HARLEY DAVIDSON FRONT DISC WHEELS INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 18-02-2011

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INSTALLATION 1. Remove existing front wheel assembly. Save axle, axle nut, brake disc, and wheel spacers for kit installation. Refer to FRONT WHEEL in Service Manual. For FLSTC and FLSTN Models: Discard moon-style hub cap. 2. See Figure 1. Install valve stem assembly (D) on wheel. Refer to TIRES in Service Manual. Do not re-use brake disc screws. Re-using disc screws can result in torque loss and damage to rotor and/or brake assembly. (00319b) NOTES Install the primary bearing first using appropriate Service Manual and WHEEL BEARING REMOVER/INSTALLER. The side opposite the valve stem is the primary bearing side. The front wheel should be installed so that the valve stem is on the right side of the motorcycle. 3. Assemble wheel installation kit components and brake disc(s) to wheel, using the appropriate the service parts table. Refer to FRONT WHEEL in Service Manual. 4. FLSTC and FLSTN models: Install wheel kit and right hand wheel spacer provided in kit installation. All other models: Install wheel spacers previously removed. 5. Install front wheel (1), stock axle, and stock axle nut. Refer to FRONT WHEEL in Service Manual. MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING Chrome parts must be maintained regularly to ensure that they keep their original shine and luster. 1. Clean heavily-soiled wheel surfaces using Harley-Davidson Wheel and Tire Cleaner, applied with Harley Wheel and Spoke Brush. 2. Thoroughly clean chrome with a good quality chrome cleaner, such as Harley Bright Chrome Cleaner. 3. After cleaning and polishing, seal the finish with a good quality sealer, such as Harley Glaze Polish and Sealant

DUCATI 900SS ENGINE/ TRANSMISSION SPECIFICATION

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

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four-stroke V-twin Capacity 864cc Bore x stroke 86 x 74cm Compression ratio 9.5:1 Carburation 2 x 40mm Dell’Orto PHM AD/AS Primary/fi nal drive gear/chain Clutch/gearbox wet multiplate/ fi ve-speed Electrics 12v, Lucas Rita electronic ignition CHASSIS Frame tubular steel open double-cradle Front suspension telescopic forks Rear suspension swinging arm, twin shocks Brakes front/rear 2 x 280mm discs/ 1 x 280mm disc Wheels cast mag alloy Tyres front/rear 100/90 x 18 110/90 x 18 DIMENSIONS Dry weight 452lb/205kg Wheelbase 59in/1498mm Seat height 30in/760mm Fuel capacity 4 gals/18 litres PERFORMANCE Top speed 129mph* Max power 59bhp@ 7400rpm* Fuel consumption 47mpg * I arrive at some sweeping bends and tighter hairpins. So much has been written or said about Ducati handling over the years, and it’s all true. The SS feels light and neutral, and needs only a little pressure on one bar or the other, or a sway of the body, to gently show the way. I take childish pleasure in opening gobfuls of the Tommasselli throttle just to feel the force and hear the Contis bark, and to glory in the sensation of the Duke grunting and pulling through another bend. The Pirelli Match tyres are impressive, and the Marzocchi front end and rear shocks provide a taut, predictable but atypically gentle ride for an Italian superbike. The road opens out, the motor’s spinning at 4500rpm and I’m already doing 90mph, but it’s all so effortless. Ducati got it so right with this one. What fun. What a noise. What a bike

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