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How to install a new airfilter for the Daytona 675 or ... - Carbon4U

How to install a new airfilter for the Daytona 675 or Street Triple/R: 1. You will need to remove the tank first. 2. Some important things to consider before you start. - The tank is easy to remove but also easy to damage. - If you can find someone to help you take the tank off go in that direction, it’s a pain on your own. - A lighter tank is easier to work with so try and syphon as much fuel out as possible. - Cover your frame (thick cloth or small car carpet) next to your tank as soon as you have lifted the tank up. This will save you heartache if you drop the tank on the frame. 2. Remove two front screws near the yoke, I used a 5mm allenkey. 3. Loosen the 8mm bolt at is normally covered by the seat. My subframe bolts are undone because I was working on the bike, please ignore it. 4. The next step you can do in two ways. - Either prop the tank up by placing something on the airbox that lifts the tank higher than the handlebars (I used a bag full of bubble wrap), don't do this with a light tank/near empty tank or - place a long screwdriver or the post that is under the seat to prop tank up. - To get extra height you can pop the post in the allenkey hole of the handlebar. 5. Under the tank there are two electrical connectors. 6. To get to the connectors either: - If you have used something to lift the tank higher than the handlebars, lift the tank as high as it's safe at the seat mounting bracket and pull the connectors out as it says below (I put a block of wood in place to protect it from falling) or - Keep the 8mm bolt in at the edge and tilt the tank to the left, you need to stand at the right hand side of the bike to do this. 7. Push the locking pin in and pull the plug gentle. They can only go in the same plughole they came out of, so you won’t pop the wrong connectors in afterwards. Also if you look at the connectors one is black and one is grey. Black is left and green/grey is right. 8. Remove the two breather pipes.

Triumph Daytona 675R - Cascade Moto Classics

In the Daytona 675R, we’ve made exceptional the new standard. This is a true track day tool. Focused. Committed. Taking our experience gained on track and road with the outgoing bike and combining the latest developments in engineering technology and thinking, we’re giving you an even faster, better handling, easier riding bike. The result is a bike which is 1kg (2.2lb) lighter than the old model with a new triple motor that delivers even more power all the way through to 14,400 rpm redline. The new frame geometry, mass centralisation and race­derived Öhlins suspension enables razor sharp handling and confidence­inspiring feedback. Add Brembo brakes, a quickshifter, carbon trim and some subtle styling details and you know you’re riding a true thoroughbred motorcycle. ENGINE Construction The 2013 Daytona 675Rs engine is now even more focussed. We’ve built it with a new shorter stroke and wider bore dimensions for even more useable power and acceleration. The cylinder block is now cast separately from the upper crankcase to cope with higher pressures, more torque and more power. In addition to the 675, the R now comes with a quickshift gearchange, reprogrammed for 2013 to give you even faster, smoother shifting. Internals With twin injectors per cylinder the new Daytona can draw more fuel quicker when you open the throttle fully and demand more from the engine. A first for a production Triumph, we have now fitted substantially lighter titanium valves to cope better with the higher revs. This also means lighter valve springs can be used, reducing valve train wear and friction. We also knew that the weight reduction was enough to give us the space to add some metal to the valves without compromising the valve train, so the top of the valve 'mushroom' heads were reshaped to improve gas flow around the valve and into the combustion chamber. This means better efficiency and a boost in torque at low and medium revs. Sound We enlarged the through­airflow headstock so that the intake mouth is positioned in the highest pressure zone centrally at the front of the bike. Improving flow efficiency, so that air passes in a straight line through the centre of the headstock to the airbox. And when the air passes through the centre of the cockpit zone, it gives you even more of that distinctive three­ cylinder intake snarl. And it's not just the volume of the sound that’s better, it's now there over a much wider range of revs for an even more focussed, involving ride than ever before. Performance The overall theme for this bike is more torque, better acceleration and more useable power. One of the main contributors to this is the improved bore and stroke. We built the latest Daytona 675R with a shorter stroke allowing us to set a 500rpm higher rev ceiling at 14,500 and we increased power to 128PS and maximum torque to 75Nm. So the new engine now gives you higher power for longer. Wringing even more performance out of the bike as well bringing more of the rider out of you.

