I didn't have a title for my bike and it looked like it was going to cost a good amount to get a bonded title so I decided to by another frame instead. I picked up a newer frame that was in better condition and had a title off of craigslist for 200$ and set my motor in it.
GS500 Starting Problem and Generator Rotor Repair
Sometimes the generator rotor comes loose. The starter gear is attached to
it. When that happens, your bike makes a whirring sound and won't turn
over. Here's how to fix it with simple tools and a little time.
CORRECTION: The bolt to remove it is M14 x 1.5. I read the stamping in my
box of rotor removal parts incorrectly. It is listed correctly in the
Haynes manual, chapter 8. I was correct on the 36mm spacer.
Gsxr SRAD 600 engine swap to 1000 engine!!Suzuki!!
This is the steps of the engine swap. did it just over 2 months. Engine was
bought threw ebay. the original the man that performed the swap was Ryan
Kitchens. not me but if you have questions ill try the best to answer. I
just made this video for him.
Suzuki SCX 1000R - Motorcycle engine car Autoweek 2012
Ken je de Suzuki SC100 GX nog? Dat ontzettend kleine coupeetje dat de
Japanner in de vroegste jaren '80 op de markt brachten? Die had een
motortje van 49 pk en schoot dus maar weinig op. Titus Koreman en Joop
Houben transplanteerden een motor van een Suzuki GSX-R1000 motorfiets. Dan
heeft ie ineens de beschikking over 180 pk en zoemt --ie als een
gekgeworden steegvlieg door het verkeer.
How to pull out a motorcycle motor
Pulling a motorcycle engine is actually a lot easier than you might think.
All you need are a couple of tools and the gumption to disassemble!
Old Go Cart Gets an Upgrade -- Motorcycle Engine
This home made go cart originally had an 8 HP single cylinder engine from a
snowblower. Here's how we upgraded to a 425cc Suzuki two cylinder engine
and made various modifications to the frame.
This is Part 1 of 3.
Two-Strokes: The Complete Overview
Project Scientist: Semester Two
This video uses real-world images and video, as well as 2D and 3D animation
to demonstrate how a two-stroke motorcycle engine works. Starting from the
work of the piston and two-stroke cycle, through the primary chain (Maico
feature) to the wet-clutch, then the transmission. Each stage is explained
in fair detail given the constraints of a ten-minute video.
Technical limitations meant that not all information could be covered with
the resources I have, so some clips were used from the videos of Toby
Opferman, YouTube username Tobyeo (I highly recommend his videos for
Any questions, comments, concerns, corrections, etc can be left in the
comments section below, or in PM form. Any corrections noted will be
immediately put into annotation for the greater good of the populous.