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Old Feb 15th 2019, 09:59 PM   #1
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Time frame to change air filter

I just picked up a Sprint air filter and was wondering what how long it took forum members to change out their air filters the first time they were doing it. And what is the average time frame for forum members who have done this before and go in to clean out their filters from time to time. I watched an install video on youtube and wish it was as simple as doing it on my S1000R and S1000RR
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Old Feb 16th 2019, 08:45 AM   #2
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Remove seat, remove tank, remove upper injector fuel lines, remove air filter. Reverse process.
Maybe half hour at an easy pace. 2 hours taking pics, 4 hours making a blockbuster movie production.
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Old Feb 16th 2019, 09:04 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by Twistedracer View Post
Remove seat, remove tank, remove upper injector fuel lines, remove air filter. Reverse process.
Maybe half hour at an easy pace. 2 hours taking pics, 4 hours making a blockbuster movie production.
lmao !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old Feb 16th 2019, 10:22 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Twistedracer View Post
Remove seat, remove tank, remove upper injector fuel lines, remove air filter. Reverse process.
Maybe half hour at an easy pace. 2 hours taking pics, 4 hours making a blockbuster movie production.

Gee thanks for the wise ass remark. I just had my ice coffee come up and out of my nose for laughing so hard. And now my nose hurts. lolol
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Gee thanks for the wise ass remark. I just had my ice coffee come up and out of my nose for laughing so hard. And now my nose hurts. lolol
Wise ass? Itís the truth!!! Anytime Iím doing a simple quick job and stop to take pics, it becomes an all day affair
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Wise ass? Itís the truth!!! Anytime Iím doing a simple quick job and stop to take pics, it becomes an all day affair
I have a miserable day at work. And when I read your short response I laughed so hard. It made my day.

Back to being serious. If you happen to have a video can you post it? I have a hard time changing my shower head. I can ride a track. But when it comes to relaying info on what I want. Ive heard a schizorphenic with tourettes sound more intelligence than me when it comes to setting up a suspension
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I have a miserable day at work. And when I read your short response I laughed so hard. It made my day.

Back to being serious. If you happen to have a video can you post it? I have a hard time changing my shower head. I can ride a track. But when it comes to relaying info on what I want. Ive heard a schizorphenic with tourettes sound more intelligence than me when it comes to setting up a suspension
Glad it helped your day lol.
Sorry no vid.
But itís easy.
Remove your seat.
Unbolt your fuel tank at the rear, remove the ignition cover and unbolt the front of the tank and pull out the collars the bolts go through. .
Now lift the rear of the tank, disconnect the ground wire, and unplug the wire to the fuel pump. Disconnect the fuel line by squeezing the quick disconnect and pulling down.
Let the rear of the tank down and lift the front a bit. Now you can pull off the two vent lines at the front right side. One of the vent lines on mine had a clamp on it.
At this point you can lift off the tank and set it aside.
Unclip the fuel disconnect to the two injectors sitting above the throttle bodies.
Then lift up the fuel line assembly. The middle part where the lines join together has an O ring. It lifts straight up.
Now you can unclip the air filter frame at both sides and slide it all out.
Reverse the process to install.
I use zip ties on the vent lines when I put them back on.
Take your time and get familiar with it. Itís pretty easy.
Make sure when you plug in the fuel pump that you line it up straight so as not to bend a prong.
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I ended up cutting a 1x1 and wrapping a shop towel around it to just prop the gas tank up while I get the filter out of there to clean and oil. That definitely saves some time. I think it’s about a 20/30 minute job from start to finish.
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Originally Posted by Twistedracer View Post
Glad it helped your day lol.
Sorry no vid.
But itís easy.
Remove your seat.
Unbolt your fuel tank at the rear, remove the ignition cover and unbolt the front of the tank and pull out the collars the bolts go through. .
Now lift the rear of the tank, disconnect the ground wire, and unplug the wire to the fuel pump. Disconnect the fuel line by squeezing the quick disconnect and pulling down.
Let the rear of the tank down and lift the front a bit. Now you can pull off the two vent lines at the front right side. One of the vent lines on mine had a clamp on it.
At this point you can lift off the tank and set it aside.
Unclip the fuel disconnect to the two injectors sitting above the throttle bodies.
Then lift up the fuel line assembly. The middle part where the lines join together has an O ring. It lifts straight up.
Now you can unclip the air filter frame at both sides and slide it all out.
Reverse the process to install.
I use zip ties on the vent lines when I put them back on.
Take your time and get familiar with it. Itís pretty easy.
Make sure when you plug in the fuel pump that you line it up straight so as not to bend a prong.
Thanks for the instructions. I really appreciate it. I will do it sometime this week.
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Old Feb 18th 2019, 01:24 PM   #10
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While were on the topic

For the 1299,
Whats the best filter to buy for it performance wise?
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