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Filed Under (Uncategorized) by admin on 25-01-2015

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Honda 750 Ace Saddlebag Manual Installation Instructions


Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 25-01-2015

SADDLEBAG INSTALLATION 1. Refer to Figure 1. 2. Remove bolt at right, front of fender mount and discard. 3. Insert 10 x 15mm Hex Spool Bolt assembly in front hole. Do not tighten, as “play” is needed to align saddlebag holes with mounting spools 4. Assemble 8 x 60mm socket head bolt and 8mm mounting spool with chamfer on spool under head of bolt, insert assembly thru (2) 8 x 22 x 5mm black plastic spacers. 5. Remove bolt at right, rear of fender mount and discard. Install new bolt assembly into fender mount. Do not tighten, as “play” is needed to align saddlebag holes with mounting spools 6. Repeat procedure for left side. Information: Bags will be easier to mount and remove if a small amount of silicone lubrication is applied to rubber mounting points. 7.… Read More

HONDA VTX1300 BA-2461-00–Needle/Jet Kit Installation Guides


Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 24-01-2015

INCLUDED IN THE KIT: (4) Baron Main Jets (190, 195, 200, 210) (1) Baron Adjustable Needle (1) Baron Pilot Jet ( BP1 ) (2) E-Clips (1) Baron Slide Spring (1) Baron D-Tool TOOLS REQUIRED: Factory Service Manual Phillips Screwdriver Flat Screwdriver 8, 10 & 12mm sockets w/extension Needle-nose Pliers Wire Cutters.
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Remove fuel tank per service manual instructions. 2. Remove the air filter and backing plate.3. Carefully remove the vacuum slide cover from the top of the carburetor. Be careful here as the spring inside the assembly can pop out. 4. Remove the spring and slide assembly from the carburetor. Gently pull the rubber diaphragm and the entire assembly (slide assembly or “slide”) with the needle & spacers will slide right out. Do not force it. 5. Your stock needle will be sticking out of the bottom of the slide. To remove it, you must us an 8mm socket (or Phillips screwdriver).… Read More

Acura O2 Simulator Installation Instructions


Filed Under (Acura) by admin on 24-01-2015

Download 1. Locate secondary o2 sensor. 2. Establish which o2 sensor wires are Signal and Ground. User factory service manual for reference. You can find car connector color coding in Wire color coding section. Check Make/Model reference for car specific installation. 3. Verify Ground wire by measuring resistance or continuity test between wire and chassis. The resistance should be around 4ohms or less. 4. Disconnect Negative battery terminal to avoid damaging vehicle electric system. 5. Connect o2 simulator Black wire to o2 sensor Ground. Recommendation: connect wires by using insulated crimps or soldering and using appropriate insulation, electrical tape or heat-shrinking tubing. 6. Cut (do not just splice) the o2 sensor Signal wire and connect the car end (not the side goes to the sensor ) to o2 simulator White wire. 7. Connect the other side (o2sensor side) of the Signal wire to o2 simulator Yellow or Orange wire.… Read More



Filed Under (Other Manuals) by admin on 24-01-2015

Download 1. Detach window moldings and vinyl top side moldings. 2. Remove old top. 3. Clean/remove old glue from the vehicle top, pillar post and valance using Ditzler Wax & Grease Remover or equivalent product. NOTE: The wax & grease remover will need to soak into old glue for a minimum of 5 minutes to soften it. Remove old glue by scraping with razor blade. and wipe roof dry. 4. Clean roof with soap and hot water. Wipe top clean. FIG.1 5. Using roof side reference points determine the center of the roof. (See Fig. 1) C = Center 6. Measure the center deck width (between the two (A) seams) of your new Legendary Auto Interiors, Ltd. vinyl top. 7. After you have determined your center deck width divide this number in half and then measure from the top center line out to determine the placement location of the seams (A).… Read More



