Dellorto Motorcycle Carburetor Tuning Guide and INSTALLATION

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Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 04-02-2012

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Installation angles The tapered-needle-type Carburetor s with concentric, central float chambers have a horizontal main barrel and can be mounted up to a maximum inclination of 40 degrees from the horizontal (figure 3) . For
applications on motocross and trials engines, etc, this inclination should be 30 degrees or less. fig. 3 2.4 Engine connections The Carburetor is usually connected to the engine with one of the following : Male clamp fixing : the male clamp connection used for the flexible fixing of the Carburetor to the engine is usually recommended on motorcycles for motocross, trials, etc or fitted to engines which run to high rpm or those which produce strong vibrations. fig. 4 Female clamp : the female clip connection and the flange connection, with a rigid fitting to the engine, are usable on road motorcycles or fitted to engines which do not generate very strong vibrations

HARLEY DAVIDSON LIGHTED CHROME DIRECTIONAL BAR INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 15-03-2011

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INSTALLATION 1. Disconnect turn signal wires at connectors located in directional bar. On 1994 and later models there are two wires for each turn signal lamp. Earlier models have only 1 wire per lamp. 2. Remove existing directional bar from motorcycle. Save all hardware for reattachment. If the turn signal connector is too large to be removed from the directional bar, remove the wires from the connector as follows: Bend back the connector latches on the sides of the connector slightly to free the secondary lock. Rotate the secondary lock outward on hinge to access terminals in chambers of connector housing. With a paper clip sharpened to a chisel point, insert the paper clip into the connector housing cavity until it stops. Pivot the end of the paper clip and gently tug on the wire to pull the terminal from the cavity. Do not tug on the wire until the tang that holds the terminal in the cavity is released. Take your time, a few tries may be required before you develop a feel for releasing the terminal from the connector. 3. Remove screws that mount turn signals lamps to existing directional bar. Remove lamps and turn signal wires (with their attached connector halves) from existing bar. 1 2 3 4 is02199 1. Ground wire 2. Hold lamp in place 3. Backing plate 4. Self-tapping screw Figure 1. Remove Backing Plate 4. See Figure 1. For each end of new directional bar, remove self-tapping screw that holds corner of backing plate and ground wire in place and remove backing plate. 1 2 is 02200 1. Hold lamp in place with this screw 2. Turn signal connector(s) are behind LED Figure 2. Assembling Directional Bar 5. See Figure 2. For each end of bar, place turn signal lamp in position with wires routed as shown. Move LED light out of the way and thread 5/32 inch Allen socket screw into lamp to hold lamp in place. Tighten screw.

Airtail Compressor Kit for Airtail Suspension System Installation Instructions

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Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 14-02-2011

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installation • Following steps covers retro fits and new installations. * DENOTES RETRO FIT APPLICATION ONLY. Step 1 – Compressor 1. Jack the bike up and support it so that you can remove the rear wheel. Place your jack in an area that will not lift on the swingarm and leaves access to the space right in front of the front shock mounts. This is the area you will be installing the valve assembly into. 2. Relieve all pressure from the air shock- both “ride height” and “bottoming control” chambers must be drained of pressure. 3. Remove the seat and disconnect the battery. 4. Remove the rear wheel and ” splash guard ” (part number 60363-00) * Retro fit applications only. New applications go to #11 of Step 1. *5. Remove compressor from pivot shaft, disconnecting any airlines and wires from the compressor and solenoid. *6. Remove coil cover with switch housing and air release valves, being sure to disconnect all connections and airlines. *7. With compressor removed, remove the original solenoid valve (Fig. 1) and the 2 “T” fittings (Fig. 2) from the compressor mounting bracket. Figure 1 Figure 2 *8. Un-screw outlet valve from compressor and remove original airline (Fig. 3), being sure to not lose small o-ring around the end of airline. This will be used in the next step.