Posts Tagged ‘1977’

1973-1980 Honda Elsinore 125-250cc Dirt Bike Service Manual Video Preview

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What’s in your toolbox? Clymer Manuals Honda Elsinore 125-250cc manual  covers all 1973-1980 versions of these game changing two-stroke Honda dirt bikes. Like every Clymer manual, it is written specifically for home users and enthusiasts, with clear pictures and explanations in plain English, perfect for the young mechanic. Unlike OEM factory service manuals, which are designed for the professional, Clymer Manuals are written with the do-it-yourself mechanic in mind, not the expert. Be that as it may, many experts still swear by them! The most important tool in your tool box may be your Clymer manual, get one today.

If you enjoy riding the MR175 or MR250 trail bike far off the beaten path, Racing the CR125 or CR250, or riding the street legal MT125 or MT250 in town, on dirt roads, and where there are no roads, you ought to get the Clymer motorcycle service manual to help with maintenance, troubleshooting & repair.… Read the rest

1965-1978 Honda 125cc-200cc Twin Motorcycle Repair Manual Video Preview

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What’s in your toolbox? Clymer Manuals Honda 125cc-200cc twins service manual covers all street bike and dirt versions of Honda’s long running (1965-1978), smallest parallel twin. Like every Clymer manual, it is written specifically for home users and enthusiasts, with clear pictures and explanations in plain English, perfect for the young mechanic. Unlike OEM factory service manuals, which are designed for the professional, Clymer Manuals are written with the do-it-yourself mechanic in mind, not the expert. Be that as it may, many experts still swear by them! The most important tool in your tool box may be your Clymer manual, get one today.

No matter if you enjoy riding your SS125 on narrow twisty roads, racing your CB160, commuting to work on your CD175, or getting way off the beaten trial on a SL175 you ought to get the Clymer motorcycle service manual to help with maintenance, troubleshooting & repair.… Read the rest

1975-1991 Honda XL/XR 75-100cc Dirt Bike Service Manual Video Preview

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What’s in your toolbox? Clymer Manuals Honda XL/XR75, XL/XR80 & XL/XR100 manual  covers all 1975-1991 versions of these small but mighty Honda play bikes. Like every Clymer manual, it is written specifically for home users and enthusiasts, with clear pictures and explanations in plain English, perfect for the young mechanic. Unlike OEM factory service manuals, which are designed for the professional, Clymer Manuals are written with the do-it-yourself mechanic in mind, not the expert. Be that as it may, many experts still swear by them! The most important tool in your tool box may be your Clymer manual, get one today.

If you enjoy riding the XL/XR75 or XL/XR80 minibikes, or XL/XR100 trail bike far off the beaten path, you ought to get the Clymer motorcycle service manual to help with maintenance, troubleshooting & repair.… Read the rest

1974-1977 HONDA 250cc & 360cc TWIN SERVICE MANUAL PREVIEW

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What’s in your toolbox? Clymer Manuals vintage Honda 250cc and 360cc twin service manual covers all 1974-1977 variations (CB250, CJ250, CB360, CL360, and CJ360) of this last of the classic Honda twins. Taking the CB350 twin, Honda evolved the bike with more displacement, a 6 speed transmission (in most applications) and numerous other improvements, while keeping the classic look. The Clymer manual for this bike is written specifically for home users and enthusiasts, with clear pictures and explanations in plain English. Unlike OEM factory service manuals, which are designed for the professional, Clymer Manuals are written with the do-it-yourself mechanic in mind, not the expert. Be that as it may, many experts still swear by them!… Read the rest

Vintage British Street Bike Collection Service Manual

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What’s in your toolbox? If love classic British twins, you need to get yourself a copy of the Clymer Collection Series – British Street Bike Service Manual. An updated reprint of the manual we first put out when these bikes were the latest and greatest, it covers BSA 500 cc and 650 cc unit twins from 1963-1972, Norton 750 cc and 850 cc twins from 1969-1975, and Triumph 500 cc, 650 cc, and 750 cc twins from 1963-1979. Like every Clymer manual, it is written specifically for the do-it-yourself enthusiast, with clear pictures and explanations in plain English. Unlike OEM “factory” manuals, which are designed for the professional motorcycle mechanic, Clymer shop manuals are designed specifically for the first time user.… Read the rest

Exotic 1977 MV Augusta 850SS – 2013 HoAME Show Winner Best of Show

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This Italian exotic (less than 50 were built) is a 1977 MV Agusta 850SS, the last of a long line of street bikes based on the DOHC motor that won them many 500cc grand prix championships int he 1950s and 60s. Understandably, the folks at the 2013 Heart of America Motorcycle Enthusiasts show awarded this well preserved example best of show honors. Claiming more than 80 horsepower this fire engine red bike was easily as fast as a Kawasaki Z1 in a straight line, and would run away from anything when the road got twisty.

You can read more about these rare beasts at Motorcycle Classics.… Read the rest

Tony Stuckwisch’s 1977 Honda GL1000 Gold Wing Restomod- 2013 HoAME Show

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Clymer Manuals also took a good long look Tony’s other bike, this 1977 Honda GL1000 Gold Wing restomod by Past in Time Cycles at the 2013 Heart of America Motorcycle Enthusiasts rally. The orange bike was not as tricked out as the blue cafe racer GL1000, but it does have an awesome four into two open exhaust on it. The Gold Wing was never meant to be a sporty performance bike, even in its younger naked days, but in the 70s the stock GL1000 was one of the fastest bikes you could buy, in a straight line. With the custom pipe this one most likely sounds like an angry dune buggy.… Read the rest

1977 Kawasaki KZ1000 Dirt Drag Bike – 2013 HoAME Show

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You never know what you are going to find at the Heart of America Motorcycle Enthusiast Show, and in 2013 Clymer Manuals found this 1977 Kawasaki KZ1000 based dirt drag racer.

Cross a drag bike with a flat tracker and you get this 1075cc, alcohol burning beast, which can get down the dirt quarter mile quicker than a stock bike would do it on the pavement. Since it only has to run for less than a minute at a time, the fuel tank goes in the name of weight savings, and a tiny amount of fuel is carried

Clymer Girl and the crew didn’t have to go far to attend the HoAME show and rally, as it was just up the road at the Kansas City Airline History Museum in the Downtown Airport.… Read the rest