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Exhaust System Installation - Borla
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Precision manufactured using high quality austenitic stainless steel; this system is designed to endure years of heavy use. Installing a Borla Performance Exhaust System on your vehicle will eliminate the restrictive design of the stock exhaust, allowing your engine to discharge exhaust gas easier. The result is more horsepower and torque, longer engine life, and a distinctive throaty growl- all this, with easy bolt-on installation. These installation instructions have been written to help you in the installation of your Borla Performance Exhaust System. Please read it completely before installing your system. Thank you for purchasing a Borla Performance Cat-Back™ Exhaust System. Borla Performance Cat-Back™ Exhaust System (Part number 140283) has been designed for the 2007-2008 Honda Civic SI sedan equipped with a 2.0L 4 cylinder engine, front wheel and a manual transmission. Borla Performance Cat-Back™ Exhaust System (Part number 140284) has been designed for the 2007-2008 Honda Civic SI coupe equipped with a 2.0L 4 cylinder engine, front wheel and a manual transmission. Borla Performance Industries recommends that an exhaust shop or professional after market parts installer, who has all the necessary equipment, tools and experienced personnel needed for proper installation, should perform the installation of this system. However, if you decide to perform the installation, we recommend someone should help you. Ensure the installer uses all under car safety precautions including eye protection. Please take time to read and understand the following… By installing your Borla Performance Exhaust System, you indicate that you have read this document and you agree with the terms...

DAYTONA 675 | DAYTONA 675R - Triumph Motorcycles

P R O D U C T I N F O R M AT I O N ENGINE The heart of the new Daytona is its new engine, which brings more performance and a subtly new character too. The key change is the wider bore and shorter stroke dimensions, allowing a higher 14,400rpm rev limit to gain more power and a broader spread of usable revs. Facilitating this is the new block, separate from the upper crankcase and with ceramic coated aluminium bores so it can be made stronger to cope with the higher pressures. Power is up 3PS to 128PS (126bhp, 94.2kW), peaking earlier at 12,600rpm and revving on for longer. The torque maximum is 2Nm higher at 75Nm (55.3lb.ft, 7.63kgm), with an increase across the rev range. CHASSIS The new Daytona 675 frame uses fewer sections in its construction for a cleaner, stronger design and has sharper geometry and a shorter wheelbase to make full use of the revised mass distribution. The rear subframe, constructed from high pressure die cast aluminium, not only looks fantastic but contributes to the slim sharp design at the rear of the bike. SILENCER The exhaust system is a compact and purposeful new unit that neatly sits beneath the engine. This helps to centralise the bike’s mass and move the weight forward, key factors in making the new Daytona even more agile and yet more stable at speed too. TRANSMISSION The transmission features a new slip-assist clutch to provide a lighter lever action and help prevent rear wheel hop under heavy braking. This is aided by the engine management which opens the throttle butterflies to reduce engine braking.

2006-2008 Triumph Daytona 675 - HeliBars

WARNING: IMPROPER INSTALLATION COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. HAVE A QUALIFIED MECHANIC INSTALL YOUR HELIBARS®. ***Please note that the bars are clearly marked. Engraved with TS675L for the left bar and TS675R for the right bar*** The new TracStar is a direct bolt on replacement for the stock factory clip-ons on 2006-07 Daytona 675s. No modifications are required for installation and all cables, hydraulic lines and wire looms remain in the stock locations. 1. Remove bar end damper weights. The tool shown in photo 1 is ideal for holding smooth surfaces and is available at Sears. Use a 3mm hex drive to remove damper screw. 2. Remove the two 5mm socket head cap screws that position and hold the bars to the bottom of the triple clamp. See photo 2. Use a 4mm hex drive. 3. Remove the top triple clamp. Loosen the two fork tube pinch bolts. It is not necessary to remove them, just make sure they’re very loose. Loosen and remove the steering stem nut. Use a 38mm (1 ½”) socket. Place the triple clamp on a rag in front of the fork tubes. 4. Remove front brake reservoir from factory bracket. Loosen and remove bolt and lock nut. They will be re-used but the factory mount should be stored with the right handlebar. 5. Remove the right factory clip-on: a. Remove the cap clamp that holds master cylinder to the bar. Remove from bar and rest on a rag. b. Loosen the two screws that clamp the throttle housing enough to let it move freely c. Hold the throttle cables up and remove the two screws and cover that hold the right control housing in place. Remove from right bar (see photo 3). d. Loosen right bar fork tube pinch bolt. Use a 6mm hex drive. Slide up fork tube and withdraw the stock bar from throttle housing. 6. Install the right TracStar clip-on. (The right bar has the reservoir mount attached in shipping). a. Remove the screw, washer and the reservoir mount before installing. Set them aside for now. This is necessary because the mount blocks the TracStars’ fork clamping pinch bolts. b. Slide the throttle housing onto the right TracStar clip-on until it is flush with the end ...

