Suzuki, LT-Z50, QuadSport, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, repair, overhaul, pdf
How to fix your ATV with the help of this professional electronic pdf download version of the Suzuki LT-Z50 QuadSport service manual / repair guide.
Production/model years: 2006, 2007, 2008 2009
Model specification: LT-Z50 QuadSport
Serial numbers: 0000
Manual Language: English
Manual format: pdf - manual / ebook (zip)
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The Suzuki LT-Z50 is one of many superb lightweight twin wheel motocross bikes from the company. With a base price of under one hundred pounds, this is a bike that will fit most budgets. However, how this model is marketed has led to the bike garnering some negative reputations. This review will attempt to set the record straight and clear up any misconceptions that may exist about this model.
One of the biggest misunderstandings about this bike is that it only comes with a stock tire. It is, however, possible to swap out your tires to customize the bike. This is accomplished by removing the factory stock tire and installing a Velocity Orange tire (or another color of your choice). This will give your bike a much different look, but it is completely legal. These are available at most aftermarket dealers.
Another common misperception is that the bike's throttle is of poor quality. To be honest, it is not very good. However, after spending some time on the bike I found that the throttle does feel much more precise when compared to other models. Another issue that users have observed relates to riding the bike in wet conditions. They state that the chassis does soak up water and become very sluggish during these conditions.