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I've been looking for this manual in the threads but the links are all dead. Could anyone be having a PDF version?
 

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No intro, no foreplay just straight to the ask huh?

The vibe you give off is you're just here for a freebie and there are a ton of people on the site that's aren't good with that. What makes this site great is it's a collection of folks that love their rides and don't mind helping others keep their rides on the road. The unwritten rule is you have to contribute to the site ; it can be financially (premium membership);though the sharing of knowledge or even comic relief but you have to give to get.

PS you didn't look hard for it
 

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No intro, no foreplay just straight to the ask huh?

The vibe you give off is you're just here for a freebie and there are a ton of people on the site that's aren't good with that. What makes this site great is it's a collection of folks that love their rides and don't mind helping others keep their rides on the road. The unwritten rule is you have to contribute to the site ; it can be financially (premium membership);though the sharing of knowledge or even comic relief but you have to give to get.

PS you didn't look hard for it
Thank you 6klub.


Patrick, we all understand the frustration of having bike related issues and wanting to rectify those issues. But please head over to "The Starting Line" section and make an Intro post. Nothing too deep, maybe info on your bike and riding experience.

Then feel free to ask away, keeping in mind you need find some way to contribute to the site.
You know...bike pics or nekkid g/f pics.
We are simple men with simple pleasures.. :spit
 

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But it's NOT the same. Close, but no cigar.

The 750 is not just a "bored-out" 600. The fork internals are TOTALLY different. The 750 had high and low speed compression/rebound damping, vs. the 600 single damping. Same for the shocks. The injectors are not the same. The transmission ratios are different. The clutch output ratio is different. Bearing nut cap for the con rods are different torques. Final drive ratios are different. For the body/outer workings, the manuals are pretty much interchangeable, but the mechanical internals have enough of a difference that it's worth picking the flyshit out of pepper.
 
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