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MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT STORAGE TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE A Table of Contents is included after the Foreword. Your new mo- torcycle is the product of Kawasaki’s advanced engineering, exhaustive testing, and continuous striving for superior reliability, safety and performance. Please read this Owner’s Manual carefully before riding so that you will be thoroughly familiar with the proper operation of your motorcycle’s controls, its fea-. All products are subject to change without prior notice or obligation.Specifications are subject to change without notice. They are the only means of identifying your particular machine from others of the same model type. These serial numbers may be needed by your dealer when ordering parts. Rebound Damping 2. Left Handlebar (Front) Force Adjuster (Front Switches 8. Front Brake Lever Fork) 3. Turn Signal Lights 26. Brake Disc 33. Side Stand 19. Spark Plugs 27. Front Fork 34. Spring Preload 20. Air Cleaner 28. Brake Fluid Reservoir 46. Center Stand 37. Fuse Box (Rear) 47. Rear Brake Pedal 38. Battery 43. Swingarm 48. Oil Level Inspection 39. Fuel Tank Cap 44. Rear Brake Light Window 40. In some cases, improper installation Because a motorcycle is sensitive to or use of accessories, or motorcycle. Kawasaki does not manu- (i.e., lean angle), control operation, facture sidecars or trailers for mo- wheel travel, front fork movement,. The following settings can be ad- justed in the multifunction meter. When changing the settings of these items, refer to the “Setting Menu”. The odometer shows the total dis- tance in kilometers or miles that the ve- hicle has been ridden. The current mileage display is renewed every 4 seconds. This cruising range Menu” item in this section.The battery voltage may not be dis- played correctly in this meter when Battery Voltage - the battery voltage is less than 9.0 V or more than 16.0 V. The out- side temperature display is renewed every 5 seconds. When the transmission is in 2nd gear, “2” is displayed.

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When the transmission is in 3rd gear, “3” is displayed. When the transmission is in 4th gear, “4” is displayed. When the transmission is in 5th gear, “5”. If all 6 seg- ments are displayed and start blinking, the coolant warning message “HIGH TEMP”, and the coolant warning sym- A. Refuel at the earliest op- portunity if the last 1 segment (E) and. When the fuel economy ton for more than one second, but assistance mode function is effective, less than three seconds, to switch the fuel economy assistance indicator between fuel economy assistance appears on the multifunction meter. The various settings in the multifunc- tion meter can be performed in this set- ting menu.Electric Windshield - A. The clock works normally from the back-up power while the ignition switch is turned off. When the battery is connected, warn- ing indicator light defaults to blinking NOTE mode. If the warning indi- B. Warning Indicator Light cator light goes on or blinks, and warn- ing message and warning symbol are displayed, have DFI system checked by an authorized Kawasaki dealer. Have FI ECU checked by an authorized Kawasaki dealer. A. Warning Symbol B. Warning Indicator Light A. “ECU ID ERROR” Message. If the warning B. Warning Indicator Light indicator light goes on, and warning message and warning symbol are dis- played, have the ignition switch unit checked by an authorized Kawasaki dealer. Have the ignition switch unit checked by an authorized Kawasaki dealer. A. Warning Symbol B. Warning Indicator Light A. “STEERING LOCK ID ERROR” Message. TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR: F LOW BATTERY: Front tire air pressure sen- A. Warning Symbol sor battery is low. If the warn- A. Warning Symbol ing message and warning symbol are B. Warning Indicator Light still displayed, it should be done by an authorized Kawasaki dealer. If the warning message and warning symbol is displayed in the multifunction meter, replace the battery to the new one at the earliest opportunity.

