Interesting site. Specs and a few manuals.


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Interesting site. Specs and a few manuals.

Postby dingdong » Sat Aug 16, 2014 7:46 am



1100 /1200 Haynes service manuals. May be more I didn't look for all. http://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/index.htm


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Re: Interesting site. Specs and a few manuals.

Postby mrtwowheel » Sat Aug 16, 2014 11:29 am

Thanks for that link dingdong. I spent some time on the site and really enjoyed reading the Cycle Magazine reviews. Cycle was so critically honest in their roadtests and reviews that Harley Davidson would not supply them with test bikes because Harley knew that the first test that Cycle would do would be on a Dyno. Harley blocked any publication of their horsepower. Cycle was strongly responsible in the fast advancement of motorcycles during their day. I think the specs that I saw came from a different source than Cycle. Some specs that Cycle would publish in the list were missing, for instance speedometer accuracy.

I couldn't find the manuals.

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Re: Interesting site. Specs and a few manuals.

Postby themainviking » Sat Aug 16, 2014 11:44 am

mrtwowheel wrote:I couldn't find the manuals.

Scott


The manuals, if available are at the bottom of the spec sheet for each bike.
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