Motorcycle Electrical Techbook Paperback – 22 Sep 1998
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One other improvement I would suggest is the layout. The book dives straight into a chapter by chapter review of various electrical components (Battery, Coil, Magneto, CDI etc) whereas I think it would have benefitted from an introduction that explained (in straightforward terms) the wiring loom as a whole, the main circuits therein, and the function and relationship of the principle components, then go into detail of each component/element.
I would give this 4 stars were it not for the fact that the bean counters at Haynes are clearly seeking to squeeze every last penny out of the paying customer in respect of the print and paper quality, and thus have created a useful but shoddy reference manual.
On the other hand, if you want a book that will hold your hand while you learn the basics of Volts, Amps, and Resistance, AND show you how to use a multimeter in conjunction with a drawing... this ain't it. For that, try Tracy Martin's book. (Though it has it's faults too).
Negative points about this Haynes book are - terrible quality of paper. The lovely colour photographs and illustrations on the cover don't materialise inside. Annoying.
A book for those curious and willing to make an effort to understand your bike's systems.
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