Triumph Daytona 675 - JHS Racing
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Triumph's Daytona 675 middleweight sports bike has drawn acclaim from riders, racers and the motorcycling press since its first appearance. Routinely occupying the front of the grid in both the British and World SuperSport series, the 675’s credentials on the racetrack have been proven beyond question. Triumph 675-based, racing & track day motorcycles custom-built up to British Supersport competition specification The engine at its heart follows Triumph’s trademark triple format, a configuration that combines the punchy mid-range exit drive of a v-twin with the peak power characteristics of an inline-four. The frame provides an ideal foundation of assured, agile and responsive handling. Triumph Daytona 675 Race & Track Day Bikes Since 2007, JHS Racing have specialised in developing and tuning the Triumph 675 for track use, refining both engine and handling to fulfil the specific demands of the circuit, adapting this exceptional base platform into a devastatingly effective Supersport weapon. JHS Racing have been creating competitive racing motorcycles for over a decade. We both build customer bikes to racing or track day specification as well as participating with our own race team in events up to and including the British Supersport series. In recent years we have specifically focused upon campaigning the Triumph 675. We are recognised as being among the UK’s foremost experts in optimising these motorcycles for maximum effectiveness on the racetrack. JHS Racing Limited Unit 3, Unity Court, Broadmead Lane, Keynsham, Bristol, BS31 1ST Tel: 0117 986 8844 email: Registered in the UK no. 6399852 See overleaf for full details of the customer race & track day motorcycles that we build to order. Learn more about us at:

Open PDF - R&G Racing
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FITTING INSTRUCTIONS FOR RSET12BK ADJUSTABLE REARSETS FOR TRIUMPH DAYTONA 675 (2008-2011) (FITTING INSTRUCTIONS FOR TRIUMPH DAYTONA 675 2012- START ON PAGE 5) THIS KIT CONTAINS THE ITEMS PICTURED AND LABELLED BELOW. DO NOT PROCEED UNTIL YOU ARE SURE ALL PARTS ARE PRESENT. Please note that the way the kit is packed does not necessarily represent the way of mounting to the bike THE PARTS SHOWN MAY BE REPRESENTATIVE ONLY (FOR CLARITY OF INSTRUCTIONS ONLY) LEFT HAND / GEAR SHIFT SIDE R&G Racing Unit 1, Shelley’s Lane, East Worldham, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 3AQ Tel: +44 (0)1420 89007 Fax: +44 (0)1420 87301 Email: 8 1 7 5 1 6 RIGHT HAND / BRAKE SIDE LEGEND ITEM 1= LEFT HAND SIDE FOOT REST ASSEMBLY (x1). ITEM 2= GEAR LEVER ASSEMBLY (x1). ITEM 3= GEAR SHIFT LINKAGE ROD (WITH BEND) (x1). ITEM 4= M6 LEFT HANDED BALL JOINT WITH NUT & SPACER (UPPER) (x1). ITEM 5= M8x20mm LONG BUTTON HEAD BOLT (x4). ITEM 6= RIGHT HAND SIDE ASSEMBLY (x1). ITEM 7= BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH (x1). ITEM 8= M8x20mm LONG BUTTON HEAD BOLT (MASTER CYLINDER MOUNT) (x2). TOOLS REQUIRED    8, 10 & 12mm spanners. 14mm socket and wrench.  Long nose pliers. Set of metric allen keys up to 6mm A/F.  Torque wrench up to 20Nm. TORQUE SETTINGS M4 BOLT = 8Nm M5 BOLT = 12Nm M6 BOLT = 15Nm M8 BOLT = 20Nm R&G Racing Unit 1, Shelley’s Lane, East Worldham, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 3AQ Tel: +44 (0)1420 89007 Fax: +44 (0)1420 87301 Email: PICTURE 1 PICTURE 2 PICTURE 3 PICTURE 5 PICTURE 4 PICTURE 6 PICTURE 7 R&G Racing recommends the use of Copper Slip anti-seize grease on all stainless steel bolts. R&G Racing Unit 1, Shelley’s Lane, East Worldham, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 3AQ Tel: +44 (0)1420 89007 Fax: +44 (0)1420 87301 Email: GEAR SHIFT SIDE       Remove the original Triumph rearsests. Remove the engine bolt and insert it from the otherside (from right to left) , so that the thread can be connected with the frame spacer which is part of the gear lever assembly (item 2), as shown in pictures 1 & 2. Connect the shift side-footrest assembly to the frame using two M8 x 20mm long button head bolts (item 5). Assemble the bent gear linkage rod (item 3) to the gear box arm. Note that the bend on the rod should be at the bottom and that there is a spacer between the gear linkage rod and the gear box arm as shown in pictures 3 & 4. The top thread in the gear linkage arm has a left handed thread. Connect the gear lever and the gear linkage rod in one of the threaded holes of the gear lever. According to the position of the gear linkage rod, you can have either the normal shift pattern (1down – 5 up) or the race shift pattern (1up – 5down), as shown in pictures 5 & 6. Bolt on the gear lever and the bush onto the engine bolt.

