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    GSXR600K9 Specification

    Chassis
    Color Black, Blue/White, Orange/Black, White
    Brakes Front Disc brake, twin
    Brakes Rear Disc brake
    Curb Weight 196 kg (432 lbs)
    Dry Weight Raw 432
    Final Drive RK525SMOZ8, 114 links
    Fuel Tank Capacity 17.0 L (4.5/3.7 US/Imp gal)
    Fuel Tank Capacity Raw 4.5
    Ground Clearance 130 mm (5.1 in)
    Overall Length 2040 mm (80.3 in)
    Overall Width 715 mm (28.1 in)
    Seat Height 810 mm (31.9 in)
    Seat Height Raw 31.9
    Suspension Front Inverted, telescopic, coil spring, oil damped
    Suspension Rear Link type, coil spring, oil damped
    Tires Front 120/70ZR17M/C (58W), tubeless
    Tires Rear 180/55ZR17M/C (73W), tubeless
    Transmission 6-speed constant mesh
    Wheelbase 1400 mm (55.1 in)

    Engine
    Bore Stroke 67.0 mm (2.638 in) x 42.5 mm (1.673 in)
    Compression Ratio 12.8 : 1
    Engine 599 cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC
    Fuel System Fuel injection
    Ignition Electronic ignition (Transistorized)
    Lubrication Wet sump
    Starter Electric


    Below is some websites that provides more information about GSXR600
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suzuki_GSX-R600
    http://www.suzukicycles.com/Product%...9/GSXR600.aspx
    http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/232/28...omparison.aspx
    http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/232/74...omparison.aspx
    http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/232/80...n-Part-II.aspx
    http://www.motorcycle.com/specs/suzu...gsx-r/600.html
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    Default Information/Maintenance for Suzuki GSXR

    Bike Servicing/Maintenance:

    Running in: Normal Running in (Refer to service manual) or hard-break in
    Spark Plug: CR8EH-9(NGK)(Normal spark plug can last 10,000km, NGK CR8EIX Iridium 20,000km)
    Engine Oil: Semi-syn change every 3000km, Fully-syn change every 5000km (Can +/- up to 1000km)
    Oil Filter: Change every 2-3 EO change depending on service interval
    Air Filter: Service once a year or every 20,000km (Use aftermarket filters for cost saving)
    Coolant: Flush at least once a year or every 20,000km
    (Best use Engine ICE due the nature of the excessive heat produced)
    Brake Hose: Bleed at least once a year
    Fork Oil: Change every 2 years or 20,000km
    Tire Pressure: Front 250kpa, Rear 250kpa (without pillon)
    Front 250kpa, Rear 290kpa (with pillon)

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    Exclamation Modifications and Enhancement Done

    @SparkerS1
    What I have done on my Suzuki GSXR600K9: (DO THESE AT YOUR OWN RISK)

    PERFORMANCE:
    - Racewerks Dyno Hard Break-In ; Save the time & effort on normal running-in, pistons set in better in a controlled environment

    - Brembo RCS19 Master Pump with Tyga Brake Reservoir ; Better braking efficiency & feel, Least braking effort

    - CRG Clutch Lever Set ; Position Adjustable, Folding Lever to prevent breakage due to drop or crash

    - Yoshimura Dual Tip Slip on ; Lighter than Original Stock Exhaust, Better Emission Flow from Combustion Chamber, More Robust Sound compared to Original Stock Exhaust, Not as hot when compared with stock endcan.

    - BMC Air Filter ; Better airflow & filtration for a cleaner & better combustion

    - Fast Throttle Clip ; Open the throttle faster by less wrist movement

    - Supersprox 525 F16R45 ; Stronger & lighter sprockets, Increased acceleration

    - 4 Point Grounding ; Direct the stray currect back to the battery, Better response, Better mileage, Extend battery lifespan

    - Yuasa YTZ10S Battery ; Bigger capacity, easier starting up, improved power & response

    - APE MCCT ; Manual Cam Chain Tensioner where u can manually adjust the cam chain instead of the OEM ACCT (Automatic cam chain tensioner), Maintain the proper, constant cam chain tension necessary for reliable high performance riding and it will not backout.


    PROTECTION:
    - APA Exhaust Slider ; Resists wear/heat and helps protect muffler, much like a frame slider does.

