suzuki 250cc models
SERVICE
Suzuki 250
SUZUKI 250CC MODELS
TS250R
TS250J
TS250K
246
70
64
Oil Injection
TS250
TS250n
246
70
64
Oil Injection
MODEL
Displacement-cc
Bore-MM
Stroke-MM
Oil-Fuel ratio
Spark plug—
NGK
B-7E
B-7ES
Electrode gap-MM
0.6-0.7
0.7-0.8
Inch
0.024-0.028
0.028-0.030
Ignition—
Point gap-MM
0.3-0.4
NA*
Inch
0.012-0.016
NA*
Timing-Degrees BTDC
21
24 (a 6000
Electrical system voltage
6
6
Battery terminal grounded
Negative
Negative
Tire size-Front
3.25 x 19
3.25x19
Rear
4.00x18
4.00x18
Tire pressure—
Front-kg/cm^
12
1.5
Psi
17
21
Rear-kg/cm*
1.4
1.8
Psi
20
26
Rear chain free play-MM
15-20
^
15-20
Inch
%.%
t
Rear chain size
#525
#525
Number of speeds
5
5
Weight (approx.)-kg
127
111
Pounds
280
245
* A hreakerless electronic ignition system is used.
Illustrations courtesy U.S. Suzuki Motor Corporation
MAINTENANCE
SPARK PLUG. Recommended
spark plug for normal use in models
with contact breaker point ignition is
NGK type B-7E or equivalent with an
electrode gap of 0.6-0.7MM (0.0240.028 in.). Recommended spark plug
for TM 250 models is NGK type B-8ES
or equivalent with an electrode gap of
0.6-0.7MM (0.024-0.028 in.). TS 250
models with P.E.I. (Pointless Elec-
TM250J
TM250K
246
70
64
Oil Iryection
B-8ES
0.6-0.7
0.024-0.028
NA*
NA*
21.5 (« 6000
3.66x21
4.00x18
1.0
14
1.0
14
15-20
#525
5
100
220
tronic Ignition) are equipped with an
NGK type B-7ES spark plug with an
electrode gap of 0.7-0.8MM (0.0280.030 in.).
CARBURETOR. All models are
equipped with Mikuni sliding valve
carburetors. TM 250 niodels are fitted
with 32MM carburetors and TS 250
models use 28MM units. Refer to Fig.
S12-1 and the following for standard
carburetor specifications:
Fig. S'l2-1'€xpto€led view of
typical Mikuni carburetor.
Inset
shows
separate
floatffloat arm used on some
models.
U
15
19
1. Throttle cable adjuster
2. Mixing chamber cap
3. Throttle return spring
4. Spring seat
5. Jet needle clip
6. Jet needle
7. Throttle slide
8. Needle jet
9. Pilot air screw
10. Idle speed adjuster
11. Float valve assembly
12. Fuel passage
13. Pilot jet
14. Float arm
15. Main jet
16. Float
17. Float chamber
18. Float chamber drain plug
19. Main jet holder
20. Starter lever
TS 250 (VM 28 SC Spigot Mount
Carburetor)
Main jet (15)
#115
Pilot jet (13)
25
Jet needle (6)
5EP6
Needle jet (8)
P-2
Throttle valve (7)
2.0
Clip (5) in third groove from top of
needle (6).
TS 250 11 (VM 28 SC Spigot Mount
Carburetor)
Main jet (15)
#117.5
Pilot jet (13)
25
Jet needle (6)
5 DP 10
Needle jet (8)
P-0
Throttle valve (7)
2.0
Clip (5) in second groove from top of
needle (6).
TS 250 R, TS 250 J and TS 250 K
(VM 28 SH Flange Mount
Carburetor)
MainjetdS)—
TS250R
#170
TS250JandTS250K
#180
Pilot jet (13)
25
Jet needle (6)
5 CN 3
Needle jet (8)
0-4
Throttle valve (7)
2.5
Clip (5) in second groove from top of
needle (6).
TM 250 J Before engine #31406
(VM 32 SC)
Main jet (15)
#260
Pilot jet (13)
20
Jet needle (6)
6 FJ 11
Needle jet (8)
Q-2
Throttle valve (7)
2.0
Clip (5) in third groove from top of
needle (6).
TM 250 J Engine #31406 and Later
and TM 250 K (VM 32 SC)
Main jet (15)
#230
Pilot jet (13)
40
Jet needle (6)
6 DP 1
Needle jet (8)
P-0
Throttle valve (7)
1.5
Clip (5) in second groove from top of
needle (6).
