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Wow thanks for this post. Being new to a 996 this type of information is fantastic.
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nice write-up but no lt Snyder-Desmo Times mention? Desmo Times Home Page
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nice write-up but no lt Snyder-Desmo Times mention?
This is on my to buy list. I had been wondering if it was a good buy or not.
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he address's the flywheel nut issue,flaking rockers and the proper method of installing Showa fork top caps pertaining to rebound adjuster setting,just to name a few.duc shop manuals have better pics but not real world details.buying tips as well.
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he address's the flywheel nut issue,flaking rockers and the proper method of installing Showa fork top caps pertaining to rebound adjuster setting,just to name a few.duc shop manuals have better pics but not real world details.buying tips as well.
Awesome. Thanks for the info. I’m going to have to get it to add to my library of manuals.

Edit: just ordered the book and a few other odds and ends.

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Thank you !!

New owner here. I have a lot of reading , research and video's to watch before I attempt my first valve adjustment and belts change on my Quatro 748.

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