I just got my copy today, it's actually pretty decent, with a nice history of the bike at the beginning and interesting comparisons across the s1000 line. I have the digital BMW version of the service manual and all torque specs match what's in Haynes. I recommend it.Is the Haynes service manual good enough for the S1000R? I don't intend to do any massive repair/upgrade work -- just normal maintenance.
This is the ideal way to go, but it requires a PC which some riders don't own. It also takes some learning and trial and error to navigate the interface or use the clunky search feature which can take several minutes per query if you don't filter by the right component/model. If you just want to change the fluids in your bike, remove wheels, new chain, etc. then look up the task in the index of this book and you're done.why not just download the official service manual from here: https://www.s1000rrforum.com/forum/maintenance/177434-s1000rr-service-riders-manuals.html