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Message started by WD on 07/06/05 at 19:30:28

Title: Aftermarket Parts interchange...
Post by WD on 07/06/05 at 19:30:28

Since this IS technical...

OIL FILTER, Suzuki PN 16510-37440, Emgo PN 10-85900.
Fits: DR500 X/SX/SZ/D 81-83; DR600 S/R 85-88; DR650N 89-92; DR700S 88-94; LS650/S40 86-up; SP500 81-83; SP600 85.

Says right on the filter box: For the best engine protection we recommend that you replace your oil filter when you change your oil. DO NOT exceed 1500 miles without checking AND changing this filter.

REAR BRAKE SHOES, Suzuki PN 64410-11300/11301, Emgo PN 92-41005, EBC PN 606. Fits: GS425N/EN 78-80; GSX400LX/SX 81; GN400 80-82; GS450E/L 80-83; GR650D/XD 83; GS450G 82-85; GS450LF 85; GS550LD/LF 83-85; GT250EN-EX 78-81; GS250,GSX250ET-EZ 79-82; GS450ST/SX 80-81; GS450TX/TXZ/TXD, GS400ET-EZ 81-83; GS300 82,83,85; LS650/S40 ALL.

I also TRIED to use the catalog spec Suzuki PN 59340-14500, EMGO PN 90-71970, EBC PN FA106. They DO NOT fit. You can use one new pad, one old pad and make them work, adding the second new pad after the first has worn down by 50 percent.

Hope these help.
-WD

Title: Re: Parts interchange...
Post by Greg_650 on 07/07/05 at 05:51:20


WD wrote:
Since this IS technical...

OIL FILTER, Suzuki PN 16510-37440, Emgo PN 10-85900.
Fits: DR500 X/SX/SZ/D 81-83; DR600 S/R 85-88; DR650N 89-92; DR700S 88-94; LS650/S40 86-up; SP500 81-83; SP600 85.

Says right on the filter box: For the best engine protection we recommend that you replace your oil filter when you change your oil. DO NOT exceed 1500 miles without checking AND changing this filter.

REAR BRAKE SHOES, Suzuki PN 64410-11300/11301, Emgo PN 92-41005, EBC PN 606. Fits: GS425N/EN 78-80; GSX400LX/SX 81; GN400 80-82; GS450E/L 80-83; GR650D/XD 83; GS450G 82-85; GS450LF 85; GS550LD/LF 83-85; GT250EN-EX 78-81; GS250,GSX250ET-EZ 79-82; GS450ST/SX 80-81; GS450TX/TXZ/TXD, GS400ET-EZ 81-83; GS300 82,83,85; LS650/S40 ALL.

I also TRIED to use the catalog spec Suzuki PN 59340-14500, EMGO PN 90-71970, EBC PN FA106. They DO NOT fit. You can use one new pad, one old pad and make them work, adding the second new pad after the first has worn down by 50 percent.

Hope these help.
-WD


Good info...

Why don't the EBC 106X pads fit your bike?  Did you completely collapse the caliper before you installed them?  They are the ones that I installed on our bikes....I have the picture of the brake package.

Title: Re: Parts interchange...
Post by WD on 07/07/05 at 06:57:43

Not sure why they didn't fit, but they didn't. Too thick for the most part. My guess is the shop mislabeled them... ???
-WD

Title: Re: Parts interchange...
Post by Greg_650 on 07/08/05 at 06:03:42

It is always necessary to compress the caliper piston for new pads.  Sometimes, even before you can get it off of the rotor.  I use a C-clamp.

Here's the front brake pads.

http://i21.photobucket.com/albums/b277/gmdinusa/Brake10web.jpg

Title: Re: Parts interchange...
Post by WD on 07/08/05 at 07:43:34

At full piston retraction, the pads are too thick. The EBC and Suzuki versions most likely fit perfectly. I picked up the Emgo set, which was all I had at the shop. The Emgo front brake pads are too thick.
-WD

Title: Re: Parts interchange...
Post by Savage_Rob on 06/04/06 at 09:17:57

Good general info for anyone buying some without disconnecting the original.


azjay wrote:
fuel line is 5/16", vacuum is 3/16"



Title: Re: Parts interchange...
Post by Savage_Rob on 06/16/07 at 07:02:32

From Crusher0964:


Quote:
If you want to crossreference to see what parts off other bikes will fit yours here ya go:

Well duh... I tried to post here but too much info.

http://www.chopperfix.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=218




Title: Re: Aftermarket oil filters and brake pads
Post by verslagen1 on 08/15/12 at 18:16:27

Listed for reference only, not recommended to use.


6D6B7661390 wrote:
It was Model# PH6017A, but if FRAM is crap,



Recommended

Quote:
HiFlo Oil Filter HF137

Title: Re: Parts interchange...
Post by 2011BOULEVARD on 03/11/14 at 19:18:18


675245477F161510200 wrote:
[quote author=WD link=board=tech;num=1120703428;start=0#0 date=07/06/05 at 19:30:28]Since this IS technical...

