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post #1 of 14 Old 07-21-2005, 11:52 PM Thread Starter
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Oh my is this thing tight to work on.

Installed a pc3 tonight along with a speedo healer and a digi gear indicator.
That air box is a mother to work with... I mean how do you come up with a design like that?? Anyhow other then the fact that you have to have dwarf hands to work on anything under the tank it went ok.
I have a Bmc race filter as well as a sato slip-on. Started the bike but didn't ride it but it seemed real rich? Idle was lower as well.??
I have the kyle racing map for the sato that everyone seems to like.

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on all your mods
IMO tight is better lol
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Please post your impressions on the PC with the Sato. I want to know if the PC is worth the cash from Kyle. Already have the Sato. Thanks.

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Actually, I have removed the Air Box many of times, and it's a snap now. Remove first those rubber Ram Air Ducts left and right ones from the air box and push them in if you can toward the frame, but not necessary. Then push in on the right rubber duct while rotating counter clockwise and it will come out with ease. Takes practice but now for me is not even an after thought.Reverse order of course.
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Actually, I have removed the Air Box many of times, and it's a snap now. Remove first those rubber Ram Air Ducts left and right ones from the air box and push them in if you can toward the frame, but not necessary. Then push in on the right rubber duct while rotating counter clockwise and it will come out with ease. Takes practice but now for me is not even an after thought.Reverse order of course.
mine was easy as well.
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mine was easy as well.

Yeah, but I forgot to say counter clockwise while lifting up. It's kind of a one motion thing.
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lol so i guess you havent changed a spart plug yet huh ? lol
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lol so i guess you havent changed a spart plug yet huh ? lol

yep, done that too, and many tips on that one. Let me know when your ready.
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the tighter the better man
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the tighter the better man

you know it I think
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