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Need some information about the CVT adapter.

Greetings everyone,

I found a suzuki skywave 650 in a prestine condition but it has the deisel sound. I think i can fix it myself by ordering the aftermarket adapter and bolt but i thought to check the OEM parts first. At partzilla i found the bolt and the adapter listed with extension (Pri fixed), does any of you know what does it mean? did suzuki changed the material of the adapter and the bolt for k3 and k4 models?

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I think I remember that Suzuki came out with a longer adapter for the 02-04 but it was only line a few millimeters longer. The Polish adapter is more than twice as long.

So for $99.23 for that adapter and longer bolt it may quite the noise down but no one on here ever bought one. I spent $225 for my Polish adapter but last I knew the new one is not as much.

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This is the Polish Adapter and the one you want .

http://www.ebay.com/itm/182483879614...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

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Yep, as mentioned.... I went straight for the Polish adaptor 1&1/2 yrs (20,000km) ago on my '04 exec.

It's Whisper quiet (even quieter than the newer burgs). Forget the OEM adaptor.

Nothing compares to the fitment & engineering of the Polish adaptor !

fwiw, i have a brand new OEM Primary adaptor & bolt in my spares draw. They look exactly the same as the old worn bits i removed.
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So, no one is recommend the OEM adapter here.
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In the pictures you can see the difference from the Factory adapter and the NEW Polish designed adapter. You get about 160% more coverage

Primary adapter old and new 1.jpg

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So, no one is recommend the OEM adapter here.




NO ONE IN THEIR RIGHT MIND .

In my opinion and every one else's who has ever installed one , it's like this , it is the perfect solution to a engineering screw up as I have ever seen . What is sad about this one is it did not come from Suzuki themselves , it took a mechanic in Poland no less to come up with a solution / fix . But this is common with all manufacturers , they never want to eat their mistakes . Example , GM and Ford built 10's of millions of cars with plastic intake manifolds and plastic head gaskets . WHAT COULD GO WRONG ?
Well pretty much every thing .......and it did . etc etc etc etc . There are some that think including me , that think Suzuki should not have done the stupid long bolt fix in 2005 . What they should have done is keep the larger ID fly wheel , and installed the Polish adapter .


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On ebay it says Price:800.00 PLN, Must be Polish Currency. I put it in the shopping cart and now it says $200.32! Wow, is that right?! I would say that is VERY expensive! Thank God for FREE SHIPPING!

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On ebay it says Price:800.00 PLN, Must be Polish Currency. I put it in the shopping cart and now it says $200.32! Wow, is that right?! I would say that is VERY expensive! Thank God for FREE SHIPPING!
I paid $285 (NZD)... i done my homework prior to purchasing my AN650 so got the dealer to drop this off the purchase price.

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Suzuki should not have done the stupid long bolt fix in 2005 . What they should have done is keep the larger ID fly wheel , and installed the Polish adapter .
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On ebay it says Price:800.00 PLN, Must be Polish Currency. I put it in the shopping cart and now it says $200.32! Wow, is that right?! I would say that is VERY expensive! Thank God for FREE SHIPPING!
Yes it is a very pricey item. But if the 2002-2004 bike is worth keeping then its well worth spending that to fix
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