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General Information Please note: • The Race Kit parts detailed in this publication are made in accordance with FIM technical regulations and are NOT road legal. • The Race Kit parts covered in this publication are intended for racing purposes only and any Triumph motorcycle fitted with such kits MUST NOT be used on public roads. • The Race Kit parts detailed in this publication may only be used on a closed-circuit in the hands of experienced riders. • Before fitting any Race Kit parts, customers should check the technical regulations of their race class to ensure conformity. • The information provided in this publication should always be used together with the official Triumph Daytona 675 service manual. • Completely read all the instructions before commencing the installation and set up of the Race Kit in order to become thoroughly familiar with the kit’s features and the installation process. • When removing components which incorporate a gasket ALWAYS ensure a new gasket is fitted on re-assembly. • The Race Kit parts detailed in this publication are not covered by any warranty. • Specifications are subject to change without notice. • The information contained in this publication is accurate at the time of final approval, however, Triumph Motorcycles LTD reserves the right to amend the information at any time without notice. • Whilst every effort is made to include the latest information in the service manual, this is not always possible. The latest information and technical changes are provided to authorised Triumph dealers via Technical News. It is recommended you contact an authorised Triumph dealer to request this information. Warnings, Cautions and Notes Throughout this publication particularly important information is presented in the following form: Warning This warning symbol identifies special instructions or procedures, which if not correctly followed could result in personal injury, or loss of life. Caution This caution symbol identifies special instructions or procedures, which if not strictly observed, could result in damage to, or destruction of, equipment. Note: • This note symbol indicates points of particular interest for more efficient and convenient operation.
This course offers both imperial and metric hands‐on exercises representing real‐world architectural design scenarios. Prerequisites Architectural design, drafting, or engineering experience is highly recommended. No previous CAD experience is necessary. A working knowledge of Microsoft® Windows® Vista, Microsoft® Windows® XP, or Microsoft® Windows® 2000. Course Outline Building Information Modeling • Building Information Modeling for Architectural Design Revit Architecture Basics • Exploring the User Interface • Working with Revit Elements and Families • Starting a Project Starting a Design • Creating and Modifying Levels • Creating and Modifying Grids The Basics of the Building Model • Creating a Basic Floor Plan • Adding and Modifying Walls • Working with Compound Walls • Using Editing Tools • Adding and Modifying Doors • Adding and Modifying Windows Loading Additional Building Components • Working with Component Families Viewing the Building Model • Managing Views • Controlling Object Visibility • Working with Section and Elevation Views • Creating and Modifying 3D Views Using Dimensions and Constraints • Working with Dimensions • Applying and Removing Constraints Developing the Building Model • Creating and Modifying Floors • Working with Ceilings • Adding and Modifying Roofs • Creating Curtain Walls • Adding Stairs and Railings Detailing and Drafting • Creating Callout Views • Working with Text and Tags • Working with Detail Views • Working with Drafting Views Construction Documentation • Creating and Modifying Schedules • Creating Rooms and Room Schedules • Creating Legends and Keynotes Presenting the Building Model • Working with Drawing Sheets • Working with Titleblocks • Managing Revisions • Creating Renderings • Using Walkthroughs • Using Sun and Shadow Settings Note: The suggested class duration is a guideline. Topics and duration may be modified by the instructor based upon the knowledge and skill level of the class participants. Autodesk and Autodesk Revit Architecture are trademarks or registered trademarks of Autodesk, Inc., in the USA and/or other countries. All other brand names, product names, or trademarks belong to their respective holders. Autodesk reserves the right to alter product offerings and specifications at any time without notice, and is not responsible for typographical or graphical errors that may appear in this document. © 2009 Autodesk, Inc. All rights reserved.
