. The fairings and fuel tank have been completely redesigned. Forks that are inverted and have radial brakes. On the engine side, titanium valves and a 32-bit ECU were among the improvements.

2006–2007

Suzuki debuted the all-new GSX-R600. The introduction of an underslung exhaust and a slipper clutch. The engine is brand new, although it has the same bore and stroke as previously.

2008–2010

Subframe, bodywork, and fuel tank are all new. Suzuki introduces a new Drive Mode Selector (S-DMS).

2011-2014

Overall weight reduction of 9 kg, Showa Big Piston Forks (BPF), Brembo monobloc radial front brake calipers, redesigned lighter frame and swingarm, and 15 mm shorter wheelbase. New gauge cluster, similar to the one seen on the GSX-R1000. Mid-range torque is increased via new cams, lighter pistons, greater compression, and pentagonal ventilation holes in the block.

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Suzuki GSX-R 600 Repair Manual (2001-03)

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Suzuki GSX-R 600

The Suzuki GSX-R600 is a 600 cc class, or supersport, sport bike in Suzuki‘s GSX-R motorcycle series.

1992–1993

The engine is a water-cooled 599 cc (36.6 cu in) inline-4. The initial model retained the same body specs as the 1992 GSX-R750, but with a smaller engine, and was unchanged for the 1993 model year. It was not imported into the United Kingdom.

1994–1996

There was no production.

1997–2000

Suzuki Ram Air Direct (SRAD) was introduced, and the design was continued through to the 2000 model year.

2001–2003

With the advent of fuel injection, the design was redesigned and carried over to the 2003 model year with very little alterations.

2004–2005

The 2005 model year had a redesign that carried over from the previous year. The fairings and fuel tank have been completely redesigned. Forks that are inverted and have radial brakes. On the engine side, titanium valves and a 32-bit ECU were among the improvements.

2006–2007

Suzuki debuted the all-new GSX-R600. The introduction of an underslung exhaust and a slipper clutch. The engine is brand new, although it has the same bore and stroke as previously.

2008–2010

Subframe, bodywork, and fuel tank are all new. Suzuki introduces a new Drive Mode Selector (S-DMS).

2011-2014

Overall weight reduction of 9 kg, Showa Big Piston Forks (BPF), Brembo monobloc radial front brake calipers, redesigned lighter frame and swingarm, and 15 mm shorter wheelbase. New gauge cluster, similar to the one seen on the GSX-R1000. Mid-range torque is increased via new cams, lighter pistons, greater compression, and pentagonal ventilation holes in the block.

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Suzuki GSX-R 600 Repair Manual (2004-05)

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Suzuki GSX-R 600

The Suzuki GSX-R600 is a 600 cc class, or supersport, sport bike in Suzuki‘s GSX-R motorcycle series.

1992–1993

The engine is a water-cooled 599 cc (36.6 cu in) inline-4. The initial model retained the same body specs as the 1992 GSX-R750, but with a smaller engine, and was unchanged for the 1993 model year. It was not imported into the United Kingdom.

1994–1996

There was no production.

1997–2000

Suzuki Ram Air Direct (SRAD) was introduced, and the design was continued through to the 2000 model year.

2001–2003

With the advent of fuel injection, the design was redesigned and carried over to the 2003 model year with very little alterations.

2004–2005

The 2005 model year had a redesign that carried over from the previous year. The fairings and fuel tank have been completely redesigned. Forks that are inverted and have radial brakes. On the engine side, titanium valves and a 32-bit ECU were among the improvements.

2006–2007

Suzuki debuted the all-new GSX-R600. The introduction of an underslung exhaust and a slipper clutch. The engine is brand new, although it has the same bore and stroke as previously.

2008–2010

Subframe, bodywork, and fuel tank are all new. Suzuki introduces a new Drive Mode Selector (S-DMS).

2011-2014

Overall weight reduction of 9 kg, Showa Big Piston Forks (BPF), Brembo monobloc radial front brake calipers, redesigned lighter frame and swingarm, and 15 mm shorter wheelbase. New gauge cluster, similar to the one seen on the GSX-R1000. Mid-range torque is increased via new cams, lighter pistons, greater compression, and pentagonal ventilation holes in the block.

Source: Wikipedia

Suzuki GSX-R 600 Repair Manual (2006-07)

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Suzuki GSX-R 600

The Suzuki GSX-R600 is a 600 cc class, or supersport, sport bike in Suzuki‘s GSX-R motorcycle series.