    - Motivation Bar-end Sliders ; Additional Protection for the bike, Reduce vibration and improved stability on the handle bar, Improved handling

    - Motivation Frame Sliders ; Non-cut Version ; Additional Protection for the bike specially the fairings/engine/frame

    - Motivation Front/Rear Axle Sliders ; Additional Protection for the fork and swingarm

    - Motivation Bobbins ; Additional Protection for the bike & paddock stand mount

    - GBracing Engine Covers; 3 pieces, Protect the ignition/clutch casing

    - Raceshield Full Body Kit by Juzzwheels ; Tough & strong flim which provides protection/scratches

    - Godsend Customized Radiator Mesh ; Protect the radiator fins from sands, rocks and other road debris, Prevent the radiator from damage, Personalized design can be done on the mesh


    ACCESSORIES:
    - EBC HH Front & Rear Brake Pads ; Better braking efficiency, Reduce heat transfer compared to normal brake pads

    - HEL Brake Hose (Front & Rear) ; Steel braided brake hose, Better braking feel, Will not expand as much as normal rubber hose

    - MRA Smoke DoubleBubble Windscreen ; Improved airflow while riding specially when travelling in high speed

    - GSXR Fender Eliminator ; For a neat & tidy appearance

    - Juzzwheelz Reflective Designed Rim Sticker ; For personalized design

    - Seng Kwang IU Bracket ; Strong Stainless Steel bracket for mounting IU Unit

    - Philip H11 Power2Night ; Brighter street-legal bulb

    - HELLA Twin Disc Horn with Relay; Loud electrical horn to alert other motorists

    - Slim IU Unit with CF sticker ; For personalized design

    - Tapered wheel bearings ; Better quality, More durable & longer lifespan compared with normal ball bearings, Improve stability & handling

    - Michelin Power Pure ; Great grip on wet/dry conditions

    - Bridgeport Tire Valve ; Ease of inflating the tires, Better quality & fit, A variety of colours to choose from


    SERVICING
    - NGK Iridium Spark Plug CR8EIX ; Better & more precise spark plug firing, Longer life span

    - Motul 300V Factoryline 4T Engine Oil ; Better lubrication & protection for internal engine components

    - K&N Oil Filter ; Heavy duty construction, high flow rates, & outstanding oil filtration

    - OWS 3 in 1 Treatment ; Remove carbon and remove sludge build-up, cleans valves and fuel system, restore performance

    - Radiator & Coolant Reserve using Engine ICE ; Better quality coolant for the bike, Reduce engine overheating

    - Latest Fuel Consumption: 16 km/L


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    Please do not quote me or argue about my servicing intervals.
    You might have different servicing intervals due to different riding conditions, different riding techiques or track racing.
    This is a just a guide for newbies.
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    Post Some technical terms regarding Suzuki bikes

    Click on the hyperlink to download the GSXR600K9 PDF Service Manual.

    Click on the hyperlink to download the GSXR1000K9 PDF Service Manual.

    *****Choose slow download & wait for download to commence then click download again.*****

    1. MCCT
    Manual Cam Chain Tensioner where u can manually adjust the cam chain instead of the OEM ACCT (Automatic cam chain tensioner).
    Factory automatic adjusters can back out when the throttle is suddenly closed at higher rpms.
    This allows the cams to momentarily go out of time and can result in bent valves and/or serious engine damage!
    Hydraulic tensioners have a tendency to put too much tension on the chain guide under high rpm/high oil pressure conditions, resulting in premature cam chain wear.
    Installation of a Manual Cam Chain Tensioner will allow you to maintain the proper, constant cam chain tension necessary for reliable hi-performance riding and it will not backout.

    2. PAIR System
    PAIR = Pulse Air-Injection
    This part basically feeds clean air into the exhaust outlet to help eliminate unburnt fuel from emissions.
    This makes the engine runs warmer.

    3. Clutch safety switch
    If the clutch isn't pulled in, it will not start.
    Do not remove this switch as it will result in FI warning light on and bike will be in safe mode.

    4. Grounding
    Grounding cable is to produce better flow of the electrical current back to the battery negative terminal, via the lower resistance paths.

    Enhancement
    · Easier engine starting
    · Smoother engine, due to better ignition leads to improve fuel consumption
    · Improved power (in most of the case, gain back the lost power due to insufficient/inefficient
    stock grounding)
    · Improved engine response (due to fewer loads on the alternator after improving the charging
    efficiency)
    · Brighter and more stable head light intensity
    · Miscellaneous electrical improvements on the gauges, sensors etc.