Scottoiler: Triumph Daytona 675 (2006) - MotorCo Ltd

Scottoiler: Triumph Daytona 675 (2006) Installation Guide for Triumph Daytona 675 (2006) Locate the vacuum – there is a rubber bung over a spigot on the back of the Throttle Body, as shown below left. Remove this bung and then press the Damper Elbow, part number 4, onto the spigot. The RMV can be mounted to the frame or under the pillion seat. The more vertical the RMV the better and remember to avoid exhaust and engine components. For further information, see our easy step installation guide – ‘RMV Positions, General’. The Dispenser Assembly can be routed along the Swingarm, shown left, using Dispenser Mounting Sleeves & Glue and secured to the paddock stand bobbin mount using a Dispenser Plate, part numbers 19 & 20. Note: an epoxy resin (eg. Araldite) is req’d to bond the sleeves to the Swingarm. The nib should feed the sprocket between the 6 & 7 o’clock positions, with the cut face facing outwards, as shown bottom left. Once fitted, fill and prime the system and set the adjuster knob to ‘prime’. Start the engine and turn the adjuster knob until a flow of between 1 and 2 drops per minute is achieved. Check the condition of your chain after a ride, and then adjust as required. Note: This is a generic image If you have any further comments or queries, and are unable to resolve them using our website, please do not hesitate to call technical on 0141 955 1100 or email for assistance. Thank you. Scottoiler Ltd. 2 Riverside, Milngavie, Glasgow, G62 6PL Tel. 0141 955 1100 Fax. 0141 956 5896

Z-Fi QS - Bazzaz
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2006-2012 Triumph Daytona 675 / 2007-2012 Triumph Street Triple Z-Fi TC / Z-FI QS INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS P/N’s T540S, T540R, S540S, S540R When using stock rear sets on this application, standard shift pattern is the only option. Running reverse shift requires after market rear sets. WARNING! USE ONLY IN RACE OR OTHER CLOSED COURSE APPLICATIONS AND NEVER ON PUBLIC ROADS Z-Fi products do not meet California CARB highway requirements Z-Fi TC/QS CONTROL UNIT FUEL HARNESS COIL HARNESS SHIFT SWITCH & MOUNTING HARDWARE DOWNLOAD Z-Fi MAPPER SOFTWARE & ITS INSTRUCTIONS FROM WEBSITE USB CABLE SCOTCHLOK SWINGARM STICKERS 1 4 5 6 7 8 2 3 (1) MAP SELECT (2) ZAFM CONNECTOR (3) SWITCHED POWER (RED TAG) (4) INJECTOR CONNECTORS (YELLOW TAG IS CYL 1) (5) GEAR POSITION SENSOR (6) THROTTLE POSTION SENSOR (7) CRANK POSITION SENSOR (8) GROUND LUG Read through all instructions before beginning installation. This is not a replacement for the ECU. Note: Upon installing the system verify you have selected the proper map to correspond to your model. The control unit supplied with this kit has been pre-programmed with two fuel maps. Map 1 is intended for use on the Dayton 675 & map 2 for the Street Triple. 15330 Fairfield Ranch Rd, Unit E, Chino Hills, CA 91709 (909)597-8300 Fax (909)597-5580 WE STRONGLY SUGGEST THAT AN EXPERIENCED TECHNICIAN INSTALL THIS BAZZAZ PRODUCT 1. Remove following components: Rider and passenger seats, fuel tank, air box and the tail section fairing. 2. Place the control unit in the rear tail section area, securing unit with supplied Velcro. (Photo 1) Photo 1 NOTE: If installing on a Street Triple, modification of the plastic tray in the tail section of the bike is necessary in order to mount control unit. Cut-out of plastic tray in order to fit control unit 3. Connect main connector on the Bazzaz fuel harness to the control unit. Then route harness on the right side of the bike from the rear toward the engine. (refer to photo 1) 4. Locate the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) connector (found on the right side of throttle bodies) and install the mating TPS connectors of the Bazzaz harness inline with the TPS sensor connector and stock wiring harness connector. (Photo 2) TPS sensor connector Bazzaz TPS connectors Stock harness TPS connector Injector Bazzaz harness connectors Stock Harness INJ connector Photo 2 5. Install the Bazzaz harness inline with the three injectors and stock harness connectors. (Photo 3) Inj 1 Inj 2 Inj 3 WARNING! Make sure that the Z-Fi harness injector male pins make proper contact with the stock harness Photo 3 6. Locate the Gear Position Sensor (GPS) and Crank Position Sensor (CPS) connectors (found near the left side frame rail within engine compartment). Install corresponding Bazzaz connectors inline with the sensor connectors and stock harness connectors. (Photo 4) Stock CPS connectors Stock GPS connectors Bazzaz GPS connectors Bazzaz CPS connectors Photo 4 7. Locate the tail light connector (found in the left rear tail section area under passenger seat). Crimp a supplied scotchlok connector onto the yellow wire. Insert the T-Tap with red wire labeled “Power”. (Photo 5) Photo 5 8. Locate the stock chassis ground and attach the Bazzaz ground lug. (Photo 6) Photo 6 9. The installation of the engine management system requires disconnecting the stock 02 sensor. A supplied 02 eliminator must be connected in place of the 02 sensor connector to avoid triggering a fault code (F1 light). (Photo 7) Bazzaz O2 eliminator Note: Secure the 02 sensor wires with cable ties clear of any moving, hot mechanical components.

