Motorcycle Electrical Manual, 3rd Edition Techbook

From basic electrical theory to complex electronic systems, this manual meets the needs of the professional and amateur technician

Motorcycle Electrical Manual, 3rd Edition Techbook
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Format: Hardback, 256 Pages
ISBN: 9780857339362
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Motorcycle electrical systems made easy:

-- All motorcycle electrical equipment fully explained

--Clearly captioned step-by-step pictures show precisely how to perform many tasks

--Aimed at anyone from the professional mechanic to the home DIYer to the Motorcycle engineering student

--Over 600 illustrations

--Ignition and combustion explained

--Spark plug types and construction

--Ignition: Magnetos, coil and battery, CDI, transistor and digital

--Fuel injection and engine management

--Alternators, DC generators and starters

--Batteries

--Lighting and signaling

--Braking and traction control systems

--Electrical fault finding

--Practical testing and test equipment

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 256 Pages
ISBN: 9780857339362
Illustrations: 600 color photos
Size: 8.5 in x 11 in x 0.5 in / 215.9 mm x 279.4 mm x 12.7 mm
Edition: Third Edition
Published:

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