Frame mount user manual scans..

ibcnya

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Vague to say the least but still a reference point IMO...







the rest in next post....
 
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mechanickid

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wow thats a whole lot more than mine had in it! my manual explained things like this: "install engine, install rear crank, install carburetor, install "oil tank", install throttle and clutch."
 

Technocyclist

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yup, it even has an exploded view of the whole engine... parts and everything... Thanks for sharing this... :)
 

Bikeguy Joe

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I just love the butchered English....

"You should not allow fill into oil tank two kinds of oil respectively, avoid adding pure petrol to oil tank."

Or- "When adjustment loosens, I screw first."
 
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Oh I know the Engrish is fun to read...My engine came with the same brochure. I read it out loud to the guys in the shop so we could all have a good laugh.

Then again I'm sure if I offered a product to them, they'd get a kick out of my version of Mandarin.

Considering they have a global market...I'm sure they could justify, (cost-wise), having somebody write them a good installation manual.

I thought about doing up a really good installation manual that would include a CD. It would be a lot of work. Probably just get ripped-off and bootlegged.

Jim
 

Walter F.

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Boy I bet the newbies would love that, a CD of how to put the kit together!Can't you put your name or logo in with the making of the CD. I don't know, it's all I can do to get a CD to play. Still I like the idea. Happy Hills & Trails Walter F.
 

old motorbike

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I laughed at that (instruction manual) when I attempted to build mine.
It's a good thing, I've always been a junkyard rigger, so it was easy without instructions.