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I just bought a 2015 CBR600RR about a month ago. Does anyone know if/where I can get a free PDF copy of the service manual?? I've Googled it, but can only find sites that require you to pay for one. Also, there doesn't seem to be an idle adjustment screw on this bike like there was on my old 2000 CBR929. How do you adjust idle rev on this bike?? I'm hoping you don't have to rip half the bike apart to do so. Thanks in advance.
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I just bought a 2015 CBR600RR about a month ago. Does anyone know if/where I can get a free PDF copy of the service manual?? I've Googled it, but can only find sites that require you to pay for one. Also, there doesn't seem to be an idle adjustment screw on this bike like there was on my old 2000 CBR929. How do you adjust idle rev on this bike?? I'm hoping you don't have to rip half the bike apart to do so. Thanks in advance.
You won't find any PDF "free" links here, the mods don't allow it (copywrite or dumb sh!t like that).

As far as the idle adjustment knob, if there wasn't a huge design change from 08-15, it still should be a knurled knob hiding somewhere near your left knee, maybe attached to a coolant or drain/breather hose.

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Thanks Ian. I didn't necessarily mean finding a free service manual link on this site, but also on any other one. I've looked very closely on both the left and right side of the bike and don't see the idle adjustment knob. I'd hope they wouldn't make it that difficult to adjust the idle.
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Thanks Ian. I didn't necessarily mean finding a free service manual link on this site, but also on any other one. I've looked very closely on both the left and right side of the bike and don't see the idle adjustment knob. I'd hope they wouldn't make it that difficult to adjust the idle.
post up a pic of your left side fairing and/or vent opening in the fairing. I'm overly curious now.

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Re: service manual / idle adjust

Here you go Ian. I realize they're not the best pics, but it's the best I can do. I looked once again for the idle adjustment know, but still don't see it anywhere. I check the left and right sides.
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Here you go Ian. I realize they're not the best pics, but it's the best I can do. I looked once again for the idle adjustment know, but still don't see it anywhere. I check the left and right sides.
I wonder if it’s actually missing

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Re: service manual / idle adjust

Being a 2015 model, I suspect there is no longer an idle adjustment screw because all fuelling is done via ECU.

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Re: service manual / idle adjust

Thanks for your input guys. Maybe the idle adjustment knob has been eliminated.
If anyone has any leads on where I can get a free PDF copy of my bike's service manual, please let me know.
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Thanks for your input guys. Maybe the idle adjustment knob has been eliminated.
If anyone has any leads on where I can get a free PDF copy of my bike's service manual, please let me know.
So I don't know why I didn't think of this earlier but, Partzilla shows it was last on the 06. Everything from there up to 2015 didn't have the adjuster listed as a separate part to buy, and was absent from the Throttle Body Fiche picture. Looks like it is in fact gonzo.

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So I don't know why I didn't think of this earlier but . . .
That's cos you needed my post to stimulate the thought processes

You might be right up there with decals, but I'm the man for non-existent idle adjusters.
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