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Aussie XJers

Discussion in 'Other' started by brenton, May 9, 2006.

  1. kevlevrone

    kevlevrone New Member

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    Hi everyone. It's cool to see so many people from NZ and Australia.
     
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    Well the bike found a good home in Western Aussie, the new owner seems very keen on riding her more than me. I still have my FJ1100 to keep me happy, but sadly my XJ days are over. One of the best bikes I ever rode, quick, great handling, easy to maintain and reliable.... but the debt bug was bitting too much, she had to go.
    While I was going over all the manuals I had collected over the years I came across some that are pretty handy.

    Service Manual: http://www.mediafire.com/file/mijf71m59jcbi1b/Yamaha_XJ650_G_service_manual.pdf/file
    Owners Manual: http://www.mediafire.com/file/pqxrvs1nxs2utce/Yamaha_XJ650RJ_owners_manual.pdf/file
     
  4. Ozhammer

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    Hi guys, a bit late to the piece but I have just become the owner of a 1981 XJ650H project (to go with all the others ;)) and am looking forward to the challenge of the resto, just to save another one of these great bikes going down the cafe/brat/bobber route. I am based on the Central Coast of NSW.
     
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