John Haynes creator of the Haynes Manual has passed away at 80. Thankyou and your tech writers...don't think I could of split my AT cases without you.
The Haynes manual 3919 says that the inlet valves are covered by a cover and the exhaust valve is covered by a cap. My bike seems to have covers for both. Is that normal, maybe an evolution towards the 700? My bike is a 2007, so the last year of the 650.
I am trying to remove the front sprocket cover and have undone the two bolts but can't get the cover off.
I have looked at the Haynes manual and can't see anything else that could be holding it on.
Am I missing something?
Looks like something near the bottom stopping it from coming off.
If your like me you have a box full of old manuals in the garage, and ever few years you have a clear out, well I sold my bandit manual (went 5 years after the bike, another 5 years on I need it back again) so has anyone got a 600/1200 bandit manual going spare do let me know.
Hi, please can someone confirm whether I adjust the rear suspension spring length on the side stand or on the centre stand? On my 2001 model the haynes manual states a spring length of 242.7 mm.
With the impending arrival of the A/T I thought it would be wise to arm myself with a shop manual,I'm not overkeen on Haynes and I've seen a genuine Honda shop manual advertised on ebay for a "T" model,the bike I'm getting is a "W" model,do you think there would be any significant...