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20 A few of the last things holding up the tank removal.
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21 Clip removal for the fuel line and the connections for the fuel pump. Take your time when removing these...and no tools..only hand power.
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22 Once again...these are only plastic inserts. Use your finger nails and turn 1/4 turn and pull up.
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23 Tank off the bike now....ready for cleaning up.
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24 The next and hardest part....removal of the heat shield.
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25 These are 10mm bolts if you want to remove the battery for further cleaning of the rubber shielding.
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26 Under this plastic is a vent tube that must also be removed. Lastly in the front there are openings for cables, tubes etc. Take your time...no need to rush this little part.
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27 Notice the openings in the front. You must guide the wires etc out of there prior to pulling it away and around the stem. Lastly there is also a cable that runs through this you can just slide over.
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28 At this time....take a few minutes of break. I would whip out some cleaning at this point while your engine is still "closed up". Pay attention to the cover areas.
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29 This is your INTAKE side of the valves....which is always closest to the carb or FI in this case. Directly below this is your valves and you need an 8mm to remove the cover.
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