New Daytona Race Kit Manual.fm - Triumph Motorcycles

2011 Triumph Daytona 675 and Daytona 675R New for 2011 is the Daytona 675R, a highly specified version of the award-winning Daytona 675 fitted with racespecification suspension and brake components as standard. To create the definitive version of the Daytona 675, Triumph turned to Swedish suspension specialists Öhlins. Together the companies specified Öhlins’ 43mm NIX30 forks and TTX36 rear monoshock units normally reserved for racetrack use and very close relatives of the items used on the championship winning MotoGP and world superbike machines. The iconic gold anodised forks feature 30mm cartridge internals, offering full compression and rebound damping and preload adjustment. At the rear, the TTX36 shock is smaller and lighter than previous Öhlins shocks and features a clever twin tube design for improved rider feedback. This twin tube technology creates positive pressure build up on both the compression and rebound stroke, guaranteeing a well-balanced action. As one would expect from such a quality unit, the TTX36 unit features a wide range of adjustment for preload, compression and rebound damping, the latter two made through separate adjusters on the top of the unit. As further evidence of the bike’s track capability, both front and rear suspension units come equipped to accept the sensors required for running datalogging equipment. Stopping the Daytona 675 are new Brembo monoblock calipers gripping 308mm discs and fitted with race arrangement braided brake lines and a bespoke 18mm Brembo radial master cylinder. The feedback and stopping power offered by this rigid four-piston set-up provides the kind of outstanding stopping power one would expect from a top-of-the-range sports machine. A full range of race parts are available to further develop the Daytona 675 and Daytona 675R under ...

Installation Instructions - Two Brothers Racing

Installation Instructions 2. Attach TBR muffler bracket using OEM mounting hardware. Check for clearance and alignment, then tighten all the bolts in this order: X-ring bolts, muffler mount, and finally barrel clamp. Loosen OEM muffler clamp. 3. Attach muffler to TBR slip system using the supplied X-ring, 8x20mm socket head cap screws and lock washers that are provided, leave loose for now. Slide rubber lined muffler clamp and barrel clamp on and install to bike. 8. Make sure the bike is completely cool before starting the installation. Make sure the bike is secure on a centerstand or ideally a service lift. 6. 7. 1. Remove OEM muffler mounting hardware. Save for use with TBR muffler. Honda CBR500R V.A.L.E.™ Slip-on Exhaust System with M-2 Exhaust Canister Part # 005-366040xV 4. Remove OEM muffler assembly. OEM gasket will not be used with TBR exhaust. IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ CAREFULLY Two Brothers Racing products are intended for closed course competition purposes only. We recommend that this performance part be installed by a qualified motorcycle technician. If you have any doubts as to your ability to install this performance part, please consult with your local motorcycle dealer. Read all instructions first before starting installation. Make sure the motorcycle and exhaust system are completely cool before starting the installation. Also, make sure the bike is secure on a centerstand or ideally a service lift during installation. Be sure to save all stock components for possible use later. 5. Install TBR slip tube and TBR supplied barrel clamp. Leave loose for now. Installation Instructions Honda CBR500R 9. V.A.L.E.™ Slip-on Exhaust System with M-2 Exhaust Canister Part # 005-366040xV Before you run the bike, clean off all fingerprints and dirt, as any oily residue will etch the metal and become somewhat permanent when the system gets hot. Run the bike and enjoy. It is normal for some white smoke to appear the first time you start the bike. This is packing/manufacturing oil from inside the pipe burning off. Check for gaps or leaks. If you find a leak, a little high temperature silicon sealant should fix it. After 50 to 100 miles, recheck all fasteners for tightness.

