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A9900320 Rocket 3 Touring Master Cylinder Cover Kit EN.fm

Fitting Instructions: Rocket III Touring Chrome Master Cylinder Cover Kit - A9738069 Thank you for choosing this Triumph genuine accessory kit. This accessory kit is the product of Triumph's use of proven engineering, exhaustive testing, and continuous striving for superior reliability, safety and performance.Completely read all of these instructions before commencing the installation of the accessory kit in order to become thoroughly familiar with the kit’s features and the installation process.These instructions should be considered a permanent part of your accessory kit, and should remain with it even if your accessory equipped motorcycle is subsequently sold. This accessory kit is designed for use on Triumph Rocket III Touring motorcycles only and should not be fitted to any other Triumph model or to any other manufacturers motorcycle. Fitting this accessory kit to any other Triumph model, or to any other manufacturers motorcycle, may interfere with the rider and could affect the handling, stability or other aspects of the motorcycles operation which may result in loss of motorcycle control and an accident. Always have Triumph approved parts, accessories and conversions fitted by a trained technician of an authorized Triumph dealer. The fitment of parts, accessories and conversions by a technician who is not of an authorised Triumph dealer may affect the handling, stability or other aspects of the motorcycles operation which may result in loss of motorcycle control and an accident. Throughout this operation, ensure that the motorcycle is stabilised and adequately supported to prevent risk of injury from the motorcycle falling. A torque wrench of known accurate calibration must be used when fitting this accessory kit. Failure to tighten any of the fasteners to the correct torque specification may result in loss of motorcycle control and an accident. Remove the right hand side mirror, retain the mirror and fixings for reuse. Loosen, alternately, the master cylinder reservoir cap fixings. Remove the fixings and retain if the motorcycle is to be returned to its original condition. Do not remove the master cylinder cap. Remove the original tolerance ring from the mirror mounting point and discard. Fit the two stand-offs to the original master cylinder cap fixing points. Tighten to 2 Nm. Failure to follow the correct mirror fitting procedure will cause the mirror to work loose and could allow movement of the mirror assembly when riding the motorcycle. This may result in loss of motorcycle control and an accident. Fit the mirror fitting tool onto the mirror fixing screw, ensure the recess in the fitting tool is positioned at the top as shown...

Installation instructions for FC7 Forward Controls for Kawasaki ...

Installation instructions for FC7 Forward Controls for Kawasaki Vulcan Classic 800 VN800B and Custom VN800A It is highly recommended that you use a thread lock compound such as Loctite 248 Threadlocker Stick on all threads to keep them from vibrating loose. Please read these instructions entirely before starting. This picture shows the components of the FC7. Parts will be referred to by the names & numbers shown here. If you are missing anything please email sales@refinedcycle.com. If you are also installing the PDL4 Pedal Kit, please refer to the PDL4 Installation instructions. Brake side Loosen the brake cable retaining clip on the bottom of the frame, under the exhaust pipe.Loosen the brake rod adjusting nut to allow slack in the brake line. See picture A. Cut the wire ties holding the brake switch wire to the frame, and work a little slack loose. Remove the two bolts holding the foot rest bracket to the frame and tilt the entire assembly out toward you to allow access to the inside. See picture B. Remove the cotter pin, washer and clevis pin from the end of the brake cable attached to the brake arm. Slide the rubber end off of the brake cable. While holding the brake cable with your left hand pull the foot rest bracket forward with your right hand to line up internal wire of the brake cable with the slot in the brake cable mount and remove the cable. Use needle nose pliers to remove the spring from the brake light switch. Use a small screw driver to push in the tabs of the brake light switch and work it out of its mount. Remove the pedal return spring from the brake arm, then remove the bolt holding the arm and slide it off of the brake pedal spline. Remove the brake pedal. Attach the Brake Cable Mount (Part #7) to the FC7-R (Part #9) with a 3/8-16x1.25” Button Head Cap Screw (Part #5) and a finger tightened 3/8” Nut (Part #3) as shown in picture C. Reinstall the brake cable into the Brake Cable Mount on the FC7-R, in the same manner that it was removed from the old mount. Insert an M10-1.25x70 Socket Head Cap Screw (Part #2) into the lower, rear hole of the FC7-R, then through the Brake Cable Mount and into a 1.5” Spacer (Part #14), and thread just a few turns into the frame. Insert an M10-1.25x70 Socket Head Cap Screw into the middle hole of the FC7-R, then through a 3/8” Zinc Washer (Part #15) and into a 1.5” Spacer, and tighten both front and back mounting bolts.Attach a foot peg to the front hole of the FC7-R.Attach the Brake Linkage (Part #11) to the brake cable using the clevis pin, washer and cotter pin previously removed. Connect one end of the pedal return spring to the Brake Linkage and connect the other end to the 3/8” Button Head Cap Screw used previously to attach the Brake Cable Mount. Secure the spring with another 3/8” Nut but only finger tighten at this time. See picture D...

