Kawasaki ZX-14 Installation And Removal Manual

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Filed Under (Kawasaki) by admin on 29-04-2012

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1) Tools needed: 36mm socket / 32mm socket / 5mm Allen wrench / cordless drill / tap handle / hammer / razor blade. 2) The frame bracket serves as the drilling guide and we provide the transfer punch, tap, drill and step by step instructions for a relatively easy installation. However, do not attempt this installation unless you are skilled enough and confident that you can drill and tap (2) holes in your frame. We’ve also provided a picture of what it will look like should you decide to sell this bike later on, with your stabilizer removed. Follow these guidelines and you’ll find it’s quite easy. 3) Some photos may not be your exact bike but depict the idea of what needs to be done. 4) It is important to use Blue Loc-tite on all fasteners if you expect them to stay tight. 5) Cover the gas tank area with something substantial to protect the paint, in case of a slip. An old sweatshirt works well. It’s cheap insurance to actually just remove the tank shroud to avoid an accident. 6) Remove the stock 36mm nut AND washer , that holds the top triple clamp tight. Make a note of how tight it is. 7) Install the new “triple clamp damper mount” (TC mount) over the steering stem allowing it to match the exact shape of the triple clamp, with the “machined register” (lip) indexing over the back of the triple clamp. (See photo). 8) Install the new 32mm aluminum nut supplied in the kit (without any washer) with the Hex drive facing up and torque to 65ft. lbs. or more. (Check your manual for the recommended torque setting of this nut). 9) There is a slight amount of play in the “register” that fits over the back of the triple clamp to allow for variations in castings from the factory. If the TC mount tries to spin clockwise during tightening, which can misalign the stabilizer ever so slightly, you can slide something thin, like the edge of a razor blade, between the register and the back of the triple clamp to space it “just right” for alignment during tightening (see photo). Once it’s tight the razor blade will be stuck, so gently turn the 32mm socket as though you were going to loosen the nut but don’t actually loosen it. It will relieve enough pressure to allow the razor blade to come out. Double check your alignment again. 10) Remove the front tank mounting Allen bolt. Retain the stock washer that’s part of the rubber grommet. 11) Temporarily install the frame bracket and be sure the outer feet are touching or are very close to the frame. On rare occasions, the casting on the head tube prevents the feet from making contact. On these rare occasions you may have to slightly file the inner side of those feet until the bracket sits down flush. Not sure on this one? Call us. (note: 2007-on bikes have a larger casting area and early kits will not fit these late model bikes. All current kits now fit 2006-on)

Harley Davidson DRESSERS TUNED-FLOW SLIP-ON MUFFLERS INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 23-03-2012

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Installing the Tips: 1. Use a long 3/16″ ball drive Allen wrench to remove the two hidden retaining screws. 2. Rotate the tip to the desired position and relocate the retaining screws and lock washers inside the tip. 3. Apply a small amount of anti-seize compound to the threads and tighten to 8 ft./lbs. 4. Check the tip bolts after a brief test ride. Adjusting the Hooker Tuned-Flow® Muffler: 1. Loosen the socket head bolts located in the aluminum ring at the end of the muffler approximately 5 turns using a 3/16″ Allen wrench. Alternate back and forth between each bolt 1/2 turn at a time to keep from binding. 2. Using your fingers, pull the center barrel of the muffler approximately 1/8″ towards the back of the motorcycle and rotate to the desired setting. If warm, use a rag or gloves. 3. By rotating the exhaust barrel and aligning the notch in the barrel with the index marks in the aluminum ring, the power band can be adjusted. The “H” setting will bias the power towards High RPM Horsepower, while the “T” setting will provide more Low RPM Torque. The muffler is infinitely adjustable between these two settings

Yamaha V-Star 1100 Jetting the Carburetors INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Filed Under (Yamaha) by admin on 11-03-2012