VEHICLE INDENTIFICATION NUMBER LOCATION - edoqs

VIN DETAILS The VIN consists of 17 characters 1. World Manufacturer’s Code 2. Vehicle Line 3. Model & Series 4. Body Type 5. Restraint System (Front Seat) 6 : Engine Type 7. Check Digit 8. Production Year 9. Production Plant 10. Vehicle Production Sequence Number KMH – Hyundai Motor Company, Korea C: LC, Lci 3: 3 Door sedan 4: 4 Door sedan 5: 5 Door sedan F: Standard G: Deluxe H: Super deluxe 0: Both sides (None) 1: Both sides (A/Belt) 2: Both sides (P/Belt) 3: D/Side (A/Belt & A/Bag), P/Side (A/Belt & P/Belt) 4: Both sides (A/Belt & A/Bag) 5: Depowered (A/Bag) B: 1495 DOHC F: 1341 SOHC G: 1495 SOHC Mathematically determined to validate frame numbers ; 0 – 9, X W: 1998 X: 1999 Y: 2000 I: 2001 U: Ulsan Plant (Korea) M: Chennal (INDIA) 000001-999999 Page 3 HYUNDAI ACCENT ENGINE NUMBER DETAILS The engine identification number consists of 11 digits. 1. Engine Fuel 2. Engine Range 3. Engine Development Order 4. Engine Capacity 5. Production Year 6. Engine Production Sequence Number G: Gasoline L: LPG D: Diesel 4: In-line 4 cycle 4 cylinder A-Z A: 1.3 SOHC (MPI/CARB) B: 1.5 SOHC C: 1.5 DOHC W:1998 X:1999 Y:2000 1:2001 000001–999999 TRANSAXLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER LOCATION Description (Manual Transaxle) 1. Model 2. Model Year 3. Number of Teeth 3. Serial No. H: M5AF3 W:1998 X: 1999 Y: 2000 20: 73→1.3 (SOHC), 1.5 (SOHC) 19: 73→1.5 (DOHC) 18: 73→1.3 (Carburetor) 000001–999999 Page 4 HYUNDAI ACCENT Description (Automatic Transaxle) 1. Model 2. Product Year 3. Final gear ratio 4. Classification of detail 5. Spare 6. Serial No. T: A4AF3 W: 1998 X: 1999 Y: 2000 L: 3.656(1.3SOHC, 1.5DOHC, LCi1.5SOHC) K: 3.443(1.5SOHC, LCi1.3SOHC) C: 1.3SOHC, 1.5DOHC, 1.5SOHC(LCi) A: 1.5SOHC, 1.3SOHC(LCi)

Wagner Brake Pressure Differential Valve Rebuild | Muscle Car ...

Wagner Brake Pressure Differential Valve Rebuild | Muscle Car Research LLC 8/25/10 8:03 AM Home Wagner Brake Pressure Differential Valve Rebuild Sun, 05/30/2010 - 11:17am — SAH This document describes how to rebuild the Wagner brake pressure differential valve (sometimes called a "distribution block") and front disk brake pressure control valve (sometimes called a "proportioning valve") used on Ford and Lincoln/Mercury vehicles by replacing the internal parts that typically wear out after years of service. Tools needed: 5/8" socket or box wrench Clean brake fluid 1/2" socket or box wrench Liquid ammonia 9/16" open end or box wrench Isopropyl alcohol Needle-nose pliers Steel wool Dental pick (or other small, pointed tool) .38 caliber bore brush Heat gun Cotton swabs Small drywall screw The rebuild kit provided by Muscle Car Research LLC includes the following parts: O-rings Proportioning valve spring X-rings Copper crush washer The Wagner valves are identified by Ford engineering numbers that are stamped into the body of the valve. The parts in this kit can be used to rebuild the following valves (identified by both service part number and engineering part number): Valve Type Pressure Control Valve (Proportioning Valve) Pressure Differential Valve (Distribution Valve) Pressure Differential Valve (Distribution Valve) Pressure Differential Valve (Distribution Valve) Service Part Number Engineering Number(s) C7OZ-2B091-B C7OA-2B091-A, -C, C9OA-2B091-A C7ZZ-2B257-D C7ZA-2B257-E C8OA-2B257-J C8OZ-2B257-B C8ZZ-2B257-A C8ZA-2B257-E1, -E2, -G1, -G2, -J1, -J2, -L1 Arrange your valve, tools, and rebuild kit on a clean work surface. Let's get started! The first step is to inspect the valve and make sure that the exterior is undamaged. Check the port threads for damage. Make sure the valve is securely attached to the mounting bracket. A loose mounting bracket can be tightened up by lightly tapping the brass mounting tab with a ball peen hammer. If any of the brass port threads are stripped or damaged you're better off finding another valve. If your valve passes the exterior inspection you're ready to disassemble it and inspect the internal parts. http://www.musclecarresearch.com/valve-rebuild-wagner Page 1 of 5 Wagner Brake Pressure Differential Valve Rebuild | Muscle Car Research LLC 8/25/10 8:03 AM Disassemble valve: Use the wrenches or sockets to remove the brass fittings and the warning lamp switch. The piston inside the proportioning valve can be difficult to remove due to rust from a deteriorating spring. Whatever you do, do not attempt to push the piston out from behind by banging on it! There are small brass tabs in the end of the piston that will almost certainly be damaged (making the piston useless) if you try to force it out that way. The piston can usually be removed by threading a small drywall screw into the visible end of the piston and pulling after applying heat to the open end of the valve. Do not heat the valve so much that it might melt the plastic and rubber pieces at the other end of the piston! If heat and pulling don't work immediately, try soaking the piston with a good penetrating oil. Here's what you can expect to find after you've removed the piston, seals, and spring: Here's the piston from inside the distribution valve: Inspect the bores once the pistons have been removed. If the bores aren't perfectly smooth you should either replace the affected valve body or have the bores professionally sleeved. http://www.musclecarresearch.com/valve-rebuild-wagner Page 2 of 5 Wagner Brake Pressure Differential Valve Rebuild | Muscle Car Research LLC 8/25/10 8:03 AM Remove old rings and seals: Remove the old rings and seals from the disassembled parts. A dental pick makes it easy to get under the o-rings.

