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How To: Change fork seals - May 5, 2008, 04:17 AM

So i have a blown fork seal on my 01 gsxr 750 . Is this something i can do my self , i know my way around a bike pretty well , but i've never done fork seals on inverted forks , will i need any special tools besides a piece of pvc to beat the fork seal in place. Anyone maybe have a pdf for gixxer forks.
Also this bike has about 27 thousand miles on it , so the i'm starting to get some valve train noise , some ticking on the left side of the motor , so i figure the valves need to be shimed. Anyone know about how much it costs to have your vavles adjusted.
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May 5, 2008, 08:35 AM

Would make life easier if you had some special tools to do the fork. Not real sure what you need but look at Race Tech website and they should help you out. As for the valve train nosie you most likely need to replace your cam chain tensioner. Thats real easy to do.


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no i know what cam chain noise sounds like , it has a new manual tensioner anyways , cam chain noise and valve noise are completely different


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no i know what cam chain noise sounds like , it has a new manual tensioner anyways , cam chain noise and valve noise are completely different
Fuck it was hard to tell what excately that noise sounded like over the web! And valves are easier to do than fork seals. Your manual should really help you through it.


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lol, allgood johnyspeed is goin to give me some help with it. Thanx


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