Thanks for Ordering The Kawasaki Vulcan 1500 Classic ... - Doczine

Thanks for Ordering The Kawasaki Vulcan 1500 Classic/Nomad/Drifter Ergonomic Brake Pedal from READ THIS BEFORE UNPACKING YOUR KIT! This instruction booklet contains detailed steps for installing the Scootworks Ergonomic Brake Pedal on Kawasaki Vulcan 1500 Classic, Nomad, and Drifter motorcycles. If you have any questions concerning installation of your new Scootworks accessory, The installation of the Scootworks Ergonomic Brake Pedal is very straightforward, requiring minimal mechanical skills. However, Scootworks wanted to assist you as much as possible with the installation process, and developed this instruction booklet as a result. If there are any steps The shipping container and contents must be inspected by the purchaser for damage to goods immediately upon receipt of goods, and a claim must be filed with the carrier if damage is discovered. The purchaser must contact Scootworks within 24 hours from receipt of damaged goods to file a claim, and for further instructions. Your Scootworks Ergonomic Brake Pedal will come packed with these instructions. The pedal in the picture above is the original pedal supplied with the Vulcan 1500 Classic, Nomad, and Drifters. Notice the location of the brake pedal’s pad, covering a portion of the floorboard. Many riders find that they ride with their foot slipped under the brake pad, requiring that they pull their from under the pad before they can press the break. Riders wearing thick boots and/or with larger feet find that this configuration wastes some of their valuable floorboard space. In response to requests from our customers, Scootworks designed an Ergonomic Pedal, moving the pad out towards the forward edge of the floorboard and exposing the entire floorboard for use by the rider. Excited? You should be! Let’s get busy and install your new pedal… 2. First, let’s remove the floorboard from it’s mount. In the photo below, you’ll notice the two pivot pins and the floorboard spring exposed, when the floorboard is lifted. Using the needle nose pliers, remove the floorboard spring and place aside. Next, use a straight screwdriver, and remove the C-clips, one is located on each floorboard pivot pin. Place these aside for re-installation later. Lift the floorboard from it’s mount, exposing the OEM pedal for removal. 3. Below you’ll see the floorboard mount with the floorboard removed… 4. Located just behind the black mounting plate that supports the brake lever, you’ll find a 12mm hex head bolt. This bolt pinches the attaching linkage, securing it to the shaft of the pedal...

HARLEY-DAVIDSON, MODEL 125, 4 BRUSH GENERATOR. - -

HARLEY-DAVIDSON, MODEL 125, 4 BRUSH GENERATOR. wire, and Black ignition t i m e r wirp f r o m ignition coil. C i r c u i t b r e a k e i l e v e r s p r i n g is a l s o s e c u r e d to this terminal. ignition coil. T h i s wire which a l s o h a s a splice type t e r m i n a l , e m e r g e s n e a r b a t t e r y , f r o m cable that l e a d s f r o m ignition-light switch t o r e a r of motorcycle. 2. T e r m i n a l of G r e e n wire; connect to F" t e r m i n a l on voltage regulator. 3. T e r m i n a l of Yellow ground = wire; connect to r e g u l a t o r mounting b r a c ket, along with b a t t e r y ground _L wire. 4. T e r m i n a l of Red wire; connect to "GEN" t e r m i n a l on voltage regulator. 5. Junction t e r m i n a l e f o r left s i d e gene r a t o r field coil w i r e , and G r e e n wire f r o m voltage regulator "F" terminal. 7 . Ground t e r m i n a l , f o r two groundF b r u s h w i r e s , and Yellow ground F wire f r o m regulator mounting b r a c ket. 8. Junction t e r m i n a l , f o r r i g h t side g e n e r a t o r f i e l d coil w i r e , two positive b r u s h w i r e s and Red wire f r o m voltage r e g u l a t o r 'GEN" t e r minal. - Ground b r u s h holder. P o s i t i v e b r u s h holder. Harley-Davidson Motor Co. Milwaukee 1, Wisconsin. U.S.A. Harley Hummer Club, Inc. - Used by Permission of Harley-Davidson, Inc...