I share with You the steps I've made to install a fresh Win 7 on A Vaio VPCF11Z1E (EU model) 1 Before anything else be sure to make Your recovery disks If You haven't already done them. It's very important to actually do them since we'll need them later. You will use them for a future installation of the bundled utilities You may require. Not strictly regarding this guide but if You have another drive You can try them to see if they work properly 2 If You're installing on the original drive don't format the recovery partition (you never know..), if it's a new drive than You can use it all. Still don't format the original one as You may need it for warranty purposes. 3 Go to the sony site and download all the original drivers and also the updates (to date only 2), and save them in an external HD or pendrive. 4 Insert the Windows 7 DVD and install Windows 7 in the desired partition, be careful since the first 9 gigabytes of disk are used to restore the note at it's initual configuration (if it's the original drive). Choose the version that corresponds to the serial number in your possession. 4b If You don't have a win7 DVD look at this link LEGAL Windows 7 Download Links (Just like Vista before!!!) 5 Once inside the new system will notice that some devices have already been recognized by windows but still You have to install the following drivers in this order and reboot the system anytime it's required: - Chipset drivers (restart) - Sata drivers (click on install.bat) - Nvidia-Driver (restart) -Then go to Device Manager (start and right click manage on computer)
n this activity, students explore and compare planets in our solar system. Each student becomes the “ambassador” for a planet and prepares by researching their planet, then meets with other ambassadors to form new mini-solar systems. Materials StarDate: The Solar System or other reference material on the solar system. Activity Split the class into small groups; each group researches one planet. Students in the group make a list showing the planet’s atmosphere, size, mass, distance from the Sun, geology and surface features, surface temperature, and moons. They also write a sentence describing something unique or striking about their planet — an impression. National Science Education Standards • Content Standard in 5-8 Earth and Space Science (Earth in the solar system) • Content Standard in 5-8 Science as Inquiry (Abilities necessary to do scientific inquiry) • Content Standard in 5-8 Physical Science (Properties of objects and materials) Have one ambassador from each group join with ambassadors from other groups. Each group need not have exactly the same planet mix, but there should not be duplicates of a planet within a solar-system group. The ambassadors interview each other to exchange information and impressions. Once they have shared their information, the ambassadors should consider how they could organize themselves. Some might want to arrange themselves in order of distance from the Sun. Others might notice that some planets are small and rocky and others large and gaseous. “Solar systems” may invent several organization schemes. They will note interesting or unexpected planetary features. For instance, Olympus Mons, a “super volcano” on Mars, seems odd. Have each system report to the class. Hints: The results may vary if the mix of planets is different in each system. The teacher should help students sum up the results, noting …
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HTC fanboys will notice one striking thing about the HTC Evo 4G LTE: It sure looks a lot like the HTC One X. While similar in many ways, Sprint’s answer to the HTC One X does bring other oﬀerings to the table. Rocking an impressive 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor, the Evo 4G LTE also sports an amazing 4.7-inch display that, while plenty big, doesn’t weigh you down like the even larger Samsung Galaxy Note. Add to that the 8-megapixel, rear-facing camera and we’re talking about one beefed-up cell phone. Like the HTC One X, the Evo 4G LTE ships with 16GB of onboard memory. However, the Evo 4G LTE bests its older brother by including a microSD slot that lets you up its capacity to a whopping 32GB. Because Sprint phones have historically been relatively simple to use as mobile hotspots, I decided to take this handset with me to E3 to see how the mobile hotspot functionality compared to that of T-Mobile (another carrier that provides unlimited data) and get some mobile game time in. While the mobile hotspot was in fact easy to set up, I found the Sprint network to be much slower than that of T-Mobile. This may be due to the fact that the LTE network hasn’t been fully rolled out. That said, in areas that weren’t as slammed as the LA Convention Center, the mobile hotspot was ﬁne for such simple tasks as surﬁng the Web. As for gaming, this is where the HTC EVO 4G LTE really showed its stuﬀ. Games like Riptide GP look particularly good. Simply put, Sprint users have no reason to skip this handset.
Collection Information Avoiding Involuntary Collection – The California Revenue and Taxation Code (R&TC) provides authority for us to take involuntary collection actions when individuals are delinquent in paying their state income tax. You can prevent involuntary collection actions if you: • Pay your tax liability in full. • Enter into an installment agreement. • File required tax returns and pay the balance due or provide proof that you have no filing requirement. • Make an Offer in Compromise that we accept. • Establish that a financial hardship prevents you from paying your liability. Third Party Contacts – We may contact third parties to determine or collect your tax liabilities. Subject to privacy laws and your rights as a taxpayer, you may obtain a list of those contacts within the 12-month period following the date of the enclosed notice. We must receive your request no later than 60 days after the 12-month period has ended. For more information, write to: DISCLOSURE OFFICE, FRANCHISE TAX BOARD, PO BOX 1468, SACRAMENTO CA 95812-1468. (R&TC Section 19504.7) Interception – If you do not pay your entire income tax liability by the time it becomes due and payable, the unpaid amount could be satisfied by interception of funds due to you from the federal government, other states, or other California state agencies. If you do not believe you owe this debt, you must contact us within 30 days from when you first receive a Return Information Notice or Statement of Tax Due to prevent possible interception. (California Government Code (GC) Sections 926.8 and 12419 through12419.12) Installment Agreement Rejection – If we reject your ...
