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My bike is breaking down alot

Its a silverwing 600 2003 model.
I have got a new battery ,would it be the spark plugs as it has misfired several times.
Also is there a picture manual for my bike or scooter

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Try setting the timing.

Posted on Oct 03, 2010

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Your bike needs a professional tuneup ... take it to your Honda Dealer.

Please take a look at the Honda Rider Club ... http://hrca.honda.com/ Join for free ... with a paid membership, you can get your service manual according to info posted at the site.

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