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Fold Up, Stand UpT, Motorsports Trailers OPERATIONS MANUAL

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Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 04-12-2010

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1. Your vehicle must have an approved ball hitch to carry the maximum approved weight for your loaded trailer. (Pg. 4 ) 2. For the Single, Dual and 3Rail/Combo Stand UpTMtransports, the top of the all hitch must rise to approximately 21″ above the ground with the vehicle loaded (Pg. 4 ). For the ATV / Utility transport, correct ball height is approximately 15″ from the ground. For all trailers, the critical factor is that the trailer bed must be level in tow. 3. Use a Class 2 or greater trailer hitch (Pg. 4 ). 4. Repack wheel bearings after the first 1,000 miles and every 2,000 miles thereafter. You do not need to remove the hub to re-grease using the easy access Zerk Fitting on each wheel. (Pg. 3 ). 5. You can carry either one or two motorcycles on a Dual Big Bike Kendon Stand UpTM Transport. The trailer suspension is designed to ride especially well even if you are carrying only one bike on either the left or right rail (Pg. 3 ). 6. Tie-Downs – use only Kendon locking ratchet tie-down straps (Pg. 6 ) 7. Front Tie-DownProcedure. Use two ratchet tie-down straps on the front forks, compressing suspension to 75% of travel (See Pg. 7 & Tie- Down diagram). Do not overtighten straps. Correct tie-down pressure will leave a small amount of room for compression in the motorcycle suspension and will ensure that the front-end of the motorcycle will not bounce up and down as the trailer goes over bumps during transport. 8. Rear Tie-DownProcedure. Use two ratchet tie-down straps on the rear of the motorcycle connecting the frame of the motorcycle to the tie- down point in front of the hinge on the bed of the trailer (Pg. 7 ) 9. Walk the motorcycle onto the trailer – do NOT ride up (Pg. 7 )

HONDA TRX 450R Nerf Bar INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS

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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 23-12-2011

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Parts List: Quantity Part 1 Nerf Bar Left 1 Nerf Bar Right 2 Hex Head Bolt, M10 x 70mm 2 Flat Washer, M10 2 Hex Head Bolt, M6 x 16mm 2 Flat Washer, M6 4 Net Clips 1 Net Set 2 Footpeg Washer 2. Preparation: a) Set/Lock rear parking brake on bike, turn gas petcock to ‘Off’ position and stand bike upright so that it is sitting on the rear grab bar. Make sure vehicle is secure and will not fall over while installing your new Nerf Bars. 3. Installation: a) Install Hardware & Web Strap per photo’s: NOTE: Loosely install all hardware and tighten when complete. Torque M10 Bolts @ 30 ft. lbs. Torque M6 Bolts @ 8 ft. lbs. REMOVE & REUSE OEM BOLTS TO ATTACH FOOT PEG. ATTACH FOOT PEG TO NERF SUPPORT USING M6 X 16MM HEAD BOLT AND WASHER. ATTACH NET CLIPS NOTE: FIRST SLIDE LEFT NERF WELDED TUBE INTO RIGHT NERF TUBE THEN, LOOSELY ATTACH FRONT NERF BARS TO THE A-ARMS USING OEM NUTS AND SUPPLIED M10 X 70MM BOLTS AND WASHERS

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2010 Toyota Motorsports/ TRD USA Contingency Award Program

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

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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

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Motorcycle Navigator ZUMO Z500/550 Owner's Manual

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Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 16-11-2010

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GETTING STARTED Looking at Your zūmo A. Power button B. Zoom in, raise volume, or increase brightness. C. Zoom out, lower volume, or decrease brightness. D. Page button—scroll through the Map, Trip Information, Media Player, and Phone Menu pages. Press and hold to adjust brightness. E. Speak button—press to adjust volume level. Press and hold to announce voice directions. SD card slot Mini-USB port for AC adapter, USB Mass Storage mode, and updating software A B C D E MCX connector under weather cap (see page 55 ) Battery pack (see page 54 )
2 zūmo 500/550 Owner’s Manual GETTING STARTED zūmo Tips and Shortcuts • Touch and hold to quickly return to the Menu page. • Press to return to the Map page. • Touch and to see more choices. • Touch to adjust settings such as volume, brightness, language, and keyboard. Adjusting the Volume Press , and then use and to adjust the volume. For advanced volume settings, touch > Volume . Adjusting the Brightness Press and hold , and then use and to adjust the brightness. See page 44 for additional display settings. Quick Links • Finding an address: page 11 • Viewing the Map page: page 20 • Using hands-free mobile phone features: page 23 • Using the Garmin Lock™ anti- theft feature: page 10 • Listening to MP3 files: page 37 • Transferring files to your zūmo: pages 34-36 • zūmo audio options, see page 46 • Cleaning and storing your zūmo: page 55 • Mounting the zūmo in your automobile: page 47 Fill out the Product Documentation Survey. Go to www.garmin.com/ contactUs , and click Product Documentation Survey .

