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Suzuki GSX-R 1000 Owners Manual: Location of parts

Suzuki GSX-R. Location of parts


  1. ciutch lever
  2.  left handlebar switches
  3. indicator lights
  4. tachometer
  5. ignition switch
  6. front brake fluid reservoir
  7.  right handlebar switches
  8. throttle grip
  9.  front brake lever
  10.  fuel tank cap

Suzuki GSX-R. Location of parts


  1. front suspension spring pre-load and rebound damping force adjuster
  2.  air cleaner
  3. throttle stop screw
  4.  battery
  5. rear suspension compression damping force adjuster
  6. main fuse
  7.  seat lock
  8. helmet holders
  9. tools
  10.  front suspension compression damping force adjuster
  11.  gearshift lever
  12.  rear suspension rebound damping force adjuster
  13.  footrests
  14.  side stand
  15. passenger footrests

Suzuki GSX-R. Location of parts


  1. rear brake fluid reservoir
  2.  rear brake light switch
  3.  engine oil filler cap
  4.  fuses
  5.  spark plugs
  6.  engine coolant reservoir
  7.  rear brake pedal
  8.  engine oil inspection window
  9.  engine oil drain plug
  10.  engine oil filter
Controls, equipment and adjustments
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Key
Two keys come with this motorcycle. Keep the spare key in a safe place. An identifying number is stamped on the plate. Use this number when making a replacement key. Please write down yo ...

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Rear brake caliper disassembly and assembly
Refer to rear brake caliper removal and installation . Disassembly Remove the pad spring (1) and rubber boot (2) from the caliper. Place a rag over the piston to prevent it from popping out and then force out the piston using compressed air. Caution do not use hig ...

Location of labels
Read and follow all of the warnings labeled on your motorcycle. Make sure you understand all of the labels. Keep the labels on your motorcycle. Do not remove them for any reason. 1 Warning Keep windshield clean at all times.  Clean only with a soh cloth and warm ...

Special situations require special care
Of course, there are some times when full-force braking is not the correct technique. When the road surface is wet, loose, or rough, you should brake with care. When you're leaned over in a corner, avoid braking. Straighten up before braking. Better yet, slow down before entering the corner. ...

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