Wagner Update
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Catalog Supplement to June, 2001 WC900 Wagner Brake Products Catalog From the World Leader in Brake Pads™ ACURA 3.0CL F BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand 1999 - 1998 Wagner Part # Product Description BD125671 F DISC BRAKE ROTOR Notes R BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand 1999 - 1998 Wagner Part # Product Description BD125568 R DISC BRAKE ROTOR Notes 3.2CL F BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand Part # Product Description 2001 ThermoQuiet PD787 F PREM ORGANIC PADS 2001 QuickStop ZD787 Notes F ORGANIC PADS R BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand 2001 ThermoQuiet Part # Product Description PD536 R PREM ORGANIC PADS Notes 3.2TL F BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand Part # Product Description 2002 - 2000 ThermoQuiet PD787 F PREM ORGANIC PADS 2002 - 2000 QuickStop ZD787 F ORGANIC PADS 1999 Wagner BD125674 Notes F DISC BRAKE ROTOR R BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand Part # Product Description 2002 - 2000 ThermoQuiet PD536 R PREM ORGANIC PADS 1999 Wagner BD125670 Notes R DISC BRAKE ROTOR 3.5RL F BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand Part # Product Description 2002 - 2000 ThermoQuiet PD787 F PREM ORGANIC PADS 2002 - 2000 QuickStop ZD787 Notes F ORGANIC PADS R BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand 2002 - 2000 ThermoQuiet Part # Product Description PD536 R PREM ORGANIC PADS Notes INTEGRA F BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand Part # Product Description Notes 2000 ThermoQuiet PD503 F PREM ORGANIC PADS Type R 2000 QuickStop ZD503 F ORGANIC PADS Type R 2000 Wagner BD125518 F DISC BRAKE ROTOR Type R 2000 Wagner BD61982 F DISC BRAKE ROTOR Exc. Type R Tuesday, April 02, 2002 Page 1 of 72 ACURA TRUCK MDX R BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand 2001 ThermoQuiet Part # Product Description PD865 R PREM ORGANIC PADS Notes Part # Product Description Notes BD125179 R BRAKE DRUM USA Built; 7 3/32 X 1 3/8 AMC-EAGLE SUMMIT R BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand 1992 - 1991 Wagner TALON F BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand Part # Product Description Notes 1998 Wagner BD125032 F DISC BRAKE ROTOR 2 WHEEL DRIVE/FWD/RWD 1997 Wagner BD125348 F DISC BRAKE ROTOR 4 WHEEL/ALL WHEEL DRIVE 1994 - 1993 Wagner BD125348 F DISC BRAKE ROTOR 4 WHEEL/ALL WHEEL DRIVE; w/o ABS Part # Product Description Notes BD125716 F DISC BRAKE ROTOR Full cast rotor Notes AMC-JEEP TRUCK CHEROKEE F BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand 2001 - 1999 Wagner R BRK PADS/SHOES,ROTORS/DRUMS Year Range Brand Part # Product Description...

