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Suzuki DRZ 400E & Kawasaki KLX400E Dual Sport Kit Installation Manual

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Filed Under (Suzuki) by admin on 13-02-2012

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1. Remove the seat, side panels, and fuel tank. Kill switch connector Photo 1 2. Unplug and remove the stock headlight. 3. Unplug and remove the stock kill button. See Photo 1. 4. Unplug and remove the stock taillight. Using a utility knife, trim the taillight mounting tabs flush with the underside of the fender. 5. Taillight Installation: Attach the provided LED taillight to the under side of the rear fender using the provided countersunk mounting hardware as shown in Photo 2. Route the taillight wires forward to the area on top of the airbox along the right side of the fender. Secure the taillight wires to the taillight plastic with zip-ties so the tire cannot make contact. Photo 2 6. Rear Turn Signal Installation: Attach the rear turn signals to the flat portions on the sides of the LED taillight. Position them so they are out of the path of the exhaust. Route the wires forward securing with zip-ties. Route the right turn signal wires and the taillight wires around the front of the muffler mount and between the fender and the black plastic splashguard as shown in Photo 3. Route Right Turn Signal & Taillight wires here Photo 3 Page 3 of 10
7. Brake Light Switch Installation: This step requires bleeding the rear brake. If you do not feel comfortable performing this step please refer it to a qualified mechanic. Installation: Remove the guard that protects the rear master cylinder and reservoir. Temporarily remove the bolt that secures the brake reservoir to the frame. Remove the bolt that holds the banjo fitting to the top of the rear master cylinder. Replace this bolt with the provided hydraulic switch retaining the upper and lower crush washers as shown in Photo 4. Bleeding the Brakes: Do not begin this process without a fresh bottle of brake fluid. Remove the lid from the brake fluid reservoir. Put the box end of 8mm wrench over the brake bleed nipple and install the bleed hose (supplied) tightly over the nipple. Position the loop on the hose above the nipple as shown in Photo 5 with the other end of the hose in a container to catch the fluid. Crack the bleed nipple open about 1/8 to a quarter turn keeping the loop in the hose vertical. Slowly depress the brake pedal to fill the hose with fluid. Pump slowly until you have brake fluid extending up into the loop, then you can pump the pedal fairly aggressively to drive air out of the system – The fluid above the bleed nipple will prevent air from re-entering the system. DO NOT LET THE RESERVOIR GO DRY – ADD FLUID AS NEEDED. Pump the pedal until there are no more bubbles, and then close the nipple with the wrench. Double check that the pedal is firm and the brake works properly.

DUCATI 999R NITRO POWERED R/ C MOTORBIKE INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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Filed Under (Ducati) by admin on 11-11-2010

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FUEL SELECTION 1. Choose a fuel from a reputable, brand name company that is approved for car/truck use. Do not use airplane or boat fuels in your car/truck. Choose methanol based model engine glow fuel that has a nitro content in the range 10%-30% and 5% to 18% caster/synthetic oil content for lubrication. Lower nitro percentages will generally result in a cooler engine running temperature and therefore last longer before needing a rebuild; cooler-running engines also generally produce less power. 20% nitro is the most widely used fuel. 2. Fuel color is for identification purpose only and is not important to performance or durability of your engine. 3. Be careful. If the tank overflows it might get on your radio gear or on your brakes and it may create an unsafe driving situation. Always keep your fuel bottle closed when not in use. 4. Do not dispose of fuel or empty fuel containers in a fire. It may possibly cause fire or explosion. ENGINE 1. For proper engine break-in procedure, please refer to the manual of your engine. 2. Never run your vehicle without the air filter .If the vehicle will be operated in an area with fine dust, use filter oil or caster oil instead of fuel. It is important that the foam is only moist to trap dirt and allow air passage. With the foam too wet, limited air can pass through; therefore, limiting engine performance. 3. The parts around engine could be dangerously hot after operation. Do not touch it without any protection! RADIO OPERATION 1. When turning radio on, first turn on the transmitter and extend the transmitter antenna. 2. Then, turn on the receiver. When turning off, first turn the receiver off, then the transmitter off. FIRST AID 1. If you drink nitro fuel by accident, immediately drink large quantities of water and try to induce vomiting. Consult with physician right after then. 2. If the nitro fuel gets into your eyes, rinse them well with water. Consult with physician right after then. 3. If the fuel gets onto your skin, wash it well with soap and water. WARNING 1. Improper operations may cause personal and/or property damage. Thunder Tiger and its distributor have no control over damage resulting from shipping, improper construction, or improper usage. 2. Thunder Tiger assumes and accepts no responsibility for personal and/or property damages resulting from the use of improper building materials, equipment and operations. By the act of assembling or operating this product, the user accepts all resulting liability. If the buyer is not prepared to accept this liability, then he/she should return this kit in new, unassembled, and unused condition to the place of purchase.

