As mentioned....on another thread by the same OP, the compression test issue was already answered.
You'll find out I'll post in a more generic way. Runner uppers have no clue how/well the bike is maintained, bought used, I'm not about to guess so generic covers my assorta speak.
Wheel bearings are usually checked when tires are replaced
Again, most services do not have tires being replaced, so the generic check bearings fore and aft is the full service kind of walk around the bike.
if you have the forks off anyway
You might as well pack the steering bearing then. You start back and forth wit me is going to be some entertaining happening and let's say if you are going to go after point for point?
you can at least overdue it and check the front to see it's fine.
Are we some sort of runner upper about to drop the zipper and are we matching skill sets or am I more forgetting more than I can remember?
Brake fluid is DOT 4 on every Fireblade.
Someone buying a used bike may not know your kind of trivia. I more or less followed the owner to the generic cap to see the DOT # used. That's kind of see my penis kind of zipper dropping going on? You get in the way of the generic, it's going to put you in your place kind of trivia is now you have cap trivia... Make sense, runner upper?
Sounds like a Harley guy worried if he's got 5.1 or not on his Twin Cam heap of shyt. Wrong forum.
Maybe more sounds like, looks like, smells like a forum runner upper I usually come upon. Generically jerk you off zipper wise those guys
Don't leave so much out if you're going to start with procedures
I more or less cleaned up your procedures with generic tricks not found in the book, squeezebox.
Where is it in the shop manual that uses anti-seize? We about to squid the spark plugs with that stuff and the factory does not use anti-seize on where?
plug number, # engine cycles for compression test to be accurate
This is a throwaway bike. If say you ran it on the track for competition, sure, leak it down for accuracy. But for a 100 psi or less for a no start... you just have to let it cycle a few times to see if the comp is going to run the bike or not. Look at the frame tag for plug type and valve lash settings.
how to rivet a chain, etc. Means: Your post is incomplete
The guy asked what else should he do to the bike service wise, not rivet chains, change tires, etc. Where are you going with this anyway? Do you need a book to know if the bike will start first thing out the toolbox or not? Is that how you sync a poor cylinder? Should I now explain how to prep the sync tool before you sync the other 3? I bet you just slap the sync tool on and go (faceplant smilie
a hit and miss procedure of what to set, what to squeeze, what to spray, and order of sequence. Keep going, fun to watch.
Rather you waist a post on the OP than start in on me.
Think as if I'm not posting and just help the OP. Want to get on my case; open a thread than hack the OP's thread with your next post.
NOLTT (man we are going to have some fun wit the "Runner Uppers" of the forums)