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Congratulations, you have purchased the finest exhaust system available for your motorcycle. Your VANCE & HINES exhaust system is designed and crafted for maximum performance, a perfect fit, a great sound and unbeatable style! Important: Read the installation instructions carefully before you begin removing any parts from your motorcycle and if you have any questions, feel free to call our technical help line (562) 926-5291. REMOVING THE STOCK EXHAUST SYSTEM 1. Remove the two header flange nuts from the front and rear head pipes. 2. Remove the acorn nut located under the rear muffler. 3. Remove the two allen bolts located under the front muffler. 4. Remove the stock exhaust system from the motorcycle and set it aside. 5. Remove the two hex head bolts that attach the stock muffler mounting bracket to the frame of the motorcycle. Remove the muffler bracket and set it aside. 6. Remove the two rubber grommets and spacers from the stock muffler and the one grommet and spacer from the muffler mounting bracket. Set them aside with the the two mounting bolts, they will be reused during installation. INSTALLING YOUR NEW VANCE & HINES EXHAUST SYSTEM 1. Check the stock exhaust gaskets to be sure they are in good shape. If you have any doubts as to their condition, replace them. 2. Install the heat shield to the front head pipe using the three hose clamps (supplied). Unscrew all of the hose clamps (supplied) until they are completely loose. Feed the tail end of the hose clamp into the clips on the inside of both heat shields. Place the front head pipe into the heat shield, wrap the hose clamp around the head pipe and give the screw three to four turns, leaving heat shield loose on the head pipe. Repeat this step with the heat shield on the rear head pipe. Note: The screw end of the hose clamp should be accessible, but not visible when pipe is mounted on the bike. 3. Install the stock rubbber grommets and spacers into the three large holes on the V&H mounting bar (See figure 1). 4. Be sure the steel spacers are in place in the center of the grommets. Install the two allen bolts (from removal step #3) through the mounting bracket and into the frame. Leave them loose at this time. 5. Install the front head pipe with the heat shield attached, to the front cylinder using the stock...
CONGRATULATIONS! You have purchased the finest exhaust system available for your motorcycle. Your VANCE & HINES exhaust system is designed for today's rider, a rider who needs maximum performance, great styling and a perfect fitting system. Please follow the installation instructions below and if you have any questions, feel free to call our technical help line (562) 926-5291. Attention Installer: (if other than owner): Please forward this instruction sheet to the purchaser of this product. These instructions contain valuable information necessary to the end user. STOCK EXHAUST SYSTEM REMOVAL: Remove right side frame cover. Remove exhaust port flange nuts. Remove bolt securing muffler bracket to frame (located below swingarm pivot.) Remove flange bolt securing muffler bracket to passenger footpeg bracket. Remove complete exhaust system. Start by removing front head pipe from exhaust port (assistance may be required). VANCE & HINES EXHAUST SYSTEM INSTALLATION 1. Check condition of stock exhaust gaskets. Replace if damaged or worn. 2. Using stock mounting bolt, install, but do not tighten, supplied mounting bracket (stamped 373-P) in the original mounting bracket location behind passenger footpeg (Figure 1). Note: Make sure bracket is mounted in the right direction.
Installation Instructions for Mustang One-Piece Seat on 2009-2011 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Classic, 1700 Voyager, and 1700 Nomad Removal of stock seats 1. Use ignition key to unlock rear seat. Pull seat up and forward to remove from the bike. 2. Remove the front seat from the bike. 3. Turn rear seat over and remove stock mounting bracket. It must be transferred to the Mustang seat. 4. Install stock mounting bracket onto bottom of Mustang seat using the supplied bolts. Installation Instructions for Mustang One-Piece Seat on 2009-2011 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Classic, Voyager, and Nomad Installation of Mustang one-piece seat 1. Note the two mounting points for the Mustang seat; front nose tab, and key-latch bracket. 2. Rear bracket stays on fender but is not used. 3. Engage tab on front of Mustang seat onto frame. Push center of seat down onto key-latch bracket until it clicks into place These steps are guidelines to help you install your new Mustang product. If you need further assistance please call us at 800-243-1392, Monday through Friday 9:00 - 5:30 Eastern or send an e-mail to email@example.com or visit our website at www.mustangseats.com. For care and maintenance of our seats, please go to our website under "Support". Ref. part #’s 76600, 76601, 76602, 76603, 76604, 76605, 76606, 76607, 76608, 76609,...