1992–1993

The engine is a water-cooled 599 cc (36.6 cu in) inline-4. The initial model retained the same body specs as the 1992 GSX-R750, but with a smaller engine, and was unchanged for the 1993 model year. It was not imported into the United Kingdom.

1994–1996

There was no production.

1997–2000

Suzuki Ram Air Direct (SRAD) was introduced, and the design was continued through to the 2000 model year.

2001–2003

With the advent of fuel injection, the design was redesigned and carried over to the 2003 model year with very little alterations.

2004–2005

The 2005 model year had a redesign that carried over from the previous year. The fairings and fuel tank have been completely redesigned. Forks that are inverted and have radial brakes. On the engine side, titanium valves and a 32-bit ECU were among the improvements.

2006–2007

Suzuki debuted the all-new GSX-R600. The introduction of an underslung exhaust and a slipper clutch. The engine is brand new, although it has the same bore and stroke as previously.

2008–2010

Subframe, bodywork, and fuel tank are all new. Suzuki introduces a new Drive Mode Selector (S-DMS).

2011-2014

Overall weight reduction of 9 kg, Showa Big Piston Forks (BPF), Brembo monobloc radial front brake calipers, redesigned lighter frame and swingarm, and 15 mm shorter wheelbase. New gauge cluster, similar to the one seen on the GSX-R1000. Mid-range torque is increased via new cams, lighter pistons, greater compression, and pentagonal ventilation holes in the block.

Source: Wikipedia

Suzuki GSX-R 600 Repair Manual (2008-10)

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Suzuki GSX-R 600

The Suzuki GSX-R600 is a 600 cc class, or supersport, sport bike in Suzuki‘s GSX-R motorcycle series.

1992–1993

The engine is a water-cooled 599 cc (36.6 cu in) inline-4. The initial model retained the same body specs as the 1992 GSX-R750, but with a smaller engine, and was unchanged for the 1993 model year. It was not imported into the United Kingdom.

1994–1996

There was no production.

1997–2000

Suzuki Ram Air Direct (SRAD) was introduced, and the design was continued through to the 2000 model year.

2001–2003

With the advent of fuel injection, the design was redesigned and carried over to the 2003 model year with very little alterations.

2004–2005

The 2005 model year had a redesign that carried over from the previous year. The fairings and fuel tank have been completely redesigned. Forks that are inverted and have radial brakes. On the engine side, titanium valves and a 32-bit ECU were among the improvements.

2006–2007

Suzuki debuted the all-new GSX-R600. The introduction of an underslung exhaust and a slipper clutch. The engine is brand new, although it has the same bore and stroke as previously.

2008–2010

Subframe, bodywork, and fuel tank are all new. Suzuki introduces a new Drive Mode Selector (S-DMS).

2011-2014

Overall weight reduction of 9 kg, Showa Big Piston Forks (BPF), Brembo monobloc radial front brake calipers, redesigned lighter frame and swingarm, and 15 mm shorter wheelbase. New gauge cluster, similar to the one seen on the GSX-R1000. Mid-range torque is increased via new cams, lighter pistons, greater compression, and pentagonal ventilation holes in the block.

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Suzuki GS500E 1990

Suzuki GS500/E Repair Manual (1989-2006)

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Models covered by this manual: 1989 to 2006

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Suzuki GS500 E/K Repair Manual (1989-2006)

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Suzuki GS500/E

Suzuki Motor Corporation manufactures and markets the Suzuki GS500, an entry-level motorbike.
Suzuki manufactured the GS500 and GS500E models beginning in 1989 and the completely faired GS500F variant beginning in 2004. South America is actively producing and selling the GS500. The GS500 has been hailed as a best purchase and an outstanding starting bike, with enough if not thrilling power for more experienced riders (approximately 40 HP at the rear wheel).

The unfaired GS500 was originally marketed in the United Kingdom in 1988 (model code GS500EJ), and the next year’s variant (code GS500EK) was available for sale in Europe and North America. It had an air-cooled parallel twin-cylinder engine adapted from the previous GS450. For more than two decades, the GS500 constituted the bottom end of Suzuki’s mid-sized range.

