Steering Head Bearings

NOTE_

• Check that the control cables do not interfere with handlebar rotation.

Support the motorcycle securely and raise the front wheel off ground.

Check that the handlebar moves freely from side to side. If the handlebar moves unevenly, binds, or has vertical movement, inspect the steering head bearings (section 12).

(1) STEERING HEAD BEARINGS

(2) EXHAUST CAMSHAFT

(1) INTAKE CAMSHAFT

(14) PISTON

(12) CRANKSHAFT

(10) OIL COOLER

(3) OIL PRESSURE SWITCH

(13) CONNECTING ROD

(5) COUNTERSHAFT

(9) OIL FILTER

(8) PRESSURE

RELIEF VALVE

(7) OIL STRAINER SCREEN

(4) OIL ORIFICE

(2) EXHAUST CAMSHAFT

(1) INTAKE CAMSHAFT

(14) PISTON

(13) CONNECTING ROD

(12) CRANKSHAFT

(10) OIL COOLER

(9) OIL FILTER

(8) PRESSURE

RELIEF VALVE

(3) OIL PRESSURE SWITCH

(7) OIL STRAINER SCREEN

(4) OIL ORIFICE

(5) COUNTERSHAFT

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