You can read the recommendations in the user guide, the technical guide or the installation guide for KAWASAKI VULCAN 900. You'll find the answers to all your questions on the KAWASAKI VULCAN 900 in the user manual (information, specifications, safety advice, size, accessories, etc.). Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide. User manual KAWASAKI VULCAN 900 User guide KAWASAKI VULCAN 900 Operating instructions KAWASAKI VULCAN 900 Instructions for use KAWASAKI VULCAN 900 Instruction manual KAWASAKI VULCAN 900. in.) 88 x 74.2 mm 9.5:1 SOHC, 4 valves/cylinder Liquid Digital Fuel Injection with dual 34mm throttle bodies TCBI with digital advance Electric 5-speed with Positive Neutral Finder Kevlar belt Double-cradle, high-tensile steel 32º/164 mm (6.5 in.) 41mm hydraulic telescopic fork Single shock with 7-way preload adjustment 130/90-16 180/70-15 Single 300mm disc with 2-piston calipers / 270mm hydraulic disc with 2-piston calipers 1645 mm (64.8 in.) 680 mm (26.8 in.) 20 litres (4. 4 gallons) 281 kg (619 lbs.) Vulcan® 900 classic lT 4-stroke V-Twin 903cc (55 cu. in.) 88 x 74.2 mm 9. 5:1 SOHC, 4 valves/cylinder Liquid Digital Fuel Injection with dual 34mm throttle bodies TCBI with digital advance Electric 5-speed with Positive Neutral Finder Kevlar belt Double-cradle, high-tensile steel 32º/164 mm (6.5 in.) 41mm hydraulic telescopic fork Single shock with 7-way preload adjustment 130/90-16 180/70-15 Single 300mm disc with 2-piston calipers / 270mm hydraulic disc with 2-piston calipers 1645 mm (64.8 in.) 680 mm (26. 8 in.) 20 litres (4.4 gallons) 298 kg (656 lbs.) Vulcan® 900 custom 4-stroke V-Twin 903cc (55 cu. in.) 88 x 74.2 mm 9.5:1 SOHC, 4 valves/cylinder Liquid Digital Fuel Injection with dual 34mm throttle bodies TCBI with digital advance Electric 5-speed with Positive Neutral Finder Kevlar belt Double-cradle, high-tensile steel 33º/182 mm (7.2 in.) 41mm hydraulic telescopic fork Single shock with 7-way preload adjustment 80/90R-21 180/70-15 Single 300mm disc with 2-piston calipers / 270mm hydraulic disc with 2-piston calipers 1645 mm (64. 8 in.) 685 mm (27 in.) 20 litres (4.4 gallons) 277 kg (610 lbs.) Up to Two-Year Warranty Your new Vulcan 900 Custom and 900 Classic motorcycles come with a 12-month/unlimited mileage limited factory warranty and your new Vulcan 900 Classic LT comes with a 24-month/unlimited mileage limited factory warranty. Read the next paragraph to find out how you can extend your coverage inexpensively, or ask your dealer for details about the factory warranty and available extended coverage. Up to Three Years Additional Coverage* Let Kawasaki protect your new machine for years to come* with the exclusive Good TimesTM Protection Plan. This plan repairs or replaces most components free of charge if found defective in material or workmanship. Everything about the plan is easy: There's no deductible. It's honored at every authorized Kawasaki motorcycle dealer nationwide.
