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Hope this helps, here are the links to the T7 Owners manual and part page - enjoy!

 

Owners Manuals: 

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The Yamaha Motor download page for owner manuals. Find the owner manual of your Yamaha motorcycle or scooter.

 

 

English: https://cdn.yamaha-motor.eu/owner-manuals/Motorcycles/PBW3F8199E0E.pdf

 

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3 minutes ago, Lyfe BehindBars said:

Hope this helps, here are the links to the T7 Owners manual and part page - enjoy!

 

Owners Manuals: 

cq5dam.web.2000.2000.jpeg

The Yamaha Motor download page for owner manuals. Find the owner manual of your Yamaha motorcycle or scooter.

 

 

English: https://cdn.yamaha-motor.eu/owner-manuals/Motorcycles/PBW3F8199E0E.pdf

 

Parts: 

 

 

Thank you!  Im moving this out of the tech questions board and into the tech tips section. Thanks again

 

Im also editing the title a bit so that others can find it easier. 

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No worries, I'll try to get the parts catalogue in PDF and upload

 

BTW; How do i upload PDF files?

 

Ive got the entire parts catalogue in a single PDF and all the different language owners manuals, all in PDF

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Did anyone notice XTZ690?

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Why are the EU service intervals 10000kms and the Canadian manual lists 6000kms. The EU bike also requires premium and the Canadian one doesn’t?

 

Thanks for posting

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Without having a look into, is it miles and kilometres?

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Thanks

I am guessing this is the European version, at least I hope so, otherwise where can I find 95 octane or higher? They made it illegal to fill up at the airport back in the 70's, boy I do miss good old 105 octane, my Triumph loved it.

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On 6/18/2020 at 10:14 PM, UtahJack said:

Thanks

I am guessing this is the European version, at least I hope so, otherwise where can I find 95 octane or higher? They made it illegal to fill up at the airport back in the 70's, boy I do miss good old 105 octane, my Triumph loved it.

@UtahJackI think the 95 you are referring to is the RON # - European gas - equivalent to 87 octane in North America.

 

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-Bob

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