Deep respect!Schlepp said:I'm changing the secondary pulley sensor located under the CVT. Don't know what suzuki designers where thinking when they located that sensor... To replace the sensor you have to tear apart the whole bike, take the engine out and remove the cvt. Quite a job... took me almost 6 hours to get to the sensor. same job to replace the cvt belt. Doesn't take very much special tools, just a ratchet, couple of screwdrivers, allen keys and very much patience. you should have mechanical skills before attempting such a job.
I most heartly agree with Norm on this.NormanB said:Thats a really kind offer, I do not have a 650 so hopefully an owner will now pipe up and give you a suitable list.
PS: The more pics and procedures we have on the forum, the better resource we have as a community.