Complete PDF version of the Service Manual for the Suzuki GSX-R 750 1996-97. A MUST for every GSX-R owner.
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OEM Original factory workshop manual.
Models covered by this manual: 1992 to 1995
Number of pages: 352 pages
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We do not offer printed manuals, for the following reasons:
- it is more eco-friendly to use a digital version
- your manual never gets dirty or greasy
- you can always choose to print the specific page(s) you need to work on your bike
- you receive your manual immediately after payment
- it is searchable
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.