ROAD TECH ZUMO 660 GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (GPS) FAIRING MOUNTING KIT INSTALLATION

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1. Refer to the service manual and follow the instructions given to remove the main fuse. 2. Remove the outer fairing and windshield. Refer to the service manual. is05900 Figure 1. Road Tech Zumo Drilling Template Placement 3. See Figure 1. Obtain the drilling template from the kit. 4. Position the template on the back side of the inner fairing, in the upper left corner above the fuel gauge, aligning the template to the top of the inner fairing and the plastic rib as shown. 5. Drill a 5/16 inch (8 mm) diameter hole through the inner fairing per the template. 6. See Figure 4. Position the gasket (2) and GPS mount (1) onto the face of the inner fairing, aligning the upper hole in the mount with the hole drilled in the previous step. 7. Temporarily install one of the screws (4) through the upper hole to help align the GPS mount. 8. See Figure 2. Mark the location of the lower mounting hole on the face of the inner fairing, using the GPS mount and gasket as a template. Mark the location of the wire routing hole using the guide hole (3) in the gasket as a template. 9. Remove the screw, GPS mount and gasket from the inner fairing. 10. Drill a 5/16 inch (8 mm) diameter hole through the inner fairing in the lower mounting location. Drill an 11/16 (17 mm) diameter hole through the inner fairing in the wire routing location. 1 2 3 is06149 1. Gasket 2. Wire routing guide hole and ribs 3. Guide hole Figure 2. Remove Gasket Ribs and Guide Hole 11. See Figure 2. Remove the wire routing guide hole and four ribs (2) from the gasket (1). 12. See Figure 4. Install the GPS mount and gasket to the inner fairing with screws (4) flat washers (5) and locknuts (6). Tighten to 50-60 in-lbs (5.6-6.8 Nm) 13. Obtain cradle with harness from GPS system kit. NOTE The fuse holder on the harness must be opened to fit through the hole. 14. Insert harness through the 11/16 inch (17 mm) diameter hole drilled earlier. 15. Insert the split grommet into the 11/16 inch (17 mm) diameter hole around the harness. Installing the Cradle 1. See Figure 4. Install four bushings (H) from the GPS system kit and insert them into the back of the cradle mounting holes. 2. Position the cradle to the GPS mount. Direct the harness out through the slot (G) of the mount. 3. Insert a button head screw (3) through one of the holes in the cradle and into the corresponding hole in the GPS mount, but do not fully tighten

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Fairing bodywork in glass-reinforced plastic Cruciata Racing

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The fairing bodywork that they have I use in contest is made in sturdy and flexible glass-reinforced plastic. The fairing bodywork in glass-reinforced plastic they succeed to replace the fairing bodywork originates them nearly perfectly, thanks to the predisposition holes. The greater part of the fairing bodywork in glass- reinforced plastic in production has the points of attachment with the moto reinforces to you in carbon on every attack with the chassis of the moto. Between the types of fairing bodywork and as point of reference between the fairing bodywork is as an example fairing bodywork it Cruciata Racing, worked always handicraft with passion for it gets passionate to it to you, which has enjoyed in particular way of the progresses and the evolution of the materials and the members. fairing bodywork the Cruciata Racing is constructed entire in woven of glass with reinforces in carbon in correspondence of the attacks to the motor and between the parts in glass-reinforced plastic. In the line racing standards are included plexiglass of height (to pierce), neoprene sponge cm 1,5 (supplied already sagomata). It fairing bodywork Cruciata Racing is which between the types of fairing bodywork is distinguished for its use, that is, this fairing bodywork is born and it is developed in order to answer carefully and to satisfy the requirements of the pilots. Fairing bodywork the Cruciata Racing in glass-reinforced plastic obviously is demanded for that it regards the sport within and the contests in track, because they are the only ones like characteristic to resist to the sollicitations impegnative thanks to theirs reinforces inner. Moreover to being resistant, these fairing bodywork offer to an optimal elasticity and lightness. Fairing bodywork the Cruciata Racing of sure the fairing bodywork better is produced with the best materials on the market. The fairing bodywork in glass-reinforced plastic they can be acquired crude, or can be painted and prepared in in professional way, applying all the processes of preparation that guarantee a final result of elevated quality, is from the aesthetic point of view, the point of view of the duration and from the point of view of I use it of the fairing bodywork.

