The next day it wouldn't start. Is the process for adjustment to pull it off, adjust, put it back on, test, pull it off adjust, etc. It also has detailed instructions for reparing virtually any type of problem that might occur with your dr. By the way, you got a steal. It's also a bit tallto get leg over. Access, though, is tight: the front downtube crowds the exhaust-side adjusters, and you must remove the fuel tank to get to the intake-side adjusters. A slightly heavier shock spring or more progressive shock action and the full-on 38mm Suzuki fork would be welcome additions.
Power passes through a multiplate wet clutch to the five-speed transmission, and from there to the rear wheel via a 520 final-drive chain. Usually manufacturers equip playbikes with designs, if not components, that were the latest and greatest a few years earlier. This books is one of the most useful books i have ever encountered in my life. Here's a link to the Kientech Extended Fuel Screw, which makes idle mixture adjustment oh-so-much easier. That made it possible to lower the seat height as much as 40 mm 1. One day it was idling funny; up down up down on the rpms and wanting to stall. Bought a bigger plastic tank, grips.
The throttle is cable operated, as is the clutch. Thanks to an up-to-date chassis, the Suzuki handles better than the average playbike. You should check it out. I have no experience with the bst 33, however from experience with my 40mm, this rebuild becomes necessary about every 5000 miles. Also, try and find another bike that has grease-nipples! The enlarged main jet is usually what creates the erratic idle. Suzuki, though, recommends running the bike with zero psi in the fork. The Honda would take 3 proimer kicks, then stall then kick some more.
I read there is an aftermarket adjustment screw which seems to be a lifesaver for this. The balancer driven gear has six damper springs that ease shock loads in the balancer system. Dude you don't know what you're missing. After getting used to the bike on my property, i went for my first trail ride along with an older cr500 and late model yz250. Clymer manuals are great of course, they always do a decent job of providing you with the basics needed to service any vehicle. Lile a single should, but can get annoyong on a long run. Most balancer-equipped engines house the drive gears in one of the side cases.
If you send me pictures of your own bike, please follow instructions. Suzuki changed the lengths of various linkage pieces, the materials, and the location of some of the pivot points to accommodate the play-bike's decreased travel. U can get lowering struts 4 rear. If you have replaced those o-rings, your throttle slide may be worn, allowing it to rattle back and forth in the carb bore. I'm just over 50, and did some for the first time last season. The bike has fully-adjustable compression and rebound damping with reload.
There have also been which allow the stock cylinder to reach a larger size than 350cc. Im very happy with my dr and would recommend one to anyone who was looking for a very trail worthy, dependable, torque filled gas sipper!! Only you can decide if it's ideal or not. Feeding the engine is a 28mm Mikuni slide-type carburetor. Go to the bike specific sticky at the top of the page. Click on the image for larger format. Separate air caps come as standard equipment on the 250. This isn't a high revving machine.
So what, you may say. I did my best to use the search over the past couple of days so I promise I'm not being lazy. With bigger bikes in garage, I still choose this 1. This activates the decompression mechanism, which cracks the exhaust valves open just enough to let the engine pass top dead center easily. The rockers feature screw-type adjusters which let home mechanics tinker with valve adjustment.
This all was a very quick progression. Year : 1993 I was sceptacle when trading for my recently new 93 dr350, as id heard of lacking power, susp and possible engine failer due to counter balance pins. Leg over seems more of an issue now I'm 56. They get little publicity hype from the manufacturers and only mild attention from the general public. Please support my music career! Single discs are fitted to both the front and back brakes.