Dnepr K750

(Ukraine) 750cc 28 bhp Side-valve engine. 1960's replacement of the M-72 as the primary Soviet military motorcycle.

The K-750 was the first of the 750cc machines built in Kiev Motor Works (KMZ) Ukraine. It was similar to the Russian IMZ M-72 (frame, engine, plunger rear suspension etc) except for a few details: it used short leading link front forks, full width aluminium hubs as used up to the end of KMZ, different handle bar levers, black speedometer face and a few other minor details.

None of the manuals shown here are Photocopies, all graphics have been digitally cleaned

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RM-05-023 - Dnepr K-750

 

Care & Maintenance

 

This manual gives the basic but essential maintenance instructions and settings for the motorcycle.

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Price £28.00 + £2.40 P & P

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Price £28.00 + £6.00 P & P

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RM-05-024 - Dnepr K-750

 

Parts Catalogue

 

This catalogue shows a very clear exploded layout of all the parts on the motorcycle along with part numbers groups and quantities of each component.

United Kingdon Only

Price £28.00 + £2.40 P & P

International Shipping

Price £28.00 + £6.00 P & P

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RM-05-025

Dnepr K-750

 

Care & Parts - 2-Book Set

 

This set combines both the Care & Maintenance and Parts Catalogue shown above. These manuals give the user most of the information required for servicing and identifying parts on the motorcycle.

United Kingdon Only

Price £40.00 + £4.60 P & P

International Shipping

Price £40.00 + £15.80 P & P

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The original manual is still in Russian but there have been many enquiries regarding an English version.

 

To get round this problem I have made a 'Hybrid' manual. The basic manual used is the K650 Care & Maintenance.

 

As you may know the K-650 is identical to the K-750M except for the early KMZ OHV engine. Even so, the different engine uses the same ignition (manual advance distributor) & 6V generator, electrics, etc. as the side-valve K-750