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Stinger Folding Motorcycle Trailer Review And Specifications

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Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 29-01-2011

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trailer with which to haul your machine(s). The steady stream of four-wheelers trailering two- wheelers to Daytona Bike Week proves that, for a considerable number of us, Mother Nature’s elements are sometimes best enjoyed upon reaching our destination, rather than experienced while traveling toward it. Travel aside, motorcycle trailers are handy, even indispensable, for getting asickly motorcycle to the shop, or to avoid committing the better part of a day waiting while the dealer installs new tires and brake pads. Finally, we find atrailer is preferable to a pickup truck for motorcycle transport, especially when singlehandedly loading/unloading. The problem for many of us is where do we find the space to park this little- used device? No matter if it’s a flatbe Rod Haskins, owner of metal bender Maintenance &Fab in Richmond, California, isn’t a rider himself, but his research indicated a market existed for a sturdily built, full-sized motorcycle trailer that folded compactly when not in use. Learning of a dormant but clever design developed by an agricultural trailer company, Haskins struck a deal, made several improvements and the Stinger Trailer was born. Werecently spent some time with a Stinger and found it to be a clever product. The Stinger arrived folded and secured to a wooden pallet. Assembly was simple, and within 20 minutes we had the 180- pound trailer ready to tow. The trailer is not towable in the folded position—that’s for storage only. Aone-car garage, home to our full-sized Chevrolet, couldn’tnormally house a motorcycle trailer, too. But the folded Stinger squeezed in nicely

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TOYOTA L, 2L ENGINE REPAIR MANUAL FOR 2L-T ENGINE DESTINATIONS

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 09-06-2011

Downloadnot stop the engine immediately after high-speed or uphill driving or ulling trailers. Keep the engine running at idle for 20 — 120 seconds depending on the driving condition. • Avoid sudden racing or cceleration immediately after staring a cold engine. • If the urbocharger is defective and must be re- placed, first check for the ause of the defect in reference to the following items and replace arts if necessary: Engine oil level and quality Conditions under which the turbocharger was used Oil lines leading to the turbocharger • Use caution when removing and reinstalling the tur- bocharger assembly. Do not drop it or bang it against anything, and never grasp it by easily- eformed parts such as the actuator or rod when moving ¡1, • Before removing the turbocharger, plug the intake and exhaust ports and oil inlet to prevent entry of dirt or other foreign material. • If eplacing the turbocharger, check for accumula- tion of sludge particles in the oil pipes and, if necessary, replace the oil pipes. • Completely r emove the gaskets adhered to the lubrication oil pipe flange and turbocharger oil flange. • If replacing bolts or nuts, do so only with the specified new ones to guard against breakage or deformation. • If replacing the turbocharger, put in 20 cc (1.2 cu in.) of oil in the oil inlet of the new one and turn the impeller by hand to spread oil to the bearing

2010 HONDA VT1300CX Specifications/ Press Information

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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 18-02-2011

