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F4 2010 Workshop Manual

Ok now i have had my F4 2010 a while i want to make some adjustments, like drop the forks and rear ride height a tad and probaly a few other things.
Can't find a good old Haynes manual, is there a workshop manual for one of these yet?
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They're available on CD chap.

Part No 8000B3601 (Chassis manual)

Part No 8000B3602 (Engine workshop manual)

About £70 for both from your dealer. Otherwise available online from the likes of Pro Italia in the states.

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Ok now i have had my F4 2010 a while i want to make some adjustments, like drop the forks and rear ride height a tad and probaly a few other things.
Can't find a good old Haynes manual, is there a workshop manual for one of these yet?
I believe they are on the memory stick that comes with the bike.

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Only the following are on the USB memory stick:

Quick Manual
User Manual
Maintenance Manual
Dealer List
Warranty

For the actual WORKSHOP manuals you have to buy them, as noted above.

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Cheers fella

Couldn't tell me what the yoke and headstock torque's are?

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Couldn't tell what the yoke and headstock torque's are?
What are you doing to the headstock ?
Download the manual for the 312, the top yolk torque settings is the same - http://my.agusta.us/

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Couldn't tell me what the yoke and headstock torque's are?
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Thanks for that mate
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Exclamation oi Fella

You don't have to take the headstock appart to drop the tripple clamps on the forks.

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