Suzuki also produced GS500 models with engines restricted to meet the maximum power-to-weight ratio for use in countries with restrictive motorcycle licenses (the GS500 meets current EU and UK licence level A2 conditions without restricting the engine) or for countries with a Learner Approved Motorcycle program (such as Australia and New Zealand).

The engineering pedigree of the GS500 may be traced back to Suzuki’s first contemporary 4-stroke bikes. Suzuki began producing 4-stroke engines with the 1976 introduction of the GS750 air-cooled inline-four and the GS400 parallel-twin, after previously producing solely 2-stroke engines for 20 years.
The Suzuki GS line quickly grew to include bigger and smaller four-cylinder bikes, the GS1000 and GS550, respectively, while the twin-cylinder engine was bored out to become the GS425 twin. All of these versions used the original GS engine configuration, which had double overhead cams, two shim-adjusted valves per cylinder, and a roller-bearing crankshaft.

Inline four GS500E 1979-1982

In 1979, the GS500E motorcycle debuted, powered by a sleeved-down version of the GS550 engine (with smaller carburetors). The GS500E four was designed for markets where the reduced displacement met insurance or licensing requirements.

Parallel twin GS500E 1988-2000

Suzuki changed the basic GS series engine architecture to create the GS450 twin, a successor to the GS425, with a redesigned bottom-end design that featured a one-piece 180° crankshaft operating on simple bearings. Engine vibrations were managed by a balancing shaft. The displacement of this twin increased from 448 cubic centimetres (27.3 cu in) to 487 cubic centimetres (29.7 cu in) in 1988, when it became the engine for the new GS500E, thanks to a 3 mm bigger diameter.

Although the GS500E twin was based on an existing design, Suzuki created a whole new frame, running gear, and bodywork for the 1988 GS500EJ model geared at urban riders, beginning motorcyclists, and those on a budget. Furthermore, the GS500EJ debuted with Mikuni ‘Slingshot’ series carburetors, a design that was also employed on the Suzuki GSX-R750 racer-replica. Despite producing less horsepower than equivalent multivalve engines, the two-valve GS500 engine produced proportionately higher torque at low speeds.

The bike had a black painted engine installed on a light grey frame and white wheels when it was debuted in the UK in 1988, and the GS500EK model in Europe and North America in 1989. The early GS500 motorcycles had low two-piece handlebars that looked like clip-ons but were really fastened to the top triple tree. The handlebars were elevated to a more normal height in 1990. A California-specific variant for 1990 featured a lower fuel capacity of 15.0 liters (3.3 imp gal; 4.0 US gal) instead of 17 liters to make place for an evaporation canister under the tank.

The front suspension of the GS500EN (1992) was enhanced by adding spring preload adjustments to the forks. In 1996, the painted wheels were changed from white to dark grey, as was the frame on certain versions. The engine had been repainted black.

In 1997, new front brake calipers for the GS500EV were introduced, with two huge pistons replacing the previous unequally sized pistons. French versions were equipped with Mikuni BSR 34mm carburetors with a three-circuit configuration (pilot jet, mid-main jet, main jet) beginning in 1998 (GS500EW) for precise fuel metering throughout the rev range.

GS500 2001—2016

The GS500 received a new body and a 20-liter fuel tank in 2001. The rims of the wheels were painted light gray. Mikuni BSR 34mm carburetors, previously only seen on French cars, were made available to all markets. To minimize emissions, pulsed secondary air injection was employed.

In addition to deleting the GS500’s ‘E’ designation, all Suzuki bikes transitioned from a single letter code for the model year (e.g., ‘X’ for 1999) to a letter-and-number code: K1 for 2001, K2 for 2002, L0 for 2010, and so on. The wheel color was changed to black in 2002, and the frame was likewise painted black beginning in 2004.

Suzuki discontinued production of the GS500E for the US market in 2002 and did not introduce a GS500 for 2003. Suzuki discontinued the GS500 in the United Kingdom and Spain in 2007, however it was still marketed in other countries.

Suzuki Motor Corporation manufactures the GS500 at its Latin American manufacturing subsidiary Suzuki Motor de Colombia S.A. for sale in Colombia, export to Chile (where it is promoted as a vintage model), and Ecuador as of 2016.

