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Posted by frederick_hood at October 06. 2016

Rather than pay the £90 to Norton for the workshop manual anybody got one to sell, don't have the facilities to download and printout, want the original manual.

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Posted by graham_leblond at October 06. 2016

I can help you with a digital version and even put it on  disc for you if you want.   I have never seen a genuine manual offered for re-sale.  Good Luck

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Posted by terry_woods at October 06. 2016

I wouldn't waste your money Frederick its not much better than the owners handbook, I have never had a manual that was so basic and certainly not worth half the £90 

Re: workshop manual

Posted by alan_dixon at August 23. 2017

Previously terry_woods wrote:

I wouldn't waste your money Frederick its not much better than the owners handbook, I have never had a manual that was so basic and certainly not worth half the £90

Re: workshop manual

Posted by alan_dixon at August 24. 2017

All

just picked up 961 ABS today, not ridden yet because of weather..

 

Does the manual cover things like is there a female socket for DIN plug; is there a vacuum take off for  Scottoiler; where attach battery optimiser; what are standard suspension settings; what do if ABS light flashes continuously?

 

regards

alan

Re: workshop manual

Posted by graham_leblond at August 24. 2017

Hi Alan   Welcome to the club.   I suggest to log into access Norton where you can download excellent manuals.   In respect of your questions there should already be a battery lead attached.   I would also suggest that you visit a suspension specialist who will set the bike up for your weight and style of riding etc.   It transformed my bike for less than £50.   In respect of the ABS it flashes continuously until you reach a certain speed (3-5 mph normally) when it switches off.  If it does not then it is a problem.  I am not sure what you mean by a DIN plug but no doubt someone will know.  Maybe expand what you want to do.   I will be in Belgium later today at the NOC International so will not have access to my computer this weekend.  Regards

 

 

Graham

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Posted by james_fanning at August 24. 2017

For the DIN plug , if you mean the open socket end under the rear left side of the seat usually tucked into the recess at top of the suspension unit , there is no male / female half supplied for this - you have to buy it. Maplins sell the other half for a couple of quid. Very useful for battery charging avoiding the rigmarole of lifting fuel tank to expose battery.

Re: workshop manual

Posted by ian_hind at August 24. 2017

Previously graham_leblond wrote:

I can help you with a digital version and even put it on  disc for you if you want.   I have never seen a genuine manual offered for re-sale.  Good Luck

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Posted by ian_hind at August 24. 2017

Hi Graham,

Can you help me and my father out with a digital version, he has a 2013 sport and im about to take delivery of a Cafe racer. Will be more than happy to pay.

Cheers, Ian Hind

Re: workshop manual

Posted by alan_dixon at August 24. 2017

Previously graham_leblond wrote:

Hi Alan   Welcome to the club.   I suggest to log into access Norton where you can download excellent manuals.   In respect of your questions there should already be a battery lead attached.   I would also suggest that you visit a suspension specialist who will set the bike up for your weight and style of riding etc.   It transformed my bike for less than £50.   In respect of the ABS it flashes continuously until you reach a certain speed (3-5 mph normally) when it switches off.  If it does not then it is a problem.  I am not sure what you mean by a DIN plug but no doubt someone will know.  Maybe expand what you want to do.   I will be in Belgium later today at the NOC International so will not have access to my computer this weekend.  Regards

 

 

Graham

Thanks for the welcome.

Yes, ABS light went out right away.

I will join accesss Norton, just found website.

Certainly can't find battery lead near left hand rear suspension under seat..there is a diagnostic port but thats it. Maybe euro 4 and ABS means it has gone?

I have only done 30 miles so far, so not tested howgood suspension settings are yet...

Regards and thanks

Alan

 

 

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