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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 31-12-2013
IT’S SAID THAT HONDA ST1100, CALLED the Pan European across the pond, was designed to burn across the Autobahn at 100 mph. But with a 7.4-gallon tank and a sporty riding position, you may find it necessary to shake the kinks out of your legs before the tank runs dry. In response, ST1100 owners have developed a series of “farkles” to complement the bike’s long-distance touring abilities. Robert Kienlen of Dallas, Texas, has developed the ultimate foot farkle: Speed Sticks, a set of folding highway pegs that attach to the bike’s engine guards and let you sit upright, then fold out of the way when you want a sportier crouch. Now you can have cruiser comfort on a sport-touring machine.
1. A complete set includes pegs, brackets, and fasteners. 2. Steve removed the plastic engine guard cowl. The plastic should be warm — it’s brittle when cold. 3. Steve removed the 1/2″ clevis bolt, Allen bolts, lock washers, and metal straps from one of the brackets.… Read More
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 24-11-2013
Download 1. Remove the right and left frame side covers and the seat. 2. Unplug and remove the stock horn located behind the left foot peg. Re-route the horn wires up over the front cylinder head and to the rear. Next cut two pieces of wire 36″ long, strip both ends ¼”, crimp two male spade terminals to one end and two females to the other ends. Attach these wires to the stock horn wires and route them over the rear cylinder and behind the frame tube. The end of the wires should come out near the center of the left side cover area (see photo 1 A). Connect these two wires to the relay terminals 85 & 86 (these will be the two that are parallel to each other see wiring diagram for terminal identification). 3. Using a blade screwdriver pry the two hoses with the “Y” connector off of the air horns.… Read More
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 22-01-2014
1. Place the motorcycle on the centerstand. 2. Remove the left side cover (painted) to expose the battery. Remove the left plastic engine cover (chrome) . Remove the lower center fairing cowl or spoiler; there are 2 pull pin rivets and 6 allen screws holding this panel in place. Drop the panel down and slide it out to the right or left. 3. Horns and Mounting Bracket: Attach the large “L” shaped bracket with the split clamp to the engine guards as shown in photo #1. NOTE: Make the screws snug only! Install the horn set onto the “L” bracket using the 2 allen screws provided, tighten securely. Align the horn set to be level and to have clearance between the fairing as shown in photo #2, tighten securely. 4. Compressor: Remove the stock left hand horn and loosely re-install the 12mm mounting bolt (see photo #4A). Next as shown in photo # 3, to the compressor attach the air hose, the short red wire to the (+) positive terminal and the white wire to the (-) negative.… Read More
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 01-02-2014
Download TOOLS AND SUPPLIES REQUIRED Phillips screwdriver Tape measure Felt-tip pen Shop towel asking tape Clip remover Center bracket 2 Front brackets A 2 Front brackets B 2 Side brackets 6 Plastic grommets 6 Screws, 5 x 13 mm 2 Screws, 6 x 11 mm 7 Protective tapes Air deflector 2 Alcohol pads center stopper AII 28583 All 28583 (0502)
1. Using the front “H” emblem, locate the center of the hood. From the bottom of the hood, measure up 2 in. (52 mm), and clean the area where the center support will attach with one alcohol pad from the kit. 4. Turn over the rubber molding and locate the six square holes in the hood. Push one plastic grommet into each square hole. 5. Clean the front edge of the hood with the other alcohol pad from the kit. INSTALLATION Customer Information: The information in this installation instruction is intended for use only by skilled technicians who have the proper tools, equipment, and training to correctly and safely add equipment to your vehicle.… Read More
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 01-01-2014
Download CAUTION: This shock is pressurized to 250 psi nitrogen. The pressure is not an adjustable feature of the shock. Unless the reservoir bladder assembly leaks, the shock should not normally lose pressure. If, after an extended period of time or number of miles, the damping becomes soft or mushy, the shock may need to be serviced which includes shock oil and a nitrogen charge. In this situation, re-pressurizing the shock alone may not improve the action of the shock. The shock should be returned to Works Performance Products, Inc. or to a qualified shop that has the appropriate tools, training and nitrogen handling equipment. SHOCK TYPES Works Performance Products, Inc. constructs two types of shocks for the ST1100. Both have an integral reservoir (often referred to as a “piggyback” reservoir) . This reservoir increases the shock fluid capacity. This additional fluid helps dissipate heat generated by the damping in the shock.… Read More
Filed Under (Acura) by admin on 22-01-2014
