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PostSubject: Dirty Intake Valves   Thu Mar 10, 2011 8:52 pm

This is a picture of the intakes on a 600cc sport bike that was in for a full service -



All of the intake valves had that build up.

Tech said the valve seals were bad.


I'm not sure, they were all identical - the air filter was totally plugged, hummmmmmmm

Where is Terry when you need him! :?:
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PostSubject: I don't know so I'm asking..   Fri Mar 11, 2011 3:04 pm

What are we looking at through the hole, the top of the piston? Thats a lot of build up, whats next to clean it up? Is it an old 600 with years of build up?
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PostSubject: Re: Dirty Intake Valves   Sat Mar 12, 2011 6:00 am

DJ wrote:
What are we looking at through the hole, the top of the piston? Thats a lot of build up, whats next to clean it up? Is it an old 600 with years of build up?

It's a look down the intake port, at the valves.

It is a not that old Suzuki GSXR600 with around 20,000 miles on it.

We're not going to do anything to clean it up, but I have heard some claims from Techron and other fuel additives that they will remove those deposits.

They could be from running cheap gas.
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