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STOCK EXHAUST SYSTEM REMOVAL 1. Remove right side frame cover. 2. If motorcycle is oxygen sensor equipped, locate and unplug connector(s). Remove wire tie (take note of harness routing for reassembly). Remove sensor(s) from exhaust system. Note: Use caution when handling. Do not handle sensor tip area, store in a safe dry place for reassembly. 3. Remove allen head screw, holding rear brake master cylinder reservoir and cover. 4. Remove footpeg flange head bolts. Carefully lower right foot peg assembly, with rear brake reservoir attached. Note: Use caution when handling brake line. 5. Remove exhaust port flange nuts. 6. Remove flange bolts securing rear muffler mount to exhaust system mounting bar. 7. Remove complete exhaust system. Start by removing front head pipe from exhaust port (assistance may be required). 8. Remove rectifier from mounting bar. 9. Remove stock (cast iron) exhaust system mounting bar. VANCE & HINES EXHAUST SYSTEM INSTALLATION Figure 2 1. Check condition of stock exhaust gaskets. Replace if damaged or worn. Arrows indicate direction of clamp 2. Install and tighten supplied mounting bracket (stamped 328-P) in the original mounting bar location, using one M10x35 flange heads bolt and nut on top (supplied) and one M10x20 flange bolt on bottom (supplied) (Figure 1). 3. Install and tighten rectifier using M6x30 flange bolt and nut combinations (supplied). 4. Place heat shields on a non-abrasive surface such as a blanket or carpet. Mark outside surface of front and rear heat shields with location of mounting clips that are welded to the inside Figure 3 using a felt tip marker (Figure 4). 5. Install each heat shield over its respective head pipe (Figure 2). End tip removal may be necessary. 6. Reinstall end tips if removal was necessary. Each end tip must engage both muffler body and heat shield. Align end tip screw holes w/heat shields. Install and tighten 1/4-20 button head allen screws (supplied). Removable thread locking compound is Mark recommended on end tip screws. Note: Align heat shield outside Feed clamp openings so baffle screws are accessible (Figure 5). surface through clips 7. Install each hose clamp by feeding tail end of clamp into heat shield clip. Take note of clamp screw head direction (Figures 3 Figure 4 & 4). Screw head should be accessible when system is installed
Installation Overview Place the SENSOR immediately next to the driveway to maximize the sensing range, but at least 25 feet from roadways, neighbor’s driveways or large moving metal objects. The cable connecting the SENSOR and TRANSMITTER allows for the placement of the TRANSMITTER away from the driveway in the concealment of landscape or closer to the RECEIVER. Up to 400 ft. range from transmitter to receiver Senses vehicles and large moving metal objects within a 12 ft. radius The approximate transmitting range from the TRANSMITTER to the RECEIVER is 400 ft. Range can vary depending on environmental conditions such as RF interference and topography. Some adjustment may be required. NOTE: DO NOT place the TRANSMITTER in the direct path of a sprinkler. The TRANSMITTER is water resistant but not waterproof. If you don’t use the full length of signal cable from the SENSOR to the TRANSMITTER, coil the extra cable and bury it beside the transmitter stake. Place Driveway Sensor at least 25 ft. from roadways, neighbor’s driveways to prevent false signals ROADWAY For Optimum Performance: • Locate the SENSOR as far as possible away from power transformers, power lines, underground gas line, and telephone lines. • Locate the SENSOR away from general moving traffic to prevent unwanted activation. Remember that the SENSOR detects MAGNETIC DISTURBANCES caused by a vehicle’s mass and velocity. • Range distance is approximate and will vary due to outside interference, type of soil, vehicle mass, speed, etc. • It is recommended that you run the Signal Cable inside PVC conduit to prevent accidental damage. • Do not run the Signal Cable in conduit with other wires such as AC power or other control wires. • The SIGNAL CABLE CANNOT BE SPLICED.
To assure best range; A: Keep both antennas VERTICAL. B: Keeps the PIR Transmitter antenna away from trees and metal objects (at least 3”). C: Locate the Receiver near a window with the clearest possible sight of the PIR Transmitter. The less number of objects between the devices, the longer the range. I cannot hear the receiver when it signals The receiver is not made to be overly loud. If you need to have a louder signal, the receiver has a relay for attaching accessories, such as bells, buzzers, or lights. The relay is a switch that has no power of it's own, but can handle up-to 120 volts at 10 amps through it. The relay is essentially an automatic switch and has no power of its own. The transmitter is picking up people, but not cars For best results, when detecting cars, adjust the sensor to look at a 45-60 degree angle, have it about the height of the car’s hot motor, and set it back far enough so the cars don’t pass within five feet. It can help top have it looking at the back of the car, after driving past the sensor, to see the car’s hot exhaust. ...