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HARLEY DAVIDSON DIAMOND PLATE PASSENGER FOOTBOARD INSERT KIT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 17-03-2011

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Removing the Old Insert 1. If installed, remove the underside chrome footboard covers. 2. With the passenger footboard in the down position, slightly raise an outside “corner” of the stock rubber insert pad off the footboard with a flat-blade screwdriver. 3. From underneath the footboard, push the pad nipple through the hole with a second flat-blade screwdriver. 4. Carefully slide the first screwdriver under the pad to the other front “corner”. Repeat steps 2 and 3. 5. Pry up the inboard pad corners with the screwdriver and remove the old pad. Installing the New Insert 1. Center the two footboard pivot pins. 2. Moisten the rubber nipples, dowels and pivot pin holes on the new insert pad with soapy water to ease installation. 3. Place the insert pad into the footboard with the two extended rubber nipples over the holes. Firmly grasp the hinge side of the footboard and pad with both hands. Insert the dowels into the footboard. 4. Pull the extended nipple ends through the holes to properly seat them. Cut off the rubber “pull end” on the tip of each nipple. If so equipped, reattach the underside chrome footboard cover. Repeat all procedures for the other side. NOTE Avoid contacting chrome surfaces with abrasive materials (stones, sand, etc.) as damage will result

Motorcycle Trailer STANDARD FEATURES

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

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6′ Standard Interior Height 06 Aluminum Black & Silver (or Silver) Wheels 15″ Radial Tires 28″ V Nose 16″ Center Cross Members 16″ Center Roof Bows 16″ Center Wall Posts White Vinyl Ceiling 5.2mm White Vinyl Wall Liner (4) Heavy Duty D-Rings on 6′ Wides (8) Heavy Duty D-Rings on 7′ Wides 3/4″ Plywood Floor Motorcycle Transition Flap (1) Removable Chrome Wheel Chock – 6′ Wides (2) Removable Chrome Wheel Chocks – 7′ Wides LED Clearance and Tail Lights (2) 12 Volt Dome Lights 12 Volt Wall Switch Bright Aluminum 16″ Tall Down Both Side Walls Two Tone Exterior (No Bright Strip Between Colors) Bright Aluminum on Front V Nose Bright Aluminum Front Corners ATP Fenders .030 Smooth Aluminum (Glued Exterior) Aluminum Seamless Roof Light Duty Ramp Door Blank RV Style Door – 32″ x 64″ (6′ Wides) Blank RV Style Door – 36″ x 64″ (7′ Wides) Fold Down Jacks Spring Axles or Torsion Axles TSR Vents Brakes on 7′ Wide Models 24″ ATP Stone Guard 5 Year Limited Warranty

KEYLESS ENTRY UPGRADE SECURITY SYSTEM for 2004 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 26-09-2011

A. Locate the 3 small switch blanks left of the steering column, and the left most blank. B. Carefully drill a 5 / 16 ” diameter hole centered in the switch blank. C. Remove the knurled mounting nut from the back of the switch, pass the wires through the hole, then secure the switch with the knurled nut 2. Preparing the L.E.D. / Valet Switch : A. Locate the 4 pin Molex connector found in the hardware bag included in the kit. B. Carefully plug the terminals at the ends of the 4 wires from the switch into the connector housing as shown

