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Suzuki GSX-R 1000 Owners Manual: 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 onto your waist or hips, or onto the seat strap or grab bar, as equipped. Ask your passenger not to make any sudden movements.

When you lean going around a corner, the passenger should lean with you. The passenger should always keep his or her feet on the footrests, even when you are stopped at a light.

To help prevent burn injuries, warn your passenger not to contact the muffler when mounting or dismounting your motorcycle.

Stopping and parking
Twist the throttle grip away from yourself to close the throttle completely.  Apply the front and rear brakes evenly and at the same time.  Downshift through the gears as road ...

Accessory use and motorcycle loading
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If a collision is imminent, do something
Many riders fear locking up their brakes or haven't learned to swerve to avoid an accident. Many inexperienced riders (and too many seasoned riders) use only their rear brake in an emergency, resulting in unnecessary impacts in some cases and unnecessarily high impact speeds in other case ...

Rear brake caliper parts inspection
Refer to rear brake caliper disassembly and assembly . Brake caliper cylinder Inspect the brake caliper cylinder wall for nicks, scratches or other damage. If any damage is found, replace the caliper with a new one. Brake caliper piston Inspect the brake caliper piston surface for any s ...

Ignition coil and spark plug removal and installation
Removal The hot engine can burn you. Wait until the engine is cool enough to touch. Turn the ignition switch off.  Remove the air cleaner box. Refer to air cleaner box removal and installation in section 1d .  Disconnect the lead wire couplers (1). ...

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