Sunday, September 30, 2012

Yamaha zuma/bws 02+ work with two throttle cable Manual

Yamaha zuma/bws 02+ work with two throttle cable Manual
The Yamaha zuma/bws 02+ work with two throttle cable. The problem is that if you upgrade your carburetor with a bigger one, you will need to convert to a single throttle cable. The biggest problem is not to put a single cable but more to get the proper range of throttle opening and a throttle stopper. So we have made this conversion kit that made any aftermarket carburetor working at 100%, Instruction
  1. Remove the front cover (Fig. 1) 
  2. Remove the under floor panel (Fig. 1) 
  3. Remove the leg shield (Fig. 1) 
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YAMAHA ZUMA 09-12’ Complete Graphic Kit


For best results, remove all existing stickers on any surface areas wherever your new Factory Effex graphic kit will be applied.

1. Be sure to clean all oil, waxes, or fuel residue from all ares where graphics will be applied. Use a clean cloth and contact
cleaner or rubbing alcohol. Be sure to let any cleaners completely dry before application of any graphics.

2. Choose a graphic piece from the sheets and reference the number next to it. Use the diagram below to find its correct
location on your bike by matching the number.

3. Install at room temperature to make application easy. Remove the backing on graphic, line up with correct location on bike
and gently applying. Start at the center edge and work your way out until all air bubbles have been pushed out. Once installed,
firmly press all edges to ensure long lasting adhesion.

Be sure to visit Factoryeffex.com for video installation tips and to see the complete line of FX sport bike and off-road products.
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Yamaha CW50TJ Parts List Zuma II


Yamaha CW50TJ Parts List Zuma II
here is informaion about Yamaha CW50TJ Parts List Zuma II
you can download the manual here notes its would be useful for getting yamaha zuma performance.
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2009-2011 Yamaha Zuma 125 Z-Fi factory service manual

Page 1 2009-2011 Yamaha Zuma 125 Z-Fi Installation Instructions P/N F771 WARNING! USE ONLY IN RACE OR OTHER CLOSED COURSE APPLICATIONS AND NEVER ON PUBLIC ROADS Parts List: Z-Fi Scooter Control Unit Fuel Harness Download Z-Fi Mapper Software & Its Instrucitons from Website USB Cable O2 Eliminators (1) Scotchlok (2) Stickers R This document is intended for use by qualified technicians. For more specific stock component identifition and location information refer to a factory service manual.

For more specific stock component identifition and location information refer to a factory service manual. 15330 Fairfield Ranch Rd., Unit E, Chino Hills, CA 91709 Phone (909) 597-8300 Fax (909)597-5580 www.Bazzaz.net To create the ideal map(s) we recommend using the optimal Z-AFM self-tuning module Page 2 1. Remove the following components: seat, under seat storage compartment and both rear side fairings. 
Note: It is not completely necessary to remove the seat and storage compartment but it is recommended to remove these components to more easily install the Bazzaz kit. 2. Mount the Z-Fi control unit inside the left frame rail. Secure it in place with the two large cable ties supplied with the Bazzaz kitdownload here
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Yamaha Zuma 125 V.A.L.E.™ Full Exhaust System Installation Instructions

Yamaha Zuma 125 V.A.L.E.™ Full Exhaust System Installation Instructions :We recommend that this performance part be installed by a qualified motorcycle technician. If you have any doubts as to your ability to install this performance part, please consult with your local motorcycle dealer. Read all instructions first before starting installation. Make sure the motorcycle and exhaust system are completely cool before starting the installation. Also, make sure the bike is secure on a centerstand or ideally a service lift during installation. Be sure to save all stock components for possible use later.

Care & Cleaning Keep system free of dirt and moisture. Store in a cool, dry place. For cleaning use a mild spray cleaner. Always apply cleaner or polish with a soft, clean cloth. Stainless Header System: Polished stainless steel pipes will turn a light golden hue after a few heat cycles, this is a normal characteristic of high quality stainless steel. Carbon Fiber Mufflers: Always make sure the fiberglass packing inside is in good condition and not burned out, as exhaust heat inside an empty canister will deteriorate the Carbon Fiber sleeve.

 TBR sells repack kits (TBR part # 005- 10038) that include new rivets and repack material as well as a drill bit (#30), making it easy to do yourself. Also, NEVER dyno test your bike with carbon fiber mufflers installed - the intense heat and lack of cooling air can quickly cause the CF material to burn. Two Brothers Racing does not provide a warranty for burned carbon fiber. Aluminum Mufflers: Use an aluminum or mag wheel polish such as Mother’s to restore the bright finish to factory spec.

