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    Question on R&D fuel Extender install

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    I am following the brief R&D instructions, have removed the side panels and loosened up the gauge pod. It still seems like I have to remove part of the steering assembly, but there is no mention of this in the instructions.

    Am I missing something?


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    undo the steering column pod and turn it sideways, gives you enough room then.

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    Yea turn it sideways and I also unhooked the reverse/forward cable from the handle so it would turn easier.

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    Thanks for the replies.....
    Is it possible to separate the gauges from the gauge pod? seems like such a tiny hole to work in. I see there are allen bolts on the gauges , do they separate from the rest of that piece or am I stuck working in that lil ice fishing size hole?

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    You shouldnt have to. When the whole big black cover that goes around the steering column is turned to a 90 degree in relation to the boat, all you have to do is access thru the hole that is covered by the black cover.

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    Talking

    I see now..................it was getting dark last night and now that I can see better in the daylight I see the little black plastic cover..........'I can see clearly now the rain has gone'
    Thanks for your help

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    Does anyone have pictures of this install, step by step? The above link is about a homemade intake not the deep fuel pickup...

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    The link was a reference to where the pump is and how to get to it, you can easily see the top of it. Once you get there its a simple matter of removing the pump and switching over the r&d piece. I recommend anyone wanting to work on their ski getting a kawi service manual.

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    +10,000.....sooner or latter you will need the ultra grail if you are going to tinker yourself.

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