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HONDA 120 – Tech Manual Updated October 31, 2013 FROM 2012 USAC NATIONAL .25 MIDGET RULE BOOK, APPENDIX I 731 Engine Protest Rules (applies to Honda and Briggs classes only) Protest shall be from within the same division of class only, i.e. Jr., Sr., Lt.& Hvy. 120-160, Animal or World Formula only. Competitors in the same division, and in the same race may make a protest on an engine. No protesting in Rookie Class. Handlers may not protest more than one car per event and may not protest same driver more than once per calendar year. Honda Engines and World Formula/Animal Engines may be protested for $400.00 cash only plus any applicable shipping charges if necessary. No protested related inspection will be started prior to the funds being posted with the proper official. This protest form and cash must be submitted to the Chief Steward, or his/her designee, before the end of the race that the protested engine is participating in I.E. Checkered ﬂag lap complete. The protest can only be made during an A-Main event. The person protesting the motor must have their engine inspected for compliance ﬁrst. If the “protester’s” engine is found illegal the protest is null and void and the protest fee will go to the club. If the “protester’s” engine is found legal the protest will continue. The Chief Steward, his/her designee, will hold the protest money until the protested engine has been inspected for legality. The protested engine shall be tagged/marked and sealed as soon as it car comes across the scale if it has not been sealed prior.
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 ...
Daytona 675 Race Parts Triumph's ground-breaking Daytona 675 has not only received global recognition for its performance on the road, but also for its outstanding ability on the race track. To further support this exceptional track ability, Triumph have launched a Racing Support Programme, which is now further complemented by the launch of a range of Triumph Genuine Race Parts. Factory developed in collaboration with Paul Young Racing, these parts have been designed to give significant improvements in engine performance for race purposes. This results in the class-leading Daytona 675 being competitive on the racetrack at the highest level. Triumph Genuine Race Parts are sold individually and a number of the parts need to be used in conjunction with each other to ensure the best performance gains are realised and also to prevent premature wear on associated components. Please ensure you read the user manual in full to understand this detail prior to fitting or using any of the Triumph Genuine Race Parts. © Triumph Designs Ltd 2007.
This manual is designed primarily for use by trained technicians in a properly equipped workshop. However, it contains enough detail and basic information to make it useful to the owner who desires to perform his own basic maintenance and repair work. The work can only be carried out if the owner has the necessary hand and special service tools to complete the job. A basic knowledge of mechanics, including the proper use of tools and workshop procedures is necessary in order to carry out maintenance and repair work satisfactorily. Whenever the owner has insufficient experience or doubts his ability to do the work, an authorised Triumph dealer must undertake all adjustments, maintenance, and repair work. In order to perform the work efficiently and to avoid costly mistakes, read the text and thoroughly familiarise yourself with procedures before starting work. All work should be performed with great care and in a clean working area with adequate lighting. Always use the correct special service tools or equipment specified. Under no circumstances use makeshift tools or equipment since the use of substitutes may adversely affect safe operation. Where accurate measurements are required, they can only be made using calibrated, precision instruments. For the duration of the warranty period, an authorised Triumph dealer must perform all repairs and scheduled maintenance. How to use this manual To assist in the use of this manual, the section title is given at the top of each page. Each major section starts with a contents page, listing the information contained in the section. The individual steps comprising repair operations are to be followed in the sequence in which they appear. Adjustment and repair operations include reference to service tool numbers and the associated illustration depicts the tool. Where usage is not obvious, the tool is shown in use. Adjustment and repair operations also include reference to wear limits, relevant data, torque figures, specialist information and useful assembly details. Warnings, Cautions and Notes Particularly important information is presented in the following form:...
