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Haynes Motorcycle Modifying Manual


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Practical advice, accompanied by photographic step-by-step procedures, on the fitting of bolt-on aftermarket parts and accessories to typical superbikes. Areas covered include exhaust systems and end cans, screens, undertrays and bodypanels, rear sets and clip-ons, steering dampers, upgrades to shocks and brake parts, engine mods and power improvers, instrumentation and lighting add-ons.
There are thousands of performance products available to make your bike look and feel like those on the race track and to give it an individual identity. Many are simply 'bolt-on' and can be installed easily in the home workshop, whereas others require a little more ingenuity and forethought than might first be believed.
The Motorcycle Modifying Manual discusses the pros and cons of fitting bolt-on aftermarket products, how to select the right items for your Superbike and how to fit them. Typical items have been fitted in the Haynes workshop and their procedures carefully set out in photographic sequence.
The motorcycle aftermarket is massive, with a vast array of components available for today's superbikes. Some owners limit changes to a screen, undertray and end can, whereas others pursue the more exotic world of carbon fibre race components and serious engine mods. The aim is the same, to improve on the standard bike and give it an individual identity - the difference is in the financial investment.
The aim of this book is to show how to fit many of the popular aftermarket components, and in the Haynes tradition, to pass on the hints and tips gained from doing the work ourselves on a year 2000 Honda CBR929RR-Y. Fitting instructions are supplied with most aftermarket parts; a few are comprehensive and supported by further information on their maker's websites, but others may either assume a high level of knowledge on the part of the owner or be woefully inadequate. The Motorcycle Modifying Manual, together with the appropriate Haynes workshop manual for your machine, put an experienced modifier and mechanic at your fingertips.

Note: Boeken zijn in het engels.

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Practical advice, accompanied by photographic step-by-step procedures, on the fitting of bolt-on aftermarket parts and accessories to typical superbikes. Areas covered include exhaust systems and end cans, screens, undertrays and bodypanels, rear sets and clip-ons, steering dampers, upgrades to shocks and brake parts, engine mods and power improvers, instrumentation and lighting add-ons.
There are thousands of performance products available to make your bike look and feel like those on the race track and to give it an individual identity. Many are simply 'bolt-on' and can be installed easily in the home workshop, whereas others require a little more ingenuity and forethought than might first be believed.
The Motorcycle Modifying Manual discusses the pros and cons of fitting bolt-on aftermarket products, how to select the right items for your Superbike and how to fit them. Typical items have been fitted in the Haynes workshop and their procedures carefully set out in photographic sequence.
The motorcycle aftermarket is massive, with a vast array of components available for today's superbikes. Some owners limit changes to a screen, undertray and end can, whereas others pursue the more exotic world of carbon fibre race components and serious engine mods. The aim is the same, to improve on the standard bike and give it an individual identity - the difference is in the financial investment.
The aim of this book is to show how to fit many of the popular aftermarket components, and in the Haynes tradition, to pass on the hints and tips gained from doing the work ourselves on a year 2000 Honda CBR929RR-Y. Fitting instructions are supplied with most aftermarket parts; a few are comprehensive and supported by further information on their maker's websites, but others may either assume a high level of knowledge on the part of the owner or be woefully inadequate. The Motorcycle Modifying Manual, together with the appropriate Haynes workshop manual for your machine, put an experienced modifier and mechanic at your fingertips.

Note: Boeken zijn in het engels.

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