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Laminar LaMini Fairing Mounting Instructions

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Mounting Instructions for the Laminar LaMini Fairing The Laminar LaMini Fairing is designed to mount onto motorcycles having up to 7 inch round headlights and traditional instruments. It is attached to the motorcycle with four clamps, two on each fork tube between the triple clamps. If you plan to paint the fairing be sure to fit it first. Make sure that the front turn signals do not obstruct installation of the
LaMini Fairing. If the turn signals are located between the triple clamps relocating or replacing the turn signals may be desired. When fitting the fairing the greatest potential for damage to your motorcycle lies with the clamps or the back ends of the fairing touching the gas tank when the steering is turned to lock. Monitor this possibility each time the handlebars are turned until installation is completed, padding the front of the tank with some towels is a good idea. Let’s get started 1) Attach the shield to the rear side of the fairing with rubber washers between them, using nylon fasteners. Wrap two clamp gaskets around each fork tube. Unscrew the clamps and slip two of each around each fork leg. The worm screws should be at rear of the fork tube. Slip a clamp gasket between each clamp and fork and finger tighten the clamps. The ž”x ū ” bolts should be sticking straight out to the sides. Center the clamps spaced 3 inches apart between the triple clamps. Carefully turn the handlebars to lock in each direction to assure that the clamps do not touch any other parts of the motorcycle. If the clamp worm gears interfere the clamps may be reversed with the worms at the front side of the forks but this makes tightening or adjusting them with the fairing mounted very difficult. 2) Test fit the fairing (shown upside down in the top photo) over the headlight and in front of the instruments. Try to leave a spacing of ž inch everywhere. If required the fairing may be trimmed to match the gap to the headlight. Do the sides of the fairing cover the ž”x ū ” bolts so that
holes to be drilled through the fairing will securely receive the bolts? Looking from the side of the fairing and with the fairing located with the center above the headlight move the rear of the fairing up and down to determine the best fit to the motorcycles lines. When

POWER SHIFT Installation and instruction manual

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1. Shorten the shift lever rod of 34mm. and make a new thread with a M6 tap, the sensor must be installed on the engine side, (see picture). 2. Screw up the sensor between the ball joint and the rod (use the provided M6 joint if necessary). You can also make a male thread on the rod with a M6 die. IMPORTANT: when the ball joint and rod are screwed up, keep the no. 10 spanner on the side of the sensor which is being locked, so that the sensor itself is not subjected to torque which might damage it irreparably. The sensor must therefore never be between the two spanners. 3. Position the Control Unit under or near the seat. 4. Connect the sensor to the fitting 4 PIN connector placed on the Power Shift Control Unit. 5. Find the common cable of the Coils on the bike harness. 6. Split the common cable of the Coils and connect it in series to the Power Shift Control Unit (see the drawing). On many motorcycles (ex. Ducati 749-999 etc.) it’s possible to wire in the same way directly to the stand switch or to the engine run switch, some tuners prefer the conection to the common wire of the injectors. 7. Connect to ground the Black “GND” wire through the proper ring. 8. Connect the Red “+12V” wire to a positive of the harness (if possible with the key switched but not timed so that it is possible to make regulations with the engine off), a positive which is usually available is the rear brake light sensor power supply.

WILD THINGS FUEL INJECTION CONTROLLER INSTALLATION MANUAL

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STEP 1 Determine a location for the Wild Things Module. Once the Wild Things Module location has been established, layout and cut the wires to length. STEP 2 Locate the switch power lead. We try most often to use the tail light switch power. If you locate the tail light connector we give you the color of the power wire within that connector. (Check the base settings page). Our information covers the most common application. STEP 3 The black wire from the Module is the ground. Again you have flexibility. You might choose the negative side of the battery. Or a common grounding lug, which your stock wire harness is using. Use the ring terminal for the ground, supplied in the kit. You may cut a section out of the ring out, allowing you to slip the terminal under the bolt. STEP 4 Locate the ECU. In the ECU harness, locate the injector wires and attach T-taps to these leads as shown in the illustrations on the suggested settings page. Connect the blue and gray leads from the TFI to these T-taps using insulators and spades as before, also, it does not matter which of the blue or gray leads attach to the injector leads. -cont.- BY DOBECK PERFORMANCE FITS: HONDA—’02-UP VTX1800; KAWASAKI—’99-UP VN1500/VN1600/VN 2000 (ALL EFI MODELS); SUZUKI—’04-UP 1600 MARAUDER/BOULEVARD M95; VICTORY—’98-UP ALL MODELS; YAMAHA—’02-UP ROAD STAR WARRIOR 9218-13MC-1005 WILD THINGS FUEL INJECTION CONTROLLER 9218 INSTALLATION STEP 5 Turn the key on and check for a flashing green LED. If yes, go to STEP 6. If you have no flashing green LED, re-check power and ground wiring. STEP 6 Start the bike. This unit is programmed to not add fuel at idle, this will cause all the LED’s to flash at idle, this is normal. If just the green or red LED’s continue flashing after startup, an injector wiring error is indicated. If the green LED is flashing re-check the blue wire from the TFI is connected to the proper wire of your bikes stock harness. If the red LED is flashing re-check the gray wire from the TFI is connected to the proper wire of your bikes stock harness. Make sure you have the correct wires selected in the stock harness.

