Re: 1998 gsxr 750 srad , problems......
mlongo99 has pretty much covered the checks need doing
how long was engine running for till you could smell the `sweet` smell?
im thinking it COULD be old coolant over the engine from when it might of overflowed.....coolant can smeel sweet ish when burnt on hot engine
if i was you, id take both fairings off & then start it & look around while its idling & building up a hotter temp
also the coolant system could need bleeding, if its not full enough, it'll have air blocks & this means it wont cool efficently....fill it up via radiator cap on right of the rad(under right fariing) & watch it, cause chances are, it'll go down a few times where its going round the system.........then once its deffo not going down anymore, put cap on, & fill other coolant bottle on other side inbetween the max & min lines, then shake bike side to side to release any trapped air bubbles in the system..........then open rad cap again.......but this might only release a tiny bit of air, now replace lid & start bike & let it idle till its near `fan on` temps, then if your careful(i do it anyway) undo rad cap again & there will be alot of pressured air that hisses out, but now you've got rid of that excess air, the coolant level will now have dropped, so top up again.......basically do all this till theres no air left hissing out but the coolant level is still at same(ish) level when you take rad cap off & look
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