Pilot air screw (9) should be 1-1^
turns out from a lightly seated position
on SC type carburetors and 1% turns
out on SH type units. Float level should
be 28MM (1.1 inch) on units with one
piece float/float arm assembly. Level
on these units is measured from bottom
of float with carburetor inverted to
gasket surface of mixing chamber body
with gasket removed. Float level (A—
Fig. S12-2) should be 23MM (0.90 inch)
on TS 250 (VM 28 SC) units with separate floats and float arm. Float level (A
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MOTORCYCLE
Suzuki 250
—Fig. S12-3) should be 15MM (0.59
inch) on TS 250 R, J and K (VM 28 SH)
models and 9.IMM (0.358 in.) on TM
250 (VM 32 SC) models. Level on all
models is adjusted by bending tang (B
—Fig. S12.2).
Fig. S12'2-'Float level on some eariy models is
checked by measuring from float arm to gasket
surface of float bowl with gasket removed. Adjust level by bending tang (B).
Fig. S12-3-Fioat ievei (A) on iater modeis is
checked by measuring from fioat arm to jet
holder boss with mixing chamber body Inverted.
IGNITION AND ELECTRICAL. A
6V 2 AH battery is common to all
models equipped with lights. A rectifier is fitted to convert AC current to
DC. All electrical parts on PEI models
are DC operated while earlier models
use DC current for hom, turn signals
and brake light only.
An ohmmeter or simple continuity
tester may be used to inspect the rectifier. When test leads are installed on
rectifier, indicator should show continuity in one direction and not in the
other. If current flows in both directions or not at all, unit is faulty.
IGNITION INSPECTION AND
ADJUSTMENT OF CONTACT
BREAKER MODELS. Inspect breaker
points for burning or wear. Clean and
Fig. S12-5-Timing marks of TS 250 R and later
modeis. Use a power timing light and an engine
speed of $000 RPM to check PEi modeis.
TM
Fig. S12-6-View of P.E.i. magneto used on TM
250 models. Refer to Fig. S12-8 for iegend.
Fig. S12-7'Slmplified
diagram of PEi system used on
the TS 250 R and later
modeis.
Fig. SI 2'4-Checking point opening with a dial
gage and static timing iight. Gage shown Is
avaiiabie from Centrai Tooi Co.
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set maximum point gap to 0.3-0.4MM
(0.012-0.016 in.). Ignition should occur
(points just open) at 21 degrees BTDC.
Piston will be 2.7MM (0.106 inch)
BTDC and mark on flywheel will align
with punch mark on crankcase at this
time. Timing marks are at approximately same position as on PEI model
inFig.S12-5.
IGNITION INSPECTION AND
ADJUSTMENT OF PEI (POINTLESS
ELECTRONIC IGNITION) MODELS.
The breakerless electronic ignition systems are used on TM 250 models and
TS 250 R, J and K models. A small, internal rotor is used on TM models
while TS models have a large extemal
flywheel and coils to handle lighting as
well as ignition. After initial installation, further adjustment should not be
necessary, however, timing may be
inspected with a power timing light.
Timing marks (TM—Fig. S12-5 and
S12-6) should align at 6000 RPM. If
stator plate has been removed, timing
may be reset by installing stator base
plate with scribe mark at upper mount
screw hole (A—Fig. S12-6) aligned
with small boss, on crankcase. Recheck
timing with power timing light after
installation.
As the PEI magneto flywheel (Fig.
Si2-7) tums, a current is induced in
the exciter coil (approximately 100-300
V). This current is rectified by diode
"A" and stored in the condenser (capacitor). As the flywheel rotates a current
is also produced in the trigger coil. This
trigger current is rectified by diode "B"
and channeled through the trigger
signal control circuit. The trigger
signal is delayed in the control circuit
by a Zener diode until sufficient
voltage is produced (depending on engine RPM) to release the trigger signal
to the thyristor. When trigger voltage
is introduced to the thyristor, current
in the condenser is released to the ignition coil and ignition spark follows.
Some parts of the system may be inspected with an ohmmeter. Resistance
of the exciter coil (4—Fig. S12-6 and
S12-8) should be 320 ohms on TM 250
models and 220 ohms on all other
models. Exciter coil resistance is measured between the black/red wire and
Suzuki 250
SERVICE
Fig. St2-B-Magneto assembly of PEt models.
Center of screw (2) should be aligned with punch
marks on base plate (1).
1. Baseplate
2. Screw
3. Trigger coil
4. Exciter coil
5. Lighting coii
6. Flywheel
plate (1). Standard resistance of trigger
coil (3) is 87 ohms on TM 250 models
and 75 ohms on all other models.
Trigger coil resistance is checked between the red/white wire and base
plate. Standard resistance of primary
winding of ignition coil (measured
between black/white and white/blue
wire) is approximately 0.7 ohms. Resistance of secondary winding (spark plug
lead to ground) is approximately
12,000 ohms.
