Suzuki 240 Hayabusa Swingarm Installation Instructions

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Filed Under (Suzuki) by admin on 12-02-2012

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installation Instructions 1.) Stock Component Removal To begin installing this kit it is necessary to raise the rear end of the bike using a suitable hoist. Be sure to keep the bike centered on the front wheel to keep the bike from tipping over. Once you have the bike lifted and properly secured, begin with the removal of the following stock components ( For detailed information on the removal of these parts, please consult your factory manual) : 1.) Muffler or mufflers 2.) Left side and lower body panels 3.) Voltage regulator (08 model only) 4.) Front sprocket cover 5.) Front sprocket 6.) Chain 7.) Rear Axel, wheel and brake assembly 8.) Pivot tube and swingarm
2.) New Swingarm Installation A. Most of the pieces needed are installed on the swing-arm. You’ll need to install the shock mount block with the 4 supplied flat head 5/16″bolts, use red loctite and torque to 25 ft lbs. B. Insert the 2 supplied pivot bushings in the pivot tube. Move your new swingarm into position. Once you have the swingarm in position reinsert the pivot tube to hold it in place. C. On some bikes (07′ and earlier Busa’s) it is necessary to grind approximately 1/8″ off the frame for chain clearance. Not all bikes will require this, but it is best to mock up and test fit before final assembly.

YAMAHA XVS 1300 A INSTALLATION AND OWNER'S MANUAL

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Filed Under (Yamaha) by admin on 13-01-2012

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Place motorcycle on flat and level ground with side stand securely in place. Before installing fasteners we recommend you apply a small amount of Loctite ®medium strength #243 thread retaining compound (or similar brand) to the threads of the button head screws (a) referenced on page 3 and to the M8 x 50 fasteners supplied in Bag 914. (Thread Lock) INSTALLATION OF EYEBROW 1. Start on right side of the motorcycle and remove the 2 bolts from the fender and trim rail. Remove rear trim rail. Store bolts and trim rail, they will not be re-used. (5mm Hex Wrench) SPOOL ASSEMBLY, FRONT AND REAR 2. Assemble front and rear spool assemblies into the right eyebrow (4) and fender. Do not fully tighten. This will allow some movement which aids in the side plate installation. (5mm Hex Wrench) Figure 1. After final assembly fender mount screws will torque to: 22 Nm (17 ft/lb) 3. Repeat steps 1-2 for the left side fender assembly

HARLEY DAVIDSON COMFORT PROFILE REAR SADDLEBAG GUARD KIT INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 24-03-2011

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REMOVAL 1. Remove saddlebags from motorcycle following the instructions in the service manual. 2. See Figure 3. Remove grab strap screw and washer (G). Remove grab strap (H). Remove seat following the instructions in the service manual. 3. Remove left and right side covers (located in front of saddlebags) by removing screw from bottom of side cover. Save hardware and side covers for final assembly. 4. Support muffler assembly with a block of wood or other suitable method. For FLTR and FLHX Models 1. See Figure 3. Remove the screws (F) securing saddlebag guards to muffler supports. 2. Remove bolt (M) and nut (P). Save bolt (M) for installation. Discard nut (P). 3. Remove screws (B and C) and nut (E). Save screws (B and C) for installation. Discard nut (E). 4. Remove stud receptacle (I) and save for installation. 5. See Figure 1. Remove antenna bracket (1), mounting fasteners (2), antenna mounting nut (5), washer (4) and antenna adapter (3). Save the antenna and hardware, discard the bracket. 6. Remove support (D) and discard. 7. Repeat Steps 1 through 4 for other side. For FLHTCU and FLHTC Models 1. Remove and discard screws (X) and guard rail mounts (W and V). 2. Remove screw (Q) and rear guards (U). Discard rear guard assembly including screws (T) and clamps (R and S). Discard screw (Q). 3. Remove and discard screw (K) and nut (L). 4. Remove screws (N and C) and nut (E). Save screw (C) for installation. Discard nut (E), screw (N) and forward guard. 5. Repeat Steps 1 through 5 for other side. For All Other Models 1. Remove screws (N and C) and nut (E). Save screw (C) for installation. Discard nut (E) and screw (N). 2. Remove and discard screw (K) and nut (L). 3. Remove forward guard and discard. 4. Repeat for other side

