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Swapping throttle body actuators - March 22, 2011, 11:29 PM

If I swap a 600 gsxr throttle body actuator with a 750 throttle body, will they be compatible?

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March 22, 2011, 11:59 PM

According to the specs I found (hey I was bored) the 600 had 38mm throttle bodies and the 750 came with 42mm throttle bodies. As far as if they would bolt up I have no idea.

Being that both machines are designed for peak performance I would guess the throttle body size was carefully matched to the engines design. So if the engine is stock I would stick with stock throttle bodies.
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March 23, 2011, 08:01 AM

I believe the ability to simply swap motors died with the last bubblebutt SRAD 750 in 99.


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March 23, 2011, 12:09 PM

Thanks guys!!

Does anyone have experience in replacing just the sensor? Say I have the operational 600 throttle body and want to just swap out the 600 sensor with my 750 throttle body.

I'm having this issue with my 2004 gsxr 750

Lack of Power Due to Failed Throttle Actuator : Suzuki Forenza Common Exhaust & Emission Problems : RepairPal


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I'm having a hard time finding a 750 throttle body, not so hard of a time finding the 600 throttle body.


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thats the issue with the 750s. keep hunting ebay


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This is what I was told:

1) The 38mm and the 42 mm are a difference of air intake, not a matter of whether the body will fit into my 750

2) In the event that the 600 body is in fact too small, the actuator may be able to be transferred.

I am learning all of this as I go. I hate wasting money as I have little of it. Trial and error isn't an option. Thanks for any advice!!! I welcome any information.


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Thanks guys!!

Does anyone have experience in replacing just the sensor? Say I have the operational 600 throttle body and want to just swap out the 600 sensor with my 750 throttle body.

I'm having this issue with my 2004 gsxr 750

Lack of Power Due to Failed Throttle Actuator : Suzuki Forenza Common Exhaust & Emission Problems : RepairPal
'04's and '05's are famous for this. I had the same issue on my '05 750. You have to change the actuator, either bike will do cuz the actuator is the same.


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I love you
Love the stupid actuator that went bad on my bike a few years ago. We 'disected' the old one cuz the little cog in there used to be metal. It is now plastic and what is causing all that problem is the edges of that teeny tiny little cog get bent over. It cannot be replaced cuz the stupid thing is rivited together, even if you could find the stupid little plastic thingy.
Mine has been changed out for quite some time and she's still running strong...or so I hear!
It will get warmer soon...i'll be riding her again.


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