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post #1031 of 1039 Old 03-24-2019, 05:49 AM
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I removed it this morning and it was full. No problem and no spill.


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Looking at the pics above did you leave the breather tubes on the tank when you removed it, I can't see them in the picture.

I couldn't remove one of them from my tank, no clip on it, as it refused to budge and so I thought it may have had some glue/sealant applied.
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Changed the air filter and the spark plugs. Getting ready to install the innov power hub to power my rider 400 gps heated grips and my dual usb socked. Will also change the oil and break fluid and I will be ready for the season. Now if this f**ing snow can melt we can get going...
Your work wont be in vain. We had a bucket load of Canadian geese pass overhead on their way home to you this weekend. They'll be there soon so spring is coming
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No no that's ok, you can keep em! I dont need their poop in my driveway when I'm trying to prep my bike!
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Looking at the pics above did you leave the breather tubes on the tank when you removed it, I can't see them in the picture.

I couldn't remove one of them from my tank, no clip on it, as it refused to budge and so I thought it may have had some glue/sealant applied.


I left the breather tubes attached to the tank. It was a pain to route them back in the thight space.


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decat .. finally!!!
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Put a new set of AVON Sprint ST tires on my 2016 F. Opted for the 155 on the rear and will never go back to the 150. Tires are great! I hope they wear as well as the AVON Storm 3D XM's. Dives into the corners much better with the 155.
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Started my Winter (Spring) project by removing EVAP Canister. Also removed PAIR system and added Block off Plates.
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Painted the screen with black wrap paint on the inside.
Cut down, shaped and painted the plate holder.
Installed Watsen Design LED indicators flush mounted to front and rear.
Painted the stock exhaust and heat shield black.
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Painted the screen with black wrap paint on the inside.
Cut down, shaped and painted the plate holder.
Installed Watsen Design LED indicators flush mounted to front and rear.
Painted the stock exhaust and heat shield black.
Looks great!
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