XJ750 workshop manual

Discussion in 'Australian Motorcycles' started by Peter Cremasco, Sep 13, 2005.

  1. Does anybody in here have a workshop manual for an eighties model Yamaha
    XJ750 that they're be prepared to part with for a non-exorbitant amount
    of cash?

    My brother is starting to do some serious work on his, and I really
    think that he'd do much better with a decent manual with step-by-step
    illustrations and torque settings.
    ---
    Cheers

    PeterC [aka MildThing]
    '81 Suzuki GS450-s (gone on to better and brighter things - I hope)
    '87 BMW K100RT (write-off)
    '81 Yamaha Virago (XV) 750H (work in progress)
    '01 Yamaha FJR1300

    www.dmcsc.org.au
    http://eladesom.com.au/ulysses/
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    Peter Cremasco, Sep 13, 2005
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  2. Peter Cremasco

    Knobdoodle Guest

    I've got one Peter.
    You're welcome to it. (Gary Woodman sent me an XJ900 manual for free so
    this is an aus.moto karmic pay-it-forward kind of deal)
    Get your better-half to contact me and we might be able to save postage
    too.
     
    Knobdoodle, Sep 13, 2005
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  3. Thank ye muchly, Sir. In the meantime, I'll try and convince bro to NOT
    go hell for leather.

    His knee is almost up to supporting a bike, and he's determined to have
    it all maintained and ready to roll come the time. :)
    ---
    Cheers

    PeterC [aka MildThing]
    '81 Suzuki GS450-s (gone on to better and brighter things - I hope)
    '87 BMW K100RT (write-off)
    '81 Yamaha Virago (XV) 750H (work in progress)
    '01 Yamaha FJR1300

    www.dmcsc.org.au
    http://eladesom.com.au/ulysses/
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    Peter Cremasco, Sep 14, 2005
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  4. Peter Cremasco

    Knobdoodle Guest

    Hey Peter; I forgot to ask WHICH XJ750!
    That manual covers the '80-82 "Seca" model:
    http://skradzione.fm.interia.pl/PLIKI/xj750.jpg
    not the '83-89, XJ900-clone
    http://www.xj-ig.de/modell/xj750f.jpg

    I have never seen a manual for the later XJ750 but the 900 manual would
    cover most everything except the crank & pistons.

    --
    Clem
    "Great Northern Pansy" -- Sharkey.


     
    Knobdoodle, Sep 14, 2005
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  5. Going on the piccies, I'd say it's the latter.

    bugga!

    ---
    Cheers

    PeterC [aka MildThing]
    '81 Suzuki GS450-s (gone on to better and brighter things - I hope)
    '87 BMW K100RT (write-off)
    '81 Yamaha Virago (XV) 750H (work in progress)
    '01 Yamaha FJR1300

    www.dmcsc.org.au
    http://eladesom.com.au/ulysses/
    # 37181
     
    Peter Cremasco, Sep 14, 2005
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  6. Peter Cremasco

    Knobdoodle Guest

    Well the Seca manual will still cover the engine at least.
    I do have a 900 (Strider) manual too (apart from Gary's old one which I
    gave to the feller who bought my last XJ) but it's in better nick (and my
    aus.moto karma-debt is paid-up) so it'll cost your brother $20 if he wants
    it.
    Cheers .... Clem
     
    Knobdoodle, Sep 14, 2005
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  7. Peter Cremasco

    sharkey Guest

    Geez, you tight bastard. I mean, $20, you can buy an XJ650 for that!

    -----sharks
     
    sharkey, Sep 15, 2005
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