Suzuki SV1000 / SV1000S - Maintenance and Repair Manual



The suzuki workshop manual covers all service, repair and maintenance procedures. It's simple to use, full of in depth information and specifically written for the suzuki sv1000 motorcycle. Having simple to follow illustrations/diagrams and instructions makes it so much easier, no matter how complex the repair.

Even if you’ve never done any motorcycle maintenance or repair before, you’ll find all the information you need to get started. Professional mechanics and master technicians also use this manual.

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Suzuki SV1000S K3 2003 £9.99
 

Supplied in easy to read and print pdf format and works with all operating systems; Windows XP, Vista, 7, MAC, etc. (any device that reads pdf format) plus there's No waiting for delivery!

Example Contents

Maintenance & General Info Engine & Diagnosis
Cooling & Lubrication System Chassis & Electrical System
  • Spark plug
  • Chassis
  • Throttle valve
  • Cylinder Identification
  • Air cleaner
  • Exhaust control valve
  • Tune up
  • Cooling system
  • Evaporative emission control system
  • Specifications
  • Exhaust pipe & muffler
  • Engine oil & oil filter
  • Clutch
  • Valve clearance
  • Rear suspension
  • Oil pressure
  • Throttle cable
  • Front fork
  • Precautions
  • Tyres
  • Brakes
  • Electrical
  • Compression test
  • Engine
  • SDS check
  • Lubrication points
  • Nuts, bolts & fasteners
  • Steering
  • Compression pressure
  • Fuel line
  • Fuel, oil & coolant
  • Periodic maintenance chart
  • Drive chain
  • Serial numbers
  • Air supply
  • Drive chain
  • Capacities
  • Warning, cautions & notes
Fuel System - Throttle body

  • Fuel pressure
  • Fuel delivery system
  • Fuel tank
  • Fuel Injector
  • Air cleaner box
  • ISC valve
  • Fuel system
  • Fuel mesh filter
  • Fuel pump
  • STP sensor adjustment
  • Throttle valve synchronization

  • AP sensor
  • Crankcase
  • Crankshaft & con rod
  • Removal, Inspection & Installation
  • Cylinder head & valve
  • IAT sensor
  • TPS sensor
  • Troubleshooting
  • HO2 sensor
  • CMP sensor
  • IAP sensor
  • Fuse
  • ECT sensor
  • TP sensor
  • STP sensor
  • Generator
  • CMP sensor
  • Gearshift system
  • Balancer shaft
  • Cam chain tensioner
  • Clutch lifter
  • Oil pressure regulator
  • Camshaft
  • Cylinder head cover
  • Piston & piston ring
  • Transmission
  • Clutch
  • Water pump
  • Oil strainer
  • Crankshaft thrust bearing
  • Switch
  • ECM terminal
  • TO sensor
  • CKP sensor
  • Cam chain guide
  • Electrical parts
  • Crankshaft journal bearing
Emission Control System
  • System hose routing
  • Crankcase emission sensor
  • Exhaust emission control system
  • Noise emission control system
  • Diagram
  • Reed valve
  • HO2 sensor
  • Fuel Injection system
  • Control solenoid valve
  • PCV hose

  • Oil cooler
  • Cooling circuit
  • Cooling fan
  • Water pump
  • Engine lubrication system
  • Thermostat
  • Radiator
  • ECT sensor
  • Oil filter
  • Oil pressure regulator
  • Oil strainer
  • Radiator & water hoses
  • Oil pump
  • Engine coolant
  • Oil jet
  • Oil pressure switch
Servicing Information
  • Tightening torque chart
  • Cooling system hose routing
  • Frame
  • Throttle cable hose routing
  • Engine
  • Pilion footrest
  • Cowling
  • Wiring diagrams
  • Wiring harness & cable hose routing
  • Seat lock
  • Troubleshooting
  • Service data
  • Front footrest
  • Special tools
  • Chassis
  • Brakes
  • Front & rear fenders
  • Radiator
  • Fuel tank
  • Air intake cover
  • Gearshift pedal
  • Side stand
  • Clutch hose routing
  • Electrical
  • FI system
  • Charging system
  • Exterior parts
  • Connectors
  • Front wheel
  • Clamp
  • Turn signal lights
  • Brake light
  • Wiring procedure
  • Clutch
  • Drive chain
  • Combination meter
  • Battery
  • Switches
  • Rear shock absorber
  • Steering
  • Relays
  • Lights/lamps
  • Interlock system
  • Rear brake
  • Rear wheel
  • Handlebar
  • Tyre & wheel
  • Switch
  • Rear suspension
  • Troubleshooting
  • Starter system
  • Front brake
  • Coupler
  • Starter motor
  • Front fork
  • Ignition system
  • License plate light
  • Fuse
  • Headlight
Suspension & Final Drive

  • Rear shock absorber
  • Rocker arm & tie arm bearing lubrication
  • Specifications, service Information & exploded view
  • Swing arm bearing
  • Swing arm
  • Drive chain
  • Rear sprocket
  • Coupling bearing
  • Front sprocket
  • Rebound damper force
  • Coupling damper
  • Front fork
  • Chain guard
  • Wheel alignment

Combining affordability with excellent all-round performance, the Suzuki SV1000 is undoubtedly one of the best sports bikes on the market. With 120hp at the wheels, this machine is not to be taken lightly, but that isn’t to say that it’s overpowered. In fact, this machine would be just as good to commute to the office on as it would be to blitz around the local track. Being a lightweight sports bike, you’ll also have no trouble with keeping a handle on things, even if the redline does get a little ferocious at times. However, once you get the hang of the SV1000, riding it will become like second nature and anything less powerful will feel like a snails pace by comparison.

As a powerful sports bike, the Suzuki SV1000 is unfortunately a little more prone to suffering from part wear and tear than its lesser-powered alternatives. With the huge amount of torque made capable by that 1000cc engine, there’s quite the potential for parts to become damaged at a much faster rate. This isn’t such a problem for the rider with a lot of cash to spend on the running costs, but if professional garage services are just one fee too many you need to begin looking for an alternative. Fortunately, there is a way for you to keep your bike’s upkeep costs down, but it does involve a little commitment on your part.

The manual is the only platform upon which riders can learn the art of motorcycle maintenance themselves to carry out in the comfort of their own home. This means that between rides, maybe once a month or so, you can make sure that all of those moving mechanical parts are functioning at their best and not suffering from any hidden corrosion. In this way, you’ll be able to stop any malfunctions in their tracks so that they can’t brew up into something more serious. The best part about the Suzuki service manual is that even if you do happen upon some damage or malfunction, it has a fully comprehensive guide on repairing just about any problem that your bike could run into.

Home maintenance might be a little tricky to get into at first, but once you’ve got into the flow of it and pick up the pace, you’ll be able to enjoy the real benefits from your personal touch. The first of which is inevitably the massive saving you’ll be making by removing the garage fees from your budget. On top of that, your Suzuki will be a much safer ride and will always be performing at its best, which is vital if you’re thinking about serious track use. So why not take advantage of your own two hands and save a bundle with the SV1000 manual.


 
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