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Bugmanweb.com for the gsxr owners.
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Bugmanweb.com for the gsxr owners. - March 14, 2011, 07:45 PM

Some of you Im sure know about this site, but I just found it. Some pretty usefull info. Figured I would share.
BUGMAN'S GSXR WEBSITE


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good stuff for the y2k bikes.

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thanks man! this is great info!
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Hey Scott, I've had that site on my favorites for a long time and been wanting to do a lot of those mods. If you, or anyone else, ever plan on doing some of these mods for their Gixxer let me know (post it up) so that Gixxer owners can get together at someone's crib and spend a day making these mods and testing them out. Since some people are better at this handiwork or have more tools than others we can help each other out.
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Hey Scott, I've had that site on my favorites for a long time and been wanting to do a lot of those mods. If you, or anyone else, ever plan on doing some of these mods for their Gixxer let me know (post it up) so that Gixxer owners can get together at someone's crib and spend a day making these mods and testing them out. Since some people are better at this handiwork or have more tools than others we can help each other out.
holy hell! nah super good idea man! ill buy drinks and/or pizzzza (if i dont lose my job cause of this gov lockdown shit).

on another note, i want to replace all my fluids on my bike (oil [but not filter] was changed 700 miles ago but not sure when the other fluids were changed), if i bring the fluids can someone show me how to do it?! i also need to learn how to tighten chain.
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This site is good for almost all model gsxrs except for the oilers...just have to tweak the steps a bit.

Gsxr electronics didn't change much until the 98 750 went fi and the liter bikes have different electronics. But still....very useful.
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Hey Scott, I've had that site on my favorites for a long time and been wanting to do a lot of those mods. If you, or anyone else, ever plan on doing some of these mods for their Gixxer let me know (post it up) so that Gixxer owners can get together at someone's crib and spend a day making these mods and testing them out. Since some people are better at this handiwork or have more tools than others we can help each other out.
I did the set valve and I did the dealer mode. They both worked perfectly. I also found a couple of great vids on you tube.

Fault codes

Set Valve removal

Both worked perfectly!


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1989 Honda Rebel 250
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