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Remove air filter housing Remove the seat or seats Disconnect Fuel Lines (also the vapor line from tank to charcoal canister on California models) Disconnect instrument connectors from the fuel tank Remove fuel tank Remove air box Disconnect TPS and heater connectors Remove chrome carb cover Disconnect Fuel Lines Remove rubber carb elbows Disconnect throttle cables from carbs Remove the carbs Perform the jetting 1. Remove the Chrome air filter housing. To remove the chrome dog-dish (air filter housing) from the right side of the bike, you will need to remove the two mounting bolts and loosen the clamp that holds the air duct to the back of the housing. You will need a 5 mm Allen wrench and a #2 Philips screwdriver. 2. Remove the seats. This can be accomplished by using a 5 mm Allen wrench and removing the Allen head bolt from just behind the rear seat and the bolt just behind the front seat. Pulling up and back will free the seats. One smooth motion will do it. 3. Gain access to the dashboard plug and unplug it (It is white) Note: Your trip odometer will lose its count, please record the number if you wish to save your current mileage for this tank of gas. Figure A shows the three plastic rivets that need to be removed to gain access to the dashboard plug. Using your Philips head screwdriver, press the small circle in the middle of the rivets down… a click is felt. Remove the rivets by hand. You have freed the cover and you may lift it up to expose the electrical connector that needs to be unplugged. Figure B shows the plug

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BULLET & MINI-BULLET TACHOMETERS INSTALLATION MANUALS

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Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 22-02-2012

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UNDER THE HANDLEBAR MOUNTING A: Can the Tach be mounted inverted under the handlebars? A: Yes, if you have enough room to mount under the handlebars for the tach to mount and still be able to turn from lock to lock without hitting the tank or dash. See note in next paragraph for details on how to rotate the face of the Tach for appropriate positioning. BE AWARE: Chances of water intrusion are increased in this position! FACE ROTATION Q: How do I rotate the face of the Tach? A: With the Tach housing removed from the handlebar, unscrew the bezel (counterclockwise) and remove it from the housing, using a 5/32 Allen wrench loosen the the set-screw located inside the clamp area or at the rear of the clamp area. Rotate the face of the Tach to your preferred position, tighten the set screw and replace the bezel. COIL IDENTIFICATION Q: How can I tell positive from negative on my coil? A: Most motorcycles will have two wires going to each of the coils, and each coil will share one common-color wire and have one unique color wire. The common-color is the positive and the unique color is the negative. For example, a Yamaha set-up has a red/black on both coils – that is positive. The other coil wire would be orange or gray – that is the negative side. Hondas set-up is blue/yellow and yellow/blue for the negative, and black/white for the positive. Suzuki has orange/white on both coils as positive and has white or black/yellow as the negative side. COIL SELECION Q: My bike has two (or four) coils – Which one/ones do I use? A: Most multi-cylinder bikes have one coil per cylinder. You only need to connect to one of the coils – choose the one most convenient for wire routing. (Single-fire motorcycles require the Tach adapter we include with each assemble

1999 – 2003 1.25, 2.0, 2.5 and 2.9 Sherco Ignition Timing Removal And Installation Manual

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Filed Under (Sherco) by admin on 20-04-2011

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Remove the gear shift lever bolt by using a 5mm Allen wrench. Insert the wrench through the hole in the skid plate. Holding the gear shifter up in second gear makes it easier to align the wrench into the head of the bolt. Pull the gear shift lever as far as possible towards the chain. (The chain does not have to be removed in order to remove the ignition cover and flywheel) Remove the three ignition cover bolts by using a 4mm Allen wrench. Carefully remove the ignition cover-which requires a little twisting and some outward pressure on the gear shift lever. The shift lever may also have to be pressed down into the first gear position. Inspect the rubber ring gasket for cracks or cuts while the ignition cover is off. Replace if necessary. We recommended applying a ring of high grade silicone sealant to further improve the seal of the rubber ring gasket. Tap a chisel-mark across the flywheel retaining nut and the crankshaft by using a small, sharp chisel. This mark serves as a reference point for retightening the flywheel in its original position during reassembly.

HARLEY DAVIDSON CHROME BRAKE BLEEDER SCREW COVER INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 17-04-2011

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General This kit fits all 1984 and later model motorcycles. Installation 1. Place chrome cover over the bleeder fitting and rubber dust cap. The cutout in the cover should correspond with tab on the dust cap. 2. See Figures 1 and 2. Push the chrome cover down firmly, compressing the rubber cap so the cover meets the brake caliper. Tighten set screw with a 5/64″ allen wrench. Insure set screw is tightened up against a flat section on the bleeder screw head