OIL FILTER, Suzuki PN 16510-37440, Emgo PN 10-85900.
Fits: DR500 X/SX/SZ/D 81-83; DR600 S/R 85-88; DR650N 89-92; DR700S 88-94; LS650/S40 86-up; SP500 81-83; SP600 85.

Says right on the filter box: For the best engine protection we recommend that you replace your oil filter when you change your oil. DO NOT exceed 1500 miles without checking AND changing this filter.

REAR BRAKE SHOES, Suzuki PN 64410-11300/11301, Emgo PN 92-41005, EBC PN 606. Fits: GS425N/EN 78-80; GSX400LX/SX 81; GN400 80-82; GS450E/L 80-83; GR650D/XD 83; GS450G 82-85; GS450LF 85; GS550LD/LF 83-85; GT250EN-EX 78-81; GS250,GSX250ET-EZ 79-82; GS450ST/SX 80-81; GS450TX/TXZ/TXD, GS400ET-EZ 81-83; GS300 82,83,85; LS650/S40 ALL.

I also TRIED to use the catalog spec Suzuki PN 59340-14500, EMGO PN 90-71970, EBC PN FA106. They DO NOT fit. You can use one new pad, one old pad and make them work, adding the second new pad after the first has worn down by 50 percent.

Hope these help.
-WD


Good info...

Why don't the EBC 106X pads fit your bike?  Did you completely collapse the caliper before you installed them?  They are the ones that I installed on our bikes....I have the picture of the brake package.
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I also had a hard time getting them to fit. I had to grind off just a hair on each pad and then they fit like a glove

Title: Re: Aftermarket oil filters and brake pads
Post by WD on 04/10/14 at 08:38:21

Talk about bringing a thread back from the graveyard...  ;D

That brake pad is available in 3 different thicknesses. You need the thinnest one for it to fit correctly unless your rotor is way out of spec.

Title: Felpro exhaust header gasket $5.00
Post by lnewlf on 05/14/14 at 05:32:38

Hey guys I did some research and tracked down a header gasket from autozone. It is a Felpro # 60720. No excuses for head pipe leaks now.

Title: Re: Aftermarket Parts interchange...
Post by wickedbiker on 05/17/14 at 19:34:27

Actually there's one specifically designed for our bikes and cheaper if you search
"LS650 header gasket" on eBay
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Suzuki-LS650-86-06-Exhaust-Header-Ring-Gasket-Seal-/171258731764?pt=Motorcycles_Parts_Accessories&hash=item27dfd0dcf4&vxp=mtr

The ones you have there are for cat converters, but hey if it works why not

Title: Cam chain crossover
Post by ratz on 05/09/12 at 14:23:25

This may have been posted before,but the cam chain for the 1990-2005 Kawasaki ZX600 is the same chain,but about 20 to 40 dollars less,depending on where you look.
The manufacturer number is 82RH2015-132 link.
The Kawasaki part number is 92057-1297.
Hope this helps someone.

Title: Re: Cam chain alternates
Post by verslagen1 on 08/07/12 at 07:49:57


392120252D2C2528490 wrote:
I found that the Kawasaki ZX600 D and E versions (not the C or A) use the same chain and the ZZR500 and all Aprillia 650s, unfortunately, these bikes are as rare as hen's teeth in Brazil so parts would be very expensive.


Not confirmed, but worth looking into.

Title: Re: Aftermarket Parts interchange...
Post by Rodger on 11/23/16 at 07:49:52

Another oil filter:

KN-137, available from O'Reilly Auto Parts. If not in stock, they can usually get one in overnight. About $10.

KN-137 also available from Amazon as an "add-on" item (you have to order $25 or more). Price: $5.17 each.

Prices as of 30 Oct 2016, filter only, no O-rings.

Title: Re: Aftermarket Parts interchange...
Post by Kenny G on 11/23/16 at 07:59:56

The fuel line on the Savage/S40 is not 5/16" it is 7MM.

Kabota Tractor Stores stock the 7mm Fuel Line.

Kenny G

Title: Re: Aftermarket Parts interchange...
Post by Kenny G on 11/16/16 at 17:54:38

Suzuki Part Number For Timing Cover

Suzuki Part# 09259-36008

This is the cover with an Allen Socket rather than the straight slot.

Kenny G

Title: Re: Off beat measurments and sizes
Post by Kenny G on 03/21/17 at 17:22:53

I recently decided to do my speedometer like MM Ranch has his.

The tachometer cable came from a mid eighties model Suzuki GT750 will connect to the S40 and although it is 2 or 3" longer than necessary it works as it should. The part number has changed in recent years and is not shown on Ron Ayers website. It shown on Bike Bandit. The cable I ordered today is Part # 34940-18131 this replaces the old part # 467522.

Even though it is a tachometer cable it apparently functions fine as a Savage/S40 speedometer cable.

I was able to order the part from Ron Ayers over the telephone as the software they use to order from Suzuki shows the new part number.

I will try to remember to post the results after I install it.

Kenny G :-/

Title: Re: Off beat measurments and sizes
Post by verslagen1 on 03/21/17 at 19:30:40

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