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Old Mar 21st 2016, 06:11 PM   #11
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At least yours doesn't looks half as bad as mine. My bike is pissing oil all over the place. I am intimidated to take it all apart and fix the leaks/leak so I am taking it to the shop next week. Hopefully they don't charge me an arm and a leg! Please post pics if you do it soon to boost my confidence haha! I looked on YouTube and no luck. Good luck!
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Old Mar 21st 2016, 06:19 PM   #12
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Should be easy enough. I've taken the tank off to put in a new air filter and that was super easy. I had the subframe off to replace the heat shield on the exhaust and that was super easy too. Four bolts and some wiring harness unplugs and the entire subframe, fairings and all, comes off. I'll try to snap some pics for you though. Gotta wait for the sealant to arrive so it'll be a week or so.
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Old Mar 21st 2016, 06:27 PM   #13
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Should be easy enough. I've taken the tank off to put in a new air filter and that was super easy. I had the subframe off to replace the heat shield on the exhaust and that was super easy too. Four bolts and some wiring harness unplugs and the entire subframe, fairings and all, comes off. I'll try to snap some pics for you though. Gotta wait for the sealant to arrive so it'll be a week or so.
I too have had my tank off to replace the air filter. I am just nervous working on the engine for some reason...thanks
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Old Mar 21st 2016, 06:51 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by Ducduc09 View Post
I too have had my tank off to replace the air filter. I am just nervous working on the engine for some reason...thanks
Don't be . It's a simple job
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Old Mar 21st 2016, 07:49 PM   #15
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Someone really should do a small walk through on this for those who haven't done it/want to
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Old Mar 21st 2016, 08:31 PM   #16
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Someone really should do a small walk through on this for those who haven't done it/want to
I have been digging through forums and the internet to hopefully stumble across a video or writeup on this. I can do it, i just know when you start working on things you always run into one problem that others have an easy fix to. I might cancel my Appointment and do it myself.
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Old Mar 21st 2016, 08:57 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by Ducduc09 View Post
I have been digging through forums and the internet to hopefully stumble across a video or writeup on this. I can do it, i just know when you start working on things you always run into one problem that others have an easy fix to. I might cancel my Appointment and do it myself.
Once you have the rear sub frame off it really is a 15 minute job . If you get stuck there are plenty of members here to help you through it .
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Old Mar 22nd 2016, 03:08 AM   #18
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I didn't mine over winter, New seal, some threebond. Thrashed fuck out of it at the weekend and it seems to have done the job
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Old Mar 22nd 2016, 03:32 AM   #19
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3bond. Please explain. Is there an issue with it, or...?
DLIT. You should google Pauline Hanson, a former politician in Australia.

She once famously said "Please explain" in an interview with 60 minutes.
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DLIT. You should google Pauline Hanson, a former politician in Australia.

She once famously said "Please explain" in an interview with 60 minutes.
Maybe when I move there I will. I like Australia's stance on immigrants. And they say cunt a lot. I like that, too.
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