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karlak

posted on 12/5/11 at 05:42 PM Reply With Quote
Suzuki TB's and identifying

Is there any info out there to help confirm which throttle bodies I may have? I just want ot confirm that what I have are GSXR1000 from a K1.

Differences between GSXR 750 and 1000, part numbers ? etc





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will121

posted on 12/5/11 at 06:07 PM Reply With Quote
i believe 750 and 1000 K1 bodies are basically the same size etc
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stevebubs

posted on 12/5/11 at 06:10 PM Reply With Quote
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karlak

posted on 12/5/11 at 06:34 PM Reply With Quote
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big-vee-twin

posted on 12/5/11 at 06:47 PM Reply With Quote
Looking at the TPS type it is a GSXR 1000 set up and just to confirm it here's a technical drawing



http://www.suzukipartshouse.net/pages/OemParts?aribrand=SUZ#/Suzuki/GSX-R1000_%282001%29/THROTTLE_BODY_%28MODEL_K1%29/09010001/5609010012

Having a bit of trouble getting the link to work but the site you need is babbitts

[Edited on 12/5/11 by big-vee-twin]

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martyn_16v

posted on 12/5/11 at 07:39 PM Reply With Quote
Another way to tell is the rubber inlet trumpets. On the 1000 all four are the same length, but on the 750 they are two different lengths, the inner cylinders have long trumpets and the outer cylinders have really stubby ones.

This is actually really handy. You can generally pick up an airbox with trumpets in on ebay for 10-15 quid. If you can get hold of two sets of 750 trumpets you can do a bit of easy experimenting with inlet lengths (or in my case, just use four stubby ones to keep it all under the bonnet).

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yorkshire-engines

posted on 12/5/11 at 08:25 PM Reply With Quote
GSXR 1000 HAVE PART NO 40F ON THEM AND AIRBOX GSXR 750 HAVE 30 OR 36G ON THEM AND AIRBOX
THEY LOOK LIKE THOU,S THOUGH

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karlak

posted on 12/5/11 at 08:44 PM Reply With Quote
Cheers Guys,

looks like they are GSXR 1000's

Not sure if that is better than the 750's or not. Off to B&Q to get the bits and pieces to split and re-space them next.





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