886 email contacts of organic chemicals manufacturers ltd tw mail

You search Auto repair manual PDF 886 email contacts of organic chemicals manufacturers ltd tw mail, if there are search results will appear below. If search results do not exist, please search by others keyword.





Harley Davidson BoonDocker Nitrous System Installation MANUAL

0

Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 01-03-2012

download
BoonDocker Liquid Nitrous – 1589 Hollipark Dr. Idaho Falls, ID 83401 – (208) 542-4411 web site: www. boon dockers. com – email: info@boon dockers. com Revised 02-27-04 Page 2 of 10 This manifold is also designed to vary the float bowl pressure in relation to nitrous pressure, thus keeping the nitrous and fuel delivery in sync. Fluctuations in bottle temperature greatly affect nitrous pressure, which affects nitrous delivery. By automatically adjusting the fuel delivery as nitrous pressure varies, this manifold makes nitrous safe, reliable, and easy to use. Be sure to understand and follow the tuning instructions at the end of these instructions. Proper tuning is an important part of any performance-enhancing product. Part I – Bottle Installation A. Bottle Valve Fittings Insert the 4AN x 1/8″ NPT fitting and the 1/8″ NPT Plug into the bottle valve (these are attached to the lid of the box for the bottle) . Use Teflon tape to seal the threads – be sure not to get tape inside the threads! B. Bottle Mounting Position With nitrous in the bottle, both nitrous liquid and nitrous gas are present under high pressure (760 psi at 70 deg F) . Due to gravity and acceleration forces, the liquid portion of the nitrous will be at the bottom and rearward parts of the bottle. For this nitrous system to work properly, it is important that nitrous liquid be drawn from the bottle. Nitrous vapor will cause a significant decrease in performance. For best results, the bottle should be mounted so the valve is pointed down and towards the back of the vehicle as shown below. ************** *************** ******** ********* *************** (can be installed on top or bottom of air boot) ********** ********* push-button switch (mounts on handlebar) +12 V *********** ************ **** ****** *! “**#$******%* *! “**#$*#*%* 20 deg to 90 Front of motorcycle Rear of motorcycle BoonDocker Liquid Nitrous – 1589 Hollipark Dr. Idaho Falls, ID 83401 – (208) 542-4411 web site: www. boon dockers. com – email: info@boon dockers. com Revised 02-27-04 Page 3 of 10 Bottle mounted inside airbox: For some applications, a small bottle can be mounted inside the airbox as shown. Note: because of the restricted space, it was necessary to mount this bottle at a non-optimal angle (the valve is pointed towards the front instead of the rear)

Incoming search terms:

DMCA

0

Filed Under () by admin on 23-05-2017

Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) Notice

We are in compliance with 17 U.S.C. $ 512 and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”). It is our policy to respond to any infringement notices and take appropriate actions under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act C’DMCA”) and other applicable intellectual property laws.

If your copyrighted material has been posted on our website or if hyperlinks to your copyrighted material are returned through our search engine and you want this material removed, you must provide a written communication that details the information listed in the following section. Please be aware that you will be liable for damages (including costs and attorneys’ fees) if you misrepresent information listed on our site that is infringing on your copyrights. We suggest that you first contact an attorney for legal assistance on this matter.

The following elements must be included in your copyright infringement claim:

1. Provide evidence of the authorized person to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.
2. Provide sufficient contact information so that we may contact you. You must also include a valid email address.
3. You must identify in sufficient detail the copyrighted work claimed to have been infringed and including at least one search term under which the material appears in our search results.
4. A statement that the complaining party has a good faith belief that use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.
5. A statement that the information in the notification is accurate, and under penalty of perjury, that the complaining party is authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.
6. Must be signed by the authorized person to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly being infringed.

Send the infringement notice via contact form with “DMCA Complaint” as your subject line otherwise we won’t be able to process your complaint.

Please allow up to a week for an email response. Note that emailing your complaint to other parties such as our Internet Service Provider will not expedite your request and may result in a delayed response due to the complaint not being filed properly.