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Suzuki DL650 V-STROM Repair Manual (2004-11)

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Suzuki DL650 V-Strom

Suzuki’s V-Strom 650 (DL650) is a mid-weight sport touring motorbike that has been in production since 2004, and is now in its third iteration as of model year 2017. It sports a conventional riding position, fuel injection, and an aluminum chassis. The DL650 is built in Suzuki‘s final assembly factory in Toyokawa, Japan, and is sold in Europe, Oceania, the Americas, and, as of 2018, India.

The V-Strom 650 sacrifices strength in one area for versatility to a wide range of riding circumstances, including commuting, cruising, adventure touring, and, to a lesser extent, off-road riding. The motorcycle can be classified as dual sport, sport enduro tourer, street/adventure, commuter, or entry-level.

According to the New York Times, the V-Strom has a devoted fan base across the world, and the DL650 outsells the larger Suzuki V-Strom 1000, the Suzuki V-Strom 1050, and the smaller Suzuki V-Strom 250.

The name V-Strom is a combination of V, which refers to the bike’s V engine design, and Strom, which means stream or flowing in German.

The V-Strom uses a two-into-one exhaust system with a fuel-injected and somewhat retuned 645 cc engine from Suzuki’s SV650 sport bike. A normal, upright riding stance improves the bike’s handling qualities.

Engine

The engine is a liquid-cooled, four-stroke V-twin with a bore of 81.0 mm (3.19 in) and a stroke of 62.6 mm (2.46 in), four valves per cylinder, and intake and exhaust valving with their own camshafts.
When compared to the SV engine, its more relaxed cam profiles increase power between 4,000 and 6,500 rpm, coupled with minor adjustments to the airbox and exhaust.

A revised starting clutch increases crank inertia (flywheel effect) by 4% compared to the SV.
In addition, for reduced weight and noise, the DL650 engine employs a plastic outer clutch cover and engine sprocket cover.

Unlike the SV engine, which has cast iron cylinder sleeves, the DL650 has plated cylinders with Suzuki’s proprietary SCEM (Suzuki Composite Electro-chemical Material), a race-proven nickel-phosphorus-silicon-carbide coating for reduced weight and improved heat transfer, allowing for tighter and more efficient piston-to-cylinder clearance, similar to a Nikasil coating.

Electronics in engines

The DL650 engine electronics assist with starting and throttle control, and it employs Suzuki’s AFIS (Auto Fast Idle System), which eliminates the need for a fast-idle control.

The engine control module (ECM) reads engine information, such as coolant temperature, and controls the fuel system’s two throttle bodies using a 32-bit central processing unit (CPU).

Emissions

The DL650 has Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) fuel injection and an exhaust system with a catalytic converter in the muffler.

European models satisfy Euro 3 emissions standards. A “PAIR” air injection system decreases CO and HC emissions in the United States.

Chassis

A rear Showa mono-shock with rebound and hydraulic preload control is housed in a robust, twin-spar aluminum frame and swingarm.

The damper-rod forks on the front Showa are not adjustable. The DL650 features a front wheel that is 19 inches in diameter and a rear wheel that is 17 inches in diameter.

Bodywork and instruments

A compact analog step-motor speedometer and tachometer (both with LED illumination) and a digital LCD unit with odometer, trip meter, coolant temperature gauge, fuel gauge, LED neutral, digital clock, turn signal and high beam lights, and an oil pressure warning light comprise the bike’s instrument cluster.

A windshield that may be adjusted enables for 50 mm of mobility (2.0 in). A tiny underseat compartment, perfect for small tools, gloves, or an owner’s handbook, is accessible by removing the seat and using a lock placed at the back of the bike, immediately below the built-in rack.

First generation

2004

  • first model year.

2005

  • Headlight interruption upon beginning has been introduced.
  • Only 100 special edition models were made, each with many unique accoutrements and a tire mark painted on the fairing.

2007

  • ABS Optional (Anti-lock braking system)
  • The wheelbase was expanded from 1,540 to 1,550 mm (60.6 to 61.2 in) with a 15.2 mm increase in swingarm length (.597 in)
  • Each cylinder has two spark plugs. (European Models Excluded)
  • The idle adjustment screw was removed.

2008

  • Alternator output increased from 375 to 400 watts.

2009

  • All-steel rear axle locknut, formerly castellated nut type.
    (On US models only; Australia and New Zealand models always have this function.)
  • Previously amber signal light lenses have been replaced with clear lenses.

2010

  • There are no 2010 models in the United States.

2011

  • ABS standard on all 2011 models sold in the United States.

Source: Wikipedia