How to Replace a Manifold

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Learn how to replace a manifold on a motorcycle with expert automotive tips in this free online motorcycle maintenance and repair video series.

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The first petroleum powered motorcycle was designed and built by German inventors in 1885. There was a steam powered, two wheeled vehicle that was demonstrated at fairs and circuses in 1867 in the eastern United States. Modern day motorcycles consist of a chassis, an engine, a transmission, wheels and tires, a brake system, suspension coils, and instruments to gauge speed, distance and other important variables. There are many types of motorcycles now, including pocket bikes, choppers, sport bikes, motocross bikes, mopeds, scooters, cruisers and touring motorcycles.

In this free do-it-yourself motorcycle maintenance course on video, learn how to fix and repair your hog, so that you can ride cross country without having to stop in at a mechanic. The ultimate riding experience is characterized by freedom and independence: to be in charge of your ride and in control of your bike. So get tips on tire and brake care, how to change motorcycle spark plugs, replace the air filter and change the oil, adjust the primary chain, and other common bike repairs you’ll need to do on the road.

The modern biker is the new cowboy, and the highways are the new Wild West. So watch this series and learn how to care for your iron horse; whether you're an easy rider, or born to be wild, it’s your ticket to freedom on the endless roads of America.

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