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Old 02-27-2006, 05:56 PM   #21
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The gauge cluster is the same harness. I chopped the mounts off of it and zip-tied it to the upper tripple tree. The headlight is easy to wire up. I soldered some pins to the ends of the wires and plugged them into my existing headlight harness. Its a 5 minute job to wire them up. The connectors cost under a buck. As far as the mount for the headlight, it comes with some rubber straps that attach to the fork tubes. I did not use these because I needed more clearance for the gauges and I wanted the lights to be aimed correctly so a made up some mounts. I will post the pics of the mounts Tuesday evening when I get home. The turnsignals are screwed into the headlight.
can you post up some pictures of how you mounted your gauge and the mounts you made for the headlight?? please
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Old 03-01-2006, 08:24 AM   #23
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can you post up some pictures of how you mounted your gauge and the mounts you made for the headlight?? please
I should be able to post them up in a couple of days. I will take some on Friday and have them up then.
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great thread.

my overflow is made out of a small pepsi plastic bottle.....so ghetto.
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Old 03-06-2006, 07:47 PM   #25
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awesome thread. i used 2 ear plugs for my tip over sensor,
and i bought an idle adjuster from an 00 750. works great,
as far as the coolant goes, mine really hasnt given me any trouble.
although my bike is running hot so i'm gonna have to troubleshoot that and probly just put some better coolant in it, whats the best way to drain your radiator ? i dont see a petc*ck valve anywhere like my truck used to have.
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Why would anyone need to adjust the idle? is it bad that mine idles at 2000rpm?
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Why would anyone need to adjust the idle? is it bad that mine idles at 2000rpm?
we adjust our idles cuz the ladies the ladies think its super cool when we cruise around town with no hands on the bars:YEAH j/k
you adjust your idle up to ride slow wheelies off the idle, 2000 rpms is high if your not stunting. normal idle i think is 1200 to 1400 rpms when the bike is warm
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awesome thread. i used 2 ear plugs for my tip over sensor,
and i bought an idle adjuster from an 00 750. works great,
as far as the coolant goes, mine really hasnt given me any trouble.
although my bike is running hot so i'm gonna have to troubleshoot that and probly just put some better coolant in it, whats the best way to drain your radiator ? i dont see a petc*ck valve anywhere like my truck used to have.
A better fluid really wont help it run cooler. Water is a great heat conductor and it really cant be improved on much as far as the coolant system goes. Things like water wetter and similar products do have their benifits but you wont see nearly as much of a difference as you are expecting. On a warm day in the lot your bike will always be running hot no matter what fluid you have in it. If you want it to run cooler there are a couple of tactics that work.

1) Put a switch in to manually flip your cooling fan on. On the 04/05 gsxr the fan doesnt kick in untill the coolant temp is up around 215. By turning on the fan earlier you can maintain a constant flow of air over the radiator and reduce your coolant temperatures (you are more likely to burn out the fan motor but it may save life on other parts).

2) You can also install an oil cooler. While this will not directly keep coolant temperatures down it will reduce the overall temperature of the system.
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Old 03-07-2006, 05:08 PM   #29
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i would expect it to run hot while at the lot,
but like when i'm just cruising around town its a lot hotter than
it used to be, so something is definitely wrong.
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dave u got same body style gsxr as i do

i was wondering can i use fast idle on the left clip on to sub for adjusting my idle screw ?

i have an 01 6 ..
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i love how 98% of the parts on gixxers are interchangeable.
but nah, that thing on the handlebar is more like a choke,
my buddy used to turn it up when doing tankstands, and i could see smoke blowing out the pipe, so i think that would be bad.
the real deal idle adjuster is what u need.
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damn .. ruined my dreams .. haha

dave .. where is tip over sensor on our bikes ?

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under the seat just in front of the battery tray.

I have water wetter in mine and it runs hella cool. The fan comes on in the summer and when I'm really working the engine,but that's to be expected....and this is FL.
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thats awesome.
its been a while since i changed the fluid so i'm thinking that right there could be the problem,
and for 10 bucks i mine as well give the water wetter a shot.

how do i change my coolant fluid ?
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ust pull the lines off with something under the bike to catch the fluid, that's what I did. it's pretty easy. if you leave like 6 ounces of coolant in the system it will do a great job cooling and not freeze. The whole system holds less than a gallon if I remember correctly.
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Or you can go to the suzuki dealer and order a idle adjuster for an 2000 gsxr 750 with the bracket that bolts to you over flow. everything you need shold cost you about 35.00
point me to the part on ronayers plz need to order me one

http://www.ronayers.com/fiche/frames...70&parent=5600
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found it i think .. now i just need to know what parts to order

http://www.ronayers.com/fiche/300_03...70&parent=5600

#29, #26 .. is that all i need ?
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found it i think .. now i just need to know what parts to order

http://www.ronayers.com/fiche/300_03...70&parent=5600

#29, #26 .. is that all i need ?

looks like 26
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looks like 26

i can't see the mircofish.. but you need the idle screw which is the long adjustment with the **** on it... and the bracket
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Water wetter is a good product but I would suggest Liquid performance, BETTER than ENGINE ICE and still offers freeze protection, YET unlike Engine Ice it has 0 evaptoration rate. So what about an oil sump pick-up extension for my 99' 600 SRAD? or my Buddies 96' 750 SRAD?
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