    5. Relays
    Built to take the more powerful electrical surge needed by items like horns or lights. A relay is a safer approach to electrical switching and it enables the maximum amount of power to be fed to the device.

    6. FI Warning Light ProblemContributed by arab_dogolz

    Check ur FI by bypassing two wire under ur seat and it will show whats the problem
    [url]http://pnwriders.com/mechanical-technical/69250-gsxr-dealer-mode-fault-codes-please-sticky-thread.html

    C14 - THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR
    C15 - ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR
    C21 - INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR
    C22 - ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE SENSOR
    C23 - TIPOVER SENSOR
    C24 - IGNITION SIGNAL #1
    C25 - IGNITION SIGNAL #2
    C26 - IGNITION SIGNAL #3
    C27 - IGNITION SIGNAL #4
    C28 - SECONDARY THROTTLE VALVE ACTUATOR
    C29 - SECONDARY THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR
    C30 - SECONDARY THROTTLE CONTROL UNIT
    C31 - GEAR POSITION SENSOR
    C32 - INJECTOR SIGNAL #1
    C33 - INJECTOR SIGNAL #2
    C34 - INJECTOR SIGNAL #3
    C35 - INJECTOR SIGNAL #4
    C41 - FUEL PUMP CONTROL SYSTEM
    C42 - IGNITION SWITCH SIGNAL
    C46 - EXHAUST CONTROL VALVE ACTUATOR (01-02 1000 and 06-07 600/750/1000 ONLY)

    Location of dealer mode switch and how to get the codes.

    The dealer mode connector is under the tail cowling on the left side of the bike, near the regulator/rectifier. It will have only two wires going to it. It is is small white connector that does not plug into anything, and has a rubber cap on one end.

    BLACK W/ GREEN BAND Wire with a WHITE STRIPE and a
    WHITE W/ GREEN BAND Wire with a RED STRIPE.
    You just use a paper clip to jump the two wires together in the connector. This is for models with 16 bit ECM's





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    Poor gas mileage may be due to:
    • Under inflated tires
    • Engine running too cold
    • Transmission malfunction
    • Dragging brakes
    • Misaligned wheels
    • Dirty fuel filter







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    Need to run in the engine first during the required running-in period after overhaul,
    change the engine oil n oil filter at required intervals, you can feel the surge of power once the engine has been broken in, then can wack the bike.

    Bikes manufactured recent yrs have higher tolerance level thus seldom have the need for overhaul.

    Improper modification of bikes might caused pre-mature damaged/spoilt thus having the need to overhaul and replaced faulty components.

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    Improper use of engine braking might cause more harm cos of the excessive over-drive of the engine might cause the rear wheel to overspin, another factor is the rear wheel will over-drive the engine thus stressing the engine tat might cause pre mature damages.

    But proper use of engine braking wif smooth co-ordination of the braking system is good for the engine and ensures a more stable and enjoyable ride.

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    There are three categories of oil contaminates active in the engine wear process:

    1. Solid particles, including wear debris and soot, which damage mechanical components and catalyze lubricant breakdown;

    2. Liquid contaminates, including fuel and water, which corrode metals and hinder the functioning of lubricants; and

    3. Gaseous contaminants, including acidic combustion products, which corrode component surfaces and degrade the oil.

    Lube oil contamination accounts for seventy to eighty percent of all failures and wear problems. The wear process promoted by oil contamination leads to diminished fuel efficiency, shorter useful oil service life, increased engine down time, reduced component life, loss of engine performance, and an overall increase in operating costs.

    Contaminant particles responsible for this damage are in the size range of the dynamic lubricant films separating moving engine component surfaces... 10 microns and smaller. Typically these particles pass through the oil filter and continue to build up in the oil system. By making simultaneous contact with opposing surfaces these harmful particles focus the load onto a small area, degrading the surface and perpetuating a chain-reaction-of-wear.

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    True speed, best way is to put on dyno machine and do a dyno run. Another way is fix a GPS to find out the actual speed.

    Speedo error is caused by different tire sizes, sprocket sizes etc..........
    Same model of bike has different speedo error % as well, no matter it's a 150cc or 1000cc, speedo error exist, just how much % is the error.

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    Dyno-run can check the powerband and A/F ratio.
    A PC can fine tune and ensure a smooth powerband curve for maximum performance or long distance cruising depending on wat type of mapping u wan.

