ZX6r.com Supporting Member
Join Date: Jul 2015
Location: Indianapolis, In
sbk1198 has a valid point..
BUT I understand were your coming from..
Just did my own valves, had to change shims.
In hindsight, pull the engine. (sorry another topic)
SO,, first. A camera is going to be your friend and life saver.
Before disconnecting anything. It gets a picture. ANYTHING that looks the same like the black hoses gets a label and a picture.
Screws get's sandwich bags. Labeled and if possible put back in place on bike.
Drain ALL the fuel. Get fresh, before putting in SeaFoam no more than 50% above the directions. A full can in your bike isn't going to clean 4 times faster.
Fill tank. See what happens.
Might also get a cheap infrared thermometer, you might need it later.
If not, your french fries will thank you.