Download 1. Clean and wax the area to be covered with a high-quality paste wax. 2. Open the moonroof. 3. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the areas where the EPT sealer will attach. 4. Remove the adhesive backing from the EPT sealer, and attach it to the roof in the area shown. 5. Insert a Phillips-head screw through each of the holes on the top of the visor; loosely install the clips and self-locking nuts. 6. Set the moonroof visor on the vehicle’s roof, forward of the moonroof opening, and adjust its position so it is equally spaced on all sides. 7. Attach a short strip of masking tape to both sides of the vehicle’s roof ahead of the point where the clips will attach to the moonroof opening. Remove the visor. 8. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean each corner where the protective tapes will attach; then remove the adhesive backing from one of the protective tapes, and attach the tape to the lip and underside of the moonroof opening, in line with the masking tape.… Read More
Filed Under (Acura) by admin on 07-04-2014
Download 1. Attach the masking tape to the upper part of the front door along the character line. Using a felt-tip pen, mark the masking tape 500 mm from the door edge. 2. Measure down from the masking tape and mark the door at the two points shown. Attach another piece of masking tape above the marks. 3. On the back of the left front body side molding, remove one inch of the adhesive backing from the four ends and tape them to the front of the body side molding. Remove the remaining adhesive backings. 4. Using one alcohol pad, clean the area where the side molding will attach. 5. Position the molding on the door and align it with the masking tape. Remove the masking tape. NOTE: If door edge guards are installed, match the rear edge of the left front body side molding with the door edge guard. 6.… Read More
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 08-02-2014
Important Notices y Remove all preload from rear suspension of motorcycle after initial installation of InstaTrike. Readjust preload as needed. y InstaTrike is designed for use on paved surfaces only . Use of InstaTrike on unpaved terrain may void warranty. y Installation of InstaTrike requires your motorcycle to be level. Some motorcycles are not level when on the center stand. Level the motorcycle by placing spacers under the center stand as needed y When installing trailer hitch attach all bolts and brackets loosely. After all bolts and brackets are in place tighten all bolts. y Using the enclosed wooden risers under each InstaTrike wheel may make installation and removal easier particularly if traction kit is installed.
Installation Checklist Review entire installation manual, Remove saddle bags and rear fender cover, Modify rear fender cover, Install receiver hitch and double check all bolts, Remount saddle bags, Assemble InstaTrike hitch cart, Attach InstaTrike to motorcycle via receiver hitch, Attach leanstop brace bolts to receiver hitch, Align InstaTrike wheels, Double check all bolts for tightness, Test ride InstaTrike slowly in an open area to familiarize yourself with handling characteristics.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 01-01-2014
Download Remove 1. Move the selector lever to position “N”. 2. Raise the vehicle. 3. Unhook the loops for the rear exhaust pipe. 4. Detach the front heat shield and slide it backwards. 5. Detach the bracket for the front exhaust pipe from the transmission crossmember and swivel it downwards. NOTE: Support the automatic transmission with a transmission jack. 6. Detach the transmission crossmember. 1Detach it from the body. 2Detach it from the automatic transmission. Lower the automatic transmission and remove the transmission jack. 7. Detach the selector lever. 1Unclip the link rod from the selector lever. 2Selector lever 3Nut 4Selector shaft. 8. Disconnect the plug of the TR switch and remove the TR switch. Install NOTE: The guide of the TR switch must engage with the groove of the selector shaft. 9. Install and adjust the TR switch. NOTE: Do not tighten the bolts. 1Attach the TR switch. 2Slide on the selector lever and turn the selector shaft anti-clockwise as far as the stop.… Read More
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 23-02-2014
Honda Fuel Pump Kit This kit provides all the part and instructions necessary to add an electric fuel pump to the Honda 20 or 24 engine.
Honda Electric Fuel Pump Installation Instructions – On the ignition side of engine, locate the 10 mm bolt at (1). Remove this bolt and attach the fuel pump . Ensure the fuel pump wires are facing upward. – Attach the other side of the fuel pump (2) to the engine cover using the self-tapping screw. – Attach fuel line (5) to the top and bottom of the fuel pump with hose clamps. The top fuel line goes to the opposite side of the engine and connects to the carburetor inlet. (Place the fuel line hose along the muffler side of the air cleaner. Attach the fuel hose to the air cleaner cover using the wire tie and screw.) – Attach the fuel pump black ground wire (6) to the 10 mm bolt located next to the valve cover.… Read More