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Suzuki GSX-R 1000 Owners Manual: Storage procedure

If your motorcycle is to be left unused for an extended period of time, it needs special servicing requiring appropriate materials, equipment and skill. For this reason, suzuki recommends that you trust this maintenance work to your suzuki dealer. If you wish to service the machine for storage yourself, follow the general guidelines below:

Motorcycle

Clean the entire motorcycle.

Place the motorcycle on the side stand on a firm, flat surface where it will not fall over.

Fuel

  1. Fill the fujel tank to the top with fuel mixed with the amount of gasoline stabilizer recommended by the stabilizer manufacturer.
  2.  Run the engine for a few minutes until the stabilized gasoline fills the fuel injection system.

Engine

  1. Pour one tablespoon of motor oil into each spark plug hole.

    Reinstall the spark plugs and crank the engine a few times.

  2.  Drain the engine oil thoroughly and refill the crankcase with fresh engine oil all the way up to the filler hole.
  3.  Cover the air cleaner intake and the muffler outlet with oi ly rags to prevent humidity from entering.

Battery

  1. Remove the battery from the motorcycle.
  2.  Clean the outside of the battery with a mild soap and remove corrosion from the terminals and wiring harness.
  3.  Store the battery in a room above freezing.

Tires

Inflate tires to the normal pressure.

External

Maintenance during storage

Once a month, recharge the battery.

The standard charging rate is 1.2A x 5 to 10 hour.

Storage procedure and motorcycle cleaning
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Procedure for returning to service
Clean the entire motorcycle.  Remove the oily rags from the air cleaner intake and muffler outlet.  Drain all the engine oil. Install a new oil filter and fill the engine with ...

Other materials:

Brakes
This motorcycle has front and rear disk brakes. Warning Failure to inspect and properly maintain the brakes increases your chance of having an accident. Inspect the brake system before each use according to the inspection before riding section. Follow the maintenance ...

Handlebar removal and installation
Removal Remove the following parts from the left handlebar.  left handlebar switch box (1)  handlebar balancer (2)  grip rubber (3)  clutch cable (4) Remove the following parts from the right handlebar.  right handlebar switch box (5)   ...

Country and area codes
The following codes stand for the applicable country(-ies) and area(-s). Wire color symbols Warning, caution and information labels location Noise label Information label Vacuum hose routing label Fuel information label Manual notice label Screen la ...

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