Incoming search terms:

2010 Toyota Motorsports/ TRD USA Contingency Award Program

0

Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 29-09-2011

download
To enroll in the program, complete the registration form included in the enclosed material and mail, fax or e-mail it to TRD per the instructions at the bottom of the form. Contact personnel are listed on the attached 2010 Contingency Award Guidelines sheets. These people are available to assist you throughout the year. Parts Ordering: If you are planning to order Toyota parts during 2010 you must supply us with your Visa or Master Card credit card number at the time you register in the program. There is a line on the registration form for this number. See the attached Parts Ordering Guidelines for detailed information on how to order parts. TRD is looking forward to working with each of you, and we wish you a very successful year with your racing program

Incoming search terms:

Honda CG125 Owners Manual, and repair manual

0

Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 11-12-2011

download
The author of this manual has the conviction that the only way in which a meaningful and easy to follow text can be
written is first to do the work himself, under conditions similar to those found in the average household. As a result, the hands seen in the photographs are those of the author. Even the machines are not new: examples that have covered a consider- able mileage were selected so that the conditions encountered would be typical of those found by the average owner. Unless specially mentioned, and therefore considered essential, Honda service tools have not been used. There is
invariably some alternative means of slackening or removing some vital component when service tools are not available and
isk of damage has to be avoided at all costs. Each of the six Chapters is divided into numbered Sections. Within the Sections are numbered paragraphs. In consequence, cross reference throughout this manual is both straightforward
and logical. When a reference is made ‘See Section 5.12′ it means Section 5, paragraph 12 in the same Chapter. If another
Chapter were meant, the text would read ‘See Chapter 2, Section 5.12′. All photographs are captioned with a Section/paragraph number to which they refer and are always relevant to the Chapter text adjacent. Figure numbers (usually line illustrations) appear in numerical order, within a given Chapter. Fig. 1.1 therefore refers o the first figure in Chapter 1. Left-hand and right-hand descriptions of the machines and their component parts refer to the right and left of a given machine when the rider is seated normally. Motorcycle manufacturers continually make changes to specifications and recommendations, and these, when notified,mare incorporated into our manuals at the earliest opportunity.
We take great pride in the accuracy of information given in this manual, but motorcycle manufacturers make alterations and design changes during the production run of a particular n motorcycle of which they do not inform us. No liability can be ccepted by the authors or publishers for loss, damage or injury caused by any errors in, or omissions from, the information give

Incoming search terms:

Removal and Fitting of Tyres

0

Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 17-11-2010

download
General Advice Tyres are the only parts of the motorcycle which are in contact with the road. Safety in acceleration, braking, steering and cornering all depend on a relatively small area of road contact. It is therefore of paramount importance that tyres should be maintained in good condition at all times and that when the time comes to change them suitable replacements are fitted. The original tyres for a motorcycle are determined by joint consultation between the motorcycle and tyre manufacturers and take into account all aspects of operation. It is recommended that changes in tyre size or type (construction) should not be undertaken without seeking advice from the motorcycle or tyre manufacturers, as the effect on motorcycle handling, safety and clearances must be taken into account. The tyre industry has long recognised the consumer’s role in the regular care and maintenance of their tyres. The point at which a tyre is replaced is a decision for which the owner of

Incoming search terms:

