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    bwringer, I have a PDF copy of a service manual...

    bwringer, I have a PDF copy of a service manual for the 750. I don't remember where I found it though. The biggest downside to the manual are the pictures and highlighted sections. They are so dark...
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    Actually, the service manual I have does not show...

    Actually, the service manual I have does not show where to measure. Only what the measurement is supposed to be, break down of the system, etc, etc. You are right though, read IS hard but proper...
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    Well then...I'm officially ignorant. I've been...

    Well then...I'm officially ignorant. I've been measuring to the very top of the float. Yet the bike still runs well (somehow) minus some surging at cruising speed. Looks like I need to go back and...
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    Stupid question...

    When measuring float height on the BS32 carbs are you supposed to measure to the very top of the float or just before the hump? One set of instructions I found on here shows before the hump. Every...
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    I did. the factory spec called for about 7psi....

    I did. the factory spec called for about 7psi. There should be between 7-10 psi in each leg.
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    The bike is completely stock. For now...

    The bike is completely stock. For now...
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    Two part question.

    I've been working on my GS for a while now. I have replaced the fork seals and fluid. Added in the 191mL per the factory manual. Replaced the rear shocks with Progressive's and OE springs. Pulled the...
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    This is the what the Colortune is....

    This is the what the Colortune is. http://www.carbtune.com/colortune.html
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    Colortune, is it needed?

    I was reading an article on how to properly sync the carbs on the GS. They were using a Colortune to check on the fuel mixture and make sure it was correct. Is this Colortune really necessary or can...
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    Shock Spring Removal

    I'm having a pair of new shocks delivered today and I was trying to figure out how to take the springs off of the old shock last night. I didn't see a collar that slid off or anything. My question is...
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    Yeah, I just looked. Probably should've done that...

    Yeah, I just looked. Probably should've done that first. :rolleyes: I guess the only other question I have then is about rear sizes. Stock is a 110/90, currently there is a 130 (non Shinko) on it....
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    Shinko 712's on a 750

    Has anyone run the Shinko 712's on their GS? I can get a pair in the metric size for $108 out the door but I was curious about the ride and handling quality of them. Do they have decent wet/dry...
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    Well, I got the forks off and the tubes...

    Well, I got the forks off and the tubes separated. After talking with the guys at the dealer (they were the cheapest for OEM seals) I decided I didn't need to completely disassemble the forks. The...
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    I'm assuming I would need the 310mm or 320mm...

    I'm assuming I would need the 310mm or 320mm length shocks if I went with Hagon?
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    Opinion wanted

    Has anyone used the rear shocks from Emgo on their Suzuki? I just came across them and the look like the originals. I'm just curious about the ride quality. Then again, I'm sure anything is better...
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    Front Fork Tutorial?

    I was wondering if someone has created a step-by-step guide on rebuilding the front forks on the GS's. I've never done it and mine needs it done.
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    What's the difference?

    I need to replace the speedometer cable on my '81 GS750E but I keep coming across two different OE numbers. A 34910-45411 and a 34910-45421. What is the difference between them? Every time I look on...
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    UPDATE: So the needle has held up nicely being...

    UPDATE: So the needle has held up nicely being glued together. Then the other day the speedometer quit working altogether right after leaving the house. I can't win with this thing...
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    I just ended up gluing the broken piece back on....

    I just ended up gluing the broken piece back on. Hopefully it stays together. If it snaps again I'll trying something else. It's interesting that the speedometer doesn't have a direct mechanical...
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    Speedometer needle

    Yesterday the wife and I went out for a little ride. I made it about a mile or so down to the light and while we were sitting there I noticed half of my speedometer needle was gone. I looked over at...
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    bwringer....you are the man. Thank you for my...

    bwringer....you are the man. Thank you for my enlightenment. Now you have me concerned about even riding my bike with the 130 that's currently on the rear. lol I will keep the sizes original. Mainly...
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    You're both right. I really don't want to spend...

    You're both right. I really don't want to spend $100 per tire but at the same time there are certain brands I don't really trust. I was looking at the Shinko's because many people had commented about...
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    The rubber game

    I'm looking at putting new tires on the GS. Originally they are 100/90-19 in the front and 110/90-18 in the rear, modern sizes. Currently the bike has a 130/80-18 in the rear and a 100/90 in the...
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    One picture per post does not make a lot of...

    One picture per post does not make a lot of sense. Even using Flickr it's only one picture per post. All well...I have them saved if anyone wants them.
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    Gas Cap Tear Down

    Per the suggestion of a fellow member I decided to tear into my gas cap because I was having issues with the bike stalling out and the cap hissing after it was shut down. I took it apart and it...
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