This manual is OK but it is rather vague and the pages are really cheap. You have to know a lot about mechanicing and read a lot between the lines. If you don't already know how to mechanic then your probably going to get lost real quick. Most of the pictures are not very helpful and there are not enough of them. The picture quality is poor and hard to see, their really dark. Their also not close enough to actually see what they refer to in detail. They need to be made with better lighting and closer. My son has a Clymer ATV manual and it's a bit better, although both leave a lot to be desired. I have been an auto mechanic for 43 years and seen a lot better manuals for cars. It would be nice if someone would start making better manuals for ATV's and motorcycles. I can not recommend buying this manual, especially for what they want for it. I have never seen one of the factory manuals, due to the extreme high price of them, so I don't know if their any better or not for the money. It's like most things these days they don't want to tell you how to fix it yourself. They actually want you to bring it in and pay their extremely high price to let them do it for you and hope they don't just charge you for something that wasn't actually bad in the first place.