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Workshop manual for GK71F


I'm after a workshop manual for the GK71F. I'm having a hard time coming accross one. I had came accross one that was in japanese. While I can rather slowley translate Japanese, I fail at kanji and alot of the more technical words that one doesn't come accross in everyday speech thus making it near impossible for me to translate it.

so, if anyone has a copy be it book or CDROM, please let me know

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The words "hen's teeth" and "rocking horse poo" come to mind James. If you can get the Jap version then have it as it's about all you're likely to find.

I can probably do you an electronic copy of the parts manual. Is yours the single h/light or twin h/light version?


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hi guys I'm also after a manual for the gk71f 1986 single h/light,while looking through the net theres a guy on bike [sign in to see URL] says he's got stuff but i've yet to hear back from him [sign in to see URL] you have any service info oil amounts valve clearances etc i be grateful .
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  ps any idea what sticks abs plastic as my fairing has cracks in it
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Hallo Mike, if you can hang on for a few days I can probably put together the essential specs for you - valve clearances, oil amounts torque settings etc. You may need to remind me again sometime next week if I haven't sorted it for you by then.

As for the plastics, it's worth getting them properly plastic welded. I had the fairings on my SV650s done recently by a chap not far from me here in Wales. He made a superb job of them and with a proper paint job it'll look like new.

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Hi not been online for a while,got a new bike (gsr600) so the gsxer has been [sign in to see URL] looking for any info for it but now i'm back on 2 wheels it ain't so [sign in to see URL] next job is to replace the coil signal generators as i was told this was the reason the bike was cutting out in traffic. Happy biking
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was the gk71f sold on the swedish market as well as japan
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I believe it was and in fact I think there were some Swedish manuals printed.

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Hi Gary back online again got a week off work & hoping to crack on with the gixer,any ideas on how to get to the coil signal generators,i believe they are behind the rotor which has a 17mm nut on ,is it l/h or r/h thread,i think i might need to use an impact wench as i tried standing on the brakes & trying to turn it but no joy
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Wedge the rear wheel against the swingarm by putting good stout piece of wood through the wheeland onto the swingarm. Should hold it enough to undo the rotor nut.

Have a look at page 2 of ,offset=10]this thread for a sequence of pictures that may be useful. And don't forget to take lots of pictures as you dismantle so that you can see where everything goes back (and you can also post up a bit of a write here too!) emoticon

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