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Nice looking bike. Welcome to and enjoy the Forum. The winter would be a great time to familiarize yourself with the R3's owners manual. There's really a lot of good and important info in there. I have a link to Yamaha's website. You can download a free PDF owners manual for your bike, if you don't already have one. Just fill in the year and model to download. If you want a hard copy, you can get one for about $20 US, maybe less.
https://www.yamahamotorsports.com/motorsports/owners-manuals
 

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Nice looking bike. Welcome to and enjoy the Forum. The winter would be a great time to familiarize yourself with the R3's owners manual. There's really a lot of good and important info in there. I have a link to Yamaha's website. You can download a free PDF owners manual for your bike, if you don't already have one. Just fill in the year and model to download. If you want a hard copy, you can get one for about $20 US, maybe less.
https://www.yamahamotorsports.com/motorsports/owners-manuals
Thanks my friend, will do!
 

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Any tips?
Not really. Mine's got a scratch on the tank which I have no recollection of doing myself and some rub marks either side of the pillion seat where I strapped a large dry-bag full of camping kit.
In both cases the marks would be hard to spot and would polish out on a conventional lacquered gloss finish but that matte grey is very thin and has black underneath which really stands out.
Next time I go camping I'll try some self adhesive clear plastic where the bag touches the bodywork.
 
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