Suzuki dr 350 owners manual

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Going In: Checking and Adjusting Valves on a DR350 The latest challenge in the maintenance series is an old-school enduro/dual sport bike: a 1992 Suzuki DR350.

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These bikes have single-cylinder, overhead cam engines with screw-and-locknut valve adjusters (as well as a dry sump engine, which we’ll get to when I change the oil).

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As the engine’s camshaft rotates, it presses the intake valves open, first allowing the fuel/air mix to fill the cylinder (the intake stroke), then closing as the piston moves up to the top of the cylinder, AKA Top Dead Center (the compression stroke, and the point you want to adjust from).

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At that point the spark plug nites the fuel-air mix (the power stroke), pushing the piston back down to the bottom of the cylinder; finally, on the exhaust stroke, the piston swings back up to Top Dead Center and the exhaust valves open, allowing the exhaust gases to escape, and the cycle begins again.


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