Triumph SU CARBURETORS SERVICING AND TUNING

0

Filed Under (Triumph) by admin on 29-10-2010

download
Jets: These are made in various sizes ranging from.099 inches to.1875 inches, the larger sizes being used only for racing or very high performance engines. The two sizes most commonly found on production cars are the.090 inch and the.100 inch. The size of the jet will be found stamped on the jet head. The figure “nine”wilt indicate that it is the.090 inch and the figure “one”will indicate the.100 inch jet. When tuninga production car the jets size should be checked to make sure that it is of the size recommended by the manufacturers. Centering of Jet: If for any reason, the jet assembly has been removed, it will be ne cessary to recenter the jet. First, remove the clevis pin at the base of the jet which attaches the jet head to the jet operating lever. Withdraw the jet completely and remove the adjusting nut and spring, then replace the adjusting nut, without its spring, and screw it up toits highest position. Slide the Set into position until the jet head is against the base of the adjusting nut. When this has been done, find out if the piston is perfectly free by lifting it up with the finger and allowing it to drop. If the piston is not entirely free, slacken the jet screw and manipulate the lower part of the assembly, including the projecting part of the bottom half of the jet bearing, adjusting nut, and jet head. Make sure that this assembly is now slightly loose. The piston should then rise and fall quite freely as the needle is now able to move the jet into the required central position. The jet screw should now be tightened and a further check made to determine that the piston is still quite free. When complete freedom of the piston is achieved the jet adjusting nut should be removed, together with the jet, and the spring replaced. Experience has shown that a large percentage of carburetors, which have given trouble has been due to the incorrect centering of jets. Jet Needles— These are made in a great variety of sizes, probably now well over two hundred and fifty, and each type of engine hasaneedlethat has been selected, after very careful tests have been carried out, to give the best all-round performance. Most manufacturers actually give three alternative needles for each type and size of engine, these needles clearly being listed by the manufacturer “Standard”, “Rich”or”Weak”and before tuning is started the needle, which is marked on the shank should be checked against the manufacturer’srecommendation to make quite sure that the right needle is fitted; this is most important.

Incoming search terms:

Motorcycle Oil Technical Facts

0

Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 12-11-2010

download
We recommend looking at the oil manufacturer’s specification sheet and performing a comparison. If they won’t provide the data a very simple spectrographic analysis lab test can be performed that will provide the exact PPM (parts per million) concentration of zinc, phosphorus and other chemicals. That is the only way to get accurate information. There is no reason why a reputable oil manufacturers customer technical service department should not have that data readily available for the consumer and if they do not you should be highly suspect as to why not and go out and get the data yourself before started using their oil. Another issue with using automotive type oil in a motorcycle with a wet clutch is that many automotive oils have friction modifiers. Friction modifiers in automotive oils tend to provide increased frictional reduction and offset a portion of the fuel economy lost when the U.S. Government mandated a reformulated gasoline for emissions requirements. However these friction modifiers can be detrimental to proper wet clutch operation and can cause slippage and other potential performance issues such as “engine start failures, a rough running feel and increased fuel consumption due to higher engine stall speeds”.

CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF CHROME WHEELS

0

Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 16-02-2011

download
Chrome-plated wheels are attractive and can remarkably change the appearance of your trike by reflecting light to base areas of your vehicle. We have piece together the following material to help you get many years of enjoyment from your wheels plated with chrome. •When washing your trike, start first with the wheels. Wash them when they are cool, not after a long drive. Never spray cold water on hot or warm wheels, this can result in permanent damage to their appearance. •Chrome-plated wheels should be washed with a mild soap and water frequently. It is important to take note that absolutely no ammonia-based or acid cleaning solutions are to be used on the wheel or the tires. •Use a washing mitt or a soft sponge. Never use any type of brush, abrasive pad or steel wool as these will scratch the finish. Rinse thoroughly. Do not allow soap, chemicals or water to sit on the surface and produce water spots. Dry your wheel with a soft non-abrasive towel. •Be careful around automatic car washes, due to their use of bristle brushes or acidic preparations that are used to remove dirt and debris from wheels. •Periodically, polish wheels with quality non-abrasive chrome polish. After polishing and/or cleaning it is a good idea to wax the exposed areas to seal the surface. •When possible, chrome-plated wheels should not be used in areas where salt and chemicals are used in winter weather. If chrome wheels are driven in winter months they should be cleaned every week. Chrome sealant is highly suggested for use on wheels that are driven in winter or better yet, remove your chrome-plated wheels during this time. •If you live near salt water or beaches, take extra attention to wash more frequently to remove ocean salts. Any build up of brake dust along with residue from coastal climate can damage the finish. •Proper attention should also be paid to the backside of the wheels when washing. Keep your investment safe; clean your wheels on a regular basis

Incoming search terms:

