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what are the options in service manuals for the Versys? i've found the manufacturer's and a cd-rom version...does cylmer or haynes make one?
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If you want a hard copy> http://www.sell.com/255885
Good service and a very good print quality.

I have both the digital and the paper manual and find that I use them both.
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I like to have a paper manual as well. The factory manual is best, imho. There are two factory manuals, pre-2010, and 2010 up. The 2010 up says ABS on the front. You can usually get one for about $40 off ebay.
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You might contact bigflax925 on this site. He helped me a couple weeks ago.

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I like to have a paper manual as well. The factory manual is best, imho. There are two factory manuals, pre-2010, and 2010 up. The 2010 up says ABS on the front. You can usually get one for about $40 off ebay.
The site I recommended is the factory manual, 2010 up ABS (which works fine for the Mk.1 model ). $30 delivered in US, I paid $42 complete to Canada.
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You can download the factory service manual here in PDF format. http://www.kawasakiversys.com/forums...ead.php?t=2846

You can download a PDF file viewer, if you do not already have one, at Adobe.com

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You can download the factory service manual here in PDF format. http://www.kawasakiversys.com/forums...ead.php?t=2846

You can download a PDF file viewer, if you do not already have one, at Adobe.com

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Download it...

Email it to your smart phone then you will always have it on hand!

When you service the bike, print the pages you really need.
The service manual does have more pages than you need to use as there is info for other models... especially Electrical Diagrams.
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a friend of me mister "Coq", on french Ver6 forum catch this link , french manual Versys, if somebody is interested by this...
http://bmw650f.free.fr/technique/Divers ... VERSYS.pdf


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