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Can anyone tell me how to adjust the seat on the GSF650 Kandit? my dealer said read the manual, the manual said talk to your dealer :0(
Can anyone help, I need a new back tyre for a Bandit 600, it has Avon tyres fitted, the front is like new so I don't want to replace the pair. Front has a 120/60ZR17 AV 27 compound. Rear has 150/60ZR 17 Azaro sport AV 40 compound. This is my first bike and I don't know much about tyres, all I know that the tyres should be compatible in the compound ratio. Can anyone suggest what tyre to have fitted to the back. Cheers
Hi Folks, I'll hopefully on two wheels sometime in the near future and I'm thinking of buying a Bandit 600S for my first bike. I've heard these are quite user friendly and i think the fairing will gove me some protection seeing as i'll be using it to commute to my work during the warmer months 190 miles each way trip. I'm just looking for some advise as to whether the Bandit 600 would suit me and information about things i'll need to keep an eye out for when it comes to buying a used Bandit 600S, cheers Davie
Hi, Besides being Products Editor on this here website, I'm also going to be running a 2005 Suzuki GSF650 Bandit as my longterm test bike this year, so if you have any opinions, questions, thoughts, ideas etc, let me know... I'll be posting here, as well as in the News section to let you all know how I get on, and I'll be aiming to get some great videos as well....
How's your rubber?
I keep dropping my bike for various reasons (weight, soft ground, skidding, lack of coordination) and despite fitting a cage around the lower part of the engine - every time there is a fall, there is a broken brake lever, dent in the tank. Is there a solution - cage that goes higher up like on a police bike. I guess a tank bra would help. The problem seems to be linked to the huge wide tank on the bandit, maybe I can replace with a narrower version? Graham, Paris
What pipes have you tried, and have you noticed much of a difference?
I am having a pig of a problem with very cold mornings riding to work, my Suzuki Bandit GSF 600 (1998), after been riding for 5 to 10 minutes the engine will star to feel like you are on 3 cylinders on low speed and low revs, if I increase the speed the engine will pick up, but as I come to crossroads or traffic lights the engine will die on me. To stop this happening I need to stop and pull the kill switch wait for 1 minute and then the bike will go all day without a problem. ...
Discovered any problems with the new Bandit?
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