EVO 3-Phase Charging System Installation And Owner's Manual

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Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 19-11-2010

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install rotor onto sprocket shaft and seat against rotor spacer 9. Install the compensator extension shaft on the sprocket shaft 10. Using your motorcycle’s specific repair manual instructions, check for proper chain alignment. Use OEM-specified shims to bring chain alignment into specification if required. 11. Using your motorcycle’s specific repair manual instructions, install the primary drive and clutch. Assure that all driveline components line up correctly. 12. Apply Loctite Threadlocker #262 (“red”) to the threads of the sprocket nut (also supplied with compensator shaft extension kit). Tighten sprocket nut to 150-165 ft-lbs (203.4-223.7 Nm). 13. Using your motorcycle’s specific repair manual instructions, install the primary cover. 14. Connect the negative battery cable. 2.3 Factory Regulator Removal 1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. 2. Using your motorcycle’s specific repair manual instructions, remove the regulator. Save the factory-supplied hardware. 2.4 3-Phase Regulator Installation 1. Connect the 3-pin stator connector to the regulator. 2. Using the factory-supplied hardware, locate the 3-phase regulator on the mounting bracket and install using the factory-supplied hardware. Tighten to 50-80 in-lbs. 3. Attach the ground wire between the bracket mounting bolt and the bracket. Tighten to 70-100 in-lbs. 4. Trial-fit the long power wire to the motorcycle, and route to the original location of the factory regulator wire on the circuit breaker. 5. Trim any excess wire, and strip 5/16″ of insulation from the end of the wire using a wire stripper. 6. Slip the 1″ length of heat shrink (supplied) onto the wire. 7. Crimp on the (supplied) ring lug to the end of the wire, taking care that a good crimp connection is made.

BMW 3 SERIES INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Filed Under (BMW) by admin on 17-11-2010

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1. Turn off the ignition and disconnect the negative battery cable. NOTE: Disconnecting the negative battery cable erases pre-programmed electronic memories. Write down all memory settings before disconnecting the negative battery cable. Some radios will require an anti-theft code to be entered after the battery is reconnected. The anti-theft code is typically supplied with your owner’s manual. In the event your vehicles’ anti-theft code cannot be recovered, contact an authorized dealership to obtain your vehicles anti-theft code. TO START: 2. Depress the wire-locking clip and disconnect the mass air sensor electrical. BMW 3 SERIES (E46) 1999-00 323i, ci 1999 323iC 2001-05* 325i, ci L6-2.5L 1999-00 328i 2000 328ci 2002-05 325xi L6-2.8L NOTE: * Excluding 2003 & 2005 PZEV model with engine family 3BMXV02.5M56 & 5BMXV02.5M56 Flat Blade Screwdriver Ratchet Extension 10mm Socket 10mm Wrench 4mm Allen A intake tube (EL) 1 087139 B hose ; 4mm id x 2″ l 1 08062 C npt fi tting; 1/4″ x 5/16″ barb 1 08908 D hose clamp #48 3 08601 E silicone hose 3.25″id x 2″l 1 08690 F nut; 6mm nylock 7 07553 G washer; 1/4″id x 5/8″od fl at 7 08275 H washer; 1/4″ split lock 1 08198 I bolt; 6mm-1.00 x 16mm, b/h/a 2 07730 J bolt; 6mm-1.00 x 12mm, b/h/a 4 07794 K washer; 1/4″id x 1″od fender 2 08160 L bracket 1 010087 M heat shield “A” 1 07492 N heat shield “C” 1 07497 O heat shield “B” 1 07494 P edge trim 46″L 1 102487 Q air fi lter 1 RU-4730 3. Pull up on the four fresh air duct-retaining pins to release them from the radiator core support. 4. Lift up and remove the fresh air duct from the vehicle as shown. NOTE: Disconnect the fresh air tube from the fresh air duct. 5. Loosen the hose clamp which secures the intake tube to the mass air sensor, and then disconnect the intake tube from the mass air sensor as shown. 6. Remove the two-factory air box mounting bolts shown.

YAMAHA V-STAR 1100 HYPERCHARGER AIRCLEANER INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Filed Under (Yamaha) by admin on 09-11-2010

