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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    SL 750 engine removal

    This is just to show the non-believers (and newbies) that the engine can come out with the intake manifold and the exhaust manifolds still attached.

    It only took me 1.5 hrs to completely remove the engine by myself. But I did cheat and cut the stator wires. I will be installing the waterproof connectors on the install.
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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Obviously the MAG sparkplug was a casualty. I wasn't paying attention when I lifted her off the mounts.

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    Awesome Kevin! Any special tricks? I thought I tried on mine and decided it couldn't be done.....

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    No special tricks per say.

    One tip though:

    Lift up one side (left or right) of the engine, then put the engine mount nuts back on a few threads. This helps to keep the cradle from slipping back down in place and prevents thread damage as well. Much easier to lift one side up and out, vs. lifting the entire engine straight up and out.

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    I do the same on the stator wires, only way to go!!

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    A little safety wire and duct tape will fix that Mag plug right up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xlint89 View Post
    This is just to show the non-believers (and newbies) that the engine can come out with the intake manifold and the exhaust manifolds still attached.

    It only took me 1.5 hrs to completely remove the engine by myself. But I did cheat and cut the stator wires. I will be installing the waterproof connectors on the install.
    nice Kevin! i bet i have pulled a couple dozen fuji's over the years and never even tried that.i always pulled the exhaust manifold with a 13mm socket, shorty extension and slow turning air ratchet and left the intake manifold on. i will try that next time.

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    Unfortunately you still need to fight with the exh pipe when removing the engine though. But it does speed it up not having to remove the exh manifold.

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    are the fujis just like the domestics when i was removeing the engine in my sltx ,

    i had to unbolt the motor from the mounts and move it around so i could get to the out side exhuast bolts covered by fiber glass off , the 2 inside are fine , 2 out side what the

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    ???????

    Never touched a domestic yet. Sorry.

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