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    Gpr gauge pod install?

    Hey guys, ok so I recieved the new/used gauge pod from treemoney(thank you for the quick transaction). I hooked all the wiring up and it seems to be working fine. My question is, how do I pop out the old one, and put int he new one? I saw/felt no way to do this, but I am sure their is b/c people have. Any direction to help me out would be fantastic guys?


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    Pull off one side of the cowlings! Becarefull on getting the top side off the black piece that the cowling is attatched to. Those plastic clips have a tendency of breaking! 10 mm nuts on the back of the gauge. Have fun! Lee

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    The clips iam pointing at is what iam talking about! Lee
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    Never actually taken off the cowling, any insight on that would be great also

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    two allen bolts under the front lid usually black and two allen bolts on the bottom of the cowling sort of by your feet. Lee

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    Doesnt the electronic cluster just drop out from the inside the front compartment with the 2 10mm nuts and the metal cage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scittb View Post
    Doesnt the electronic cluster just drop out from the inside the front compartment with the 2 10mm nuts and the metal cage?
    wish it was that easy on a GPR! Not

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    Quote Originally Posted by espritonsevas View Post
    Never actually taken off the cowling, any insight on that would be great also
    Quote Originally Posted by L Carlson View Post
    two allen bolts under the front lid usually black and two allen bolts on the bottom of the cowling sort of by your feet. Lee
    +1 and then you just pull them off. Your gonna have to put a little muscle into it...........it almosts sounds like there gonna break but they pop off.

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    I have had 2 gauges go out and do not like to pull off the fairings so Jim and Leo said to drill (2) 1 1/4" on the back side plastic to acees the bolts then just glue a flat piece back on took me about 30 mins to change it all out and now have easy access..

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    Well going to try and tackle this tomm, not excited. I want to do the drilling thing, but dont have a drill anymore so to the fairings it is.

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