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Stradale owners manual

Any owner got a pdf copy of the owners manual please?

I had a look on Donsy's website but nothing there.

A question as well, how easy practical is it removing and refitting the panniers?

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Any owner got a pdf copy of the owners manual please?

I had a look on Donsy's website but nothing there.

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Why not look at MV own repository
for once it's been on line for more than a week.
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A question as well, how easy practical is it removing and refitting the panniers?
Very simple.
Undo the lower bolt 1/4 turn,
remove.
Tail light electrical connector, knurled ring 1/4 turn counter-clockwise,
pull.
Key in the lock on the back 1/4 turn.

Grab the handle
pull the hard bag from the bike.

Refitting
same in reverse order.
Push the bag firmly toward front of the bike.
Spank it if front bolt won't engage easily.

Case you forget plugin the tail light, watch the warning on dash.

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Arcimboldo,
Many thanks, I received a PM from a fellow forum member with the owners manual, that link you supplied is a fantastic resource. Thank you for that.

My wife Jen and I have a Stradale here at home for a couple of days on test

So getting to know the bike with the help of the manual is great thank you.

I have ridden one before and was impressed, this is Jen's first test of it and she found it a nice bike, not so struck on it's looks but it did perform well on her thrash ride across the Somerset levels today. More miles to come including a 200 mile run to her mums and family later.

Once again thanks to this forum and it's helpful members.

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I can only add what people send to me Jimbo, I'm trying to expand the site at the moment, but time is a problem between work and studies.
Should have some TV manuals up the soon.

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Each new MV is sold with the user/owner manuals
and what not on USB key.
'Tis the server the USB key calls for updates
.

This MV server is booted by an old-style B3 800 sprag-clutch
and powered by an OEM BS
(yes I'm not making this up it's a BS battery)

MV standard battery.


Hence the MV server spends a lot more time in the shop than on line.

Donsy's has a better track record

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Hahaha, I don't know you (yet?) Archi, but you're funny mate.

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