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Suzuki Hayabusa

Suzuki Hayabusa

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SUZUKI
SUZUKI MOTOR CORPORATION
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OWNER'S MANUAL
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99011-24F53-01A*
Part No.
99011-24F53-01A
August, 2001 © EN
Printed in Japan
 
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This manual should be considered a permanent part of the mo-torcycle and should remain with the motorcycle when resold orotherwise transferred to a new owner or operator. The manual
contains important safety information and instructions whichshould be read carefully before operating the motorcycle.
IMPORTANT
BREAK-IN
(RUNNING-IN)
INFORMATION FOR YOURMOTORCYCLE
The first
1600
km (1
OOP
miles) are themost important in the life of
your
mo-torcycle. Proper break-in operationduring this time will help ensure maxi-mum life and performance from your
new motorcycle. Suzuki parts are
manufactured of high quality materi-als, and machined parts are finishedto close tolerances. Proper break-inoperation allows the machined sur-faces to polish each other and matesmoothly.Motorcycle reliability and performance
depend on special care and restraint
exercised during the break-in period.It is especially important that you avoidoperating the engine in a mannerwhich could expose the engine partsto excessive heat.Please refer to the BREAK-IN (RUN-NING-IN) section for specific break-inrecommendations.
WARNING/CAUTION/NOTE
Please read this manual and follow its
instructions carefully. To emphasize
special information the words WARN-ING, CAUTION and NOTE carry spe-cial meanings and should be carefully
reviewed.
A WARNING
The personal safety of the rider may
be involved. Disregarding this infor-mation could result in injury to the
rider.
A CAUTION
These instructions point out spe-
cial service procedures or precau-
tions that must be followed to avoid
damaging the machine.
NOTE: This provides special informa- tion to make maintenance easier or important instructions clearer.
 
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FOREWORD
Motorcycling is one of the most exhila-rating sports and to ensure your ridingenjoyment, you should become thor-
oughly familiar with the informationpresented in this Owner's Manual be-
fore riding the motorcycle.The proper care and maintenance thatyour motorcycle requires is outlined inthis manual. By following these instruc-
tions explicitly you will ensure a long
trouble free operating life for your mo-
torcycle.
Your authorized Suzuki dealer
has experienced technicians that aretrained to provide your machine withthe best possible service with the righttools and equipment.All information, illustrations, photo-graphs and specifications containedin this manual are based on the latest
product information available at the
time of publication. Due to improve-
ments or other changes, there may besome discrepancies in this manual.Suzuki reserves the right to makechanges at any time.Please note that this manual appliesto all specifications or all respectivedestinations and explains all equip-ment. Therefore, your model may havedifferent standard features than shownin this manual.
SUZUKI MOTOR CORPORATION
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COPYRIGHT SUZUKI MOTOR
CORPORATION 2001
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CONSUMERINFORMATION 3LOCATION OF PARTS 8CONTROLS
11
KEY 11
IGNITION SWITCH 11
INSTRUMENT PANEL 13
LEFT HANDLEBAR 18
CHOKE LEVER 19RIGHT HANDLEBAR 20
FUEL
TANK
CAP 22GEARSHIFT LEVER 23REAR BRAKE PEDAL 23SEAT LOCK AND HELMET
HOLDERS 24
SIDE STAND 26
SUSPENSION ADJUSTMENT 27
FUEL, ENGINE OILAND COOLANTRECOMMENDATION 31BREAK-IN
(RUNNING-IN)
33INSPECTION BEFORE
RIDING 35RIDING TIPS 37
STARTING THE ENGINE 37STARTING OFF 38USING THE TRANSMISSION 38RIDING ON HILLS 39STOPPING AND PARKING 40
INSPECTION AND
MAINTENANCE 41
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE 41TOOLS 43STEERING DAMPERMAINTENANCE 43FAIRING REMOVAL 44LUBRICATION POINTS 45BATTERY 46AIR CLEANER 47
SPARKPLUGS
49
FUEL
LINE 52
ENGINE OIL 53IDLE SPEED 56THROTTLE CABLE PLAY 57CLUTCH 58COOLANTDRIVE CHAINBRAKESTIRESSIDE STAND/IGNITIONINTERLOCK SWITCHFRONT WHEEL REMOVALREAR WHEEL REMOVALLIGHT BULB
REPLACEMENT.
FUSES
TROUBLESHOOTINGMOTORCYCLE CLEANING...STORAGE PROCEDURE
SPECIFICATIONS. 59
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CONSUMER
INFORMATION
ACCESSORY INSTALLATION ANDPRECAUTION SAFETY TIPSThere are a great variety of accesso-ries available to Suzuki owners. Suzukican not have direct control over thequality or suitability of accessories youmay wish to purchase. The addition ofunsuitable accessories can lead tounsafe operating conditions. It is notpossible for Suzuki to test each acces-sory on the market or combinationsof all the available accessories; how-ever, your dealer can assist you inselecting quality accessories and in-stalling them correctly.Use extreme caution when selectingand installing the accessories for yourSuzuki. We have developed some gen-eral guidelines which will aid you whendeciding whether, and how to equipyour motorcycle.
A WARNING
Improper accessories or modifica-tions can make your motorcycle
unsafe and can lead to an accident.Never modify the motorcycle withimproper or poorly installed acces-
sories. Follow all instructions inthis owner's manual regarding ac-cessories and modifications.Use
genuine SUZUKI accessories or
equivalent designed and tested foryour motorcycle. Consult your
SUZUKI dealer if you have any
questions.

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