AIR HORNS FOR HARLEY-DAVIDSON ... - eGlideGoodies

AIR HORNS FOR HARLEY-DAVIDSON INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS WIRE LOOM AND HORNS Remove the stock horn and bracket from the stud it is mounted to and unplug the 2 wires. Remove the seat.Route the end of the wire and hose loom without the connectors. Starting in front of the fuel valve, route this loom behind the valve, over the fuel line over the rear cylinder head along the existing wiring or hoses - if your model has any. Follow the frame to where the back bone and seat support rails come together. Route the loom up into the general area where the compressor will mount (i.e. see diagram). Attach the hose to the 'Y' connector on the horns themselves. Attach the two black wires from the loom to the relay terminals #87 and #30, located between the air horns behind chrome cover. Attach the wires from the original horn to the remaining terminals #85 and #86 (NOTE: it makes no difference which wire goes to which terminal). Attach the relay to the back of the horn bracket assembly or up under the fuel tank using the small cable tie provided. NOTE: the terminals must point downward to prevent water from entering the relay! Install the horn assembly using the 1/4" thick chrome washer provided behind the horn mounting bracket. Use the original acorn nut and tighten securely. Check to see that the horns have at least 1/4" clearance between the engine, shift linkage and choke knob. They should be horizontal or angle down at the front just slightly. Take any slack out of the loom, keeping it up against the frame and away from the engine or exhaust, using several of the small cable ties provided. Due to the vast differences in years and models, it is not possible to have one or two brackets that will fit all models. You may need to mount the compressor in a different position or find an alternative location, such as under one of the side covers. On 2001 and newer Tour models there is room in front of the battery to mount it horizontally. On 1997-2000 fuel injected models, under the front portion of the right hand side cover is an excellent location. On most Softtail models you can attach it to the frame tube behind the rear cylinder. On some models such as Sportsters there may not be a place to conceal the compressor; there is a chrome cover and cap available to dress it up for exposed mounting. (RIVCO part no #CMPCR) If mounting the compressor vertically as pictured, try to keep the end with the electrical terminals pointing downward. You can use the long cable ties provided to attach the compressor to the frame or an existing wiring loom...

harley davidson motorcycle equipment installation manual

harley davidson motorcycle equipment installation manual (All mounting systems included in this manual were designed specifically for the Electra-Glide Model Harley Davidson Motorcycle. A current 2008 model year bike was used for development) 1. Install the wiring terminations provided within the LED assembly. 2. Place retainer ring against back of LED housing with flat notch facing down to match up with clamshell on trim ring 3. Place trim ring over front of LED light and fully seat against flange of LED assembly. 4. Rotate LED assembly so that TOP indicated on LED lens is actually at the 12:00 O’clock position on the bike, 5. Place the LED housing, trim ring and retainer onto light housing of bike. 6. Slide trim ring over retainer and into groove on light housing. 7. Tighten clamshell screw at bottom of LED light housing. Front Lighting Options Supervisor light bar 1. Remove two outboard windshield screws from front faring on bike. 2. Loosen center screw from front faring on bike. 3. Slide windscreen up and remove from front faring. (handle with care so not to scratch windscreen). 4. Loosely install two T56324 mounting brackets onto Supervisor outboard slots (threaded studs pointing upward & toward driver) 5. Slide center mounting bracket T56338 over center boss on faring with stud facing up and toward driver. 6. Place Supervisor so the center slot aligns with the center mounting bracket. 7. Feed outboard brackets down into windshield slot and over screw bosses (be sure bracket is around boss on faring.) 8. Tighten nylon locking nuts on end brackets (working both sides simultaneously) 9. Tighten center nylon nut on light bar base. 10. Slide windscreen down over center screw on faring, then feed each end of windscreen down over outboard bosses on faring. 11. Place two outboard faring screws back into faring bosses. (make sure to align screws with brass inserts within faring boss)...

