750RK (Seca)

Steering head, Cables and Pivot points

F. Steering Head Adjustment

The steering assembly should be checked periodically for looseness.

1.    Raise the front end of the motorcycle so that there is no weight on the front wheel.

2.    Grasp the bottom of the forks and gently rock the fork assembly backward and forward, checking for looseness in the steering assembly bearings.

Front Fork Oil Change

FRONT FORK

Front fork oil change

1.    Fork oil leakage can cause loss of stability and safe handling. Have any problem corrected before operating the motorcycle.

2.   Securely support the motorcycle so there is no danger of it falling over.

Petcock, Brakes and Tires

A. Fuel Petcock

If the fuel petcock is leaking or excessively contaminated, it should be removed from the fuel tank and inspected.

1.    Remove the fuel tank and position it so that fuel will not spill when the petcock is removed.

2.    Remove the petcock and inspect the filter screen. Replace the filter if seriously contaminated.

Front Fork, Rear Shock and Anti-Dive adjustment

Front fork and rear shock absorber adjustment

Front fork:

1.    Elevate the front wheel by placing the motorcycle on the center stand.

NOTE:

When checking and adjusting the air pressure, there should be no weight on the front end of the motorcycle.

2.    Remove the air valve caps from each fork.

Transmission

 

TRANSMISSION

Rear Wheel

REAR WHEEL

Final Gear / Driveshaft

FINAL GEAR / DRIVE SHAFT

Wheels

CHAPTER 5. CHASSIS

 

A. FRONT WHEEL

1.    Place the motorcycle on the center stand.

2.    Remove the front fender securing bolts and remove the fender.

Torque Values

Tightening torque

 

 

Part to be tightened

Part name

Thread size

Q'ty

Tightening torque

Middle Gear Damper

MIDDLE GEAR/DAMPER