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Old 27th March 2009
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does anyone have the link for the repair manual.. i know i downloaded one here a few years ago but i got a new comp since then and of course..... now i cant find the damn link.. any help would be greatly appreciated
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Its against the board policy to host copyrighted material. You won't find any manuals here.

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What Foxy said....

Although if there's something I can look up in my manual for you - I'd be more than happy to...
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If you need a specific piece of information, for a specific problem, assisting with a page or 2 is considered "fair use"...but the general idea is that one should have a copy of the manual they need...
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well i took my rear fender off a while back to do some mods to it.. and now this year when i took the beast out for a ride im spitting oil all over the rear of my bike.. it is coming from a hose that is just hanging there. i dont know if it is just a breather in the wrong spot or if it needs to be connected to something. it is just under the seat any help would be greatly appreciated
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.... are you sure it's not the OIL drain hose?
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Sounds like you just put too much oil in the bike and it's spitting it out the overflow tube.
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well where is the hose supposed to be routed because its fairly dangerous what its doing now... its getting all over my rear wheel and belt and everything else??
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How much oil is coming out?
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Can you take a photo and post it?
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