Instruction manual m-CAN - Spiegler Performance Parts

Instruction manual m-CAN Exclusion of liability m-CAN+ connects all instruments from motogadget directly to the wiring harness of Harley Davidson®, model year 2004 and up. Installation and connection of additional sensors or other equipment is not necessary. Remove the original instrument and indicator light cluster regarding the HD work shop manual. Mount your motogadget instrument and if existing the motogadget indicator lights. Therefore motogadget provide a wide range of mounting accessories for Harley Davidson®. Connect the HD speedometer instrument plug to the m-CAN+, consider the cut-out on the plug has to show down to the mCAN+. Now connect the HD indicator light cluster plug to the m-CAN+, consider there are two clip pockets on the plug. The big pocket has to show to the m-CAN+ outside. Fix the m-CAN+ with cable ties to the wiring harness. Route the cable of the motogadget instrument and indicator light cluster to the m-CAN+ and shorten the cable. Consider the right cable length due to handle bar movement. Remove carefully 50mm (2 inches) of the outer cable insulation. Afterwards strip 5mm (1/5 inch) of each wire. Push a cable end sleeve over each striped cable end. Insert the prepared cable ends into the corresponding terminal (see below) and tighten the terminal screw. For a sufficient pull relief fix the instrument and indicator light cable with cable ties on the vehicle wiring harness. Additional cable fuses are not necessary. The m-CAN+ may damaged if the terminal outlets will be shortcut or a terminal outlet get in contact with earth or +12V . The fuel indicator lamp can not work if the original fuel gauge is still connected to the wiring harness. Therefore disconnect the original fuel gauge or if you like to keep the fuel gauge do not connect the cable on terminal number 12. Some of the indicator lights have a multi purpose. The following example shows the indicator light functions at the motoscope mini with the handle bar clamp. If instruments with less than 5 indicator lights will be used with the m-CAN; the fuel light will not connected. Alternatively the indicator light can be mount separately In general the m-CAN+ indicator light outlets can be used with any kind of LED. Consider the right LED polarity and the fitting series resistor. The connection of light bulbs is not possible. Connection Plan The m-CAN+ terminals are numbered as shown below. Plug the vehicle connector into the m-CAN+ as shown below. The wide ear of the 8 pol. connector must show in outside direction. Fix this connector with a cable tie. If the motogadget adapter cables for VRod or XL Sportster is used, the connector label TOP must show to the top...

Two-Battery Keypad - Sargent and Greenleaf

Two-Battery Keypad Step 1-Remove the keypad from its mounting base.This can be done by pulling the bottom of the keypad housing away from the base (photo 1). Grip the keypad housing as shown in the photograph for best results.Support the keypad housing so that the wires which are attached to its circuit board are not pulled or stressed.Do not let the keypad hangfrom its wires. Step 2-Turn the keypad over and remove both batteries. This is best done by grasping the bottom of a battery and pulling it gently away from the keypad circuit board.Do not use any type of tool to pry a battery from its holder. Step 3-lnstallnew batteries by pushingthem directly into the battery connectors attached to the keypad circuit board.It's important to support the connectors so they willnot get bent during battery insertion (photo 2).The connectors are designed to make it very difficult to installa battery incorrectly. Pay close attention to battery polarity so as not to damage a connector by forcing a battery into it backwards. Step 4--Hold the keypad housing close to the mounting base while you coilexcess wire inside the housing (photo 3).Position the wire away from the spring clips that hold the keypad housingto the mountingbase. Step 5-Aiign the spring clips with the receptacles in the base.Using steady pressure,push the keypad housing back onto its mounting base.Don't allow any wire(s) to be damaged by contact with the spring clips.The keypad housingwill snap into place on the base. Step &-Check the master code and alluser codes at least three times with the safe door open.Close the safe door only after the lock has been thoroughly checked for proper operation. NotB: 1he 6120 will opetate withjust one 9-vo/t alkaline battery attached to either connectiJr. This is only recommended under emetl8f1Cy conditions when a second mp/scement battery is not available. Using a single bBttetywill not h11111 the lock in any way...

