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Old 09-21-2008, 08:01 PM   #1
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Arrow sv spark plugs=one pain in the (how to write up)

i swear suzuki engineers are a bunch of retards , i had to take off the radiator to get to the front plug, took alot of waisted time, if your goin to do it yourself heres a link to sv-portal.com ;write up on basic location and tools needed, good luck http://www.sv-portal.com/forums/showthread.php?t=20497
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Old 09-21-2008, 08:09 PM   #2
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i swear suzuki engineers are a bunch of retards , i had to take off the radiator to get to the front plug, took alot of waisted time, if your goin to do it yourself heres a link to sv-portal.com ;write up on basic location and tools needed, good luck http://www.sv-portal.com/forums/showthread.php?t=20497

that sucks btw did you fix the rear brake?
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Old 09-21-2008, 08:14 PM   #3
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that sucks btw did you fix the rear brake?
yeah man i took it to javi and he replaced and bled them, they were ****ed up man but all in all now my bike is runnin like a champ we def got to ride somewhere, all i need to do now is get some more rad fluid to replace all the fluid i lost takin the sob off
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yeah man i took it to javi and he replaced and bled them, they were ****ed up man but all in all now my bike is runnin like a champ we def got to ride somewhere, all i need to do now is get some more rad fluid to replace all the fluid i lost takin the sob off
yeah anytime bro i work till 5 pm weekdays anytime after that

btw what was wrong with em the pump or air in the system?
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yeah anytime bro i work till 5 pm weekdays anytime after that

btw what was wrong with em the pump or air in the system?
seems like i had so much air in the line it sucked the rubber placement from the rear brake revoir cap(not sure the exact name) all the way down ,
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seems like i had so much air in the line it sucked the rubber placement from the rear brake revoir cap(not sure the exact name) all the way down ,
well bro at least is done and now u safe. u mean the reservoir

i remember when i had the 250 i had to remove the tank to replace the plugs

and in my gs i have to remove the fairings yeah i know what you mean
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It's not necessary to entirely remove the radiator, just remove the lower mount and swivel it upward and you'll have enough room.
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It's not necessary to entirely remove the radiator, just remove the lower mount and swivel it upward and you'll have enough room.
man i tried that but i my torque wrench could not fit in there enough , easy for a pro like you man but not for someone like myself
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