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Discussion 1989 ZXR Manual translation

Discussion in 'Site Support' started by banner001, Aug 23, 2018.

  1. banner001

    banner001 Well-Known Member Premium Member Contributing Member

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    The awesome GreyImport is currently uploading the 1989-1990 manual to the site...however its in japanese...however if several of us take a few pages we can get the whole thing translated from japanese into english.

    Im currently doing this using a combination of Google translate, and the existing C model manual (for the larger more generic bits of text).

    If we all post in here what we are working on then we wont be duplicating any parts...

    I'm currently half way through section 1 - Overview and ill do all of this...sections 2-4 are currently up for download, i suggest you say what section and page range you are going to do i.e. S2p1-10, then the next person would take S2p11-13 for example.

    Send me a PM when you have some pages done and ill collate them all and upload a finalised .pdf when its all done.

    Sections committed:
    S1 all pages - banner001
    S2 all pages - TonyZXR
     
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  2. TonyZXR

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    index.png I`ve done the carb spec sheet the other day
     
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    @banner001 since I've started on section 2 should i continue?
     
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    sounds good to me, section 2 is 10 pages in total, so if you want to do those ill do all of section 1
     
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    you will find that for a lot of bits the english text from the C model is going to be almost identical to the japanese to be translated from the A model...which is handy as you dont need to use OCR recognition for everything then...

    ill post up a pic of a page ive done, your text and everything looks about the same as mine - think im using Ariel
     
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    @Frankster is part way though doing the translation on the wiring diagram

    I did this page the other week

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    and this
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    i was using times new roman . Pics won't load @my67xr ?
     
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    They are showing up for me ?
     
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    And another page, which you've also done.


    1ZXR CARB.jpg
     
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    I can't see them either. Might be loading from a local drive or a site/server Tony and I don't have rights to...not that I'd know.

    Pics.jpg
     
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    You guys need a medal for doing this.
     
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    I've always been a bit iffy using the C manual to do stuff on an A bike. This exercise is well worth doing...in my opinion. Wiring diagram is still a WIP. Page 15-33B HiRes Colour.jpg
     
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    I can't see the pics above, other than the wiring diagram which is looking bang on!

    Looks like we need volunteers for sections 3 and 4 which have been recently posted...many hands make light work etc...
     
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    Same pic's i put up on the ZXR250A Service Manual PM @Frankster
    These-

    zxr torque settings.png zxr models.png zxr model translation.png
     
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    Yep, having a ZXR250A wiring diagram is gold. Beats trying to guess where each of those effing wires is going and what it's doing (for dopey me anyway).
     
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    I can see them now
     
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    Yeah i just copied them from that pm when i posted them again
     
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    ive finished off pages 1-12 of section 1, hoping to have almost all of section 1 done for the weekend...
     
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    I've done a copy of the electrical diagram on Photoshop in fully layered format...this means that you can easily select specific wiring runs if necessary, i.e. it can show you all the yellow wires, or you can see that there are 2 individual runs of black wires, you can ask it to show you just the one...

    Personally I use these for displaying all of the single wire runs on one sheet, then all of those with a single joint in them, followed by any with 2 joins etc.. I use these to then simply break up the wiring diagram for loom building as I can straight away lay down all the wires with no joins, then make the ones with a single join etc...

    I'll post it on the resources section tonight when I get back from work, I'll post a high quality .tiff, the layered .PSD and a .jpg
     
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