Instructions DC50 / DC60 keypad - Fire & Security Solutions Ltd

APPENDIX DRY CONTACT An open collector output is equivalent to a Normally Open (N.O.) contact referring to ground similar to a relay contact referring to ground. The transistor is normally OFF, and its output switches to ground (-) when active. The open collector can only provide switching function for small power but it is usually good enough for controlling of an alarm system. The Duress, Inter-lock and Key Active Outputs of the keypad are open collector outputs. OPEN COLLECTOR OUTPUT ---Output switches to ground when activates The DC60SS is in the size of fitting to the electric single gang box. It can be surface mount with its aluminum housing or flush mount on wall. The DC50SS is in the size of fitting for gooseneck mounting. It is also suitable for surface mount or post mount on wall with its steel box. The DC50FS is the flush mount version of the DC50SS. It is designed for flush mounting on any brick or wooden wall with its back box. The Duress Output will switch to (-) ground when duress code is entered. You may use it to turn ON an LED lamp and/ or a small buzzer to notify a guard; or connect it to a 24 hour Normally Open protection zone of an alarm system. The tamper switch is Normally Closed while the keypad is secured on gang box. It is open when the keypad is removed from the gang box. To prevent sabotage, connect these terminals in series with a 24 hour N.C. protection zone of an alarm system if required. The Key Active Output will switch to (-) ground for 10 seconds whenever a key is touched. You may use it to turn ON an LED lamp and /or a small buzzer to notify a guard; or to energize a relay to switch ON lights or trigger an CCTV Camera to start recording. Only one connection option is recommended. Make sure the sink current does not exceed the maximum rating of 100mA. External power supply and isolation relay are strictly necessary in driving high power device, such as lights.Make sure that the relay for switching ON lights has high enough isolation between high voltage and low voltage to prevent damage of the keypad...

Phi-panel backpack assembly and keypad options Dr. John ... - InMojo

Phi-panel backpack assembly and keypad options This document guides you with assembling your phi-panel backpack and connecting it to the various available keypad options and customize your own keypads. Like phi-panel backpacks, these keypad options can be purchased, separately from phi-panel backpack, at my inmojo store: Please refer to the images in next sections. Note, the keypad kits don't include the phi-panel backpacks and backpack kits don't include keypad kits. All of these keypads are laser-cut 3mm black acrylic. If you need other colors, please check out ponoko.com for available materials and we can arrange for custom orders. Except for matrix keypad, all other keypads are glossy on one side and matte on the other side and totally reversible so you may decide which finish you like better. All kits come with mounting hardware (M3 screws, nuts and standoffs). These are keypad connections. Solder 8-pin right-angle male header or anything else you prefer. Refer to keypad connection diagrams. Connect the + side of a speaker to this pin and – side of speaker to a 300 ohm resistor then to -. To use a keypad kit, connect the 2-pin right-angle male header. See above. Ground, very convenient if you lay out your own buttons since each button needs one GND. No need to connect to if you use keypad kits. Use 6-pin right-angle female connector. Connect TX to Arduino RX, RX to Arduino TX. The MCU should be inserted to the socket with the half circle notch on the right side and circular dot on top right. This is the brown-black-black-red resistor to the right of the MCU. 16X2 LCD typically uses 47 ohm (yellow-purple-black-black) while 20X4 LCD typically uses 150 ohm (brown-green-black-black). To prevent damage, only 150 ohm is included. 16MHz crystal under shiny metal cap. Insert either way just like resistors. No polarity. Two 22pF capacitors on either side of the crystal. No polarity. Insert either way. Marked with 104. Slightly larger than 22pF capacitors. No polarity. Insert either way 10K trim potentiometer. You need to turn it to adjust contrast until you see text. First solder straight male headers to LCD. Only pins 1-6 and 11-16 need to be soldered. Trim all pins on the board that stick above the board. Use electric tape to cover the back side of the backpack. Plug LCD into the backpack, from below, with display facing down. Then solder LCD to the backpack...

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