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Specifications General Model VT1300CX Mold Type ED-type Engine Type Liquid-cooled SOHC 52° V-twin Displacement 1,312cm³ Bore x Stroke 89.5 x 104.3mm Compression Ratio 9.2 : 1 Max. Power Output 42.5kW / 4,250min-1 (95/1/EC) Max. Torque 107Nm / 2,250min-1 (95/1/EC) Idling Speed 900min-1 Oil Capacity 4.3 litres Fuel System Carburation PGM-FI with automatic enricher circuit Throttle Bore 38mm Aircleaner Viscous, cartridge-type mesh net filter Fuel Tank Capacity 12.8 litres Electrical System Ignition System Digital with 3-dimensional mapping, 2 sparks per cylinder Ignition Timing 8° BTDC (idle) ~ 57.7° BTDC (5,250min-1) Sparkplug Type DCPR6E (NGK); XU20EPR-U (DENSO) Starter Electric Battery Capacity 12V / 11.2AH ACG Output 381W Headlights 12V, 55W x 1 (low) / 60W x 1 (high) Drivetrain Clutch Wet, multiplate with coil spring Transmission 5-speed Primary Reduction 1.758 Gear Ratios 1 1.900 2 1.231 3 0.912 4 0.757 5 0.676 Final Reduction 2.661 Final Drive Shaft Frame Type Double-cradle; steel Chassis Dimensions (LxWxH) 2,575 x 900 x 1,150mm Wheelbase 1,805mm Caster Angle 32° Trail 90mm Turning Radius 4.1m Seat Height 678mm Ground Clearance 126mm Kerb Weight 303kg (F: 128kg; R: 175kg), *309kg (F: 131kg; R: 178kg) Max. Carrying Capacity 160kg Loaded Weight 463kg , *469kg Suspension Type Front 45mm telescopic fork with 130mm stroke and 102.4mm axle travel Rear Monoshock with adjustable rebound damping and 35-position spring preload adjustability, 95mm axle travel Wheels Type Front9-spoke cast aluminium Rear7-spoke cast aluminium Rim Size Front21M/C x MT2.15 Rear18M/C x MT6.25 Tyre Size Front90/90 R21M/C () Rear200/50 R18M/C () Tyre Pressure Front 225kPa Rear280kPa (with passenger: 280kPa) Brakes Type Front 336mm single disc with twin-piston caliper (*Combined 3-piston calliper and ABS) Rear 296mm disc with single-piston caliper (*Combined twin piston and ABS) * C-ABS version

Bridgestone 350 SPECIFICATION AND SERVICE MANUAL

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Filed Under (Bridgestone) by admin on 03-12-2010

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Engine ( 1 ) Type : ( 2 ) Piston Displacement : ( 3 ) Bore & Stroke : ( 4 ) Compression Ratio : ( 5 ) Max. Brake Horse Power ( 6 ) Max. Torque : ( 7 ) Air Intake System : ( 8 ) Starting System : ( 9 ) Charging System : (10) Ignition System: (11) Ignition Timing: (12) Spark Plug: (13) Carburetor: (14) Engine Lubrication: (15) Fuel: (16) Transmission Oil: Performance ( 1 ) Max. Speed : ( 2 ) Climbing Ability : ( 3 ) Fuel Consumption : ( 4 ) Min. Turning Radius : ( 5 ) Acceleration : (Standing Start 1/4 mile) (Zero to 60 mph) : ( 6 ) Braking Distance : Frame and Suspension (1) Frame: (2) Front Suspension: (3) Rear Suspension: 2-stroke, Dual Cylinders 344.9cc (21.5 cu-inches) 61 mm × 59 mm (2.40 × 2.32 inches) 9.31:1 40 HP/7500 rpm 4.0 kg-m/7000 rpm Rotary disc valve Kick Starter A. C. Generator Contact breaker gap : 0.3 – 0.4 mm (0.012 – 0.016 inches) Battery (25+1-2) degrees before T.D.C. N.G.K. B-8H, Electrode gap : 0.6 mm (0.024 inches) Type AMAL VM 26 SC Venturi: 26 mm Main Jet No.: 130 Throttle Valve Cut Away: 2.0 Air Jet : 2.0 Adjustment of Needle Jet : 0.6 Pilot Jet: 22.5Pilot Air Screw Position: 2 turns out Needle Position: 3 2 cycle oil Regular Gasoline 1.5 liter (2/5 US gal.) in transmission case SAE No. 10W/30 in all seasons or SAE No. 30 in summer and SAE No. 20 in winter 100-110 mph 1 in 2 94 mpg/25 mph (40 km/litre at 40 km/h) 2.25 m (7.38 feet) 13.7 sec 5.2 sec (Less than 12m at 50 km/h) 39 feet, at 30 mph Pipe Frame, Cradle Type Telescopic Fork with Hydraulic Damper Swinging Arm with Hydraulic Damper
Technical Data 2 Transmission ( 1 ) Clutch : ( 2 ) Transmission : ( 3 ) Gear Ratio : Dimensions and Weight ( 1 ) Overall Length : ( 2 ) Overall Width : ( 3 ) Overall Height: ( 4 ) Saddle Height : ( 5 ) Wheelbase: ( 6 ) Road Clearance : ( 7 ) Tire Size (Front) : (Rear): ( 8 ) Tire Pressure (Front) : (Rear): ( 9 ) Caster : (10) Trail: (11) Banking Angle: (12) Net Weight: (13) Fuel Tank Capacity: (14) Oil Tank Capacity : Electrical Equipment ( 1 ) Head Light : ( 2 ) Tail Light : ( 3 ) Stop Light : ( 4 ) Speedometer Lamp : ( 5 ) Tachometer Lamp : ( 6 ) Neutral Indicator Lamp : ( 7 ) 5th Gear Indicator Lamp : ( 8 ) Headlight High Beam Lamp : ( 9 ) Battery : Manual, Multiple discs, Dry type Constant mesh 6-speeds Primary (Helical Gear) 1:3.095 Gear Box: 1st 1:2.46 2nd 1:1.647 3rd 1:1.25 4th 1:1.00 5th 1:0.852 6th 1:0.759 Secondary (Chain) : 1:2.40 Total Gear Ratio : 1st 1:18.27 2nd 1:12.23 3rd 1:9.29 4th 1:7.43 5th 1:6.33 6th 1:5.64 2,110 mm (83.1 inches) 825mm (32.5 inches) 1,115 mm (43.9 inches) 810mm (31.9 inches) 1,375 mm (54.1 inches) 145 mm (5.7 inches) 3.25-19 4 ply 3.25-19 4 ply 2.0kg/cm2 (28-30 lbs/in2) 2.2 kg/cm2 (30-32 lbs/in2 ) 63° 105 mm (4.15 inches) 46° 165 kg (363 lbs) 15 litre (3-4/5 US gal.) Including 3.2 litre (4/5 US gal.) reserve 2.5 litre (3/5 US gal.) 12V-35/30W 12V-7W 12V-23W 12V-3W 12V-3W 12V-3W

