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How to: remove The Valve Cover (Pics Added)

I added it to the post for everyone to see, making it easy. You also can download the Powerpoint if you want to.

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This is a 'How to' for removing the valve cover, (pics included, mostly), and goes thru the step by step process of getting to the valve cover. This is my first attempt at a How To so I may be missing something and I forgot to take a couple of pictures but oh well.

I would suggest, right clicking and save target or link as, as the best option. IE6 will open a PowerPoint and display it but Firefox will not. If you don't have PowerPoint on your pc then I added this, Powerpoint viewer ,install for your convience. Just right click and save target and install.

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2004 PBO zx10-r pazzo, seat cowl, yoshi Ti TRS bolt on, PC3, Speedo-Healer, Hyperpro, Braided lines, 16-40, Sato sets, ZG dark screen, and more.

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Its not that its hard, its just a lot to do just to get there. I decided to take at least 2 days to do this so I could take my time. Like I said its not hard, just long.

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