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This system contains of the FOB, KIPASS ECU, Key Knob. Registering additional FOB should be done by an authorized Kawasaki A. FOB (Portable Key) dealer. If all FOB are lost, registering B. KIPASS ECU (Under Seat) new codes for replacement FOB into electronic control unit is impossible. Included with the key is a key number, which may be stamped on the key inself. Incorrect com- chase additional spare keys either us- munication may occur by the location. If the primary FOB is Kawasaki dealer.The spare FOB has the emergency mechanical ignition key which should be inserted into the spare FOB. This motorcycle has a four-position, key knob-operated switch. The key knob can be removed from the switch when it is in the FSS position. All electrical circuits the engine immediately after turning off. Key knob cannot be removed. All electrical a long time, the battery may become equipment can be used. When the key knob is pushed in, then, when turning to ON, turn signal light blinks two times, the symbol of the key knob is displayed in the multifunction meter for 5 seconds. Refer to the corresponding turn signals blink on and Kawasaki TRaction Control (KTRC) off.MOTORCYCLE chapter for more de-. If required, move the switch to the position. Ordinarily, the ignition switch should be used to stop the engine. This motorcycle is equipped with Push in the hazard switch to the left temperature-adjustable grip warmers with the key knob in the ON position.All the turn signals and turn signal indi- The temperature adjustment dial is cator lights will blink on and off. Do not operate the grip warmer while riding. A. Temperature Adjustment Dial B. OFF Position C. LO Position D. If the handlebar battery from running down. There- grip becomes worn or damaged, fore, when the motorcycle is at a stop stop using the grip warmer and or is slowing down, the switch may.

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Refer to the Headlight just your headlight beam so you can Beam section of the “Maintenance and better see the road ahead and don’t. Always clutch lever adjuster has 5 positions so install a fuse 5 A or less for the that the released lever position can be. Insert the key knob into the fuel tank cap and turn the key knob to the right. To close the cap, push it down into place with the key knob inserted. Avoid filling the tank in the rain or where heavy dust is blowing so that the fuel does not get contaminated. A. Key Hole Cover B. If the tank is tential for serious burns.Use minimum of 90 octane gaso- line only to prevent severe en- Minimum gine damage.Fuel stabilizer additives inhibit oxidation of the fuel which mini-. Always kick the stand stands: a center stand and a side fully up before sitting on the motorcycle. stand. Be certain the saddlebags are securely engaged on their holders and are securely locked by attempting to pull them from the holders. See that both saddlebags the lock mark. Do not carry loads of more than 10 kg (22 lb) in each saddlebag. Distribute the load equally on both sides of the motorcycle to minimize imbalance. If the FOB battery is “run down” in the storage case, it is impossible to restart the vehicle. Do not carry loads of more than 10 kg (22 lb) on the rear carrier. Do not exceed the total payload limit of 228 kg (503 lb), including rider, passenger, baggage, and accessories. If the motorcycle is not used carefully during this period, you may very well end up with a “broken down” instead of a “broken in” motorcycle after a few thousand kilometers. A break-in period of 160 km (100 miles) is necessary to establish normal tire traction. During break-in, avoid sudden and maximum braking and acceleration, and hard cornering. In addition to the above, at 1 000 km (600 miles) it is extremely important that the owner has the initial maintenance service performed by a competent mechanic following the procedures in the Service Manual.

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Af- starter lockout switch. This switch is ter righting the motorcycle, first turn designed so that the engine does not the key knob to “OFF”. If this is not practical, a 12 overheating and damage may volt booster battery and jumper cables occur. Do not make this last connection at the fuel system or battery. Take care not to touch the positive and nega- tive cables together, and do not lean over the battery when mak- A. When shifting down to a lower gear, do not shift at such a high speed that engine rpm jumps excessively. When using the front brake lever, the right and left front calipers and the rear brake operate. Be aware of tended braking distance. After righting Your Kawasaki Motorcycle has been the motorcycle, first turn the key knob designed and manufactured to pro- to “OFF” and then back to “ON” be- vide you optimum safety and conve- fore starting the engine. Once this Operating or parking the vehi- stopping procedure is initiated, the en- cle near flammable materials can gine stop switch may be used to stop cause a fire, and can result in. The converter react with carbon cause a fire, and can result in monoxide, hydrocarbons and nitrogen property damage or severe per- oxides to convert them into carbon. Never (KTRC) use leaded gasoline. Leaded gaso- line significantly reduces the capabil- The KTRC calculates the slip level of ity of the catalytic converter.On a slippery road surface, never suddenly fully release the throttle grip without the disengaging the clutch. The KTRC indicator light is displayed when the KTRC function is turned off. While the KTRC is operating, the KTRC indicator light blinks quickly and A. After operating the KTRC button, check the KTRC indicator light to verify that the KTRC function has been switched to the desired position. For safety, eye protection and a When riding always keep both helmet are strongly recommended.

