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post #1 of 48 Old 01-25-2007, 07:16 PM Thread Starter
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Electronic copy of owner's manual?

Hey everyone, I am the new owner of an '04 919. It did not come with an owner's manual. Is there a way to download it? If not, I have a few basic questions to start out with...

How do I set the time on the bike? Besides changing the display between odo, trip 1 & 2, time, and resetting the trip meters (& I assume set the time), do the two buttons do anything else?

Even if I get these answers, I'd still like a copy of the owner's manual. Thanks in advance!

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post #2 of 48 Old 01-25-2007, 07:20 PM
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If nobody chimes in here I can scan you a copy.

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post #4 of 48 Old 01-26-2007, 12:52 PM
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I'll try to get a copy posted up in a few days. I just need time to get by the office, scan the book, and email it to myself.

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post #5 of 48 Old 01-26-2007, 01:09 PM
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DLS, did you want the service manual or owners manual? Owners manual dosent have alot of techy info. If that what your looking for. str8

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I think he means the little owners manual. Already hooked him up with the service manual.

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post #8 of 48 Old 01-26-2007, 06:34 PM Thread Starter
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Owner's manual, not service.

Like Razor said, he hooked me up. But one of the things I want to know is how to set the time. Anybody?

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sry I have a 03 , doesnt have a clock. sry str8

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I think you hold both buttons until the clock starts flashing then use the left button to set the hour and the right button to set the minutes. Let me know if that's not right and I'll go check.

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Owner's manual, not service.

Like Razor said, he hooked me up. But one of the things I want to know is how to set the time. Anybody?
if i can remember correctly, in clock mode, press the 2 buttons together till they blinks. one of the buttons is to adjust the hours/minute mode and the other to set the time. to stop it from blinking, press the button which changes the hours/minutes mode. play with the buttons a bit, it won't hurt anything.
i did the adjustments few weeks back without looking at the manual.

now i like to have the owners manual as well. can't seem to find mine.

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Nick's was the most accurate description. Thanks!

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Clock? what? There's a clock?......am I missing something?did someone mention a service manual too? Nevermind mine's and 03 also.......gawsh I wish I would have gotten a clock....lol

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Holy crap! I thought it would be 12 pages or something... wow, I certainly appreciate it!

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holy jibus man that's huge! thanks!!! no wonder no one has ever done that before

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got it. thanks Nick.

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thanks Nick.
with that many pages, I was expecting the 2nd half to be in Spanish

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post #22 of 48 Old 11-29-2007, 10:33 PM
 
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Nick(or any one downloaded before) can you refresh the link?

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I can post it temporarily on my work FTP site. I can then PM you the details of how to get in. Anyone that accesses it has to promise me not to use it for other stuff or I'll have to send my friend Guido to visit you with his machete!


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Thank you a lot!...That is a real hard work did you scan this your self?

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Thank you a lot!...That is a real hard work did you scan this your self?

No problem. It wasn't a big deal. We've got some really cool scanners at work that will feed just about any kind of paper and scan both sides at once. Just cut the binding off the manual, stick it in the scanner, and rebind it. The whole process took and couple of minutes and I was at work anyway.

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Any chance of a refresh, or can I get it uploaded to an ftp site (I can provide one if required and it can be permanent for the group to use)

Also a workshop manual?

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I REALLY need a service manual... Anyone?

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post #30 of 48 Old 03-29-2008, 06:15 PM
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BlackRig (And others) I've got a copy of each now (Service and Owners) and have stuffed some space aside on one of my web servers to host them permanently.

I'll pop a URL up shortly (once they're both up and I've downed them once to double check)

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post #31 of 48 Old 03-31-2008, 05:31 AM
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http://hornet.ausmicro.net/Honda_CB9...ice_Manual.pdf

http://hornet.ausmicro.net/Honda_CB9...ers_Manual.pdf


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got one on ebay used for 15$ nice...........

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I have added the Assembly Manual to the Online stuff posted Above.

http://hornet.ausmicro.net/Honda_CB9...bly_Manual.pdf

Includes wiring diagram.

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Assembly manual link isn't working...but thanks for the service manual!

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BlackRig (And others) I've got a copy of each now (Service and Owners) and have stuffed some space aside on one of my web servers to host them permanently.

I'll pop a URL up shortly (once they're both up and I've downed them once to double check)

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Thanks Aaron!

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Thanks a lot. Just reading through it is insightful on how everything works.

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The assembly manual link doesn't work. any chance of fixing it? i'd like to take a look at it. thanks.

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The assembly manual link doesn't work. any chance of fixing it? i'd like to take a look at it. thanks.
Assembly Manual Link fixed (I'd left an "F" out of the filename).

Sorry for the delay in sorting this out - it's been one of _those_ weeks.

Assembly Manual:
http://hornet.ausmicro.net/Honda_CB9...bly_Manual.pdf

Owners Manual:
http://hornet.ausmicro.net/Honda_CB9...ers_Manual.pdf

Service Manual:
http://hornet.ausmicro.net/Honda_CB9...ice_Manual.pdf


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