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post #1 of 43 Old 01-06-2006, 04:11 PM Thread Starter
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How to remove air cleaner lower plate ?

I am wondering how to remove air cleaner lower plate which seems to be fixed guite heavily to throttle body assy...???

I did not found any information from the work shop manual ?!

Is it glued ?
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Looks like theres clamps underneath it.


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Look under the bottom, from the rear~between 1&2 and 3&4 2 screws ,,,use a mirror to spot'em~~~have fun
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Screws ? Where

Screws...where ?

I must say that this kawa work shop manual is inaccurate for unexperienced mechanics...Yamaha 2004 shop manual was much more better...
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Under the plate- you can see the spots in the pic where circles are just barely shoing through the top,

That manual aint made for us- it's for certified techs:)

I think he meant under here

Sarah Palin and friends can call it a snow machine all they want but Yamaha, Polaris and Bombardier plus the related magazines all seem to call them Snowmobiles.

Snow machines create snow on ski slopes. Just sayin'

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Sarah Palin and friends can call it a snow machine all they want but Yamaha, Polaris and Bombardier plus the related magazines all seem to call them Snowmobiles.

Snow machines create snow on ski slopes. Just sayin'

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OK...It may be interesting to open those screws...lets see...no this is not the case !!!the screws are not there!!!

Yes - I know the manual Is made for professionals...it is sad that Haynes or Clymer has not yet released their shop manual...there are shown a lot of tricks and it is better for home mechanic...

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look under there/ then look on the out sides of your frame for hole to run a very long allen wrench through
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From the shop manual I got an impression that the whole assembly will be loose if removing those screws ?????
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Amazing...does it really means that when loosen the throttle cables from the throttle assembly...it must be removed !!!If you change throttle cables - you must strip down half of the bike????

All the guys who have done 1/5th throttle conversion ??? Please confirm...
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