Filed Under (Audi) by admin on 23-01-2015

Download Step 1. Begin by carefully inserting all four (4) of the Audi radio removal tools into the slots on the face of the radio until you hear and feel a slight click. This locks the tool into place. Carefully pull the radio out of its cavity letting the radio rest on the center console. Hint: Place a clean towel under the radio to when resting on the console. This will prevent scratching the center console. Step 2. Locate the 8mm hex head screw in the upper right corner of the radio cavity. Remove this screw with the 8mm socket and ratchet. Place the Bezel Mount over the screw hole aligning both holes. Insert the factory screw and tighten the Bezel Mount to secure. Step 3. Carefully reinstall the radio in reverse order. Note: The mount will need to move or will move slightly to the right between the radio and the right side of the cavity when the radio is replaced.… Read More

Acura RSX Nitrous Oxide System INSTALLATION MANUAL


Filed Under (Acura) by admin on 23-01-2015

Download P/N 199R10362. Chapter 2 Kit Installation 2.1 Bottle Mounting Instructions NOTE: Disconnect the battery ground before beginning installation. 2.1.1 Street Vehicles Accurate calibration of your NOS nitrous system depends on the bottle remaining at a stable temperature. Mount the bottle away from heat sources, such as the engine compartment or exhaust system, and away from windows where the bottle may be exposed to direct sunlight. NOS recommends that the bottle be environmentally separated from the driver’s compartment. Since this is hatchback type vehicle and does not have a firewall between the trunk area and the driver’s compartment, the 16160NOS racer safety blow down tube must be installed. The blow-down tube should be routed to the exterior of the vehicle (preferably under the vehicle) . This procedure will prevent filling the driver’s compartment with a cloud of nitrous oxide if the safety pressure relief cap should happen to rupture for any reason.… Read More



Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 22-01-2015

Download STEPS 1) Slide the rubber exhaust hanger off of exhaust hanger hook. 2) Bend corner of muffler heat shield down to increase clearance to access hole on driver’s side frame. 3) Raise hitch into position and loosely install the rearward fasteners. 4) Fishwire carriage bolt and block thru access hole in frame rail, both sides, as shown. 5) Install remaining fasteners as shown. 6) Reattach rubber exhaust hanger. 7) Torque all 1/2″ hardware to 75 lb. -ft. PERIODICALLY CHECK THIS RECEIVER HITCH TO INSURE THAT ALL FASTNERS ARE TIGHT AND THAT ALL STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS ARE SOUND.… Read More

Ford F-150 Std/Ext/Crew Cab Model 2130 6.5′ Short Bed 2009-Current


Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 13-01-2015

Download Be sure to use only cleaners, waxes, etc., which are labeled ‘Safe for Plastics’. Make sure that chemicals or substances, which are not labeled ‘safe for plastics’, do not come in contact with your Undercover. Failure to do so could cause discoloration and/or structural damage to your Undercover and will void your warranty. Paint rubbing of the truck is normally not a problem, but is always a possibility with any tonneau. To ensure less chance of possible paint rubbing of the truck, it is suggested to install a tailgate protector and adhere Cab Skin®, Scotch Cal®, or similar product to the truck bed. These products can provide added assurance against paint rubbing. Undercover Tonneaus are designed from trucks that do not have a bed liner (spray-in bed liners pose no problem). Trucks that do have under-the-rail or over-the-rail bed liners will require some minor trimming of the bed liner to ensure proper placement of the mounting brackets.… Read More



Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 06-01-2015

Download Before Installation Qualifications •To properly install an electronic siren: you must have a good understanding of automotive electrical procedures and systems, along with proficiency in the installation and service of safety warning equipment. Always refer to the vehicle’s service manuals when performing equipment installations on a vehicle. Sound Hazards •Your hearing and the hearing of others, in or close to your emergency vehicle, could be damaged by loud sounds. This can occur from short exposures to very loud sounds, or from longer exposures to moderately loud sounds. For hearing conservation guidance, refer to federal, state, or local recommendations. OSHA Standard 1910.95 offers guidance on “Permissible Noise Exposure.” •All effective sirens and horns produce loud sounds (120 dB) that may cause permanent hearing loss. Always minimize your exposure to siren sound and wear hearing protection. Do not sound the siren indoors or in enclosed areas where you and others will be exposed to the sound.… Read More

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