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I have the '06-'08 service manual printed and bound from slingshots site. Need to take my clutch cover off to replace the o-ring on top (where the clutch comes in at) - its leaking oil and find my coolant sensor to either reconnect or replace it (getting a false positive). Was wondering if anyone has a link to the '09?
 

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not here... im stuck with the 06-08 as well
 

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I have the '06-'08 service manual printed and bound from slingshots site. Need to take my clutch cover off to replace the o-ring on top (where the clutch comes in at) - its leaking oil and find my coolant sensor to either reconnect or replace it (getting a false positive). Was wondering if anyone has a link to the '09?
Do you have the link to the 06-08 manual?
 

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I have the '06-'08 service manual printed and bound from slingshots site. Need to take my clutch cover off to replace the o-ring on top (where the clutch comes in at) - its leaking oil and find my coolant sensor to either reconnect or replace it (getting a false positive). Was wondering if anyone has a link to the '09?
if you don't mind spending forty bucks, here's a printed version

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Ninj...00455305820QQptZMotorsQ5fManualsQ5fLiterature
 

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There is no need to take the clutch cover off to replace the seal.
And this is the 1st time I have ever heard of one failing.
All that is need, is to disconnect the clutch cable, both from the lever,
and from the engine. Then simply pull the actuator shaft out.
First thing I would do, is to clean the area and seal, and inspect
the lip of the seal for a tear or distortion.
You might have simply go some crud in there, and it's causing a bad
seal.
Otherwise, to replace the seal, just gently pry it out with a screwdriver
and replace it with a new one. I coat the seal with automatic trans
fluid, but oil will work. Then just press the new seal in with your hand,
then use a small rubber mallet to get it in the rest of the way.
 

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Thanks but I already pulled it off and replaced the seal + a new gasket and silicone.
 

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I know on some other bikes, too much oil in the bike can cause that seal to work loose.
 

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Thanks for the link. My bike came without an owner's manual. Is there any advantage to having an owner's manual if I already have the service manual dowloaded?

The one I have is for an 06 w/ ABS... I assume it will be OK for use on a 2007, less the ABS parts.
 
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