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Honda History

Honda History
It would be unfair to begin any history of the Honda Civic without taking a few moments to recognize the achievements of Honda’s founder, Soichiro Honda. Born in the small rural Japanese town of Hamamatsu in 1906, Soichiro left home as a teenager and began his working life as a junior apprentice in one of the few auto repair garages that were in Tokyo in those days. After surviving Tokyo’s Great Earthquake of 1923 and helping his “master” rebuild, Soichiro returned to his hometown, where he ended up manufacturing piston rings – ironically selling some to Toyota. The end of World War II saw Soichiro selling Toyota his piston ring factory to pursue other (less successful) ventures.

As fate would have it, he acquired 500 small military- surplus generator engines. With minimal tools, and operating out of a 12- by 18-foot shack, Honda and his 12 employees began converting bicycles to use these motors. With the popu- larity of his bikes growing swiftly, they soon ran out of engines, and he was forced to design and manufacture his own. It proved successful, and in 1948, the Honda Motor Company was officially formed. By 1954, Soichiro decided to take a major risk, investing heavily in a new factory and much needed equipment. The early 1960s found Honda’s motorbikes well regarded and selling briskly – their user-friendly 50cc C100 Super Cub was a sales hit.

 It would be at the 1962 Tokyo Auto Show that Honda’s first serious four-wheeled passenger vehicles, the S500 Sports coupe and convertible, were shown. Their driveline was very motorcycle-like, with 360cc and 500cc DOHC inline fours driv- ing a complex rear axle that used aluminum chaincases to pro- vide a form of independent suspension. Later S800 versions gained a more conventional rear end, and produced 70 hp at 8,000 rpm, with an insane 11,000-rpm redline. download more detail here
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Guide how to install radio on 1999-2000 honda civic

Guide how to install radio on 1999-2000 honda civic
Rating for this manual:Easy. No advanced skills or specialty tools needed. Basics. Simple tools required. Installs quickly. Intermediate. Requires knowledge of tools, or disassembly of panels. Advanced. Requires advanced tools, or extra time. Difficult. Involves modifying or cutting of the installation area. Advanced tools and/or skills required. Best if performed by experienced installers.

TOOL TIPS: Small Battery: use a battery to test speaker wires. Touching the (+) positive and (-) negative baterry leads to a pair of speaker will cause the speaker to make a “Pop” sound indicating that pair of wires goes to that speaker. Voltage Meter: Always check +12 Volt power wires for voltage before making wire connections. These wires will fluctuate between 10 and 14 Volts. Solder Iron or Crimp Tool: make wire to wire connections using either a solder iron and electrical tape, OR plastic crimp terminals found at most hardware or auto parts stores.get here
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2001 Honda Civic Wiring Diagram Information Guide

2001 Honda Civic Wiring Diagram Information Guide
this information is about 2001 Honda Civic Wiring Diagramm if you re owner of this vehicle and if you wanna know inside of this car electric then you need to download this 2001 Honda Civic Wiring Diagram pdf guide, believe this will be usefull for you. to download this 2001 Honda Civic Wiring Diagram here
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2012 HONDA CIVIC EX Guide Manual

2012 HONDA CIVIC EX
coupe body styles. At the outset it was supposed to be larger but Honda had a change of heart, which delayed its arrival. All dimensions are practically the same as before except wheelbase, which shrinks 3 cm in the sedan and 2.8 cm in the coupe. Despite the shorter wheelbase, the sedan’s interior volume increases by about 4%.

The sedan is offered in six versions: DX, LX, EX, EX-L, Si and Hybrid. Interior and trunk The Civic is relatively low, which complicates entry and exit. The new, lighter seats are comfortable but they would be so if the cushion angle could be adjusted and if the angle of the backrest adjusted more precisely. The driving position is good but again, more adjustability would make it better.

The seats do not have lumbar adjustment. Leg room is good, but with the sunroof, head room is rather tight for tall people. Rear access is more difficult because the roof is lower at the back and the doors are narrow. Exit is further complicated by the lack of space between the B-pillars and the seat cushion. The bench seat is comfortable for two, but head room is very limited for people of above-average height. The 60/40-split seatback (one-piece in the DX) folds nearly flat, but about 8 cm higher than the floor of the trunk. The trunk opening behind the seat is narrow and low. get pdf here
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Introducing the all-new 2012 Honda Civic Manual

Introducing the all-new 2012 Honda Civic. Or should we say “Civics”? There are five different models in the Civic family, with one that’s suited to you. Why? It’s simple, really: because all of us, from Earth lovers to leadfoots to carpoolers, are looking for our own unique mix of everything that makes a Civic a Civic. In short, because we’re all different. The ride of a nation.

Made right here at home in our Alliston, Ontario plant, the Civic isn’t just Canada’s best-selling car for 13 years running. It’s a big part of Honda’s Canadian identity. And with five different models and over 1.6 million sold, it seems like there really is a Civic for all of us.
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