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I have both the Kawi and the Clymer, and find having both an advantage. Sometimes the pics in the Clymer clarify the factory manual nicely. Also, you can partially overcome the jumping around in procedures. For example, engine removal requires the removal of other components first, and the manual will say: see carb removal on pg. xxx. Carb removal will have similar steps. Two manuals can keep the work flowing faster in unfamiliar procedures as opposed to flipping back and forth.
The vulcan verses are a valuable asset too.
Just my opinion. Hope it helps.
2005 VN 750
.040 pilot jets.
Splines lubed 1955 mi.
Reset pickup coil gaps.
Shindengen MOSFET RR
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