2018 Yamaha Venture Motorcycle Owners Manual
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Google never heard of that rear tire size. You got people like that is on his 3rd rear tire this season, and he lives where there is no riding for half the year.One thing I have seen on the Stratoliner forum I visit every so often is folks talking about how their Stratoliner eats rear tires, they all attribute it to the available torque, I would expect this new bike to do the same. I am anxious for someone here to buy one, so I can the scoop on what I need to design a break out and trailer harness for them. Who knows for those transcontinental trips you may need to haul a trailer full tires to get you from coast to coast.
Just some interesting tidbits I found while scanning the owners manual. Now I see that it also REQUIRES premium gas. Oh fun, you can lock the keys in the trunk, you can not get them back out without another key. With any luggage on board the max speed is 80 MPH.
Ain't gonna like this one, the transmission is pressure lubricated, no coasting, or towing of the bike, with the engine off. 2016 Audi A4 Workshop Repair Manual. WOW lots of maintenance required, Replace brake lines every 4 years replace master and caliper seals every 2 years. Sync injectors every 4K miles 3 oil drain points 2 fill point and a screw in dip stick and a screw on filter. 2017 Toyota Sienna Xle Navigation Manual.
Dip stick is in the left saddle bag. The front brake also activates both fronts and the rear brakes, and the rear brake activates the rear and the front right brake. Neither brake system will give full pressure on their own, you MUST use bot front and rear brakes together to get full pressure to either the front or rear brakes. If the 'Smart Key' battery dies or it malfunctions the process for getting home is a pain. If you do not turn off your smart key and happen to be close enough to the bike for the key and bike to communicate, like in a restaurant where the bike is just on the other side of the wall, someone could jump on the bike start it and take off.
Once started it no longer needs the key until it is turned off, then it needs to see the key to restart. Last edited by Flyinfool; at 08:59 AM.
For those looking for the manual,. I found one of the things I was curious of. MAX Load is only 408 lbs. There are a lot of couples and some solo's that will not fit under that weight, especially if loaded for a 'transcontinental' trip. Google never heard of that rear tire size. You got people like that is on his 3rd rear tire this season, and he lives where there is no riding for half the year.I think most bikes on the road riding two up are way overloaded (according to manufacturers figures). The Goldwing has a max load rating of 417lb.
(couldn't find a figure for the Venture) Many guys are in the 200- 250lb range (or more) their ladies are probably 150lb or more. Already the bike can easily have 400lb load before any luggage! Take the weights of some of the larger riders out there & those figures can easily be surpassed.
Why in the blue blazes would anyone design an engine now days without fully hyd valve train?? That there is just plain stupid. And add insult to injury 15k on the adjustment? Thats gonna end up being a yearly deal for most.
Tires, well a lot of that is how an individual rides. Some of the Victory guys get no miles while others get 8k or more. I dont get the premium gas either.
Compression ratios have ben low for years so why lately bikes need hi test I dunno. My Victory is suposed to run 91 but Im lucky to remember and put mis grade. For those looking for the manual,.
I found one of the things I was curious of. MAX Load is only 408 lbs.
There are a lot of couples and some solo's that will not fit under that weight, especially if loaded for a 'transcontinental' trip. Google never heard of that rear tire size. You got people like that is on his 3rd rear tire this season, and he lives where there is no riding for half the year. Gets lost just chasing his wheel out the driveway too. But someone like him would have heck of time trying to keep treads on. My ol lady would not be able to get on this bike with me then.
I alone weigh 270. We would be about 50lbs over that limit and with nothing in bags and better get the tools out too.