This week I finally got the bike title transferred into my name. When we went to do the transfer the PO gave me a service manual he dug up for the bike. I was planning to buy a Haynes manual or something like it, but it looks like this thing will be all I need. It's got maintenance procedures, disassembly/assembly instructions, diagrams, and more. Pretty much everything you could ever need in order to redo this bike.
This is the full wiring diagram. That should come in handy considering the rats nest of wires hanging off the bike.
There is an exploded parts diagram and parts list for almost every part of the bike. This is the oil pump.
There are these cool flow charts for tearing things apart. It shows the order in which you can disassemble different parts of the bike. This is the engine disassembly flow chart.
When I was first looking through the book this page caught my eye and made me laugh. The "Additional Considerations For Racing" section. I look forward to reading this in case I ". . . wish to subject this motorcycle to abnormal operation".