pilot Jet change on 07. No shock removal


2 replies to this topic
  • fitzy

Posted March 31, 2007 - 03:58 AM

#1

Just changed my pilot jet and main without removing the shock and stuff.
Tank and seat off
Remove hot start from carb
Loosen carb and rotate
Take of the drain screw/bolt
Remove sprocket cover
With the sprocket cover off you can get a screw driver up there no worries
There is a couple of hoses to push out the way and in ya go!!!!
I didn't try but recon I could get the bowel of and on if I had to as well
Be a 20min or so job now I know how to do it.
Beats the crap outa swinging up the subframe and removing the shock.
Hardest part is reinstalling the hot start:thumbsup:

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  • SJMC_DON

Posted March 31, 2007 - 07:01 AM

#2

I figured this would be the case.... it's still a bitch:foul: but worth it when you get it right:thumbsup:

  • SXP

Posted March 31, 2007 - 11:06 AM

#3

Just changed my pilot jet and main without removing the shock and stuff.
Tank and seat off
Remove hot start from carb
Loosen carb and rotate
Take of the drain screw/bolt
Remove sprocket cover
With the sprocket cover off you can get a screw driver up there no worries
There is a couple of hoses to push out the way and in ya go!!!!
I didn't try but recon I could get the bowel of and on if I had to as well
Be a 20min or so job now I know how to do it.
Beats the crap outa swinging up the subframe and removing the shock.
Hardest part is reinstalling the hot start:thumbsup:


Good info - thanks. Re-installing the hot start is made easier by removing the upper engine brackets - a little more work but still easier than removing the shock.




 
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