Premium Member jimf Posted April 11, 2015 Premium Member Share Posted April 11, 2015 I mentioned in a different thread that I had found a vendor selling a PDF version of the FJ09F (and FJ09FC) service manual: http://www.manualall.com/index.php?id_product=27&controller=product I'm always a little wary when I can't get something like that straight from the manufacturer, but given that my dealer hadn't bothered to order my paper copy yet and I'm going to want torque specifications for a bunch of stuff I'll be installing I decided to give it a shot. I could always complain to American Express if it was fraudulent, right? I'm happy to report that the manual is legitimate, pure digital rather than a scan, and at EU76/US$83[span] [/span]I think a little cheaper than the paper copy is the US, too. I had thought this might be a Euro-specific copy, given that the site prices in Euros, but it gives measurements in ft-lb as well as Nm and m-kg so I don't even have to do conversions. And, of course, it has the California model information as well. (No, I will not give out copies, sorry. Even though I think Yamaha ought to provide this for free or much more cheaply, they don't and I'm sure it's watermarked and I'm averse to lawyers. But at least you know where to get a copy if you want one.) It wasn't completely clear how to download the manual after I bought it, but if you go to the "Orders" page you can click on the link for the manual and it will download. I love having a digital copy of the manuals for my vehicles so that I can put it on my phone and/or tablet and have it with me even when traveling, and I just print out the pages I need if I'm doing work in my garage. Win/win. 2015 FJ-09 (Mary Kate) 2007 Daytona 675 (Tabitha, ret.) 1998 Vulcan 800 (Ret.) 2001 SV650S (Veronica, Ret.) 2000 Intruder 800 (Ret.) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.