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A while back, I thought I remembered seeing some books for the 2v and the 4v motors. Like the Haynes manuals, but different.

Seperate books for each 2v and 4v...

anyone know what I'm talking about?

better yet, anyone have a link?

TIA!
 

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that's exactly the link I was looking for!

thanks a million!
 

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Yes, LTs books are good. However, they are not a replacement for a repeair manual, but rather a supplement (even LT, the author, points that out). I prefer the factory manual to the Haynes.

In particular, the valve adjustment procedure is explained very well. And he has a nice diagram showing which bolt lengths go in which hole in the alternator cover, which is great!

Tom
 

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st2lemans said:
Yes, LTs books are good. However, they are not a replacement for a repeair manual, but rather a supplement (even LT, the author, points that out). I prefer the factory manual to the Haynes.

In particular, the valve adjustment procedure is explained very well. And he has a nice diagram showing which bolt lengths go in which hole in the alternator cover, which is great!

Tom
where can one find the FACTORY repair manual for the various ducs?
 

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01....close to 02...what are all the differences?

different swing arm, ohlins shock, wheels....

I'd still need a manual for the S4R...I see one for the S4, but not S4R.....
 

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