YAMAHA FZR600 SPECIFICATIONS AND SERVICE MANUAL

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Filed Under (Kawasaki) by admin on 27-04-2011

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Front Axle and Outer Tube Front Wheel Axle Holder Rear Axle and Nut Handlebar Crown and Inner Tube Handlebar Crown and Steering Stem Steering ring nut (Upper and lower) Brake Caiiper (Front/Rear) Bleed Screw and Brake Caliper Brake Hose and Union Bolt Front Master Cylinder and Cylinder Cap Front Fender and Outer Tube Handlebar Boss and Front Fork Handlebar and Handlebar Boss Engine Mounting: Front ; Rear — Upper ; Rear — Lower 1 Down Tube and Frame: Front 1 Rear l Footrest Bracket and Frame I Pivot Axle and Nut Relay Arm and Frame Connecting Rod and Swingarm Connecting Rod and Relay Arm Rear Shock Absorber and Reiay Arm Rear Shock Absorber and Frame Footrest and Footrest Bracket I Rear Footrest Bracket and Frame Rear Master Cylinder and Rear Arm Bracket Cowling and Stay Compression Bar and Brake Caliper Bracket Front Fork Pinch Bolt: Upper Lower Sprocket and Clutch Hub Brake Disc and Clutch Hub Inner Tube and Steering Stem Frame and Rear Frame: Upper

SUZUKI SV1000/ S SERVICE MANUAL Supplimentary

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Filed Under (Suzuki) by admin on 26-02-2011

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CHASSIS BOLT AND NUT Check that all chassis bolts and nuts are tightened to their specified torque. (Refer to below and page 2-29 of SV1000S Service manual for the locations of the following nuts and bolts on the motorcycle.) CHASSIS FRONT FORK REMOUNTING Align the upper surface A of the inner tube with the upper surface B of the steering stem upper bracket. Tighten initially at 1 000 km (600 miles, 1 month) and every 6 000 km (4 000 miles, 6 months) thereafter. ITEM N·m kgf-m lb-ft 1 Handlebar clamp bolt 23 2.3 16.5 2 Handlebar holder set nut 45 4.5 32.5 SV1000K3 5 SUSPENSION SETTING After installing the front fork, adjust the spring pre-load and damping force as follows. SPRING PRE-LOAD ADJUSTMENT There are eight grooves on the spring adjuster. Position 1 provides the maximum spring pre-load and position 8 provides the minimum spring pre-load. STD position: 7 DAMPING FORCE ADJUSTMENT Rebound damping force Fully turn the damping force adjuster 1 clockwise. It is at stiffest position and turn it out to standard setting position. STD position: 1 and 1/4 turns out from stiffest position Compression damping force Fully turn the damping force adjuster 2 clockwise. It is at stiffest position and turn it out to standard setting position. STD position: 1 turn out from stiffest position STANDARD FRONT SUSPENSION SETTING ! FRONT Spring pre-load adjuster Damping force adjuster Rebound Compression Solo and dual riding 7 1 and 1/4 turns out from stiffest position 1 turn out from stiffest position Be sure to adjust the spring pre-load and damping force on both front fork legs equally. 6 SV1000K3 HANDLEBARS REMOVAL AND DISASSEMBLY Remove the handlebar balancer 1. NOTE: Do not remove the handlebar balancer mounting screw before removing the handlebar balancer. Slightly loosen the mounting screw, and then pull the balancer assembly out of handlebars. Remove the rear view mirror 2. Disconnect the front brake light switch coupler 3. Remove the front brake master cylinder. Remove the right handlebar switch 4 and throttle grip 5. Disconnect the clutch switch lead wires 6. Remove the left handlebar switch 7. Remove the rear view mirror 8. Remove the clutch master cylinder. Remove the handlebar clamp caps

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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.