Triumph Oil Filter Mount installation

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

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The Norton filter adapter is then bolted to the rear piece, oil hoses are added, an oil filter is screwed into place, and the assembly is offered to the bike. With the bike supported by straps up on a lift, it will be easy to loosely mount the front clamp section in place and slide the whole assembly up the frame tube. In order to miss the center stand, the filter will need to be as high as possible without the grease nipple striking the top of the adapter. As it ends up, there is “sweet spot” where both the nipple and the stand miss the oil filter by about an 1/8 inch. Tighten the mount down when you find that place. I found that the Norton filter adapter is best plumbed using 5/16 ID black neoprene fuel hose. The spigots on the adapter are 3/8 inch, but it is better to stretch the hose over these that to use easier fitting 3/8 ID hose and then try to shrink it onto the Triumph’s smaller metal oil lines. There will simply be fewer oil leaks using the smaller hose. Be sure that you plumb the filter into the oil line that returns engine oil back to the oil tank. The Triumph oil pump cannot be counted on to create enough vacuum to suction highly viscous motor oil through a very fine filter during cool temperatures. Trying to place the filter on the oil line feeding the engine will quickly result in massive engine damage. It is always better to have the oil pump pushing oil through the filter, and the only way to have RF Whatley, Suwanee, GA 5 Jan 2008 that is to use the return oil line. On all “unit-construction” Triumph engines, the rear-most oil port is the engine oil return. Other Notes • It is generally considered that adding an oil filter will at least quadruple the life of a British motorcycle engine. These motors, which were for the most part perfected in the 1950′s, were designed to run on the older non-detergent oils. In the original design, the oil tank was the oil filter since all particulate debris in the oil settled to the bottom of the oil tank as sediment. All modern engine oils are high-detergent and tend to inhibit the formation of sediment. Therefore most of the fine abrasive in the engine oil continues to circulate unless a filter is added.

BMW R 1200 RT-P Supplementary Instructions

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Filed Under (BMW) by admin on 26-10-2010

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Switch Layout – Left The left handlebar switch contains the standard operating controls for the police motor. The horn switch also operates the siren air horn when the ignition is turned “On”. A supplementary switch holder is standard, containing two switch blank plugs A & B. These locations are reserved for options such as Cruise Lights, Radio Rebroadcast, Radio Speaker “off” or other desired optional rocker switches. Siren Switch: The BMW/Code 3 siren is operated by one momentary push button switch, but only when the ignition is “on”. Pressing the button engages the siren into wail tone. Each subsequent press of the button advances to yelp, then hyper-yelp, then back to wail (California models only have wail and yelp). Press and hold to turn-off siren at any time. The siren has been programmed to accept a push of the button similar to clicking a computer mouse. This was done to avoid accidentally activating siren by nudging the button. A quick, clean press or “poke” of the button provides crisp activation. Switch Layout – Right The right handlebar switch contains the standard operating controls for the police motor including starter button. However, the additional switch functions are as follows: (A) Emergency Lights: This three-position switch controls the switching power to all emergency lights. Rocking the switch down to the middle position engages rear channel for the emergency lights (remember switch (C) must be down), rocking switch (A) down further engages front and rear channels – all emergency lights (adding front and side lights). With the switch in this position, rocking switch (C) up will cancel rear lights, but keep front and side lights operating. An LED indicator display can be seen through the back of the right front LED emergency light housing, showing whether the rear or front and rear emergency light channels are switched “on

1994-1998 HONDA RVF400RR Racing Kit INSTALLATION

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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 01-12-2011

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(1)Fuel High Octane white gasoline (2)Engine Oil Recommended Oil: HONDA Ultra-GP (for four-cycle Motorbike) SAE20W-50 or 10W-40
Full Capacity: 3.0Liter (5.28pt) Oil Exchange: 2.5Liter (4.4pt) Filter Exchange: 2.4Liter (4.224pt) (3)Spark Plug NGK R 847-10(11)(4)Cooling Water Highly recommend checking the water level on each ignition/riding. Ingredient: Tapped water or Drinking water I. Unscrew a radiator cap. Apply water up to limb of intake. II. Hold steering and heave the body two or three times to let air out. III.Add water if necessary. IV. Screw the cap tighten.V. Start Engine then check water level again. Add water if necessary. < Notes for racing condition> • Keep your attention when you re-check the water level since the water would spill out of intake. Also cover the body with wastes. • Drain cooling water in a catch-tank before riding. • Drain whole water in a radiator after riding. It avoids corrosion or clog of components. • It is admitted adding coolant in winter season. Handle carefully when you apply them. It makes the circuit slippery if it drops or spilled.