The time required is minimal, and habitual performance of these checks will help ensure you a safe, reliable ride. If any irregularities are found during these checks, refer to the Maintenance and Adjustment chapter or see your dealer for the action required to return the motor- cycle to a safe operating condition. Nuts, Bolts, Fasteners Check that steering and suspension components, axles, and all controls are properly tightened or fastened. Steering. Check to see that they are correctly adjusted and func- tioning properly. Steering: Looseness in the steering can cause loss of control. Check to see that the handlebar turns freely but has no play. Do not attempt high speed operation unless you have received sufficient training and have the required skills. Additionally, Kawasaki has incorporated. Please read the warranty carefully, and keep it valid by complying with the owner’s obligations it contains. Use the same type and brand of oil that is already in the engine. NOTICE If the engine oil gets extremely low or if the oil pump does not function properly or oil pas- sages are clogged, the oil pres- A. SJ, SL, SM and JASO MA, MA1, MA2 Dispose of used oil properly. Oils fulfilling the above re- bricants have been specifically engi- quirements are fully formulated and neered for your vehicle. If it is low, add Oil Change oil as necessary.Radiator and Cooling Fan - Check the radiator fins for obstruc- tion by insects or mud. Clean off any obstructions with a stream of low-pressure water. WARNING The cooling fan spins at high speed and can cause serious injuries. If the coolant level be- damage the radiator fins and im- comes low, the engine overheats and pair the radiator’s effectiveness. This will clog If hard water is used in the sys- up the coolant passages, and con- tem, it causes scale accumula- siderably reduce the efficiency of the tion in the water passages, and cooling system.

Although no ad- justments are required, a thorough vi- sual inspection must be made at the in- tervals specified by the Periodic Main- tenance Chart. NOTICE If valve clearance is left un- adjusted, wear will eventually cause the valves to remain partly open; which lowers per- formance, burns the valves and valve seats, and may cause seri- ous engine damage. Inspect the air suction valves (KCA) is a secondary air suction sys- in accordance with the Periodic Main- tem that helps the exhaust gases to tenance Chart. Using the causing spark plug fouling.If dirt gets through into the en- gine, excessive engine wear and possibly engine damage will oc- cur. Air Cleaner Element Installation Element and the removed parts in- stallation is performed in the reverse or- der of removal, and make sure that the lead does not pinch with any parts. Quick Rivet Removal A. Adjust it if necessary. Throttle Grip - The throttle grip controls the butterfly valves in the throttle body. If the throt- tle grip has excessive play due to either cable stretch or maladjustment, it will A. Pad replace- with dirt or water.Fluid Requirement Use DOT4 rated heavy-duty brake fluid only. NOTICE Do not spill brake fluid onto any painted surface. The brake light should go on move the switch up or down by turn- after the proper pedal travel. Weaker spring force and Kawasaki dealer.Be sure follows: to turn both adjusters by the same number of turns.The indica- tions of TUBELESS on the tire side wall and the rim show that the tire and rim are specially designed for tubeless use. A. TUBELESS Mark The tire and rim form a leakproof unit by making airtight contacts at the tire chamfers and the rim flanges instead. As temperatures rise, so does Approx.A common cause of battery failure is sulfation. For more details, ask your Kawasaki dealer.Horizontal Adjustment The headlight beam is adjustable horizontally.NOTICE When handling quartz -halogen bulbs, never touch the glass portion with bare hands.

