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Old 05-20-2010, 07:59 PM   #1
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Default if anybody knows anything about gsxr750 counterbalance

seems like the counterbalance is off i have no idea were to begin on trying to find this out. so if anyone could help would be nice thankyou. 2000 gsxr750
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Old 05-20-2010, 09:13 PM   #2
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And now we go back to the "Obtain a Manual" tack into the breeze. If you can find one to download online, fine. Consider yourself a cheap, lucky SOB. But, I wouldn't hold my breath on it.

Come on man - any serious motorcyclist has at least one manual for every moto they own (and likely one for every moto they used to own).

If you're expecting to do this job yourself - how can you do so without guidance? Even factory-trained mechanics refer back to their library, on a daily basis. Think of it as the "price of entry" into an elite society: the DIY moto-mechanic.
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Old 05-21-2010, 05:58 PM   #3
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Yeah. What he said. I am sure manuals are still for sale at very reasonable prices.
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Old 05-21-2010, 07:21 PM   #4
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You have to understand the properties of a "counterbalancer" before going willy-nilly into something that could turn out even worse.

Now, counterbalancers, versus balancers do just that, they counter-balance the balance that needs to be countered, as in Newtons 4th law of gravity.

When the balancing of the counterbalancers gets out of balance, you run into something called "anti-counterbalancing" that can only be balanced out with a re-calibrated counterbalancer, set to the balance properties of the balancer,or shall we say "balancee."

Once you have balanced out the counterbalancers with a new calibrated balancer, you can then...

BUY A GODAMN MANUAL AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCITONS UNDER THE "COUNTERBALANCER" SECTION! LINE UP THE MARKS!

I hope this helps.
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Old 05-21-2010, 07:52 PM   #5
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You have to understand the properties of a "counterbalancer" before going willy-nilly into something that could turn out even worse.

Now, counterbalancers, versus balancers do just that, they counter-balance the balance that needs to be countered, as in Newtons 4th law of gravity.

When the balancing of the counterbalancers gets out of balance, you run into something called "anti-counterbalancing" that can only be balanced out with a re-calibrated counterbalancer, set to the balance properties of the balancer,or shall we say "balancee."

Once you have balanced out the counterbalancers with a new calibrated balancer, you can then...

BUY A GODAMN MANUAL AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCITONS UNDER THE "COUNTERBALANCER" SECTION! LINE UP THE MARKS!

I hope this helps.
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Old 05-22-2010, 05:47 AM   #6
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Or how about letting us help you diagnose what you think the problem is by giving us some symptoms. I am pretty sure your year model is a solid part of the crank and cannot be adjusted. Good Luck bro!
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