Wireless Motion Alert 2500 2500’ range*. . . . . . . . DCMA-2500 • $189.99 Includes one transmitter and one receiver The DCMA-2500 is a feature filled wireless motion detector/ receiver kit with a ½ mile* radio range. The motion detecting sensor operates on one 9-volt battery (not included) and will detect a person or vehicle passing by out to about 50 feet. The sensor will then send a signal back to the receiver up to ½ mile away. The DCMA-2500 kit can be used by homeowners and business owners alike as a driveway alarm, entrance alert, back yard monitor, etc. Installation is very quick and simple, and it can be done by virtually anyone. The DCR-2500 is the receiver for the DCMA-2500 system. The receiver has four form “C” relay outputs and one 12VDC output. The output durations are adjustable up to 10 minutes. The receiver will play one of four different tunes that are selected at the transmitter so that different zones can be distinguished. The receiver is powered by a 12VDC transformer. The receiver also offers a 5 minute exit delay so you can leave the house without disturbing any occupants as well as a reminder beep and counter function. DCMT Operating Range: -30oF to 120oF *Actual range will vary depending on the local terrain. DCR Note: Our 2500 Series products are only compatible with other 2500 Series products. Extra Transmitter for DCMA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DCMT-2500 • $119.99 Extra wireless transmitters can be used in other locations; for example, a second drive, other buildings, backyard, etc. Extra Receiver for DCMA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DCR-2500 • $79.99 The receivers can be placed in other buildings or locations, and will each sound at the same time.
SET-UP 1. Remove the wireless motion sensor bottom cover by pressing inward on the latch. 2. Pull tab to bring out the battery holder and install four AA alkaline batteries. Be sure that the battery (+) and (-) terminals match the (+) and (-) contacts shown in the battery compartment. 3. The day/night switch should be in the day/night mode. 4. The timer (or left) switch should be in the leftmost position (6 s) for test. With the switch in this position, the light will turn off approximately 6 seconds after turning on. This will allow quick testing of the motion sensor with the light control. 5. Replace bottom cover. TEST 1. Walk through the coverage area. Note when the light turns on. If the coverage area needs to be changed, adjust the motion sensor for improved coverage. Retighten the ball joint screw. 2. After completing the test, determine the amount of on-time you want for the light to stay on after motion is detected. The timer switch allows the choices of 10 minutes (rightmost switch position) or 3 minutes (center switch position). 3. Also decide if you want the light control to turn on during the day and night when motion is detected or just at night. Set the Detect switch to the left for night only operation and to the right for day/night operation. 4. Close the bottom cover.
ACCESS SYSTEMS COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL Technology • Innovation • Quality Since 1987 WIRELESS DRIVEWAY ALARM (R4450) ________________________ This device alerts you of vehicles entering your driveway (with or without an automated gate). The indoor base station signals you with a door chime when a vehicle passes the driveway sensor. STANDARD FEATURES • Instantly be alerted when someone pulls into or out of your driveway. • Functional range of up to 400 ft. (122 m). • Indoor chime announces visitors or unwelcome guests. • Electromagnetic sensor only senses large metal objects. • Indoor receiver can be mounted on a table or wall. • Easy-to-install and stake is included in kit. • Transmitter requires 2 “C” batteries (not included). • Long battery life. • Low battery indicator on both the indoor receiver and transmitter. Indoor Receiver/Announcer Outdoor Driveway Transmitter AVAILABLE FROM: The driveway alarm contains: Installation hardware, stake, outdoor driveway transmitter, indoor receiver/ announcer and transformer for indoor receiver/announcer. 1-800-543-GATE (4283) • WWW.GTOACCESS.COM 061109 GTO®, GTO/PRO®, Bulldog®, GTO Access Systems™, are trademarks of GTO, Inc. and are the exclusive property of GTO, Inc. (“GTO”). All rights are reserved by GTO, and these marks may not be used in any form without the prior written permission of GTO. © 2009
How the products works: Because of its patented magnetometer sensor transmitter system, the Driveway Monitor will only be triggered by cars or trucks - not people, animals and so forth. When a vehicle passes the Motion Alert® Sensor Transmitter next to the driveway, the receiver unit inside the office or home sounds a chime and flashes the alert light. The earth has a uniform magnetic field around it. A vehicle creates a slight disturbance in the earth’s field. The sensor transmitter detects this disturbance and transmits a signal to the receiver. Before you start: Refer to this drawing to become familiar with all the parts. The Solar Sensor Transmitter must be placed in an area that receives partial or full sunlight. For both models, be sure the location of the sensor transmitter is at least 25’ back from the main road. For a typical 12’ wide driveway, it is recommended 12”MOUNTING TUBE the sensor transmitter be no more than 3’ away from the driveway (see drawing). Additional sensor transmitters may be required for driveways exceeding 12’. Sensor transmitter may be placed up to 1,000 feet away from receiver; however, range may vary depending upon environment and use of wireless telephones, wireless routers and other similar devices. 1. Place cap on tube. 2. Insert stake to opposite end of tube. 3. Place the tube (stake side down) into the ground within 3’ of the driveway and more than 25’ from the road. 4. Gently hammer the cap side of the tube until stake is firmly in the ground. 5. Remove cap and place sensor transmitter on tube. 6. The sensor transmitter should have a clear line-of-site to the receiver to improve performance. 7. Place the sensor transmitter so the vehicle does not pass between it and the receiver. STI recommends the use of the stake and tube included with your Driveway Monitor. However, if you choose to mount the unit to an alternate mounting device, please be sure the device is stable. STI does not recommend mounting the sensor transmitter to a tree or a metal fence or gate. ...
