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Hello, I am new to the boards and have a question. I just picked up my first 88 T4 and I am pretty pumped. I have been wanting a T4 for some time now. This is not my first Tecate as I own a 84 T3. I am looking for a service manual. I have searched the forums and see they are out there, but is there a different manual for the 87 and 88 or does one service manual cover both.

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One manual covers both 87 & 88.
 

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How much differance between the 87 and 88. Thanks guys. I can't wait to start rebuilding

Not much, the 87's had straight a-arms, the rear shock reservoir was on the frame left of the motor

The 88's had bent lower a-arms and the rear shock reservoir was on the left side of the sub frame, the front shocks were also a little better on the 88's

I may be missing some thing, if so some one else will let us know :D
 

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You will get lots of help and info here.
 

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Well, heck, that sucks for me,...

Owners Manual, keep looking and you will come across a service manual - think I bought mine on ebay for $25 each.
Kawaski 1987 KXF250 KXF 250 Tecate 4 New Owners Manual : eBay Motors (item 120503367777 end time Feb-05-10 09:33:45 PST)
You can get the manuals for free on my website just download and print...:D

I haven't done ANYTHING with the website since moving back from Australia - :cool: when I get some free time I will update and add pics of new projects.
 

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T4 pdf

Thanks, I really need to take some time and update the website... I have allot of info and tech stuff I want to put out there for fellow Tecate enthusiast....

I fixed the bad link :D Ready for download!
 
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