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post #1 of 8 Old 08-02-2017, 08:01 PM Thread Starter
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Access to the o2 sensor connector?

Is there a way to install the o2 eliminator without lifting the tank?
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No. The connector is between the frame and airbox.
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Yes I often do it but it's tricky, remove the seat and side panels and the bolt holding the tank down, you can lift the tank just over an inch and place something under it to hold it up , then use your fingers and maybe long nose pliers to unplug the plug and you may need to reach one hand up from under neath under the frame, it's a bit tricky and fiddle but easier than removing the tank on an F model.

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Thanks. I have a naked bike so it's not as bad as the F but that still sounds easier than taking all of the plastic trim off.
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If you have the naked you don't need anything off. Follow the wire from the sensor up the left hand side of the engine and the connection is between the frame and the block. Unplug sensor plug in bypass job done
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I have an f model and managed it without removing or lifting anything, was very fiddly took about half an hour. managed to reach in through the plastics, helps if you get someone to hold a torch.
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I have an f model and managed it without removing or lifting anything, was very fiddly took about half an hour. managed to reach in through the plastics, helps if you get someone to hold a torch.
You sons of bitches must have little pixie hands. I tried it but I couldn't get to it. I ended up lifting the tank. The eliminator is installed but I didn't get a chance to take it out for a ride. It started raining before I could get finished. Maybe tomorrow.
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You sons of bitches must have little pixie hands. I tried it but I couldn't get to it. I ended up lifting the tank. The eliminator is installed but I didn't get a chance to take it out for a ride. It started raining before I could get finished. Maybe tomorrow.
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