Always use a clean cloth.The main fuse is located at the battery compartment. If a fuse fails during operation, inspect the electrical system to determine the cause, and then replace it with a new fuse of proper amperage. Before lubricating each part, clean off any rusty spots with rust remover and wipe off any grease, oil, dirt, or grime. If the boot is not po- shift pedal ball joint for correct instal- sitioned in the groove correctly, re- lation. This helps dry the signed for motorcycles or automo- brakes and restores them to normal biles) and water in a bucket. Use operating performance.If a plastic part comes in Kawasaki dealer.Aluminum wheels, both painted a rubber protectant to help prolong their and unpainted can be cleaned with useful life. Also, check to see that each cotter pin is in place and in good condition. Please ask your authorized Kawasaki dealer for torque values. Front Axle Clamp Bolts 11. Front Axle 12. Caliper Mounting Bolts 13. Side Stand Bolt 14. Brake Pedal Bolt 21. Rear Axle Nut 22. Tetra Lever Bolts 23. Center Stand Bolts and Nuts. WARNING Engine oil is a toxic substance. Dispose of used oil properly. Contact your local authorities for approved disposal methods or possible recy- cling. Turn the ignition switch to “OFF”. Do not smoke. Make sure the area is well-ventilated and free from any source of flame or sparks; this includes any appliance with a pilot light. The warranty does not cover the cost of regularly-scheduled maintenance. The warranty also does not ap- ply to the normal wear of items such as tires, brake pads, transmission drive belts, chains, sprockets, etc. See your Kawasaki dealer or go to Kawasaki.com for more information if you don’t already have the GTPP. What Am I Responsible For. You are responsible for maintaining your vehicle according to the maintenance schedule shown in this owner’s manual. The dealership will also file all necessary paperwork.

The dealership is responsi- ble for correctly completing any necessary repairs, whether they are covered by the limited warranty or not. No autho- rization for warranty work can be given until your vehicle has been inspected by a Kawasaki dealer. What if I am not Satisfied With My Warranty Service. If you aren’t satisfied with your dealership’s repair work or operations, it is best to. This owner’s manual should answer most of your questions about your Kawasaki. Your Kawasaki dealer should either be able to answer any other questions you might have immediately or be able to find the answer for you. This also applies to disposal of the entire vehicle at the. Odometer Date Dealer Name. If any label is missing, damaged, or worn, get a replacement from your Kawasaki dealer and install it in the correct posi- tion. NOTE 1. Brake Fluid (Rear) 11.Saddlebag Limit Notice (attached inside of the bag) 14. Saddlebag Lid Notice (attached inside of the bag) 15. Saddlebag Load Warning 16. Rear Carrier Notice. Radiator Cap Danger. January 31, 2021 What Kind of Limos Are There. January 30, 2021 Your Personal Finance Guide to Car Loans January 29, 2021 Getting Back in Shape: What Is Frame Straightening. January 29, 2021 What Is Classed as a Commercial Vehicle. January 28, 2021 The Revolution Will Drive Itself: The Dawning of the Age of Vehicular Automation January 28, 2021 Having Trouble Driving at Night. Here Is How You Can Stay Focused. January 27, 2021 Search Motor Era. And by having access to our ebooks online or by storing it on your computer, you have convenient answers with 2010 Kawasaki Concours Owners Manual. To get started finding 2010 Kawasaki Concours Owners Manual, you are right to find our website which has a comprehensive collection of manuals listed. Our library is the biggest of these that have literally hundreds of thousands of different products represented.