The following checks are all made to
the PEI unit (located under seat) with
an ohmmeter. Connect one lead from
ohmmeter to black/yellow wire and
other lead to black/white wire, reverse
leads. Current should flow in one direction and not in the other. Place leads on
black/red and black/yellow leads from
box. There should be continuity in one
direction and approximately 2 Megohms resistance in other direction.
Connect meter leads to black/white
wire and red/white wire. There should
Fig. S12-10-Dlfferent oil pump drives have been used. Early models have oil pump mounted on right
side of engine and drive from crankshaft. Later units mount oil pump at left rear of engine (right
view) and drive through kick idler gear.
be no continuity in one direction and
100-500 ohms in the other direction.
Finally, connect leads to black/yellow
and white/blue wires. Meter should
bounce across scale and return to original position. If any of the previous
checks do not test as indicated, unit
must be renewed.
LUBRICATION. Oil capacity of
gearbox on TS 250 and TS 250 II is
llOOcc. Oil capacity of gearbox on all
other models is 700cc. Recommended
gearbox lubricant for all models is SAE
20 W/40 motor oil.
Engine lubrication on all models is
accomplished by an automatic oil metering system. Only oils intended for
use in air cooled two cycle engines
should be used. Oil is pumped in direct
relation to engine speed and amount of
throttle opening to the intake port and
left crankshaft main bearing. Transmission oil is used to lubricate right
main bearing. On early models (TS 250
and TS 250II) the oil pump is driven by
the primary gear and located on right
side of engine. Later units (TS 250 R, J,
K and TM 250 models) mount oil pump
on left side of engine to the rear and
drive through the kickstarter. Adjustments on all models are similar.
Turn cable adjuster (C—Fig. S12-9)
so that aligning marks (A&B) align
with throttle wide open.
If oil pump has been removed or allowed to run dry, it will be necessary to
bleed the injection system. Pump and
main inlet line are bled by loosening
bleeder screw (D) and allowing oil to
flow until air bubbles are no longer
present in oil coming from bleeder hole.
Air in pressure lines is expelled by
holding oil pump control arm full on
and running engine at idle until air is
removed.
CLUTCH CONTROLS. Clutch may
be adjusted on TS and early TM models
after removing adjustment cover on
left engine case. Loosen lock nut (18—
Fig. S12-12) and turn adjusting screw
(17) until it just contacts push rod (14).
Back adjusting screw out ^/^ turn and
tighten lock nut. Turn adjusters on
clutch control cable to obtain 4MM free
play at pivot of clutch lever on handle
grip.
Clutch adjustment on TM 250 K is
accomplished by turning cable adjusters at either end of clutch cable to obtain free play of 4MM measured at
pivot of handlebar mounted clutch
lever.
Fig. S12'11-Clutch assembly
used on early model TS 250.
Basic parts are similar to TS
250RunitlnFig.S12-12.
A B
Fig. St2-9-O// pump adlustment and bleed
points. Small punch marks on lever are factory
reference marks and should not be used as
aligning marks.
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MOTORCYCLE
Suzuki 250
5
Fig. S12'12-Exptoded view of
TS 250 R clutch assembly.
Later units are similar.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
6
Bolt
Washer
Oil seal
Clutch spring
Pressure plate
Friction discs (6 used)
Steel plates (6 used)
Push piece
Lock washer
Clutch hub
Push rod
Thrust washer
Primary driven gear
assembly
Push rod
Oil seal
Release screw
assembly
Adjusting screw
Lock nut
Release screw return
spring
Fig. S12-14'View of clutch
and release
mechanism
used on TM 250 K models.
Clutch components are similar to other models.
1. Release pinion
2. Screw
3. Oil seal
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10,
11.
Screw
Arm
Thrust washer
Needle bearing
Release rack
Needle bearing
Spacer
Dowel
Fig. S12-1S-Distance (A) should be approximately 5MM (0.20 Inch} on early modeis. TS 250
R and later models should have fork inner tube
(1} top ievei with top of steering head (2).
10
SUSPENSION. Front suspension
units on early (TS 250 and TS 250 II)
models contain 250cc of oil each and
units on later (TS 250 R, J and K)
models contain 255cc of oil each. Front
suspension units on TM 250 J and TM
250 K models contain 190cc of lubricant. Oil used in all models should be
SAE 10 W/30 motor oil or A.T.F, (Automatic Transmission Fluid). Inner fork
tubes (13—Fig. S12-15) should extend
5MM (3/16 in.) beyond top of upper
triple clamp (A—Fig. S12-16) on TS
250 and TS 250 II models. Inner fork
tube should be mounted flush with top
of clamp on all other models.
Rear suspension units are not repairable and should be renewed if leaking
or damaged.
12
13
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Fig. S12-15-Front suspension system used on TS
250, TS 250 R and TS 250 J. Units used on other
TS models are similar.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Steering stem head
Fork inner tube cover
Steering stem
Fork top bolt
"O"ring
Spring guide
Pinchbolt
Fork spring
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9.
