Owner and Service Manual Links

Jerk

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sqeeezy

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That link for the service manual is for the engine. It's good quality. So far for the BS4 Himalayan I've only found a poor quality (elec schematics not really readable in fine detail) complete service manual. I won't post the link. Google and you'll find. But if anyone gets quality schematics or complete bike service manual that's not a poor scan, I'd be much obliged. EDIT: I've found that the BS4 Owner's Manual has good quality schematics.
 
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sqeeezy

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sqeeezy

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??? Has anyone found a quality BS4 whole vehicle service manual yet? I keep scouting but can only find the slightly shabby quality one with the difficult to read schematics. The BS3 one is ok, but limited use for me.
 

sqeeezy

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Here's a link for more RE manuals, unfortunately no quality EURO IV - HIMALAYAN VEHICLE SERVICE MANUAL yet.


It is in French, but some manuals are in English <anglais>
They sell some interesting stuff for Enfields, too, including an adjustable rear shock for the Himmie,

https://motovintagelyon.com/2019/02/12/himalayan-un-amortisseur-reglable/ .... but that's off-topic...Happy Trails!
 

sqeeezy

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johnny42

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NY State
Appreciate all the catalogues and manuals.

I now have 3 Parts Catalogues.

Royal Enfield Genuine Parts Catalogue - LS410 - BSIV (59 pages)
Royal Enfield Genuine Parts Catalogue - LS410 (46 pages)
Royal Enfield Genuine Parts Catalogue - Himalayan BSIV (87 pages)

And 3 Service Manuals

Euro IV - Himalayan LS410 Service Manaual (130 pages)
Euro IV - Himalayan Vehicle Service Manual (294 pages)
Royal Enfield Service Manual Himalayan Carburettor Version Model (214 pages)

And 2 Owners Manuals

Royal Enfield Owners Manual #Himalayan USA/California (156 pages)
Royal Enfield Owners Manual Himalayan BSIV (164 pages)

.....just in case!!!
 

Jerk

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johnny42

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Thanks Jerk. I'll add this to my collection. Just a side note....this one appears to be for the Non-US model as it mentions the "free service" and the photos show rectangular turn signals. This one is the best so far!!
 

Goob

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I think I looked at most of the manuals posted, but none are very good for the most important regular maintenance items like step by step procedures for changing oil and adjusting valves. This is stuff that anyone can do and what should be done most often to keep a bike going. Most other items, some people can do, but many folks would take to the shop for...like changing out fork oil and the relatively complicated procedure (compared to most bikes) for changing brake pads.

There is lots of stuff about complete engine disassembly/assembly and the Google Drive one that Jerk posted Monday at 5:16, while it is the best one, repeats itself over and over (for example it has the instrument cluster in two sections with the same info...as is the case for many other items). Not sure why they did this.

I am not an owner yet, but this is of interest to me because I want to do as much maintenance on my bike as possible, and so far the information I really need (regular maintenance) is lacking. Maybe I just haven't searched far enough and all this is obvious to those who have owned a Himalayan for a while.
 

Justice Bikes

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I think I looked at most of the manuals posted, but none are very good for the most important regular maintenance items like step by step procedures for changing oil and adjusting valves. This is stuff that anyone can do and what should be done most often to keep a bike going. Most other items, some people can do, but many folks would take to the shop for...like changing out fork oil and the relatively complicated procedure (compared to most bikes) for changing brake pads.

There is lots of stuff about complete engine disassembly/assembly and the Google Drive one that Jerk posted Monday at 5:16, while it is the best one, repeats itself over and over (for example it has the instrument cluster in two sections with the same info...as is the case for many other items). Not sure why they did this.

I am not an owner yet, but this is of interest to me because I want to do as much maintenance on my bike as possible, and so far the information I really need (regular maintenance) is lacking. Maybe I just haven't searched far enough and all this is obvious to those who have owned a Himalayan for a while.
There is more info out there, have to dig pretty deep sometimes to find it.
That's what's nice about this forum, It's filled with peeps that have done pretty much everything that needs to be done on this bike, plus the bike is built to be worked on by just about anyone, RE made it pretty simple. For example the Fork oil you reference, once you have your bike in front of you you'll be able to see how it all goes together. RE gave us a very modest simple Fork design (pretty much a 70+ year old design), no special tools or fixtures required to change the oil. You'll be surprised at how much service work you'll be able to do yourself.
And anything you can't find in a manual or online is probably right here on this site, and if not, everyone is welcome to ask a question. There are alot of good people here willing to help out...

Oh, and by the way, I just changed my Fork oil a couple of weeks ago, the factory was shy about 100ml's each leg.... oops. The frontend doesn't sag so far now that it has the proper amount of fluid.
 

Goob

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Denver, CO
Thanks Justice BIkes! I am going to have to get used to doing some digging. I have been spoiled by the stuff that CSC provides for my Zongshen TT250. A kindergartener could follow their service manual. This won't hold me back from a Himalayan, tho, when the time is right (i.e., money saved up!).
 

sqeeezy

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Southern Spain
I think I looked at most of the manuals posted, but none are very good for the most important regular maintenance items like step by step procedures for changing oil and adjusting valves. This is stuff that anyone can do and what should be done most often to keep a bike going. Most other items, some people can do, but many folks would take to the shop for...like changing out fork oil and the relatively complicated procedure (compared to most bikes) for changing brake pads.
Hiya. The way they've written the service manual is basically in the form of a stripdown then a rebuild, so, for example, they tell how to drain your oil.....and much further on they tell you how to fit a filter and fill your oil. This works for me ok. As for the front brake pads, I didn't feel the need to use the manual, I just had a look at them and then I did it; I'm not trying to be a smartass, I'm not the best mechanic in the world, but i found them pretty straightforward. For the valves, yes I looked at the service manual and I disagree with rotating the engine backwards so I did it my way. I found by dredging the forums there's more detailed, more helpful info out there. I've clocked up 20,000km since April and the beast has worked well for me, but there's an element of hands-on in motorbike maintenance that you don't need in other fields, so use your horse sense, keep your eyes open, keep the bullshit spray close at hand and "Trust, But Verify!"
 

sqeeezy

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Southern Spain
I've just come across this https://motovintagelyon.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/HIMALAYAN-410-EURO-4-26-09-2017.pdf
which has as the title on the front page ROYAL ENFIELD GENUINE PARTS CATALOGUE LS410 - EURO IV
I've compared it to the ROYAL ENFIELD GENUINE PARTS CATALOGUE LS410 - BS IV
and it's got lots more pages. It seems to be basically a combo of the Parts Catalogues for the motor and the bike, with a hiccup in the page numbering sequence, which to my mind is just confusing things, but it does have some minor differences/corrections from the BS IV edition so it's there for any manual anoraks like me. Enjoy.
 
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