Above on the page there are several PDF Service Manuals & Electric Wiring Diagram for BUELL Motorcycles.
The equipment produced under the Buell motorcycle brand is originality and charisma itself.
On the verge of being a work of engineering. It is worth noting that in many cases this has a bad effect on performance.
The first building blocks of the Buell brand history were laid in 1983.
Then the ambitious Eric Buell tried to bring his Buell RW750 motorcycle (RW - Road Warrior) to the AMA racing series.
Due to changes in the rules, the motorcycle ultimately remained unclaimed, but this did not stop the young talented dreamer.
Subsequently, Buell was forced to become one of the divisions of the Harley-Davidson brand. Harley Davidson, in turn, in its own way repaid Eric's talents, slamming the gate in front of his nose in the midst of the crisis in America, thereby bankrupting the brand.
Buell is now part of history. All motorcycles are sold out and are no longer produced, spare parts will be on sale for a long time.
Over the course of its history, Buell Motorcycles has built over 130,000 motorcycles.
From an engineering standpoint, all Buell motorcycles are equally ingenious and equally impractical.
Harley-Davidson V-motors that fit through the cushions into Buell's quirky frames are simple and reliable.
They make a lot of noise and vibrate, but at the same time they hardly eat oil. The starter presents many problems, each of the owners has at least once faced it death.
The mechanism nurtures up to 10,000 km, then it is most likely destroyed by a mixture from a powerful engine with a dead battery.