Discussion in '8th Generation 2014-Present' started by sdouble, Apr 21, 2016.
If someone has got the service manual for the 8th gen, I'll be happy the read it.
thanks in advance
You will have to come to Canada. It's a hard copy. Repairmanual.com. $44 US
searched high and wide for an electronic copy, ended up buying a hard copy off ebay
Take a look here:
The listings are not generational but by model and year. That whole generation thing is crap. Even Harley doesn't try to pull that one off. LOL
I take it we have never found an online service manual?
Looking for a service manual Knight, got an owners manual with the bike.
DANG IT, I knew that as I proceeded, but apparently could not read this morning.
Lol, no problem. Do you know if there is a service manual available to download?
Still looking but I've had no luck, looks like somebody who owns a hard copy still needs to put in the hard yards of scanning the pages and posting
(Shotgun not me)
Found a manual online in the states for $40, but postage to here is $64 so becomes expensive.
No, I searched this site and vfrdiscussion to no avail. Someone must physically scan the manual. And most people, due to the ethical implications, would not be willing to do such especially while the manual is brand new and the publisher would potentially suffer lost sales. So there is no telling how long it would be before someone is willing to upload it.
Wow. Longest post in history???
The world is full of miscreants and scofflaws who ride Hondas..
Anybody Know the Guiness Bros? I need another fifteen minutes of fame..
So what I'm hearing is..."You'll meet the nicest thieves on a Honda"
Yeah, don't know the Guinness Bros, but I am quite familiar with Guinness Stout!
LOL At least they are smart enough to steal good bikes.
The Guiness Stout in UK and Ireland is much different than what is made here. The small bottles (8-10oz ?) are the real thing. The stuff has greater viscosity and less carbonation.
I heard that. Back in 2001 I went to Ireland with the wife and one required stop for me was the Guinness Brewery. Nothing quite like a pint straight off the factory tap! The other stop was the Jameson and Bushmills distilleries, definitely a vacation worth the money spent.
You might raise the ire of the scotch drinkers with that info. They are members of the Church of the Single Malt.
Back in the daze I lived aboot two blocks from the Sauza bottling and distilling plant in Guadalajara.
The worst example of draft vs beer in a bottle I can think of was a pint of Heiniken I tried one day in Seattle. Not even close...
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