so i just got it running and she has a nasty tick in top end sounds like its coming from the #1 cylinder how do i adjust the valves on this one? doesnt it have the shims instead of of screw type if so were can i get a shim kit for it thanks
ok so ive been looking on bikebandit.com and found these 17-1: SHIM,TAPPET 2.8 T:2.80
480254-001 $5.66 are these the ones or do i need different ones? or should i wait tell i tear her apart to measure the old shims dont know to much about these so any more info will help me out a lot thanks
$5.66 will only get you one shim. You need to measure each clearance. If not up to specs you need to change the shim. You'll probably be able to re use a couple of the shims for another valve and only replace a couple. See the manual in the download sticky.
thank u gertram so i was cleaning all the nasty crap off of her and found the fork seals need to be done,needs a speedo,clutch lever, front break reservoir hose to the front master cylinder, motor mount bolt/s,the 4 screws that hold the gas cap on, new solo cowl, wind screen, and a few other things. one other thing found out its a California bike, but some one started to take all emissions stuff off but the secondary air lines anyway thanks again
well i liked the way the stock paint looks, so i will probably put back to stock. i am going to make a video of the way it sounds today so i can get some more advice.
with this tick thats in this bike doesnt do it when first started after about 45sec to a min of running it starts to be audible oil is a bit dirty but not bad i will have a video on youtube in a today.
ok kool so i need to find out how to adjust cam chain ok off to the service manual thanks kool will post what i find.
ok so i just got do pulling off the cam chain tentioner found a lil bit of metal in the oil that came out. so i checked the oil again and bummer metal flakes. so from what i have been reading i may as well tear her down and rebuild hu cuz metal up that far in the motor there is most defenitly bearing damage what du all think
Last edited by 86750b; 06-15-2009 at 10:29 PM.
Reason: bike is pos
What i heard on the video sounds mostly like valve clearance. All GSXR oilers are quite noisy. Getting the valves and carbs (cleaned, float hight adjusted, synchronized) right plus making sure cam tensioner is working right will help to some extent but at idle it will never be silent.
If you're thinking about a rebuild you can do the routine maintanance first and see if that helps, you'll have to do that anyway. Service the carbs thouroughly. And setting valve clearance is not that big a deal. I'ld try that first, along with new oil and filter.
GSXR750H with RGV USD front end, Hayabusa calipers, Brembo radial masters, Harris rear sets, WP 315mm shock and Micron 4in2in1.
let me know if this is not a good kit to get thanks
Just wondering why you are going to spend so much money on a shim kit. The last time I didn my valves, I figured out which ones I needed and got them thru the local suzuki dealer. It took a few days to get them but I think I paid less than $15 for the three or four shims I needed. I don't know what you budget is but I do know that there's other areas that you will need that money judging by the pics.
That doesn't look like a bad deal but You could probably go to a local motorcycle repair shop and buy the shims you need from them. It doesn' even have to be a dealer, if they service bikes they will have the shims. After swithching and swaping mine around I only had to buy 5 at $2 each. It would be nice to just have the kit though
That tick does not sound good, and with metal flakes in the oil that is also a bad sign. I'm dealing with the same thing right now but not quite as bad. I expect a rod is knocking in mine because I have lots of glitter in the oil, it looks like a stripper spilled her makeup in the oil pan! You may want to check your oil pressure, good luck finding the correct fitting though.