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    2.5 Hours, 4 skinned knuckles and 1 backache got me this..........



    Now I just need to tap the manifold for my BOV and wait until the UPS man delivers the sleeve so I can put it all back together.

    On another note, what is this raised part with markings on the back of my FZS?



    Did someone at the factory drill the hole for the water fitting in the wrong place? Are other FZS's like this?



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    See not so bad right??? Think your back hurts now wait until morning gotta love it haha. Keep up the good work Bill

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    Awesome!!! No pain no gain!!

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    So if you took into account the beers that were consumed in that time, it should have worked out to 40minutes

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    What's going on here? Might help if you explain a little...

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    Quote Originally Posted by n8dgr84 View Post
    What's going on here? Might help if you explain a little...
    Thats the restrictive flame arrestor "ribbon" thats located in the intake manifold before the throttle body. One of the first mods people do on the yamaha motors to allow a bit mote air to get in quicker.

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    location of the pisser is depending on weather is a fzr or fzs

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    I'm feeling your pain. though when I said it took that long to take it apart and reassemble some said it was still waayyy too long....

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    It's not a race. Some of us enjoy tinkering. I took my time to make sure all was right. A few beer breaks and checking in on greenhulk on the phone . Definitely no hurry with this weather!! You have a few months!

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    I agree, when I do this mod I'll be slow and steady. First time working on a 4 stroke and not interested in making mistakes on a 12k vehicle ! I agree with LugNutt also, tinkering is the best part.

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