RBC Insurance Company of Canada (the “Insurer”) has issued group insurance policy U-1014451-A to Royal Bank of Canada (“Royal Bank”) to cover emergency medical expenses incurred by covered persons while outside their Canadian province or territory of residence. All covered persons are clients of the Insurer. This Certificate of Insurance summarizes the provisions of this group insurance policy. WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IN A MEDICAL EMERGENCY? If you have a medical emergency, you must call Assured Assistance Inc. (“Assured Assistance”) before you receive emergency treatment. Of course, if your medical condition prevents you from calling, we understand – you must call as soon as medically possible or, as an alternative, someone else may call on your behalf (relative, friend, nurse or doctor). If you do not call Assured Assistance or if you choose to seek care from a nonapproved medical service provider, you will be responsible for a portion of your medical expenses as outlined under “Limitations of coverage”. Assured Assistance can be contacted by calling: 1-800-533-2778 toll-free from the US & Canada or 905-816-2581 collect from anywhere in the world. IMPORTANT NOTICE – PLEASE READ CAREFULLY Travel insurance is designed to cover losses arising from sudden and unforeseeable circumstances. It is important that you read and understand your insurance before you travel as your coverage may be subject to certain limitations or exclusions. A pre-existing exclusion applies to medical conditions and/or symptoms that existed prior to your trip. Check to see how this applies in your Certificate of Insurance and how it relates to your departure date, date of purchase, or effective date. In the event of an accident, injury or sickness, your prior medical history may be reviewed when a claim is reported. Your insurance provides travel assistance. You are required to notify Assured Assistance prior to receiving emergency treatment. Your insurance limits benefits should you not contact Assured Assistance immediately ...
Usage Permissions Public access provided to Cathedral premises for the purpose of making photographs does not imply approval of their publication. The terms of approval for publication are to be agreed upon in writing between photographer or publisher and Cathedral representative prior to any publication. Requests for permission to reproduce photographic images of Washington National Cathedral in the form of products for resale and requests for other commercial photography of the Cathedral are to be addressed to the Department of Communications and Marketing. Commercial photography includes instances wherein there is an actual or intended exchange of money or favors for the use, usage rights, ownership, or copyright of images created in any form or medium. Requests to use photographs from the Cathedral’s photography archives may be made when the appearance of such an image or detail of the Cathedral’s artifacts is mutually beneficial to the Cathedral and the publication and represents the Cathedral in a positive image. Please make such requests via e-mail to the Communications and Marketing Department Press. For members of the press, permission to photograph or film Cathedral events and services may be given through the Department of Communications and Marketing. For most special services, members of the press will be in the south balcony. Access to areas not normally open to the public must be scheduled in advance, and a designated member of the Cathedral staff must accompany the photographer. Access to certain areas of the Cathedral premises at certain times may be restricted without notice as required to ensure the safety and convenience of Cathedral visitors and staff. A designated member of the Cathedral staff must be present if any equipment other than hand-held camera and lighting are to be used. Tripods and/or freestanding lighting equipment may create a safety hazard or impede efficient traffic flow in the Cathedral, and approval for their use and placement is at the discretion of the Cathedral staff.
CABIN AIR FILTER IDENTIFICATION / INSTALLATION FORD PA4133 Ford Expedition, F-Series, Super Duty; Lincoln Blackwood, Navigator OE: Fits: Size: F65Z-19N619-AB 1997-2004 Ford Expedition 1997-2007 Ford F-Series 2000-01 Ford Super Duty 2002 Lincoln Blackwood 1998-2006 Lincoln Navigator 10 9/16 x 9 31/32 x 1 7/32 (268.3 x 253.2 x 31.0) Filter Housing Cover Filter Housing Cover 1. Open passenger side door. 2. Remove screws on filter housing cover located under glove compartment. Notice: 3. Remove filter housing cover. 4. Replace filter and reassemble. The information provided is based on the latest authoritative information available at press time. However, due to manufacturers’ changes, and year and model variations, Baldwin Filters cannot be responsible for misapplications and instruction errors. Form 420-PA4133 (R 10/09) © 2009 Baldwin Filters, Inc. Printed in U.S.A.