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Are Cyclepedia manuals any good 18 Feb 2024 15:08 #895398

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Is anyone farmiliar with these manuals? I'm looking for one for a newly accuired KE100.

Cyclepedia Kawasaki KE100 Dual Sport Motorcycle Service Manual – Printed$36.95 $29.95

 
94 KE100
81 CM200t
82 KZ305
79 KZ400
85 VT 500c
85 VF1100c

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Are Cyclepedia manuals any good 23 Feb 2024 06:18 #895544

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I have not heard of them before, but if the manual is as thorough as the website claims, it should be well worth the money.
Heck, a factory manual with full color, high resolution pictures would be pretty fabulous.
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Are Cyclepedia manuals any good 23 Feb 2024 08:02 #895549

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I have seen them as results when searching for manuals on line. I have no experience with them. But even if they are reprints of old manuals whats not to like. If you do purchase one lets us know what you think.
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