Harley Davidson MC/ MIC HARNESS INSTALLATION MANUAL

0

Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 02-03-2012

download
Use the diagonal cutters and razor blade to cut any tie wraps or harness coverings away from the harness connected to C28. At least 3 ” of wire must be unsheathed. Use a 1/16″ wide blade flat screw driver to push the Ampseal connector wedge lock tabs away from the red wedge lock as shown in Photo 3. Pull the wedge lock up as shown in Photo 4. The wedge lock should never be removed from the housing for insertion or removal of the contacts. Photo 3 – Connector Disassembly Step 1 Photo 4- Connector Disassembly Step 2 Technique for removal of Ampseal contacts from the connector housing (refer to Photos 5 and 6): Grab the wire to be removed with needle nose pliers or hemostats. While rotating the wire back and forth over a half turn (1/4 turn in each direction), gently pull the wire until the contact is removed. Photo 5- Pin Removal, Step 1 Photo 6- Pin Removal, Step 2 End of Removal Technique
3 of 5 Document part number: 65298R2 Installing Kennedy Audio Interface Harness part #85582 Locate Kennedy harness part #85582 and 3 pieces of 1/8″ diameter x 2″ shrink-wrap. The sequence for installing the harness is: Locate and remove the appropriate contact from the Ampseal connector (refer to Figure 1, below). Place a piece of heat shrink over the corresponding mating pin on Kennedy harness #85582. Press the mating pin and the Ampseal connector contact together (See Photos 7 and 8)

HARLEY DAVIDSON TOURING FRONT LOWERING KIT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION MANUAL

0

Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 02-03-2011

download
REMOVAL 1. Place suitable blocking under frame to raise front wheel several inches off the floor. For best results, use a hydraulic center stand on a level surface. 2. Refer to the appropriate Service Manual and remove the front forks. 3. Move forks to bench area. Place suitable drain pan on floor beneath a vise. INSTALLATION Fork Disassembly 1. See Figure 6. Remove nuts (U), lockwashers (T), flat washers (S) and axle holder (R) from studs at end of fork slider. 2. See Figure 1. Obtain FORK TUBE HOLDER (HD-41177) and proceed as follows: a. Clamp end of tool in vise (1) in a horizontal position with plastic knobs facing toward you. b. With the fork cap bolt topside, clamp fork tube between rubber pads (2) on inboard side of tool. Tighten knobs (3) until fork tube is securely held. NOTE Refer to Figure 6 for Steps 3-17. 3. Remove fork cap bolt (A) from fork tube plug. Remove quad ring seal. Save bolt but discard quad ring seal. 4. Using wrench flat, slowly unthread fork tube plug (B) from fork tube (G). Be aware that fork tube plug is under spring pressure, so have a firm grasp on plug as the last thread is turned. 5. Remove fork spring (1) from fork tube. 6. Remove fork assembly from fork tube holder. 7. Turning fork upside down, drain fork oil into drain pan. For best results, slowly pump fork tube and slider at least 10 times. 8. Install fork spring back into fork tube. 9. Place a shop rag on the floor, and turning fork assembly upside down, press end of spring against rag. While compressing spring to prevent rotation of damper tube, remove screw and washer (Q) from end of fork slider. Use air impact wrench for best results. 10. Remove and discard fork spring. 11. Remove and save blow valve (E). 12. Remove damper tube (2). 13. Remove rebound spring (F) from damper tube. 14. Using pick tool, remove retaining clip (H) between fork slider and fork tube. 15. Remove fork tube (G) from fork slider. Slide fork tube gently in a slide hammer motion against the slider to remove the seals and bushing from slider. 16. Slide fork oil seal (I), slider spacer (J) and slider bushing (K) off end of fork tube (G). 17. Remove the lower stop (L). Fork Assembly NOTE Refer to Figure 6 for the following procedure. 1. Obtain new Damper Tube (2) from kit and install rebound spring (F) over the lower end. 2. With the wear ring topside, slide new damper tube into fork tube, so that tube end drops through hole at bottom of fork tube (G). Install lower stop (L) on the lower end of damper tube. 3. Install fork slider (O or N) in fork tube holder. Slide fork tube into fork slider. 4. If necessary, obtain new slider bushing (K) (45940-84, not included). Coat slider bushing ID with clean fork oil. Slide slider bushing (K) down fork tube. 5. Slide slider spacer (J) down fork tube until it contacts slider bushing. 6. Obtain new fork oil seal (I) (45875-84A, not included). Coat fork oil seal ID with clean fork oil. With the lip garter spring side facing down (toward the fork slider), slide oil seal down fork tube until it contacts slider spacer title_tag=

Incoming search terms: