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  1. #166
    Fifth gear streak
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    2009 Suzuki M90
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    Quote Originally Posted by the Hobo View Post
    Hi..Lynda here
    after reading this thread(good info btw) I got my tool kit out of bike..M50/07 and i do not have a spark plug socket or a suspension adjustment wrench. I do have 2 open end wrenches. One 10/12 mm and one 14/17 mm is this what you arerefering to as a spanner wrench??
    I also have 2 allen's and mickey mouse plyers and a handle holding a "super-tech " screw driver and phillips ends.

    thanks in advance for answer on the spanner question.
    Lynda, I have a 07 also, that's all that comes in the kit, the spanner is opt. and has to be bought to adj. the rear shock. as for the spark plug socket, the book says to use the supplied tool to remove spark plugs....I called Suzuki, and complained, and pointed out the page number, believe it or not they looked it up, lol, but they sent one and said that was a mis-print, so it prob. has been changed for any newer models, not sure.
    Good Luck

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  3. #167
    Newbie
    My Bike(s)
    2007 Suzuki M50
    Location
    Squamish BC
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    14
    Thanks for the quick replies. I e.mailed my dealer and he said pretty much same thing. But did say if i wanted suspension adjusted that he would do it for me. I wondering if he is going to follow me down the road and be there when and IF I decide I want to adjust it ?????

  4. #168
    M-J Master Poster
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    It seems the 2005 models had all the tools and since then Suzuki had steadliy removed tools from the kit.

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  6. #169
    Where Am I ?
    My Bike(s)
    2007 M50 Limited
    Location
    Seattle, WA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mario View Post
    And yes the grey 06 M50 is the fastest
    Damn, and I just bought a grey '07

  7. #170
    Want's A New Title
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    2006 grey suzuki M50 /2009 KLR 650
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    Yup the 06 is fastest
    2009 Kawasaki KLR 650 called Beast and 2006 Suzuki M50 to be reborn M50 Service Manual
    Quote Originally Posted by omegajim View Post
    "we, the few, the proud, the motorcyclists of the world, refuse to sit down in comfort, insulated from the environment, and run the gauntlet of life with a front row seat. And we wouldn't want it any other way." Jim

  8. #171
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    Quote Originally Posted by womper View Post
    Yup the 06 is fastest


  9. #172
    Where Am I ?
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    2007 M50 Limited
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    Seattle, WA
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    Quote Originally Posted by womper View Post
    Yup the 06 is fastest
    kilometers per hour don't count

  10. #173
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    Quote Originally Posted by croz View Post
    kilometers per hour don't count
    Lol!!

    Actually the fastest I could go was 99mph (as per gps) and that's with
    the gear on the bike when I was in Utah... Couldn't crack 100
    2009 Kawasaki KLR 650 called Beast and 2006 Suzuki M50 to be reborn M50 Service Manual
    Quote Originally Posted by omegajim View Post
    "we, the few, the proud, the motorcyclists of the world, refuse to sit down in comfort, insulated from the environment, and run the gauntlet of life with a front row seat. And we wouldn't want it any other way." Jim

  11. #174
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    2005 M50
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    Chicago-S/W Burbs
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    Hey,
    Just found this forum and have been reading some of the great info here, thought I'd share a debadging tip...

    Anyways, 3M makes a Stripe Removal Wheel that will remove stripes, labels, some badges and their adhesives without damaging modern(1980 and newer) clear coat refinishes. I would not use this tool on a non catalyzed refinish like lacquer or straight enamel as the heat may soften the paint. Also use care on plastics(heat).
    I'm a bodyman/collision tech and I use this quite a bit. Super easy

    I found a video of the wheel removing the 2-sided tape from a moulding here:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHKN5_UfDik

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    Cheers!

    Chad

  12. #175
    Newbie
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    Suzuki M50, Harley Heritage Softtail, MZ Dual Purpose
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    Reverse Snowbird, N.Carolina mountains in Summer and FLA. in Winter
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    3
    Re: Air Pressure, (Post #120, DimerO).

    Found the Pre-delivery work sheet for my K7. Mechanic had inflated tires to 36/46 and signed it..
    Last edited by Sabreedge; 09-05-2012 at 07:25 PM. Reason: Number included

  13. #176
    Newbie
    My Bike(s)
    2005 M50
    Location
    Tennessee
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    13
    Quote Originally Posted by cyclesinct View Post
    So do you all debadge your cars too?
    I know this is bringing up an old thread. Just recently bought my 2nd '05 M50. I debadged this one completely b/c I like the sleek look. Cars?....I can't STAND when people don't take the dealer sticker off. That just screams, "I don't take pride in my car!" I have a 2013 Mustang GT. The only badges on it are the "GT" on the back of the trunk and the "5.0" on the side. Nowhere does it say Ford on the car. The car (and exhaust sound) speaks for itself.


 
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