Honda TRX 250Ex - Duncan Racing International

1. Remove stock exhaust system; Retain stock head nuts. 2. Before starting your Fat Boy 4 installation. You must make sure that the cylinder head exhaust gasket is intact and in good condition (usually they stay in the cylinder head). Under normal conditions it is OK to reuse them. If it is missing or in need of replacement it may be purchased from your Honda Dealer Part # 18291-MN5-650. DO NOT RUN MACHINE WITHOUT EXHAUST GASKETS. It is also a good idea to make sure that the (2) exhaust studs mounted in cylinder head are in good shape. If there is any doubt of their condition. Replace with new from your Honda dealer. 3. Install Fat Boy 4 header pipe using stock oem head nuts. Do not secure header at this time. Leave nuts a few turns loose. 4. You are now ready to install the Fat Boy 4 muffler/tail section. The tail section is secured to the Fat Boy 4 muffler at the factory before shipping. If these (4) 6mm stainless button head allen screws are ever loosened or removed they must be reinstalled with some form of medium strength thread lock (recommended Loctite 242 Blue). Before sliding tail section onto header it is recommended to apply a thin coat of hi-temp silicone to the inside of the tail section (female side) approximately covering about ½” of the initial part of the tail pipe. This will keep exhaust from leaking at the slip-fit joint and make removing pipe in future easier. 5. Install the (2) muffler mount bolts going into sub-frame and tighten securely. 6. Tighten header pipe. Make sure to tighten header nuts evenly. 7. AIR INDUCTION: For maximum performance DRI recommends installing a K&N Filter with air box lid removed. 8. Carburetor jetting must be changed, see below for additional recommendations 9. Additional Performance and Jetting Recommendations; For the best performance using your NEW Fat Boy 4 it is recommended to use a K&N air filter. The K&N filter makes the best power and it is recommended to run air box with the lid removed. For the 250EX it is also recommended to use optional bolt-on turndown and spark arrestor...

