Now available! The XJCD v4.0

Submitted by xjcdadmin on Mon, 10/20/2008 - 20:44

New for version 4

- expanded coverage of Diversion models
- expanded coverage of Police models
- expanded coverage of Injection model
- expanded coverage of the 750J Maxim
- improved resolution for many other models
- all-new XRef -- the parts cross-reference database. (Java application)
- new ads and articles
- many more tips and tricks

So much information, it is a 3 volume set!

What is the XJCD?

Members Of the XJ Owners Group have donated their time, blood, sweat and sleep
to produce a CD of "Everything XJ". This is a not-for-profit endeavour, the nominal
flat-rate fee is to cover the expense of production and shipping worldwide. Any funds
left over after distribution costs are put back into the XJ-Owners community.
Past projects include the XJ World Relay and the XJ Shim Pool.

The 3 CD Version 4 set contains 1.78 gigabytes of information, including:

*Thousands of parts diagrams for 62 different XJ models

*Over 1,000 photographs, magazine ads, sales brochures and articles.

*The famous XJ model id code chart that ID's your bike by model code, serial number
block, country, etc.

*Complete service and overhaul data for most XJ models:

All XJ550 and XJ550R Maxim and Seca
XJ600RL (Seca)
XJ600S (SecaII/Diversion)
All XJ650, XJ650R and XJ650L Maxim, Seca and Turbo Seca
All XJ700 Maxim
All XJ700 and XJ750 MaximX
All 750 and XJ750R Maxim and Seca (Including Police and Injection models)
XJ900R, XJ900F, XJ900N,(Seca)
XJ900S (Diversion)
1100 Maxim

*Computer troubleshooting, Turbo troubleshooting, and consolidated
Service Bulletins pertaining to the XJ series.

The biggest addition is XRef: The Yamaha XJ parts cross-reference.
Up to this point, the XJCD has been a static reference. The
cross-reference is a dynamic database with a Java interface allowing
the user to search a part number for a list of all bikes that use that
same part. It recognizes updated and superceded part numbers so it will
provide a listing of earlier or later models that use a compatible part
design. You will require the Java Runtime Environment
extensions, at least 1.4.2 to use this feature. (1.5 is included for
Windows and Linux/Unix users

Note that XRef only covers models sold in the US for the moment. Phase II of
this project will be to include models not sold in the US.

As always, we strive for cross-platform compatibility and understand that
this may be running on an ancient slow computer in your garage

Win9x/NT/ME/XP, Mac, Linux/Unix compatibility has been tested. As noted
below, XRef will not yet run on classic Mac OS. Windows 95 Rev. B is
compatible if long filename support is enabled.

Classic Mac OS users please note:
Unfortunately, Apple is not supporting Java past version 1.1 on their classic
operating systems like OS 8 and OS9, so XRef is not compatible with those
systems. We are working on development of a classic-Mac compatible version
and will release an update if we are successful.

Mac OSX users require no action – OSX comes with Java extensions built right in.

Sounds Good?? Want one?? Ok click on the ordering instructions and we will get one to you ASAP, OR

Click here to download the .iso files and burn your own for free!

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NOTE: The XJCD project is entirely the responsibility of the XJ-Owners Group and is in no way associated with or sponsored by the Yamaha Corporation.