HONDA CLAIM RULE - For GX120 QMA Type Engines 1. All engine claims must follow procedure listed in QMA rulebook. Please see Article 6, Section 1 HONDA SUSPENSIONS 1. All suspensions must follow procedure listed in QMA rulebook. Please see Article 6, Section 2 GENERAL RULES Only stock Honda GX120K1HX2 engine and gearbox will be used in this class. All parts will be stock Honda specifically made for the Honda GX12OK1 HX2. U.S. = GCAHK. Canada = GCAAT UY-2 = GCBMT Honda replacement block 12000-Z0S-416 IS ALLOWED All stock Honda parts must be used and properly installed with the following exceptions: The following (listed below) gaskets that are coming from Honda are tan & green will be legal to use Intake Gasket, Carb Gasket, Side Cover Gasket A. Governor System may be partially or fully removed with the exception of the steel drive gear on the crankshaft. This gear must remain intact. If shaft is removed hole must be plugged. Hole can be tapped for thread or epoxy. No welding. B. Factory air cleaner must be removed. Any air filter may be attached to the outside of air filter adapter. Outer wear style or equivalent can be used over carburetor only with no adapter. The approved air filter adapter may be run with or without an air filter. Any air filter may be used with adapter as long as there are no devices inside the air filter or adapter. (I.E. Springs not allowed) Hose from valve cover must go into a catch can. (We are using “outerwear” to define a style not brand name). 1. The use of air filters during qualifying at asphalt and dirt events is illegal. The Senior Tech. Official reserves the right to allow filters at any event that it’s deemed necessary. C. Stock Honda fuel tank must be removed. D. Recoil starter must be removed. Pull cup may be cut down for washer. Must use original cup. E. Exhaust: Stock Honda muffler will be removed. Mounting flange may be cut off of muffler and used as adapter flange. Any transition from the “D” shape of the exhaust port to round must take place with in the thickness (0.250” max.) of the flange. This applies to all exhaust systems. No steps or tapers allowed, pipe must be 1piece continuous pipe from flange or slip nipple to muffler coupler. No sections of pipe welded together (BUTT WELDS). grind marks are allowed past 0.250” flange area. No suspension for exhaust flange or pipe infraction just disqualification. If an after market flange is used, maximum allowable flange thickness will be 0.250 inches. If slip on type flange assembly is used, pipe stub will be a maximum 0.880 inches outside diameter tubing with a maximum overall length of 1.500” inches. Pipe stub must be inserted into exhaust pipe at least 0.750 inches and will have minimal exhaust leakage. Muffler to be used will be 4 to 8 hp Briggs & Stratton, part number 294599 or equal equivalent. Muffler will be internally unaltered except that the round cup shaped baffle may be welded to the perforated baffle without moving its original location. Threads will not be removed from muffler. Exhaust pipe will be a maximum of 1.000” inches outside diameter with a length of 20.0” to 26.0” including a threaded pipe coupler to welded to the end of
General advice While developing this product, your personal safety combined with the best operating service, modern design and an up-to-date production technique was especially taken into account. Unfortunately, despite the utmost care injuries and/or damages might occur due to improper installation and/or use. Please read the attached instruction manual completely with great care and keep it! All articles of our production line pass through a 100 % check - for your safety and security. We reserve the right to carry out technical changes which serve the improvement at any time. According to each article and purpose, it is sometimes necessary to check each country’s legal regulations before installing and starting the unit. In case of guarantee claims, the device has to be sent back to the seller in the original packaging with the attached bill of purchase and detailed defect‘s description. Please pay attention to the manufacturer‘s return requirements (RMA). The legal warranty directions are valid. The guarantee claim as well as the operating permission becomes invalid due to: a) unauthorized changes to the device or accessories which have not been approved or carried out by the manufacturer or its partners b) opening the device‘s frame c) device‘s repairs carried out by one‘s own d) improper use / operation e) brute force to the device (drop, wilful damage, accident etc.) During installation, please pay attention to all safety relevant and legal directions. The device has only to be installed by trained personnel or similarly qualified people. Please limit on installation or function problems the troubleshooting to 0.5 hours for mechanical and 1.0 hours for electronic works. To avoid unnecessary work and to save costs, please send us immediately via the contact form Kufatec (http://www.kufatec.de/shop/de/infocenter/) a request to our technical support. Please quote the following necessarily: Vehicle Identification Number
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AUDI PERFORMANCE & RACING, LLC does not endorse modiﬁcation of vehicles for use in public highways where warranty or government regulations may be violated. As an express condition of sale of any performance part, the buyer acknowledges and agrees to use the performance parts for the modiﬁcation of vehicles in a manner consistent with any and all local and federal regulations and laws, including sanctioned OFF-ROAD competitive events. Emission related aftermarket parts that modify the emission control system may not be legal for sale or use on pollution controlled vehicles. Parts sold by AUDI PERFORMANCE & RACING, LLC are legal only for racing vehicles which may never be used upon a public highway. Performance parts and equipment are sold AS IS without any warranty whatsoever, unless indicated otherwise. There is no warranty implied or stated due to the intended use and purpose of performance parts. While every effort is made to provide technical information and assistance, we have no control over owner installation, modiﬁcation, and unusual stress that performance parts are subject to. The buyer assumes all responsibility for determining the suitability of the product. The entire risk as to quality and performance parts is assumed by the buyer. In the event such parts proves defective following their purchase and installation, the buyer, not AUDI PERFORMANCE & RACING, LLC, the manufacturer, the distributor, or retailer, assumes the entire cost of any necessary servicing, repair, or replacement. AUDI PERFORMANCE & RACING, LLC will not be responsible for any direct or indirect, actual or incidental expenses attributable to the use of any performance parts, or to delay and inconvenience caused by the necessity of repairing or replacing performance parts.
Assigning the Switch IP Address and Default Gateway This chapter describes how to create the initial switch configuration (for example, assigning the IP address and default gateway information) for the Catalyst 3750 switch by using a variety of automatic and manual methods. It also describes how to modify the switch startup configuration. Unless otherwise noted, the term switch refers to a standalone switch and to a switch stack. Note For complete syntax and usage information for the commands used in this chapter, see the command reference for this release and the Cisco IOS IP Command Reference, Volume 1 of 3: Addressing and Services from the Cisco.com page under Documentation > Cisco IOS Software > 12.2 Mainline > Command References. This chapter consists of these sections: • • Assigning Switch Information, page 3-2
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)