The service repair manual gives us explanation regarding water temperature switch, brake, lower fairing, oil pressure switch, valve, spark plug, camshaft, fork, ignition, camshaft chain, brake hose, shaft, bolts, wheel, clutch cable, shift, sprocket, and front master cylinder. Inside this service repair manual we can get information like crankshaft, regulator rectifier, battery, vacuum switch valve, fairing, plug, cable, motor, pump, piston ring, clutch, starter motor, bolt, drive chain, front fork, cylinder, and radiator.
There are lots of discussion regarding crankshaft sensor, cover, turn signal light, brake fluid, pin, carburetor, starter, coolant, steering stem, turn signal, ignition coil, hose, rear brake, mounting bolts, valve seat, cap, and exhaust pipe are presented inside this service repair manual. Below are some excerpt from the service repair manual:
Connect the push rod clevis to the brake pedal with the joint pin. the cotter pin of it securely. • Install the brake line and bend the endBleeding). Bleed (see Brake Line • Check the brake for good braking power, no brake drag • and no brake fluid leakage. WARNING Do not attempt to drive the motorcycle until a full brake pedal is obtained by pumping the brake pedal and the pads are against the disc. The brake will not function on the first application of the pedal if this is not done.
In addition, the service repair manual presents more around torque, cable wire, caliper, ignition switch, steering, radiator fan switch, fuel tank, ring, switch, clamp, lower fairing removal, light, temperature switch, shock absorber, tank, cylinder head, and crankcase.