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Motorbuch-Verlag repair manual german Bucheli Honda CB 900 Hornet

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Motorbuch-Verlag repair manual german Bucheli Honda CB 900 Hornet

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Honda Hornet – from 2002 onwards

When Honda presented its Hornet 900 in 2002, aficionados quickly recognised that this motorbike would be the latest addition to the now classic series of famous big straight 4-cylinder Honda machines. The predecessors of the Hornet 900 were, for example, the CB 750 Four, which turned the motorbike world on its head in 1969, and the CB 900 F Bol d’Or, with which Honda finally established the sporty “big bike” as a type in its own right worldwide in 1980.

The main features of the water-cooled 109 h.p. (80 kW) Hornet engine were derived from the most popular sports bike of recent times, namely the CBR 900 RR Fireblade. It was equipped with an injection system and a raised exhaust system. The proverbial reliability of this engine is legendary. The dry weight of this “pure bred” motorbike of just 194 kg (approx. 220 kg road-ready) guarantees maximum riding pleasure.

This repair manual offers you:
· large tool supplement
· extensive maintenance and care tips
· accurate step-by-step explanations of the individual working processes
· troubleshooting guide with instructions and tips for repair
· precise explanations of the engine, clutch, gears, chassis, brakes, electrics and injection system
· extensive table containing all technical data, exact setting values and wear limits
· large-format switching diagram on fold-out page

NEW:
· all tyres for the Honda Hornet 900 in pictures and text
· original article from “Motorrad” magazine: 8-page top test of the Honda Hornet 900 with all measured values and an extensive assessment
· tips on the appropriate tools and equipment for the hobby workshop
· insider technology tips
· comprehensive address section
· ... and much more

ISBN: 978-3-7168-2037-7
Binding: paperback
Pages: 158
Format: 210 x 280 mm
Published: 08/2003

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