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post #31 of 57 Old 02-13-2017, 10:36 PM Thread Starter
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I'm going to skip taking bodywork/seat off and start with removing the tank.

Remove the tank bolt



Unplug the fuel pump connector


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Now its time to remove the fuel line spread apart the clip and slide it down



Careful you will lose a lil bit of fuel have a shop towel ready


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After removing the tank you will have the airbox exposed now remove these bolts



Then unplug this connector and the bolt on the frame



Now you can change the air filter. Mine will be staying stock for a while

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To get the bottom portion off you need to loosen these bolts on each side.



Remove these two hoses



Should look like this


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Plug in all the connectors from the kit and tidy them up



I routed the loom along the brake lever side and integrated it into the factory wire ties.



After taking the battery tender leads off I put the control box here


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** Bonus Graves Block off plates **

While I had the tank and airbox off I decided to do the blockoff plates.



I have a California model with all the other emission crap attached to the throttle bodies so I removed it and capped off the extra 2 inlets with these caps from the 49 states model.


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Cool

Now put the bike back together will look like this



Here's the sensor on the shift rod



This quick shifter has hundreds of kill times it can choose from for each gear so no setup is needed. Grab a coke and admire your work then take it for a test ride.
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This just showed up
So another fun filled weekend
Ohlins SD 042

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**Ohlins Damper Install**


I couldn't wait until the weekend to put this on so here are the install pics.
The only unusual tool you'll need is a 12mm allen socket for the triple tree nut.




This is what you'll start with



Remove the insert to expose the allen socket then remove it


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Now put the damper pieces together should look like this I used a little red Loctite



Then add the damper bracket



I changed the bolt that holds the damper one with a TI one


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Add the Damper and check the clearances




Done

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Time to get rid of that awful fender.
R&G to the rescue
Tail tidy with the led rear signals.
This is going on and I got a couple other items on the way.
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** Tail Tidy Install **

Start here then take the panel off to expose the wiring.





Close up of the wiring
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Wires all loomed up



Close up



All done


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Neat and tidy


Finished product




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