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The following models are included in this manual: GSF650 Bandit, GSF650S / Suzuki Motor Corporation
2005 Suzuki GSF650 Bandit
2005 Suzuki GSF650S
2006 Suzuki GSF650 Bandit
2006 Suzuki GSF650S
Production year(s): 2005, 2006
Language: English (some of our manuals are multi-language)
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Engine Specifications/Technical Data:
• Engine Type: Inline-four, four-stroke.
• Displacement: 656 cc.
• Bore x Stroke: 65.5 mm x 48.7 mm.
• Compression Ratio: 11.5:1.
• Fuel System: Fuel injection.
• Ignition System: Digital/transistorized.
• Cooling System: Liquid-cooled.
• Lubrication System: Wet sump.
• Transmission: 6-speed constant mesh.
• Final Drive: Chain.
• Front Suspension: Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped.
• Rear Suspension: Link-type, coil spring, oil damped.
• Front Brakes: Dual hydraulic discs.
• Rear Brakes: Single hydraulic disc.
• Front Tire Size: 120/70-ZR17.
• Rear Tire Size: 160/60-ZR17.
• Fuel Tank Capacity: 19.0 liters (5.0 US gallons).
• Dry Weight: 208 kg (459 lbs).
Facts and Details:
- The Suzuki GSF650 Bandit and GSF650S were designed as versatile motorcycles, blending performance, comfort, and affordability.
- These models featured a responsive inline-four engine, delivering a balanced combination of power and fuel efficiency.
- The Bandit version had a standard seating position, while the GSF650S offered a sportier riding position with a fairing.
- With their capable suspension systems, these motorcycles provided a comfortable and controlled ride.
- The GSF650 bikes featured a sturdy chassis and excellent handling characteristics, making them enjoyable on twisty roads.
- Suzuki incorporated a fuel injection system for efficient fuel delivery and improved throttle response.
- These motorcycles had a reputation for their reliability and ease of maintenance.
- The GSF650 Bandit and GSF650S offered a comfortable seating position and ergonomics for both rider and passenger.
- The models featured a compact and lightweight design, allowing for easy maneuverability in city traffic.
- These motorcycles were praised for their versatility, suitable for both commuting and longer touring journeys.
- The GSF650 bikes offered ample torque throughout the RPM range, making them responsive and enjoyable to ride.
- The models had a robust braking system, providing consistent stopping power.
- Owners appreciated the GSF650 for its cost-effective ownership, with accessible maintenance and affordable parts.
Maintenance Intervals, Tips, and Common Issues:
► Regular oil and filter changes are recommended every 3,000 miles or as per the manufacturer's guidelines.
► Keep the chain properly adjusted, lubricated, and cleaned to ensure optimal performance and longevity.
► Check tire pressure regularly and inspect for signs of wear or damage.
► Maintain proper coolant levels and periodically flush and replace the coolant.
► Common issues may include faulty fuel injectors, electrical system problems, and clutch issues. Timely maintenance and component replacements can resolve these issues.
Popular Tuning Tips or Modifications:
* Upgrading the exhaust system to a high-performance aftermarket option can enhance both power and sound.
* Installing a power commander or similar fuel management system allows for precise fuel tuning and optimization.
* Upgrading the suspension components, such as rear shocks or fork springs, can improve the bike's handling and comfort.
Available Accessories and Aftermarket Options:
■ Aftermarket windshields and fairings for added wind protection and improved aerodynamics.
■ Custom seat options for enhanced comfort and personalized style.
■ Luggage racks and saddlebags for increased storage capacity during touring.
■ Performance brake pads and rotors for enhanced stopping power.
■ LED lighting kits for improved visibility and aesthetics.
Owner Reviews and Opinions:
☺ Strengths: Owners appreciate the Suzuki GSF650 Bandit and GSF650S for their versatile nature, comfortable riding position, and reliable performance.
☻ Weaknesses: Some owners have mentioned that the stock suspension can be on the stiffer side, requiring adjustments or upgrades for a smoother ride.
Repairs that Need to be Carried Out Most Frequently and Commonly Broken Parts:
→ Chain and sprocket replacements.
→ Brake pad and rotor replacements.
→ Regular valve clearance adjustments.
→ Spark plug replacements.
→ Clutch cable adjustments or replacements.
→ Electrical system repairs, particularly related to wiring harnesses and connectors.
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