How difficult would it be to change out my stock springs with some racetechs? I can get the tubes off the bike, but I'm lost when it comes to separating them. Have any of you guys done this?
you measure are you put them back together.how would one know the right amount of oil to refill the fork tube with? Just meassure before you drain?
Don't buy, just download it for free.Yeah, a shop manuals on the list...
I would ask that when you get the springs.
0.90 springs for normal riding, 0.95 if you're very aggressive and/or doing track days.
hey, thats the page that came with my sonic springs! I had to use my book as well, but i also replaced one of the seals again.Here's a generic set of instructions, they'll give you an idea of what's involved:
Cool, glad the install went well. It's nice here too, definitely got the itch.Rich, thanks for the great service and help. I installed my sonicsprings last night and it was alot easier than i thought it would be. It's going to be in the 80's here all weekend and it's time to ride!
Don't buy, just download it for free.
There are several places, but this is the place where I found the most legible scans, and it has the S-model variations too. If you look, this page also has the owner's manual, which can be hard to find.
The page is in Hungarian, but the downloads are all English. Scroll down for the service manual for 99-02 SV650S. It is separated into 14 parts I think.