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ER-5 A4 2000 - Diagrams and Part Numbers

romi

biker, times two
#1
I collated the attached document. It is of an A4 model of year 2000. Most parts are the same for all models/all years. If in any doubt, get back to us and we should be able to point you to the right direction if we do not know the answer.

The document could be further expanded, for example by adding the torque setting of each bolt, but it would be quite time consuming.

Hope it helps someone!
 

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romi

biker, times two
#5
IMPORTANT: Rear Spindle

From my experience on C models, and bikes that have never had the rear wheel removed, i.e. they were fitted at the factory, the rear Spindle on page 73 is the other way round!!

Inspect the attached pictures of the adjusters (waiting to be cleaned) - it is also posible to have the spindle as per the guide, but I prefer to torque the castle nut with plenty of room instead of having the exhaust on the way.
 

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fuel__2001

engineless with 2 wheels
#8
understanding what i do

Inspect the attached pictures of the adjusters (waiting to be cleaned) - it is also posible to have the spindle as per the guide, but I prefer to torque the castle nut with plenty of room instead of having the exhaust on the way.
Only just saw this post - those adjusters have now been cleaned :D, well sort of wiped over :rolleyes: as i put a new chain n sprockets on today.

Also never really thought about why i put the spindle on that way round until i saw your post, which made me think about what im 'actually doing'. Something to do with the weight of the wheel and holding it in my right hand, this gives me more control (being right handed) of the wheel, while i line it up with the adjusters/spacers and tap the spindle through the wheel.
 

romi

biker, times two
#9
Also never really thought about why i put the spindle on that way round until i saw your post, which made me think about what im 'actually doing'. Something to do with the weight of the wheel and holding it in my right hand, this gives me more control (being right handed) of the wheel, while i line it up with the adjusters/spacers and tap the spindle through the wheel.
I use my left foot underneath the tyre to help my weaker left arm lifting the wheel. Right hand pushes the spindle towards the left/sprocket side.
 

fuel__2001

engineless with 2 wheels
#12
Romi - do you have the complete version of this manual you could email to me please?

I've got the complete C model version but would be good to have this for reference too.
 

romi

biker, times two
#13
sorry, I have been busy.... :rolleyes:

I have two Word docs, the Index (only 79Kb) and the rest, which is over 5MB, that is why I chopped it into smaller sections and then pdf.

I could try to send it you the whole 5MB file ??
 
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