Zend's new PHP 5 Certification Exam represent an excellent tool for professional PHP developers who want to distinguish themselves in their field. php|architect's Zend PHP 5 Certification Study Guide, edited and produced by the publishers of php|architect magazine, provides the most comprehensive and thorough preparation tool for developers who wish to take the exam. This book provides complete coverage of every topic that is part of the exam, including: ✔ PHP Basics ✔ Functions ✔ Arrays ✔ Strings and Patterns ✔ Web Programming ✔ Object Oriented Programming ✔ Database Programming ✔ Object-oriented Design ✔ XML and Web Services ✔ Security ✔ Streams and Network Programming ✔ Differences Between PHP 4 and 5 NEW IN THE SECOND EDITION: advanced database topics (PDO/mysqli), errata, new examples, and much, much more! php|architect’s Guide to Programming With Zend Framework php|architect’s Zend PHP 5 Certification Study Guide Guide to Programming with ZEND FRAMEWORK From the publishers of Shelve under PHP/Web Development/Internet Programming 7.50 x 9.25 Licensed to: Wei Dai firstname.lastname@example.org User #39728 Cal Evans MSRP $32.99 USD .571 Cal Evans 7.50 x 9.25 by Cal Evans Licensed to 39728 - Wei Dai (email@example.com) php|architect’s Guide to Programming with Zend Framework...
Social enterprise is a movement unified by a proposition: that we can change the world by changing the way we do business. This report was written by Frank Villeneuve-Smith and Charlotte Chung, with support from Celia Richardson, Nick Temple and Fran Gorman. Social enterprises are businesses trading for social and environmental purposes. Rather than maximising private profit, their aim is to generate profit to further their social and environmental goals. They want to make the world – or at least their community – a better place. The research was designed by Charlotte Chung and Ceri Jones, with support from Lys Coleman. The field work was carried out by BMG research. Social Enterprise UK would like to thank The Royal Bank of Scotland Group for their sponsorship of this report, and particularly, Sarah Wright for her support. We would like to thank Dai Powell of HCT Group for the generous ‘loan’ of Frank Villeneuve-Smith to work on the project. And thank you also to everyone at Social Enterprise UK, especially, Sam Simmons, Ólöf Jónsdóttir, Ruty Geva and Charlie Wigglesworth. We would like to thank the following organisations for sharing their contacts with us to take part in this survey – Co-operatives UK, National Housing Federation, Locality, Social Enterprise East of England, Social Firms UK, and UnLtd – as well as the many organisations who promoted this survey through their networks. We would also like to thank Fergus Lyon and Rob Baldock (Third Sector Research Centre) and David Floyd for their support. Finally, our thanks to the social enterprises that took time out of busy schedules to take part in this research and the social enterprises that spared the time to be photographed for the report – Belu, Bounce Back, Connection Crew, Elvis & Kresse and Ministry of Stories.
Zend Framework is based on simplicity, object-oriented best practices, corporate friendly licensing, and a rigorously tested agile codebase. Zend Framework is focused on building more secure, reliable, and modern Web 2.0 applications & web services, and consuming widely available APIs from leading vendors like google, amazon, flickr as well as API providers. Frameworks and best practices mean reduced training costs and quicker timeto-market – important factors in adoption decisions. Built so you can pick and choose just the pieces you need to turbocharge your web applications – all your developers know where to find their PHP / Zend Framework code, speeding new development and reducing maintenance costs. Zend Framework also provides an advanced model-view-controller (MVC) implementation that can be used to establish a basic structure for your ZF applications. Model- View-Controller : Model - This is the part of your application that defines its basic functionality behind a set of abstractions. Data access routines and some business logic can be defined in the model. View - Views define exactly what is presented to the user. Usually controllers pass data to each view to render in some format. Views will often collect data from the user, as well. This is where you're likely to find HTML markup in your MVC applications.
Secure Programming with the Zend-Framework Stefan Esser June 2009 - Amsterdam Who I am? Stefan Esser • from Cologne / Germany • Information-Security since 1998 • PHP Core Developer since 2001 • Month of PHP Bugs and Suhosin • Head of Research and Development at SektionEins GmbH Stefan Esser • Secure Programming with the Zend-Framework • June 2009 • 2 Part I Introduction Stefan Esser • Secure Programming with the Zend-Framework • June 2009 • 3 Introduction • Using the Zend-Framework got very popular in the last years • Growing request of security for Zend-Framework based applications • Books/Talks/Seminars concentrate on secure programming of PHP applications without a framework • Using a framework requires different ways to implement protections • Some frameworks come with their own security features Stefan Esser • Secure Programming with the Zend-Framework • June 2009 • 4 Topics • Authentication • Input Validation and Input Filtering • SQL Security • Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Protection • Session Management Security • Cross Site Scripting (XSS) Protection Stefan Esser • Secure Programming with the Zend-Framework • June 2009 • 5