HARLEY DAVIDSON VRSC ACCESSORY BACKREST PADS INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 26-03-2011

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INSTALLATION NOTE It is easiest to mount these backrest pads with the sissy bar upright kit already installed. 1. Install the sissy bar upright according to the instructions included with that kit. 2. Hold backrest pad against upright with pad facing forward. 3. See Figure 1. Align two pad mounting holes in sissy bar upright with two threaded inserts in backrest pad. 3 1 2 is00007 1. Backrest pad mounting holes 2. Screw (4) 3. Sissy bar Figure 1. Sissy Bar and Screws 4. See Figure 2. Begin threading each of the two button head cap screws. Threading these screws may be a little difficult at first since the screw must break through plastic sheeting inside the backrest pad to reach the threaded insert. It may be necessary to use a 4 mm hex wrench, while holding the backrest pad tight against the upright to get the screws started. 5. Using a 4 mm hex wrench (allen wrench), tighten each screw a little at a time, alternating side-to-side. This is done to ensure the vinyl stretches evenly in the recessed channel that the upright bar is drawn into. Continue alternating side-to-side until both screws are secure. 6. Tighten both screws to 50-60 in-lbs (5.6-6.8 Nm)

HARLEY DAVIDSON BASEPLATE KIT INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 09-03-2011

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51138-07 2007 VRSCAW, VRSCX, and VRSCDX 51220-07 2007 VRSCD 51120-07 Kit Contents See Figure 9 and Table 2. INSTALLATION 2 1 3 is02795 1. Seat tether 2. Hex nut 3. Seat post nut Figure 1. Remove Pillion 1. See Figure 1. Open rider’s seat and remove tether (1) from pillion base. 2. Remove and save seat post nut (3) and hex nut (2) from the pillion base for reinstallation. Lift pillion tabs off frame studs and push the pillion forward to release bottom of the pillion from pillion post on fender. Lift the pillion away from the motorcycle and temporarily set aside. 1 is02786 1. Electronics Caddy Figure 2. Remove Electronics Caddy 3. See Figure 2. Make note of electronics caddy location and wiring routes under pillion base. Press on the caddy’s retaining tabs and remove the caddy from the fender. Move the caddy and wiring to the side. 2 1 2 is02787 1. Pillion post 2. Screws and washers Figure 3. Remove Fender Support Screws and Washers 4. See Figure 3. Remove the four fender support screws and washers (2). Discard screws, but save three washers for re-installation. From under the fender use an allen wrench to hold the lower pillion screw while removing the upper pillion post (1). Save the pillion post and lower washer for reinstallation. 5. Thoroughly clean fender at pillion mounting area of all dirt and debris

HONDA GL 1500 FRONT FENDER EXTENSION INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 27-02-2011

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1. Remove items as shown using straight blade screwdriver. Pry off the two fork cover caps and with a 5mm allen wrench, unfasten the two bolts (Figure 1A). Remove fork cover. a. Pull outward and forward to remove left hand side covers. (Figure 1B) b. Using 8mm and 10mm wrenches, remove the three bolts from the left hand disc cover. Repeat for right side disc cover. (Note for re-installation; the top 10mm bolts (Figure 1C) do not have collars included.) c. Using the Phillips screwdriver, unfasten speedometer cable (figure 1D) d. Using the 8mm wrench, remove the left hand side fender bolts (figure 1E) e. Using the 8mm allen wrench, remove the four top bolts (figure 1F) from the fork stay bracket, and remove bracket. 2. With the rear fender off the motorcycle, hold front fender extension in place and using center punch and hammer, light tap the three drilling locations (figure A). Set the fender extension aside and drill three ¼ inch holes at marked locations (figure B). 3. Attach fender extension to fender with hardware provided (figure 3). 4. Re-install all items previously removed in step 1.

HARLEY DAVIDSON GLOSS BLACK HEAD BOLT COVERS INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 25-02-2011

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This kit fits 1992 and later Evolution 1340 and XL models and 1999 and later Twin Cam-equipped models. INSTALLATION Perform this installation when the engine is cool. Working on or near the exhaust system when the engine is hot could result in severe burns. (00311a) 1. Remove spark plugs. 2. See Figure 1. Install head bolt covers (1), on head bolts (3), secure using setscrew (2) and Allen wrench included with kit. To prevent setscrews from falling into the spark plug holes, start threading the setscrews into the covers before placing them over the head bolts. Position cover on head bolt so that when spark plug is reinstalled setscrew is hidden from view but accessible with Allen wrench. Do not tighten setscrews on high points of bolts. 3. Reinstall spark plugs. Tighten spark plugs to 11-18 ftlbs (15-24 Nm) . If a torque wrench is not available, finger- tighten spark plug and then, using a spark plug wrench, tighten plug an additional 1/4 turn. 4. Readjust setscrew tightness after motor has operated at full operating temperature and then cooled. 2 1 3 is 001586 1. Head bolt cover 2. Setscrew 3. Head bolt Figure 1. Head Bolt Cover Installation

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