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Hey guys dose anyone know how much oil u need to put in a Suzuki Burgman 250cc. My dip stick is broken
I have a Burgman AN400 2012 and was wondering if anyone has changed the brake levers to the adjustable length ones. Just wondering, these levers have different connectors which are relative to the bike. Ie F-14, F-28. I believe these numbers relate to the depth of the pivot hole?? Has anyone replaced their levers with a set of these and what would be that variant pivot part number? Any help would be great.
If the oil change f1 light is on willit not start till oil is changet wont start now was tunning when i turned it off it wont start now. Any ideas?
Would like to buy a 650cc suzuki Burgman TRIKE scooter, i would like to trade my 2013 can am spyder rts, it is like new, as you know the can am has only a foot brake, as i have no legs, the burgman would be perfect for me to ride, as it has hand brakes, and people tell me that the Suzuki burgman make perfect Trikes, my question is, can you buy the bike as a trike in australia. Ki d regards, KEV. Townsville, north queensland.
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Does anyone know if the diesel noise fix kit from Poland is compatible with 2018 Burgman 650.
All reports only refer to models up to 2006
Hi Paul, mine is a 2011 and is making that noise. I have the scooter now 6 month and got used to it. There is a big Burgman Forum in the US; they maybe can help. Norman
I just purchased a AN650A ,2011 model with 22000 Km.When the engine / transmission is not warmed up the gears are smooth up and down ( on Auto ) but after 2 > 3 minutes when slowing down it is not smooth any more. Rough ( on slowing down only ) and the slowing down is not nice. Changed the transmission oil 2 X Castrol 10w40. 15W40 .( Semi ) Does someone knows is that normal, due to the braking power of the engine when I turn the throttle down ? I'm scared to take it to a dealer !!! $. Norman ,QLD
Sorry Norman, cannot answer you properly, due to the fact I'm not a bike mechanic, should be an easy fix, just ask around maybe to a suzuki bike mechanic?
Thanks anyway. I have visit a lot of forums ( manly US ). One states : "The only thing that takes time to get used to the downshift can come on swiftly and takes time to adjust."I think after 2012 they have changed something.
I went on the Suzuki website and they are not offering the 650 any more. Only till 400 cc. Norman
I was told by mechanic the 400 is better than the 650 because the transmission makes noise due to dual transmission. I was thinking of upgrading to 650 until now. Just did a full service at 47k cost $1500.00 had belts replaced changed oils tune up filters etc.. Bike runs like new heaps more power than before I think its a keeper now. Love the Burgman series.
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