Installation manual for fork springs

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Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 30-11-2010

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1.) Motorcycle is securely jacked up on an assembly stand Jack up the bike at the front axis so that the fork is completely extended, not loaded and free to be moved. You might also hang up your bike using a cable or a hydraulic jack. 2. ) It is advisable to dismount the forks’ inner tubes because otherwise oil rests might remain in the lower part of the fork and the cartridge systems oil cannot be exchanged during drain off. Even degassing the fork is going to be much simpler this way. .) Take off brake callipers, front wheel and front fender Tip: 1. Check the owner’s repair manual of your motorbike for disassembly instruction. 2. Do not let the brake callipers dangle on the lines; rather fasten them with a cable tie or put them aside 4.) Measure the position of the fork inner tube inside the fork bridges Measure how far the fork bars jut out from the upper fork bridge then note down the exact amount in the text-box below. The protrude of the fork bars in mm Tip: Both bars should protrude exactly the same distance. 5.1) Loosen the clamping screws of the upper fork bridge 5.2) Release the fork caps for approximately one turn of the thread. 5.3) Loosen the clamping screws of the lower fork bridge. Tip: With some models, the clamping screws must be taken out completely.

2007 Kawasaki ZX6R Full System Installation

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Filed Under (Kawasaki) by admin on 05-11-2010

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1. Remove the faring lowers (save STD bolts for reuse) , side faring (save STD bolts for reuse) , seat faring (save front 2 STD bolts for reuse) and right silencer cover. 2. Detach the turn signal assy, (unplug the cable coupler of turn signal and brake light at the same time) 3. Remove the radiator under bracket and lightly unscrew the radiator mounting bolt. Move the radiator forward. This will make you to have enough room for detaching exhaust pipes and flange nuts. Then, take off the standard headpipes. Detach the cable of the exhaust device and l eave servomotor stayed in the motorbody. (save (3) STD bolt and nut and (8) flange nuts for reuse) 4. Assemble the enclosed head pipes 1,2,3 and 4 by matching the 4-2-1 joint. Do not install the exhaust springs at this time. Lightly attach the assembled head pipe sections to the exhaust ports. Make sure the ends of the head pipes fit snug in the ports. 5. Install the tail joint and tail pipe to the joints. Do not install the exhaust springs yet. Jiggle the whole assemble for better fitting. Lightly attach the tail pipe by standard bolt and nut saved in step 3, but do not tighten the bolt fully. (see Image 1) *Recommend to use new gasket to prevent from leaking the exhaust. *Lightly screw the (8) STD flange nuts saved in step 3. * Cylinder number is 1, 2, 3 and 4 from the left hand side with you on the motorbike. 6. Attach enclosed silencer stay A to the place where the standard silencer mounted by (2) STD bolts and nuts saved in step 3. Reinstall the seat faring and penetrate the (2) 5x45mm to the hole of a seat faring mounted. Fix the Silencer stay A by enclosed (2) M5 nuts and (2) aluminum collar using the thread of penetrated M5x45bolts. (see Image 2 and drawing 1) Image 2 7. Insert the TiForce silencer to the tail pipe. Put silencer band and band rubber to the assembled silencer stay A by enclosed (2) M8x20mm bolt and (2) M8 washer. (see drawing 1) 8. Attach the supplied springs to all the joints. Use a spring puller to prevent damage to the springs that could lead to future failure. Put the radiator back to the original position. 9. Attach the L and R license number stay to the silencer stay A. (see Image 3) (see drawing 1) 10. Reinstall the firings detached in step 1. Attach the right silencer cover to the frame by using enclosed faring stay and (1) M6x20mm. (see drawing 1) 11. Make sure the exhaust system is free and clear of the faring. If necessary, adjust for proper clearance.. Removed the fairings reinstalled in step 10. 12. Securely tighten all fasteners in this order (from exhaust pipe flange to silencer stay) Image 3 14. Attach the turn signal assy detached in step 2 to the license number stay. (Use (4) M6x15mm) (See Image 4) Plug the cable couplers.