Carbureted vs. Fuel Injected Systems

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fuel injection (FI) systems have been around since the 1950′s and became widely used in cars during the 80′s. By the 1990′s all cars sold in the United States were equipped with FI systems, and though motorcycle manufacturers have included FI systems with some models as early as 1982, it isn’t until recently that the industry has seen wide spread use of FI. Since a lot of people come into my shop with questions about FI, I thought I would point out some of the differences between FI and carbureted systems as well as the benefits and disadvantages of both. A carbureted system is a mechanical system using air pressure to control the flow of fuel through the system. There are three basic parts in a carburetor, the throttle valve, the venturi and the float bowl. The throttle valve controls the amount of air that flows into the throat of the carburetor also known as the venturi which is simply a tapered hole through the carburetor body. As the venturi narrows, air moving through it is forced to speed up creating low pressure inside the carburetor. In a siphoning effect as the air tries to equalize the pressure, fuel is drawn in from the float bowl mixing with the air before entering the engine. The wider open the throttle valve, the more air will flow, drawing more fuel. A number of circuits are built into the carburetor in order to control the amount of air/fuel being drawn into the engine. In this context a circuit refers to a fuel passageway as opposed to an electrical circuit. In fact, nothing electrical controls fuel delivery in a carbureted system, it is all based on fluid flow, vacuum and hydraulics. The different circuits represent various throttle positions such as idle, partially open and fully open, and each of these circuits can be tuned to modify the efficiency of fuel delivery to the system. Fuel injection (FI) systems, on the other hand, rely on an electronic fuel pump to deliver fuel. The fuel pump delivers fuel at around 50psi as opposed to carbureted systems at normal atmospheric pressure of about 15psi. When the fuel reaches the injectors, the higher pressure allows much finer atomization (creating mist) of the fuel. The injectors then spray the atomized fuel into the intake manifold in a uniform conical pattern. The uniform pattern and fine atomization of the fuel spray increase the efficiency in which it is burned

Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha GRIPS INSTALLATION

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1 (Fig. 1) 3 Apply glue to the throttle sleeve. Most of the glue should be applied to the end of the sleeve away from the throttle housing. 4 Slide the grip onto throttle sleeve with one strong push (Fig. 2). NOTE: Be sure not to get any glue into the space between the throttle sleeve and the throttle sleeve housing, as well as the space between the throttle sleeve and the handle bar. Wipe up any excess glue immediately. Allow 6 hours for glue to set before using . GRIPS Remove clutch side grip by carefully cutting it away from the handlebar with a sharp knife. 1 Apply glue to the bar. Most of the glue should be applied to the end of the bar away from the switch housing. 2 Slide the grip onto the bar with one strong push. Wipe away any excess glue immediately. Allow 6 hours for glue to set before using. (Fig. 3)

Suzuki DRZ 400E/ S/S M/ Kicker All years and Kawasaki KLX400 All Years CFC Offroad Clutch Cover Installation Instructions

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1. Wash engine sidecase to remove any dirt, grease, oil, etc. 2. Clean engine sidecase and the CFC case guard with quick drying solvent such as electrical contact cleaner or brake cleaner 3. Apply an even layer of Permatex 16B silicone adhesive* to the backside of the CFC guard. This can be a messy job and most find the best tool to spread it evenly is your finger. It is suggested that you use a rubber glove to avoid skin contact. Try to get complete coverage free of voids and about 1/16-1/8″ thick 4. Align sidecase Guard with the engine sidecase, keeping the logo horizontal (if the Guard has one). Gently press on the engine sidecase. Once you feel that it is aligned and positioned properly, press with enough evenly distributed pressure to get an equal squeeze out of Permatex all around the perimeter. Don’t worry if you end up with excess. Excess adhesive can be cleaned up with a rag and mineral spirits or brake/contact cleaner. Let dry overnight 5. A couple of strips of masking tape can be carefully applied to assure the guard doesn’t move

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