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Overall, while there is judgment involved in the application of option pricing models to intangible assets, there is also a significant amount of guidance and industry practice that has developed over time and that the analyst can refer to for implementation. A simple replacement cost model for acquired software that adjusts for obsolescence and takes into account the tax impact of the asset’s amortization is shown below. It weighs the tax impact of the asset’s amortization, which is most relevant if the intangible asset is considered within the framework of the valuation of an overall enterprise. A pre-tax asset valuation may be more suitable under certain circumstances, particularly if the asset is valued on a stand-alone basis. A pre-tax asset valuation may be more suitable under certain circumstances, particularly if the asset is valued on a stand-alone basis. The estimate of the obsolescence percentage is also a critical factor in this model, and is often developed based on inquiries with technical management personnel. Analysts have to expand the range of data sources and techniques they use in valuation and develop methodologies that are suitable to the intangible asset being valued for more reliable valuation results. Such methodologies provide new perspectives on the cost, market, and income approaches and can be integrated with an analysis of non-GAAP KPIs and other conceptual frameworks. As such, they should not be construed as investment advice, nor do the opinions expressed necessarily reflect the views of CFA Institute or the author’s employer. Puca served as a director in the ethics and professional standards group at CFA Institute and as a volunteer focused on certifications and curriculum programs. She has served as an executive committee member of the board of the CFA Society of New York and as a member of AIMA's research committee. She is a member of the Business Valuation Committee of the AICPA.

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CAG We promote the highest ethical standards and offer a range of educational opportunities online and around the world. All rights reserved. They are now the primary driver of company profitability and growth. They either never make the balance sheet, are lost under the amorphous term “goodwill,” or are listed at cost (and there is essentially no correlation between cost and value with intangible assets). This is incorrect. Dependent on our clients' needs, we can provide full business valuations or can value individual intangible assets. They do an excellent job at this. The result is that traditional valuation methods, such as cost-based analysis or discounted cash flow (DCF), suffer from major issues when applied to intangible assets: This means that basing a valuation of an intangible asset-rich business on the cost of those assets is likely to dramatically under (or occasionally over) value that business. However, they tend to break down when the company’s future is unlikely to look like its past. Unfortunately, this is frequently the case for intangible asset-rich companies, start-ups and technology companies or businesses exposed to high growth markets or products. Valuations using these traditional methods are almost entirely based on financial data, which is either absent or highly speculative with these types of companies. They also ignore the critical role and impact of intangible assets, which can have values that are orders of magnitude greater than historical cost, performance or forecast cashflows. Consequently, traditional methods tend to be vulnerable to error or manipulation, leading management, directors, and investors to make incorrect assessments and decisions about company value. Many valuations will cost considerably less than this. Please check your entries and try again. Login below and you can start commenting using your own user instantly. Por favor, tente novamente.Por favor, tente novamente.

With clarity and precision the authors lay out the critical process that leads you through the description, identification and valuation of intangible assets. Through illustrative examples and clear modeling, this book makes abstract concepts come to life to help you deliver strong and accurate valuations. Compre seu Kindle aqui, ou baixe um app de leitura Kindle GRATIS.Robert specializes in the valuation of businesses, securities, and intangible assets for transaction, taxation, accounting, financing, and litigation purposes. He is an accredited senior appraiser designated in business valuation and a certified business appraiser. Para calcular a classificacao geral de estrelas e a analise percentual por estrela, nao usamos uma media simples. Em vez disso, nosso sistema considera coisas como se uma avaliacao e recente e se o avaliador comprou o item na Amazon. Ele tambem analisa avaliacoes para verificar a confiabilidade. It is replete with explanation and examples of methodology, sources of data and other useful information. Why? Because it’s part and parcel of ensuring a fair assessment for both real estate and personal property. An intangible asset has several generally agreed-upon attributes that give it form and structure: The right can be separated in three ways: by itself, with other intangible assets, or with tangible assets. Historically, wireless companies have paid billions of dollars for the legal authority to send a radio signal across the airwaves. Those locations are considered intangible assets and transact on the market. For example, Marriott can attract more occupants to its hotel rooms simply because its brand name is associated with a certain quality of service. Those attributes have nothing to do with the property’s actual physical nature, but everything to do with the brand Marriott has created.