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STEP 1 Remove the driver and passenger seats from the bike. Remove the negative battery cable from the battery and tuck it out of the way to reduce the possibility of sparks. STEP 2 Remove the two rear tank mounting bolts. Remove the plastic tank mounting snap stud. (Push in on the center of it to release). Slide the tank back to expose the top of the engine. Make sure the tank is solidly in place so it does not fall! You may remove the tank completely from the bike if you’re not certain the tank will stay in place while you are performing this installation. STEP 3 Remove the stock air cleaner cover, element, and backing plate. Twarrants that any Küryakyn product sold hereunder, if properly installed, maintained and operated under normal conditions, shall be free from any defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date the Küryakyn products are sold to the customer. CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES: Küryakyn shall not be liable for any consequential or incidental damages. ABOUTOURCA TA LOG You’ll find all our innovations for H-D, GL and Metric Cruisers in our annual catalogs. Order online today-select the “CATALOGS” icon. Each Küryakyn™ product comes with a Proof-of-Purchase good for a complimentary catalog. Details in packaging. Be sure to ask your local dealer about other Küryakynproducts, the motorcycle parts and accessories designed for riders by riders. ©2003 Küryakyn USA™All Rights reserved. STEP 4 See PIC. 1and PIC.2. Remove the grommet from the bracket. STEP 5 Placing your long handled Phillips screwdriver as shown in PIC.3, loosen the clamp on the air duct and remove the duct. Remove the clamp from the duct— it will be reused. Now is a good time to proceed with rejetting of the carburetors. Consult your factory service manual for this procedure. We have supplied jets to cover most common applications. Jetting Recommendations: See FIG. 1for jet locations. With stock exhaust or Cobra Slip-On Mufflers • 1.2 Pilot Air Bleeds in both carbs • One .020 shim added to raise each needle • 122.5 Main Jet in the front cylinder’s carb • 120 Main Jet in the rear cylinder’s carb • Pilot Mixture Screw (PMS) 2 turns out from lightly bottomed With Vance & Hines, Samson, or open “Drag” pipes • 1.2 Pilot Air Bleeds in both carbs • One .020 shim added to raise each needle • 125 Main Jet in the front cylinder’s carb • 122.5 Main Jet in the rear cylinder’s carb • Pilot Mixture Screw (PMS) 2 turns out from lightly bottomed NOTES 1. The factory installed plug covering the PMS will have to be removed in order to access the screw. 2. Because the float bowl screws are easily damage during removal, we have included 8 replacement float bowl screws with socket heads, just in case they are needed. BE SURE TO VENT THE FLOAT BOWLS TO THE BACK OF THE HYPERCHARGER — THIS IS NECESSARY FOR BEST DRIVABILITY AND MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE!!!! (See Step 12.) STEP 6 See PIC.4. Insert both flanges of the rubber air duct through the opening in the mounting bracket. Place the Stock duct clamp on the new intake duct — the clamp screw should face forward.

Installation Instructions S&S Billet Air Cleaner Kit for Victory Motorcycles

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Filed Under (S&S) by admin on 29-10-2010

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1 – Disconnect the negative battery cable from the motorcycle and route it away from any metal parts in the area. 2 – Remove the seat and gas tank from the Victory motorcycle following your Victory service manual for the specifi c model you are performing the work on. Picture 1 WARNING 3 Key Switch Cover and Coil Mounting Bracket Removal 1 – Remove the ignition key switch cover by pulling outward on it. Picture 2 illustrates the key switch cover. 2 – Remove the four socket head cap screws from the ignition and coil mounting bracket that holds the bracket to the front and rear heads. Picture 3 points out the location of the four socket head cap screws. 3 – With the bracket free from the front and rear head unplug the spark plug wires at the coil. 4 – Disconnect the coil and ignition switch at the connectors freeing them from the primary wiring harness. Idle Air Control Hoses and Throttle Position Sensor Removal 1 – Disconnect the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) at the connector leaving the TPS attached to the throttle body. Picture 4 points out the TPS connector. 2 – Remove the Idle Air Control (IAC) supply hose from the air box. Note: Leave the 1.500″ rubber hose attached to the hard plastic IAC supply hose. Picture 4 points out the IAC air supply hose and the 1.500″ rubber hose. 3 – Remove the front Idle Air Control (IAC) air delivery hose from the rubber 90° fitting that leads into the front intake bore on the throttle body. Leave the 90° rubber fitting attached to the throttle body. Picture 4 points out the IAC front delivery hose. 4 – Remove the rear IAC air delivery hose from the rubber “T” fitting that leads into the rear intake bore on the throttle body. Leave the rubber “T” fitting attached to the throttle body. Picture 4 points out the IAC rear delivery hose

BMW R1100RT FUEL Plus kit INSTALLATION Manual

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

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Remove the following components to prepare for installation. There will be some differences between models and years. Remove both seats. Remove both left and right side fairing panels. Remove the bolt at the right rear of the fuel tank (if needed) to run the display cable to the left side of the frame (inboard of the air intake tube) along the factory wiring harness. Disconnect the negative battery cable (and any additional ground wires) at the battery. Remove the air intake tube from the air box. 3. Install the wiring. NOTE: The # indicates the connection to the unplugged 16 pin terminal strip. See the table. The Junction Board will be mounted on top of the air box just in front of the air temperature sensor. PHOTO1 An alternate position is shown in PHOTO 1A. The clear sleeve for the board gets stiff when it is cold. Warming makes it more pliable. If it is difficult to get the air sensor connector back on then use the alternate position on the left. The wiring enters the upper left corner for either position

Kawasaki GEN2 CDI Installation And Removal Instructions

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

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Installation: Step 1: Remove the seat to allow access to the factory CDI igniter on the utility machine. See Figure 1. The KFX-700 (V-Force) CDI is located on the right frame rail by the rear tire. The Teryx CDI is located under the driver’s seat, inside the electrical box. See Figure 2. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Locate the stock CDI (located under the seat). Disconnect the connectors from the CDI, and remove the CDI. NOTE: If your machine has had a timing offset key installed (aftermarket equipment), then the timing maps need to be adjusted using the optional USB Memory Interface. The CDI is shipped assuming 5 degrees static timing, and increasing this with an offset key without compensating the maps may lead to engine damage. Figure 1: Figure 2: Step 2: Remove the two #4×4-40 screws from the DB44 connector at the front of the CDI. Plug the Copperhead® wiring harness into the DB44 connector, and secure with the two #4×4-40 screws. The screws should be snug, but do not over tighten. Plug connectors from the Copperhead® CDI to their corresponding connector on the chassis wiring harness. The Copperhead® CDI will be mounted 90 degrees (1/4 turn) from the stock position in most applications. This will allow it to sit between the stock mounting tabs on the pan. See Figure 3 for the BF750i installation and Figure 4 for the Teryx installation. Test fit the unit, and mark the necessary mounting holes. The KFX-700 (V-Force) will require holes to be drilled in the frame to mount the CDI

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