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Old 11-21-2012, 08:15 AM
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I was lucky enough to get a computer version PDF of the 2009 Touring Service Manual... do you guys know if anything has been changed between 2009 and my 2013 bike to warrant not using this?



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depends on how deep you wanna go. if you plan on tearing into the engine, the newer bikes come stock with the se compensator. the 09 didn't. so thats a big change right there. if you just plan on using it for general guidelines (removal of fork tubes, etc) it should probably be okay. but for any in depth stuff, i wouldn't chance it.
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I'd never do my own engine work... just looking for simple stuff ..especially when I end up installing my pipes.



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I am doing the 1000 mile service on my 2013 this morning and will refer to my 2011 book, I do see that belt tension specs have changed slightly with the 13 though.
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I was lucky enough to get a computer version PDF of the 2009 Touring Service Manual...
Dang!.. Where'd you find the 09 manual in PDF? I just coughed up the $60 for the paperback a few weeks ago, but would much rather have gotten an electronic copy since I use my iPad so much.....
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For the basic non engine/tranny stuff, the old manual will work be just fine.
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