AJS NAC12 Specifications

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Filed Under (AJS) by admin on 12-11-2010

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Engine type ………………….. 4 stroke, twin cylinder, liquid cooled Cylinder capacity …………… 124cc Bore x stroke ………………… 44mm x 40mm (x2) Starting method ……………. Electric Transmission ………………… 5 speed gearbox, Chain drive. Clutch ………………………….. Wet, Multi-plate Ignition ……………………….. Coil CDI Battery ………………………… 12v Tyres F <> R ………………… Tubeless 90/90 – 18 <> 130/90 – 15 Suspension F / R …………… Tele’ forks / twin rear shocks Brakes F / R …………………. Twin disc / disc Fuel tank capacity …………. 18 litres Seat height …………………… 77cm (30.5″) Wheel base …………………… 151cm Max power net (approx) …. 8.5kw @ 10’500 rev/min Dry weight …………………… 153kg Max load ………………………. 150kg Noise Level (drive by) …….. 77db(A)

ELECTRIC SCOOTER Assembly and User's Manual

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Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 26-11-2010

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l Output: 250W l Voltage: 24V DC l Rated current: 14.0A l Non-loading rotate speed: 3350±5% l Rated rotate speed: 2500 RPM l Rated torsion: 0.90 Battery l 12V 12Ah/5hr x (2) Qty l Sealed lead acid FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS Performance l Maximum speed: 11 MPH l Range: Nine (9) miles l Incline rating: 40 l Net Weight: 45 lbs. l Maximum load cap.: 178 lbs. Tires l Tire Size: 2 1/4″ x 12 1/2″ l Tire Pressure: 45-50 PSI Key Ignition Headlight Turn Signals Turn Signals Brake Light Mag Wheels Footrests Working Gauges Quick Connect Charging 3
4 l One (1) SCOOT – N – GO™ l User/assembly manual l Tool kit containing 2 open ended wrenches, combination Phillips/Flathead head screwdriver l Spare fuses (30 Amp x 3 qty) l 24V Battery charger . Remove scooter from carton and all protective materials from the unit. 2. Use tool kit provided for installation FRONT WHEEL INSTALLATION: 1. Place wheel (D) in the center of the forks 2. Insert one (1) spacer (C) between wheel (D) and fork 3. Carefully insert axle (E) through fork, spacer (C), and wheel (D) 4.Insert one (1) spacer (C) on opposite side between fork and wheel (D) 5. Continue to insert axle (E) through fork on opposite side 6. Place washers (B) and nuts (A) on both ends of axle and tighten with open ended wrench provided in the tool kit. 7. Check nuts are tight and wheel moves freely Parts Needed A Nut Qty- 2 Lockwasher Qty- 2 B Spacer/ Bearing-holder Qty- 2 C D Front Wheel Qty- 1 E Axle Qty- 1 *Photos are not to scale Spacer Spacer Axle Washer Washer Nut Nut
10 ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS HANDLEBARS INSTALLATION: 1. Insert handlebar post through tightening clamp 2. Insert the top of the fork base into bottom of handlebar post. 3. Line up handlebars and front wheel 4. Slide tightening clamp down to open end of fork base 5. Insert bolt and hand tightening nut into clamp and tighten. 6. Be sure that handlebars and wheel move at the same time