HARLEY DAVIDSON AIR WING SADDLEBAG LID RAIL LIGHTS INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 23-02-2011

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INSTALLATION 1. If saddlebag rails have not yet been installed: Perform the Air Wing Saddlebag Rail installation up to the point of final assembly of the rails to the saddlebag lids. If saddlebag rails are already installed: Open one saddlebag and remove all loose contents. Remove one saddlebag from the vehicle per service manual instructions. From the underside of the saddlebag lid, remove the fasteners retaining the saddlebag rail to the lid. Note fastener position and save all components for installation. 2. ALL installations: See Figure 3. Obtain a saddlebag rail light assembly (1) from the kit. 3. Insert the light wires through the hole (B) in the side of the saddlebag rail (A) mounting post, and out through the bottom of the post. 4. Install the light to the underside of the saddlebag rail rear cross bar with two screws (4) from the kit. Tighten the screws >securely. 5. Insert the light wires through the left rear saddlebag rail mounting pad (C) and the left rear hole (H) in the saddlebag lid (G). Assemble the saddlebag rail to the lid per the instructions in the Air Wing Saddlebag Rail Kit, feeding the wires through the left rear saddlebag rail nylon washer (D), plain washer (E) and the hex head hollow screw (F). Tighten the two Phillips head screws to 27-31 in-lbs (3.1- 3.5 Nm) . Tighten the hex head hollow screw to 30-50 in- lbs (3.4-5.6 Nm) .

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BMW K1100 RS/ RT/ LT ABS 2 Electronic Cruise Control Installation Manual

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

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The actuator spool is installed in the CIU housing with the actuator cable. The actuator spool is rotated to fully extend the cable. 2nd step. The carburettor cable and spool are installed and the other end of the carburettor cable is attached to the carburettors. Note the position of the roll pin. It is nearly contacting the end of the groove in the actuator spool. The free play in the carburettor cable must be adjusted so that the cable outer can be pulled out 2 ~ 3mm before the carburettors start to open. This ensures that the cruise control cannot prevent the carburettors returning to idle. If more free play is allowed the response of the cruise control is compromised. This adjustment of free play is usually performed after final assembly of the CIU is completed and the CIU is in its final location. This is because flexing the cable does effect the free play. It is shown at this stage in these diagrams to improve clarity. After this adjustment is performed, the carburettor cable adjustment MUST NOT BE MOVED. All future adjustments of free play in the throttle must be performed on the throttle cable from the throttle grip. If incorrect free play in this cable is suspected due to inconsistent cruise operation or because of inconsistent idle speed, the adjusters on the throttle cable from the hand grip must be backed all the way off to give as much free play as possible. If this does not result in AT LEAST 5mm of free play in the throttle cable, the throttle cable must be removed from the hand grip or CIU before adjustment of the carburettor cable is attempted. This is crucial because the amount of free play in the throttle cable also effects the apparent free play in the carburettor cable.

DUCATI ST2 Electronic Cruise Control Installation Manual

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Filed Under (Ducati) by admin on 25-10-2010

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The actuator spool is installed in the CIU housing with the actuator cable. The actuator spool is rotated to fully extend the cable. 2nd step. The carburettor cable and spool are installed and the other end of the carburettor cable is attached to the carburettors. Note the position of the roll pin. It is nearly contacting the end of the groove in the actuator spool. The free play in the carburettor cable must be adjusted so that the cable outer can be pulled out 2 ~ 3mm before the carburettors start to open. This ensures that the cruise control cannot prevent the carburettors returning to idle. If more free play is allowed the response of the cruise control is compromised. This adjustment of free play is usually performed after final assembly of the CIU is completed and the CIU is in its final location. This is because flexing the cable does effect the free play. It is shown at this stage in these diagrams to improve clarity

KAWASAKI Z1000 GTR Electronic Cruise Control Installation Manual

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Filed Under (Kawasaki) by admin on 25-10-2010

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The actuator spool is installed in the CIU housing with the actuator cable. The actuator spool is rotated to fully extend the cable. 2nd step. The dual spool and carburettor cable are installed. The carburettor cable is attached to the lower groove in the dual spool. The other end of the carburettor cable is attached to the carburettors. Note the position of the roll pin. It is nearly contacting the end of the groove in the actuator spool. The free play in the carburettor cable must be adjusted so that the cable outer can be pulled out 2 ~ 3mm before the carburettors start to open. This ensures that the cruise control cannot prevent the carburettors returning to idle. If more free play is allowed the response of the cruise control is compromised. This adjustment of free play is usually performed after final assembly of the CIU is completed and the CIU is in its final location. This is because flexing the cable affects the free play. It is shown at this stage in these diagrams to improve clarity. After this adjustment is performed, the carburettor cable adjustment MUST NOT BE MOVED. All future adjustments of free play in the throttle must be performed on the throttle cable from the throttle grip. If incorrect free play in the carburettor cable is suspected due to inconsistent cruise operation or because of inconsistent idle speed, the adjusters on the throttle cable from the hand grip must be backed all the way off to give as much free play as possible. If this does not result in AT LEAST 5mm of free play in the throttle cable, the throttle cable must be removed from the hand grip or CIU before adjustment of the carburettor cable is attempted. This is crucial because the amount of free play in the throttle cable also affects the apparent free play in the carburettor cable