Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Twin Cities, MN, USA
A word of caution- spokes cannot just be arbitrarily tightened until they "ting" like the other spokes. I come from the world of bicycle wheel spokes, and I'll admit to having very little experience with spoked motorcycle wheels. But spokes on any kind of wheel provide structure to the overall wheel by tension, and a change at any one spoke does affect the overall wheel system (bicycle wheels are very sensitive to spoke issues). Spokes are evenly spaced, laced in patterns, and tension needs to be fairly well equalized for optimum structural strength and to maintain true in the round wheel shape (equal radius from the axle to all points on the rim circumference) and without creating side-to-side run out.
I'm guessing Suzuki and/or the wheel manufacturer (if not Suz.) have some sort of spoke tension and nipple torque settings. Motorcycle wheel hubs and rims are a lot beefier than a bicycle's, and probably do a better job of masking spoke related problems, but those problems can still haunt you.
If finding a problem as shown here, I'd go so far to recommend a visit to a mechanic trained on servicing spoked motorcycle wheels. There is a lot of power, speed, and rotational mass at play and those spokes are doing a lot of work.
What does the factory service manual say about spoke servicing and settings?