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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-09-2017, 08:21 AM Thread Starter
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need some help! 95 gxsr 750w

i just bought my 750 yesterday. long story short it was bought at a storage unit auction. the owner of the unit was said to have owned a race shop. the unit was filled with about 25000 in snap on equipment for motorcycles and toolboxes. and this bike. the motor on the bike was suppose to be built. it was stored in the unit with the carbs off and wrapped up and the intake boots taped off. when i got home i started looking further and noticed the cdi box was gone and the wiring harness was hacked up(missing connectors and some of the light wiring was cut). i unwrap the carbs to find out they are Keihin 39mm flatside carbs. so that tells me the motor maybe built. but i cannot even see if it turns over with the harness relays and wires cut. what specific year harness will work for my bike?
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Re: need some help! 95 gxsr 750w

Ya may want to take out the plugs and turn it over by hand first.
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+1 pull the plugs, shoot some wd40 in the culinary roll it over by hand a couple times.
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Re: need some help! 95 gxsr 750w

94/95 gsxr 750 wiring harness only. '93 was different.
you can make '93 work with a 93 key ignition and cdi.
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what is the best way to go about turning it over by hand? and would the 39 fcr flatside carbs be worth keeping or should i try to sell them. street bike and once or twice a week rider only
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I have no experience with flatslides directly, but I hear they are best for racing, and need to be adjusted/tuned almost every time you run the bike. Might be better off with CV carbs

There's a picture of how to roll the crank in this thread. First picture. Post #3. The larger hole has a 14mm bolt head. You turn that. Clockwise only. The smaller hole is a sight hole for timing reasons.

https://www.gixxer.com/forums/17-srad...tensioner.html
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Re: need some help! 95 gxsr 750w

Hope you have a garage and tools! Here some stuff to help!

1. Get you Red R
2. Fiche: Motorsports Honda Yamaha Suzuki Kawasaki Motorcycle Dealer ATV Greenville NC Used Sport Bikes Eastern North Carolina Hustler mower, Honda Power equi
3. Get a book: 1992-1995 SUZUKI GSX R750W MOTORCYCLE SERVICE MANUAL & BINDER/ 99500-37073-03E | eBay
4. Get another book: https://www.amazon.com/Suzuki-Katana...sxr+750+haynes
5. Carb help and parts: (but I say keep the 39 FCRs) CV Carb Tuning Procedures
6. Carb parts for cv and fcr (wiil need float needle from other supplier): LiteTek
7. Get on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBh...T3qXwTW0eToyCg
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Re: need some help! 95 gxsr 750w

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I have no experience with flatslides directly, but I hear they are best for racing, and need to be adjusted/tuned almost every time you run the bike.
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I have Keihin FCRs on all my carbed bikes. They work awesome. The only bad thing about them is a lack of a choke.
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sweet ill keep them for right now then. if i post some pics of the motor serial numbers and pics of the bike it self can yall help me determine if it is water or oil cooled as i am missing some parts
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That is water cooled
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