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Off beat measurments and sizes
12/22/06 at 08:15:53
 
First off please let me ask that this list not be hijacked into a discussion. Comments can be directed to members via private message and they can in turn, modify their posts here if necessary.
I guess I'll go first. I browsed the site for a few of these so thanks to the ones who posted them.

Handlebars...1"

Exhaust header @ muffler end...1.75"OD

Piston diameter...94mm

Fuel line...5/16"

Vaccume line...3/16"

Fork diameter...38mm

Oil drain plug (determined by year)...14mm or 17mm

Overall length...86.2"

Overall width...30.5"

please continue......
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Reply #1 - 12/30/06 at 10:23:12
 

Front sprocket....  32mm socket

Rear axle....          17mm Rtside / 24mm Ltside
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Reply #2 - 12/31/06 at 09:34:49
 
idle speed 1k-1.2k rpm
plug gap  0.8-0.9mm (ngk  dpr7ea-9)
comp ratio 8.5-1
dry weight 352#,355# calif model
displacement 39.8 cu.in.
got more if needed some are year specific..
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Re: Off beat measurments and sizes
Reply #3 - 12/31/06 at 10:57:37
 
Screw sizes....

Carburator Bowl - M5
Floatchamber - M5
The little cover on the RH side of the carb is the
Transient Enrichment Valve - M4




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Re: Off beat measurments and sizes
Reply #4 - 01/18/07 at 18:21:24
 
Muffler adapter bend is 10 degrees

White spacer thickness = approx. 2.8mm or .111"
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Fork cap nut size
Reply #5 - 04/30/07 at 02:43:33
 
fork cap nuts = 27mm

lower fork tube allen bolts = 8mm you need a fairly long one maybe 3-4 inches
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Re: Off beat measurments and sizes
Reply #6 - 08/17/07 at 15:14:18
 
rigidchop wrote on 12/31/69 at 16:00:08:
for future reference on an 87, it's 30 mm for the crank and 32 mm for the clutch. thanks for your help.
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Re: Off beat measurments and sizes
Reply #7 - 06/06/10 at 14:09:48
 
Anyone know the carb float settings? (height and drop?)

Fuel level 0.256 to 0.296"
Float ht. 1.06 to 1.114 "
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Reply #8 - 08/08/13 at 08:54:55
 
Oil Filter O-ring
Copy/Paste from post by HondaLavis before it gets lost in the general mish-mash of the universe
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Did some looking to compare the dimensions of the stock o-ring to the assortment they had at O'Reilly's.  The stock dimensions are 2.4mm thickness, 15.8mm inner diameter.  The assorted individual o-rings were all SAE.  The closest was 3/32 thickness, 5/8 inner diameter.  Translate that to metric, that's a 2.3813mm thickness, and 15.8750mm inner diameter.  I can't imagine a couple of hundredths of a MILLIMETER making a huge difference.

For anyone else who needs this O-ring, it should be #114 at O'Reilly's.  All  said and done, I spent $0.65.  And, YES, it will be fine in the oil.   Wink

::UPDATE::

I just put it on, and it fits just fine.  Nice and tight around the fitting to the filter, and it provides positive pressure when you push the filter against it.  Again, to any of you with PO's who lost an o-ring (because none of US have ever lost them, right?  Roll Eyes )  here is the $0.65 answer.
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Reply #9 - 08/12/13 at 06:02:14
 
The 2 screws holding the slide needle down inside the slide are M3 *~6mm length.
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Re: Off beat measurments and sizes
Reply #10 - 01/12/14 at 20:38:19
 
Valve cover O-rings are -139, fits tight to the outside.
-138 might fit too, but the -139 are self retaining and what I had access too.
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Reply #11 - 01/06/15 at 17:28:12
 
32  MM   =  1-1/4 SAE
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Re: Off beat measurments and sizes
Reply #12 - 01/22/15 at 13:02:43
 
Suzuki Factory Risers

Both the Allen bolts in the top of the risers, and the studs coming out of the bottom of the risers are:

10 MM x 1.25 threads    This is a finer thread than the common pitch which is 1.5 threads

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Todd James wrote on 06/23/15 at 20:56:13:
On my 2007 S40 the risers are 100 mm apart center to center.
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Re: Off beat measurments and sizes
Reply #13 - 01/28/15 at 05:00:19
 
The thread size and pitch for the carb idle fuel mixture is a 6.0mm x 0.50.  This is a very fine pitch....taps are available in this size, and you may need to use one if the carb body is corroded and the screw is too tight.  The screw should move in/out easily.
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Re: Off beat measurments and sizes
Reply #14 - 04/11/15 at 12:24:25
 
I raided ACE today and found the cap to cover the speedo cable hole on the engine. The threads on the engine are actually 16mm-1.5pitch but this cap went on fine.

A little RTV around the base and things should be sealed right up.
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