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They are good, easy to read and work with, good quality of pictures. Other than that, the one for body is not quite accurate. It lacks steps in instructions and sometimes provides wrong info. Or perhaps, there are differences between 675 and 800 bodies. For example, removing the exhaust silencer requires removal of 3 screws, not 2, while spanner key is not needed (none of the silencer holding screws has a spanner at the back on B3 800).
Just a heads up that it does not replace your wits :) and reserve a bit more time to do the job if you made estimations based on reading the manual.
 

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Overall, I have none mechanic experience and can do simple things safely on the bike using the manual. Probably could do without it as well, but it provides safety so one can be sure he/she has removed all screws before forcefully trying to detach a part of the bike. So it does serve its purpose quite well.
 

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Ok, just arrived back from a 3 week bike trip, what have I missed??
Do we finally have the workshop manuals :yo:
 
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