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R1Videos.com – Get R1 Videos, Pics, Tweets, & More

Hey everyone, just wanted to direct you to the right places if you are new and tell you about a page or two you might have missed if you’ve been to R1Videos.com before.

We have a Yamaha R1 manuals page with plenty of R1 owners manuals, R1 service manuals, R1 assembly manuals, and a lone parts catalog for a 2004 R1. We are always adding more and more PDF manuals as we come across them. The purpose is to make sure that when you work on your own sportbike, you have the proper safety information to do it right. Here is our R1 Manuals page.

Check out the R1Videos.com videos page where we list all of the do it yourself videos, how to videos, and video reviews. The best part about this page is that we don’t have posts or anything else, just the videos so you can Get Your Fix! Here is our R1 Videos page.

Our About page gives you some information about the purpose of our site, tells you how to contact us (shoot an email to Robert at R1Videos.com), and some other goods like how to find us on other sites like YouTube and Twitter. Here is our About page.

We have an R1Videos.com official YouTube channel, a Twitter page, and Flickr page so you can view R1 videos, pics, and more! We are expanding as we find the time, so there will be more on the way soon. We will also be setting up our Facebook page eventually.

If you missed our “R1Videos.com How To Expert Oil Change 2004 2005 2006 Yamaha R1″ video, you can find it here in this post.

Another post a lot of riders and mechanics are viewing is the Yamaha R1 Periodic Maintenance and Lubrication Checklist

Here is a final link to the GoPro from our new sponsors Motorcycle Superstore. If you are going to shoot some videos of you and your Yamaha YZF-R1, then you will definitely want to grab a GoPro. We can’t wait to get one for Christmas!!

So there you have it! We are major fans of the Yamaha R1 – we ride em, race em, fix em, and work on them constantly. We are shooting these R1 Videos to help you take care of your sportbike and so you can Get Your Fix! 

Stay visible out there friends. And help us stay visible: bookmark, tweet, post to Facebook, subcribe and like our videos on YouTube, whatever you can do to help your fellow R1 owners get their fix too!

- R1 Videos Team

2007 R1 Service Manual

This is the 2007 R1 Service Manual for your Yamaha. We are editing some more do it yourself R1 videos so you can work on one of the sickest machines man has ever made. The 2007 R1 is the same bike as the 2008 R1 with only a handful of minor differences. Therefore, this 07 R1 Manual can also be used when working on your 08 R1.

See all of the years that the R1 was the same bike in this post.

r1Videos.com obviously wants you to have access to any of these manuals for the Yamaha that you need for safety reasons and torque specs and so on when you are following along with our videos. And we do encourage you to make a wise investment and pick up your own hard copies of the Yamaha owners and service manuals from your local dealer if you lost yours. It will come in handy when you don’t want to get your laptop greasy in the garage. Check out the manuals page here.

PDF digital version of the: 2007 Yamaha R1 Service Manual

Safety on the road starts with safety in the garage! More videos coming soon so bookmark us and check back soon.

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2004 Yamaha YZF R1 Owners Manual – LIT-11626-17-55

The following link is the PDF version of the 2004 Yamaha YZF R1 Owners Manual. It is posted here on our How To Videos website for safety and educational purposes only in case you do not have one at the time you do any work on your R1. This is to be used for finding safety info only and not to be used in any other way.

We highly recommend that you take great care if you work on your own motorcycle and follow the owner’s manual and service manuals exactly as they are written. Get a torque wrench and use the torque specs you find in the manuals because they are there to keep you from making a mistake and not tightening up a bolt or screw enough and that could cause you to wreck on the street or on the track. The last thing you want is to be rolling down the street and find out your front breaks weren’t tightened correctly (this has happened to me)!

View the 04 Owners Manual here: 2004 Yamaha R1 Owners Manual LIT-11626-17-55 (2004)

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2004 – 2006 Yamaha R1 Service Manual LIT-11616-17-55

2004 YZF-R1S(C) Service Manual

The link above is for the 2004 – 2006 YZF-R1 S(C) Service Manual.  This is for educational purposes only.

The C above in (C) is for California since California has different laws.  So the 2004 R1 S is the same thing as the 2004 R1 S(C).  Yamaha is just distinguishing the two because of those crazy California laws.

The part number to the service manual (as noted in the title above) is:  LIT-11616-17-55

We hope this helps you work on your 2004 thru 2006 R1 liter bike!

- R1Videos.com Team

2002 – 2003 Yamaha R1 Owner’s Manual LIT-11626-15-47

2002-2003 Yamaha R1 Owners Manual

The link above is for the 2002 – 2003 Yamaha R1 Owner’s Manual.  It is a PDF file.  This is being posted for educational purposes and to ensure you have access to all safety information regarding your motorcycle.  It will also come in handy when you use it along with our How To or Do It Yourself videos.

The part number on the manual has been verified as being the actual 2002 – 2003 Owner’s Manual.  Yamaha part # LIT-11626-15-47

If you find the manual online, and it does not have the same part number as above, then it is not to correct manual year that you are looking for.

We will post more part numbers for the correct manuals soon, so check back!