Suzuki SV650 S (2000) manual

Suzuki SV650 S (2000)
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manualSuzuki SV650 S (2000)
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WARNING

Riding with the side stand in-
completely retracted can result
in an accident when you turn
left
.
~
Check operation of the side
stand/ignition interlock sys-
tem before riding
.
~
Always retract the side stand
completely before starting off
.
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CAUTION

Park the motorcycle on firm,
level ground to help prevent it
from falling over
.
If you must park on an incline,
aim the front of the motorcycle
uphill and put the transmission
into 1 st gear to reduce the pos-
sibility of rolling off the side
stand
.
SUSPENSION ADJUSTMENT
REAR SUSPENSION
Spring Pre-load Adjustment
The rear suspension spring pre
load is adjustable
. The adjustmen
can be performed by changing th
ring position with the adjuster in th
tool kit
. Position 1 provides the soft
est spring pre-load and position
provides the stiffest
. The spring pre
load is set on position 2 at the fac
tory
. (4 position for SV650S)

BREAK-IN

The first 800 km (500 miles) is the
most important in the life of your
motorcycle
. Proper operation dur-
Ing this break-in period will help
assure maximum life and perfor-
mance from your new motorcycle
.
The following guidelines explain
proper break-in procedures
.
Maximum Engine Speed
Recommendation
The table below shows the maxi-
mum engine speed recommenda-
tion during the break-in period
.
Vary the Engine Speed
Vary the engine speed during the
break-in period
. This allows the
parts to "load" (aiding the mating
process) and then "unload" (allow-
ing the parts to cool)
. Although it is
essential to place some stress on
the engine components during
break-in, you must be careful not
to load the engine too much
.
Breaking in the New Tires
New tires need proper break-in to
assure maximum performance, just
as the engine does
. Wear- in the
tread surface by gradually increas-
ing your cornering lean angles over
the first 160 km (100 miles) before
attempting maximum performance
.
Avoid hard acceleration, hard cor-
nering, and hard braking for the first
160 km (100 miles)
.
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WARNING

Failure to perform break-in of
the tires could cause tire slip
and loss of control
.
Use extra care when riding on
new tires
. Perform proper break-
in of the tires as described in
this section and avoid hard ac-
celeration, hard cornering, and
hard braking for the first 160 km
(100 miles)
.
Allow the Engine Oil to
Circulate before Riding
Allow enough idling time after warm
or cold engine start-up before rev-
ving the engine or placing the trans-
mission in gear
. This allows time for
the lubricating oil to reach all criti-
cal engine components
.
Initial 800 km
(500 miles)
Below 5000
r/min
Up to 1600 km
(1000 miles)
Below 8000
r/min
Over 1600 km
(1000 miles)
Below 10500
r/min

Manual

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General
Marca Suzuki
Modelo SV650 S (2000)
Producto Motocicleta
Idioma Inglés
Tipo de archivo PDF

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