Introduction to Jelly Bean Overview Requirements - Xamarin

Overview Android 4.1 (API Level 16), also known as "Jelly Bean", was release on July 9th, 2012. This article will provide a high level introduction to some of the new features in Android 4.1 for developers using Xamarin.Android. Some of these new features introduced are enhancements to animations for launching an activity, new sounds for a camera, and improved support for application stack navigation. It is now possible to cut and paste with intents. The stability of Android applications is improved with the ability to isolate the dependency on unstable content providers. Services may also be isolated so that they are accessible only by the activity that started them. Support has been added for network service discovery using Bonjour, UPnP, or multicast DNS based services. It is now possible for richer notifications that have formatted text, action buttons and large images. Finally several new permissions have been added in Android 4.1. Requirements To develop Xamarin.Android applications using Jelly Bean requires Xamarin.Android 4.2.6 or higher and Android 4.1 (API Level 16) be installed via the Android SDK Manager as shown in the following screen shot: What's New Animations Activities may be launched using either zoom animations or custom animations by using the ActivityOptions class. The following new methods are provided to support these animations: MakeScaleUpAnimation – This will create an animation that scales up an activity window from a start position and size on the screen. MakeThumbnailScaleUpAnimation – This will create an animation that scales up from a thumbnail image from specified position on the screen. MakeCustomAnimation – This creates an animation from resources in the application. There is one animation for when the activity opens and another for when the activity stops. The new TimeAnimator class provides an interface TimeAnimator.ITimeListener that can notify an application every time a frame changes in an animation. For example, consider the following implementation of TimeAnimator.ITimeListener: class MyTimeListener : Java.Lang.Object, TimeAnimator.ITimeListener { public void OnTimeUpdate(TimeAnimator animation, long totalTime, long deltaTime) { Log.Debug("Activity1", "totalTime={0}, deltaTime={1}", totalTime, deltaTime); } } And now to use the class, an instance of TimeAnimator is created, and the listener is set: var animator = new TimeAnimator(); animator.SetTimeListener(new MyTimeListener()); animator.Start(); As the TimeAnimator instance is running, it will invoke ITimeAnimator.ITimeListener, which will then log the how long the animator has been running and how long it as been since the last time the method has been invoked.

akurum kitchen system - Ikea Fans
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Our kitchen cabinet frames are made of sturdy ¾" particleboard with white or birch melamine foil for a hard-wearing, moistureproof and non-scratch finish. QUALITY TESTING: We load every type of cabinet door with a 7 lb (3 kg) weight, and then get our test machines to open and close the door 80,000 times. That is equivalent to opening every one of your cabinets 15 times a day every day for the next 15 years. The surface treatment of the doors is tested to withstand alcohol and coffee (one hour), water and fat (24 hours) and light scratches. CHILD SAFETY: It’s a good idea to fit RATIONELL drawer/cabinet catches to help to make your kitchen a safer place for children to be in. WAR IT LIM E NT RA Y 10 D YEAR All IKEA AKURUM kitchens come with a 10-year limited warranty for quality and durability. Read more in the warranty brochure or contact your IKEA store for details. DELIVERY OPTIONS: This symbol tells you that your kitchen is available from stock, so you can take it home today. We can also help you with home delivery. This symbol explains that you need to order your kitchen and that it will be delivered to your home at extra cost. Please read the information in your nearest IKEA store or contact IKEA sales staff for further details. The foundation of all our fixed kitchens is AKURUM. It is a flexible frame system that allows you create the kitchen you want. AKURUM allows so many combinations and can be used for all kitchen layouts. The fact is that the frames also work well in other rooms – both at home and at the office. AKURUM frames provide the base for your new kitchen. Choose between base cabinets, wall cabinets and high cabinets in many different widths. Wall cabinets and high cabinets also come in different heights. If you want to use a corner, choose a corner base cabinet. There are even special frames for a built-in single or double ovens. Perfect if you want to have the oven at a comfortable working height. Complement the cabinets with fully-extending drawers with drawer dampers that ensure the drawers close slowly and quietly.

VoipNow ® Professional 2.5.3 Phone Terminal Extension User's Guide

Table of Contents Preface .................... Who Should Read This Guide Chapter 1. Navigation .................... The Navigation Panel The Top Frame Controls The Main Frame Controls .................... Using the Search Functions The Table Controls How to Remove Table Records Chapter 2. Edit Your Contact Information .................... Chapter 3. Manage the Application .................... My Interface Settings .................... Restore Dismissed Alerts .................... Set up an Access Policy .................... Add Allowed or Denied Networks .................... Removal Confirmation .................... Chapter 4. Extension Management Page .................... Chapter 5. Manage Unified Communications Features .................... Manage Sessions .................... View the Sessions List .................... Login History .................... Failed Logins .................... Chapter 6. Manage Your OpenID Identities .................... Chapter 7. Phone Terminal Setup .................... Provisioning and SIP .................. Chapter 8. Sharing Policies .................... Chapter 9. Phone Terminal Features .................... Manage the Phone Terminal's Voice Mailbox .................... Voicemail Overview .................... Searching the Voicemails List .................... Check Your Messages .................... Manage Greetings .................... Enable or Disable the Mailbox .................... Manage the Phone Terminal's Fax Messages .................... Fax Center Overview .................... Searching the Fax Messages List .................... Enable or Disable Fax Center .................... View the Sent Faxes List .................... Searching the Sent Faxes List ....................