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Haynes vs Clymer vs Kawasaki genuine workshop manuals 01 Aug 2020 20:38 #832071

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Factory it is then, it’s also good to know that I have extra bog roll and fire starters laying around the garage. Thanks everyone

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Haynes vs Clymer vs Kawasaki genuine workshop manuals 02 Aug 2020 07:54 #832097

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hardrockminer wrote: The Kawasaki service manual is my bible. Sometimes they don't show enough detail but if I'm pondering how things go together I can always go to the parts fiches. The Clymer manual is useful as a second source. I don't have Haynes so can't speak to it. I also have a complete set of Kawasaki maintenance training manuals for a deeper understanding of how things work. They are much the same as the videos.


I agree........ I always lay out both the factory and early Clymer. There has been times where there combined pics and explanations have helped me see things a little clearer.
1978 KZ650 b-2
700cc Wiseco kit 10 to 1.
1980 KZ750 cam, ape springs, stock clutch/ Barnett springs.
Vance and Hines Header w/ comp baffle and Ape pods, Dyna S and green coils, copper wires.
29MM smooth bores W/ 17.5 pilots, 0-6s and 117.5 main
16/42 gearing X ring chain and alum rear JT sprocket....

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