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Suzuki GSX-R 1000 Owners Manual: Conclusion

Traffic, road and weather conditions vary. Other motorists' actions are unpredictable. Your motorcycle's condition can change. These factors can best be dealt with by giving every ride your full attention.

Circumstances beyond your control could lead to an accident. You need to prepare for the unexpected by wearing a helmet and other protective gear, and learning emergency braking and swerving techniques to minimize the damage to you and your machine.

The best way to learn basic riding skills and evasive maneuvers or refresh your own riding skills is to take one of the courses offered by the motorcycle safety foundation.

Your suzuki dealer can help you locate the fundamental or advanced riding skills course nearest you, or owners in the usa can call toll-free 1-800-446-9227.

Good riding on your new suzuki!


Carrying a passenger
Carrying a passenger, when done correctly, is a great way to share the joy of motorcycling. You will have to alter your riding style somewhat since the extra weight of a passenger will affect han ...

Fuel, engine oil and coolant recommendation
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Other materials:

Carrying a passenger
Before you invite someone to be a passenger on your motorcycle, you need to be thoroughly familiar with motorcycle operation. Adjust tire pressures and suspension according to the tire pressure and loading section and the suspension section of this manual. The passenger should always hold ...

Rear suspension components
Rear shock absorber Rear shock absorber mounting nut Cushion rod Cushion rod mounting nut Cushion lever Cushion lever mounting nut Swingarm pivot lock-nut Swingarm pivot shaft Swingarm pivot nut Swingarm Chain case Plate Chain adjus ...

Specifications
Service data Valve + guide unit: mm (in) Camshaft + cylinder head unit: mm (in) Cylinder + piston + piston ring unit: mm (in) Conrod + crankshaft unit: mm (in) Balancer unit: mm (in) Oil pump Clutch unit: mm (in) Drive train unit: mm (in) except ratio ...

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