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Old 26 Jun 2006
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if you give me your mail I will send it to you .... is for kle 500 2005 model but no major changes .... luuk was a nice guy that he give me this manual so I think that I should do the same. So give me your mail and prepare to receive it

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You r a nice guy too. Thank you and luuk
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I bought a brand new KLE500 roughly two months ago and I have to say that the new manual says virtually nothing about servicing other than when it's due and that you should go to a Kawasaki dealer. It doesn't even say how to change brake pads! If anyone has an older more detailed manual, I would be very appreciative.
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I bought a brand new KLE500 roughly two months ago and I have to say that the new manual says virtually nothing about servicing other than when it's due and that you should go to a Kawasaki dealer. It doesn't even say how to change brake pads! If anyone has an older more detailed manual, I would be very appreciative.
Hi, maybe you have the user manual ..... not the service manual .... this is a big difference .... give me your mail and is like solved for service manual .... but you should expect an 8 mb attachment
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This manual I have with help of luuk ... so we should thank him
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sorry man
i didnt know it was so big.
now me email is empty.
i am still waiting.
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Hi, maybe you have the user manual ..... not the service manual .... this is a big difference .... give me your mail and is like solved for service manual .... but you should expect an 8 mb attachment
You're probably right, it certainly didn't look like a comprehensive manual. Can you please send it to kle_500@tiscali.co.uk

Also, I'm starting a KL series owners club for the UK. It's currently residing at http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/klocuk Any information stories or pictures would be much appreciated, all sent to the above address. I particularly like the way you raised the tail.
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Interesting link, I hope that in time will became a real help for KLE owners - especially KLE because I searched the net over and over for about 6 months until I found some info about KLE.

I sent you the manual

About KLE400 .... mine is a KLE400 ..... it is an exclusive model for Japanese market, only in Japan is made but on the second-hand market you can find it in Russia, Romania, a little in Hungary but mostly in eastern europe - especially in former soviet union.

There are no differences in construction between KLE400 and KLE500 only the engine is different. But I have same number of chain links, same fork, same look .... only a smaller but powerfull engine
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Talking new kle rider needs help!

hi there, i bought my second-hand kle 500 4days ago (model 1994) and i'm in desperate need for a service manual cause i have to change the oil filter and other stuff and i don't have a clue.if Kumuya or mpides(hey man we live in the same dirty city) can send me the pdf i would be more than grateful as i'm planning a trip to bulgary next week.thanx in advance!
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oh, my e-mail is [email]akaltsos@yahoo.gr
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just send you the manual, good luck with it.

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Interesting link, I hope that in time will became a real help for KLE owners - especially KLE because I searched the net over and over for about 6 months until I found some info about KLE.

I sent you the manual

About KLE400 .... mine is a KLE400 ..... it is an exclusive model for Japanese market, only in Japan is made but on the second-hand market you can find it in Russia, Romania, a little in Hungary but mostly in eastern europe - especially in former soviet union.

There are no differences in construction between KLE400 and KLE500 only the engine is different. But I have same number of chain links, same fork, same look .... only a smaller but powerfull engine
Thanks for checking it out, but I think it's going to be a long time in the making as I've been very busy of late. What to do you think about switching it to a straight KLE500 site, or do you think it would be too specialised?
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After serching the net for some months trying to find owners of kle finaly I've found this site and it seams that we "gathered" here a small comunity, very small ....but unexpected large and from different countries ...... maybe toghether with the other fine guys we could keep this topic or maybe make a new one to continue supporting each-other when we have a problem with our kle's.

If I can help you with something ...... I will !!! Just ask! I can help you with some pictures of my improvements, maybe some technical hints ... from my small experience .... I'm a graphic designer so ..... if you don't have time and you want some pictures improved in Photoshop ... and my free time allows .... I can help you.

What you are doing there is a great thing and maybe you can have succes with that site if it will be full of quality info's because you choose some Kawa models that aren't so known like zzr's and speed models... I've started some thing about KLE .... but it remains on my hard drive .... never put it online .....

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sorry again for false email

sorry luuk for the trouble (and thanx for it),the email was incorrect, it's akaltsos@yahoo.gr (i hope it won't add any junky stuff next to it this time).one more chance please!
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