1 10/11 ACCESSORIES CATALOG REVISED ON ... - AF1 Racing

ENGINE GUARD KIT 983152 The dedicated engine guard kit is made of black powder coated steel and ensures effective protection of the engine from low speed drops. Compatable with the optional foglight support and aluminum engine guard. Le kit de protection moteur est fabriqué en acier avec un revêtement spécial de couleur noire et assure une protection efficace du moteur en cas de chute à faible allure. Compatible avec le support anti-brouillard optionnel et le sabot moteur en aluminium. Aluminum BELLY PAN 983153 983153 The aluminum bellypan is made of 3mm thick high-strength aluminum alloy, to offer protection of the oil pan from impact or gravel kicked from the front wheel, assists in engine cooling. Compatable with the engine guard kit. Le sabot moteur aluminium est fait en alliage aluminium haute résistance (3mm d’épaisseur) offre une protection du carter d’huile contre les chocs, le gravier chassé par la roue avant et participe au froidissement du moteur. Compatible avec le kit de protection moteur. FINAL DRIVE GUARD 983173 983173 Protects the end of the swing arm/drive shaft from bumps or low speed drops, made of powder coated steel. Also works with Breva 1100, Breva 1200 Sport, Griso 1100, Griso 1200, Norge 1200 GT. Protège l’extrémité du bras oscillant / arbre de transmission des chocs à basse vitesse ou chutes à faible allure, en acier avec un revêtement spécial de couleur noire. Fonctionne également avec Breva 1100, Breva 1200 Sport, Griso 1100, Griso 1200, Norge 1200 GT. TOM TOM RIDER 2 INSTALLATION KIT 983151 983151 Specially designed to mount the Tom Tom to the Stelvio, this mounting bracket is billet aluminum, mounting hardware and replaces part of the handlebar mount. Works with the dedicated power connector already on the Stelvio. Spécialement conçu pour fixer le navigateur par satellite Tom Tom sur le modèle Stelvio, ce support est en aluminium usiné, remplace une partie du guidon. Fonctionne avec le connecteur d’alimentation déjà disponible sur le modèle Stelvio. HEATED HANDGRIPS 983155 2 983155 The heated grip kit allows year round riding by helping keep your hands warm. 3 levels of heat available, increasing the comfort of travel during the colder periods. Works with the hardware and software already programmed into the Stelvio, uses the vehicle display and left mode switch. Display allows the rider to quickly and easily see the on / off and the level of heat selected, please see vehicle owners manual for instructions on use.

BREVA 1200 4V - Moto Guzzi Australia
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The beauty of Moto Guzzis lies in the combination of pure, highly visible style underlined by their elegance and sophistication. Items like the V 90 transverse twin engine, the single-sided rear swingarm and the “Reactive” shaft drive system are integral parts of a design that encompasses solidity and flexibility yet offers an original character that is closely tied to Moto Guzzi’s history. The key design element of the Breva 1200 4V is its ability to send the message of an engine specifically engineered for touring but nonetheless more than capable of behaving like a sports machine when asked to do so. This impression is reinforced by the streamlined side view of the bike that creates a sense of balance between the large fuel tank with its side panels and the saddle/tail unit that further adds to the overall look of this motorcycle. BREVA 1200 4V TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Engine 90° V-twin with 2 valves per cylinder. Capacity 1,151cc Power 68kW (91HP) Torque 96Nm Gear Box 6 speed transmission. Front Brakes Ø 320mm stainless steel floating disc, brembo caliper, 4 opposed pistons. Rear Brakes Single Ø 282mm stainless steel fixed disc, with floating Brembo caliper with 2 parallel pistons. Front Suspension 45mm adjustable front fork. Rear Suspension SINGLE SIDE SWING ARM, MONOSHOCK WITH ADJUSTABLE SPRING PRELOAD AND REBOUND DAMPING. Wheels FRONT: 3.5” x 17” REAR: 6.0” x 17” Front Tyre 120/70/17 Rear Tyre 180/55/17 Dry Weight 248kg Seat Height 800mm Tank Capacity (include reserve) 23l (4l reserve) BLACK

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