The wireless motion sensor is weather-sealed for long life and will send a signal to the receiver up to 100 feet away. Requires 4 AA alkaline batteries (not included). The sensor can be used indoors or outdoors in temperatures ranging -20°F to 120°F. It has an infrared detection zone of 140° wide and 60 feet deep. The activation switch allows day and night operation and uses 4 AA alkaline batteries. Timer switch allows user to choose length of time for lamp to stay on: 6 seconds, 3 minutes or 10 minutes. Selectable codes block interference from outside signals. Motion activated light control with alarm. No wiring required. Weather-sealed sensor for long life. Great for inside or outside security (turns a lamp on when someone enters the driveway – giving the illusion someone is home). Has an infrared detection detection zone of 140° wide and 60 feet deep. Detects motion up to 100 feet away. Timer switch allows user to choose length of time for lamp to stay on: 6 seconds, 3 minutes or 10 minutes. Selectable codes block interference from outside signals. Includes Plug-in Receiver, Wireless Motion Sensor and Wireless Remote. Safety Technology International, Inc. 2306 Airport Road • Waterford, Michigan 48327-1209 Phone: 248-673-9898 • Fax: 248-673-1246 • Toll Free: 800-888-4784 • E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org • Web: www.sti-usa.com Europe Branch Office • Unit 49G Pipers Road • Park Farm Industrial Estate • Redditch • Worcestershire • B98 0HU • England Tel: 44 (0) 1527 520 999 • Fax: 44 (0) 1527 501 999 • Freephone: 0800 085 1678 (UK only) • E-mail: email@example.com • Web: www.sti-europe.com Printed In U.S.A. © 2006 STI HS3605 Spec. 05/06
NOTE: FAILURE TO FOLLOW INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS AND NOT USING THE PROVIDED HARDWARE MAY DAMAGE THE INTAKE TUBE, THROTTLE BODY AND ENGINE. TO START: 1. Turn off the ignition and disconnect the negative battery cable. NOTE: Disconnecting the negative battery cable erases pre-programmed electronic memories. Write down all memory settings before disconnecting the negative battery cable. Some radios will require an anti-theft code to be entered after the battery is reconnected. The anti-theft code is typically supplied with your owner’s manual. In the event your vehicles’ anti-theft code cannot be recovered, contact an authorized dealership to obtain your vehicles anti-theft code. 2. Disconnect the mass air sensor electrical connection. 3. Rotate the crank case vent hose locking ring and pull the crank case vent hose off of the air filter housing. Unhook wiring harness retaining clip from the air box. 3b. Pull up on the heater control valve and wiring harness mounting clips to unhook them from the air box mounting studs as shown. 4. Remove the four air box mounting bolts shown with a 10mm socket. 7. On vehicles that are equipped with the intake tube support bracket, remove the two 13mm nuts securing the intake tube support bracket, remove the intake tube support bracket. 8. On vehicles that are equipped with the intake tube support bracket, reinstall one of the 13mm nuts removed in step #7 onto the lower mounting stud and tighten. 5. Remove the intake tube mounting bolt shown. 9. Disconnect the TPS sensor electrical connection from the throttle body. 10. Remove the four 10mm bolts retaining the throttle body to the intake manifold. 3a. On vehicles equipped, disconnect the brake booster vent line from the air filter housing as shown. 6. Remove the entire intake tube & air filter assembly from the vehicle. NOTE: K&N Engineering, Inc., recommends that customers do not discard factory air intake.
Why is it that with most so-called "entry level" cars, your first instinct is to exit? At Hyundai, we don’t believe it has to be that way. Which is why we created Accent. Entry level, sub-compact, pocket rocket – call it what you want, but Accent is proof that a small car can think big. Technically, Hyundai Accent compares with sub-compacts like Honda Fit and Toyota Yaris. Yet the fact is, Accent has more interior room than those cars’ larger siblings, Civic and Corolla. Its safety engineering includes six airbags, standard. It gets the highest possible rating – five stars – in frontal collision crash tests conducted by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration. It gets up to 36 MPG,1 yet it’s got more horsepower than Toyota Yaris. And it's backed by America’s Best Warranty.2 Of course, there is one thing you’ll find about the Hyundai Accent that’s not very big at all: Its sticker price. INTRODUCING ACCENT BLUE For 2010, Hyundai proudly introduces a high-mileage BLUE edition to our acclaimed Accent lineup. Models sporting this “Blue” insignia deliver outstanding fuel economy at an outstanding price. In fact, our BLUE Accent is priced lower than any other Accent model, making it as economical on the showroom floor as it is on the open road. EPA estimates for comparison. Your actual mileage will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits and vehicle’s condition. 2 See dealer for LIMITED WARRANTY details.