10.
U.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Dust cover
Outer tube nut
"O'ring
Metal Blide
Fork inner tube
Fork outer tube
Axle pinch bolt
Oil drain plug
REPAIRS
PISTON, RINGS AND CYLINDER. Cylinder and piston may be
removed without dismounting engine
from frame. Head retaining nuts
should be loosened and tightened diagonally to prevent head warpage. Refer
to the following repair specifications:
Maximum cylinder taper or out
of round
0.05MM
(0.002 in.)
Fig. SI2-17-Exploded view of front suspension
units used on TM 250 modeis.
12. Clip
1. Stem bolt
2. Handlebar clamp
13. Dust cover
3. Pinchbolt
14. Clip
4. Top crown
15. Washer
16. Oil seal
5. Top bolt
17. Fork cylinder
6. "O ring
18. Outer fork tube
7. Spring seat
19. Cylinder lock bolt
8. Spring
20. Stud
9. Steering stem
assembly
21. Axle clamp
10. Inner fork tube
22. Washer
U. Piston
23. Drain screw
SERVICE
Suzuki 250
2 kg-m (14.5 Ft.Lbs.) using a diagonal
pattern.
CRANKSHAFT AND CONNECTING ROD. Engine must be
removed from frame and crankcase
separated to remove crankcase assembly. Maximum eccentricity of
crankshaft is 0.0023 inch with crankshaft supported on "V" blocks. Maximum shake at small end of connecting
rod is 3MM (0.118 in.). Torque primary
gear retaining nut to 4.9 kg-m (36
Ft.Lbs.)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Fig. S12-18-Exploded view of transmission typical of all models except TS 250 and TS 25011.
Wavewasher
8. Third driven gear
15. Spacer
21. Countershaft
Kick sUrter idle gear
9. Retaining clip
16. Drive sprocket
22. Fourth drive gear
Ball bearing
10. Fifth driven gear
17. Oil reservoir plate
23. Third drive gear
Thrust washer
U. Second driven gear
18. Kick starter (friven
24. Fifth drive gear
First driven gear
12. Drive shaft
gear
25. Second drive gear
Fourth driven gear
13. Ballbearing
19. Bearing holder
26. Ballbearing
Washer
14. Oil seal
20. Ballbearing
Piston skirt to cylinder clearance—
TS250andTS250II . 0.18-0.19MM
(0.0071-0.0074 in.)
All other models . . . . . 0.06-0.07MM
(0.0024-0.0028 in,)
Piston ring end gap—
Standard
0.15-0.35MM
(0.006-0.014 in.)
Wear limit
l.OMM
(0.040 in.)
Install piston with arrow on dome
toward exhaust port (front) of engine,
Measure pistons on early models (TS
250 & TS 250 II) for cylinder clearance
check at a point 52MM (2.0 in.) from
bottom of skirt at right angle to pin
hole. Measure pistons for all other
models at a point 26MM (1.0 in.) from
bottom of skirt at right angle to pin
hole. Pistons and rings are available in
standard and two oversizes. Piston
rings are Keystone type and must be
installed with markings toward top.
Piston made for TS 250 R and later
units should not be installed in earlier
models. Torque head retaining nuts to
CLUTCH. The wet type multi disc
unit is located on transmission drive
shaft at right side of engine. Refer to
Fig. S12-11, Fig. S12-12 and Fig. S1214. Standard thickness of friction discs
is 3.5MM (0.138 in.). Discs should be
renewed if less than 3.2MM (0.126 in.)
thick. Steel plates should be renewed if
warped more than 0.4MM (0.016 in.).
Standard free length of clutch springs
is 38.4MM (1.51 in.) and springs should
be renewed if less than 36.9MM (1.46
in.) long.
CRANKCASE AND GEARBOX.
Crankcase halves must be separated to
remove the transmission. Cases should
be thoroughly cleaned before reassembly and a non hardening type
gasket sealer used. Early models are
not equipped with a gasket between
crankcase halves.
Kick starter lever and kick starter
shaft on early models have punch
marks that should be aligned on reassembly.
Fig. SI2-19-Component parts of shifter assembly
used in the late models. Shltt forks (8 A 9) are
Interchangeable.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Shift arm
Shifter return spring
Oil seal
Shift lever
Shift cam stopper
Shift shaft stopper
Shift cam guide
Gear shift fork
Gear shift fork
Shift fork shaft
Shift pawl
Shift pawl roller
Cam gear
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
Shift cam
Cam stopper plate
Needle bearing
Neutral switch
"CrinB
Neutral switch cover
Shift fork shaft
Shift fork
Shift cam stopper
Shift cam stopper
spring holder
24. Shift cam reUiner
Fig. S12-20-Exploded view of TS 250 engine and transmission assembly. Minor differences may be
seen between this unit and later models.
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