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Where to find F4 Engine Manual - 8000A1592

I am looking at checking my valve clearance my self and have consulted my B4 workshop manual. In there is states that if you need to adjust the clearances refer to F4 engine manual part no.8000A1592. I have asked google and searched the forum but I can not find out where to get this manual from. Can anyone help point me in the right direction?

Also as a bonus question:

I while ago, when I first go my B4 i had many electrical issues that resulted in Ignition coils needing replaced. A the time finding the correct Beru part of the B4 750 was very difficult, it the end with the help of some of guys in the know i got some coils from an F4, which had the wrong loom connections on them. SO.. I replaced the connectors with alternatives. Long story short I would like to return to the factory fit connections so that in the future I can fit a Healtec Quick shifter, I don't want to have to butcher the wiring in that to suit the bike, I would rather restore the bike to stock. Do you know where I can source these connectors? I looked on Startwin Trading but they don't have then.

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Should find it in here: http://www.teamdouble3racing.com/man...ginemanual.pdf

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excellent, thank you very much for that.

Just need to find OEM style connectors for the ignition coils.

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Just need to find OEM style connectors for the ignition coils.
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Thanks I will have a look.

I found these but I am not sure if its the one I am looking for. I will need to have a dig through all my bits and pieces and see if I still have the original ones somewhere, I deally I would like both male and female ends so that I can wire the existing coils i bought to fit as if they were the stock ones. (if that makes sense!!)

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Are you sure you need connectors for your coils? It looks like the Healtech QS plugs into the injectors.

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well spotted, upon closer inspection it would appear that the one specific to the B4 750 cuts the Injectors and not the coils.

[I]2. Does the iQSE cut the ignition coils or the injectors?
We examine all bikes and offer the best option, to make the installation as simple as possible.
Our QSH-Fxx kits cut the injectors. All other kits cut the ignition coils.
There’s no difference in the shift quality or feel.[/I]

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Are you sure you need connectors for your coils? It looks like the Healtech QS plugs into the injectors.
calcifur i have just fitted this item to my 910 it connects to the injectors
not tried it yet weather shite .
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Thanks for confirming. You must let me know how you like it. I have a lot of work to do before I fit one. Lots damaged panels and paint to repair/replace after the side stand snapped in th back of a trailer. Dread to think what it's goona cost to respray the tank..

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Thanks for confirming. You must let me know how you like it. I have a lot of work to do before I fit one. Lots damaged panels and paint to repair/replace after the side stand snapped in th back of a trailer. Dread to think what it's goona cost to respray the tank..

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calcifur here's a tank on ebay https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Fuel-Tank...kAAOSwezRcEtC2
it might not be the correct color for your bike but it will cost just as much to get tank respray just a thought .
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