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Suzuki GS-GSX 250, 400 and 450 Twins Owners Workshop Manual, M736: '79-'85 Paperback – Mar 31 1988

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Haynes offers the best coverage for cars, trucks, vans, SUVs and motorcycles on the market today. Each manual contains easy to follow step-by-step instructions linked to hundreds of photographs and illustrations. Included in every manual: troubleshooting section to help identify specific problems; tips that give valuable short cuts to make the job easier and eliminate the need for special tools; notes, cautions and warnings for the home mechanic; color spark plug diagnosis and an easy to use index.

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Excellent Manual, but treats GS450 as an afterthought. Aug. 23 2000
By Michael McCormick - Published on
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I own a Suzuki GS450TXZ, and bought this manual as a supplement to the Clymer manual I've had for years. The first thing I noticed was that the photography and diagrams were excellent. Very close, clear and detailed pictures of the parts being worked on. I also found the text to be consise and straightforward.
If there is anything lacking in the book, it was that the bulk of it only refers to the 250 and 400 models. All information about the 450 was put into the last couple of chapters. One was expected to flip between the instructions for disassembly in the front of the book, then flip back to find the proper calibration numbers in the back.
In the end, though, I find the book worth having.
manual Sept. 10 2013
By Dave Weese - Published on
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Restore and rebuild motor bikes, this manual was a necessity, although it covers mostly European models the similarities are so it can be used for US models, which is mostly covered in the back of the manual
Everything that I needed June 2 2013
By Warwick S Poon - Published on
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This book, as usual with Haynes, gave me all the information that I needed to fully overhaul and recondition my bike. It was well worth the money.
Warwick Poon
This item took a while to come in, but it was worth it. July 24 2010
By Mr. Brat - Published on
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The book has exactly what I needed in it and lives up to the Haynes name. Came from Great Britian, so it took a little longer, but it was worth it.
Good manual Aug. 20 2013
By Kenny Wooldridge - Published on
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It's a good manual, it just didn't cover the information I was looking for for my motorcycle. It could use some more exploded views of things.