    At certain range, more fuel is need (too lean), sometimes less fuel is needed (too rich), thus a PC can do the adjustment and solve the problem.

    Proper re-jetting is need for caburetor bikes also ensures proper A/F ratio for maximum performance without increasing fuel consumption.

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    Things to take note when buying bike:
    1. Compare the insurance prices
    2. Compare the parts availability and waiting time
    3. The shops/mechanics that can repair the bike
    4. Resale value of the bikes
    5. Sitting posture for rider & pillion

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    Wat to look out for if you feel vibration when riding.
    1. Wheel bearings
    2. Steering cone bearing
    3. Fork oil (Time to service fork)
    4. Check for loose chain or worn-out sprockets
    5. Rear shocks too soft (Time to change the shocks or rebuild them)
    6. Check tire pressure.

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    Poor gas mileage may be due to:
    • Under inflated tires
    • Engine running too cold
    • Transmission malfunction
    • Dragging brakes
    • Misaligned wheels
    • Dirty fuel filter

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    Information on safety wire & what is it for:
    http://www.sportrider.com/suspension...ues/index.html

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    Brembo RCS19 Master Cylinder Pump


    Michelin Power Pure 2CT; New tires


    Yoshimura Dual Tip Carbon
    APA Exhaust Slider


    GBRacing Engine Covers


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    Motorcycle Safety Education

    PREPARING TO RIDE
    1. Wear the right gear.

    2. Become familiar with the motorcycle.

    3. Check the motorcycle equipment.

    4. Be a responsible rider.


    KNOW YOUR MOTORCYCLE
    • Read the owner’s manual first.

    •Start with the right motorcycle foryou.

    •Be familiar with the motorcycle controls.

    •Check the motorcycle before every ride.

    •Keep it in safe riding condition between rides.

    •Avoid add-ons and modificationsthat make your motorcycle harder to handle.


    RIDE WITHIN YOUR ABILITIES
    - “Following too closely” could be a factor in crashes involving motorcyclists.

    - Speeding up to lose someone following too closely only ends up with someone tailgating you at a higher speed.

    - Good experienced riders remain aware of what is going on around them.

    - The best way to help others see your motorcycle is to keep the headlight on — at all times


    GROUP RIDING
    - Do it in a way that promotes safety and doesn’t interfere with the flow of traffic.

    - Place inexperienced riders just behind the leader. That way the more experienced riders can watch them from the back.

    - Plan frequent stops on long rides.

    - Maintain close ranks but at the same time keep a safe distance to allow each rider in the group time and space to react to hazards.

    - Never ride directly alongside another rider.There is no place to go if you have to avoid a car or something on theroad. To talk, wait until you are both stopped.

    - Staggered Formation — This is the best way to keep ranks close yet maintain an adequate space.


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    Tips for a Safe Drive/Ride

    Long Distance Travel
    - Get a good night's sleep before leaving

    - Avoid driving/riding for long periods.
    Get a co-driver. Take breaks every 2 hours.

    - All rear-seat passengers are required by Malaysia traffic laws to belt up.


    Driving in heavy rain
    - Turn on your headlights and wipers.

    - Double your normal following distance.
    Longer braking distances are required on slippery roads.

    - Avoid hard braking to prevent loss of vehicle control. Etc fishtail or rear wheel skid.

    - Crosswinds may cause your vehicle to veer off course. Look out for warning signs at danger spots and slow down.


    Night Driving
    - Avoid looking directly at oncoming headlights to avoid being blinded.

    - Dip your headlights to avoid blinding oncoming vehicles.

    - Do not speed, drive/ride to your own limit.
    Longer reaction time is needed because of poorer visibilty at night.

    - Flash your high beam when driving/riding around blind corners to notify oncoming motorists of your presence.

    - Overtake only when you are on a straight road.


    Motorcycle & its components are replaceable & rebuildable.
    The human body don't work this way.
    The human body takes time to heal & recover, it might even break and cannot be fixed.

    Please set your priority right.

    No such thing as could afford to buy a bike but couldn't afford appropriate riding gears.

    We are not famous racers or even paid to ride, protect yourself with riding gears to minimize the pain & injuries from the crash.
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    Anyone who wish to contribute to the above post, please kindly PM me.

    I appreciate all relevant information/problems/solutions given.

    So far nobody yet to contribute............

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