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post #31 of 35 (permalink) Old 12-07-2012, 03:24 PM
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left side, the hose that is between the frame and top left of the stator cover is the one of the hoses i didnt get with the set, would have been nice if it did come with the set as its one of the hoses you can see
FYI, when you install the silicone hoses, you remove that metal section that goes with the OEM hoses. You should have had a section long enough to replace that. Looks like you may have cut it, or is that the piece that was missing?

This is one of the benefits of the silicone hoses. No rigid section to get damaged in a crash.

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Check out the eBay rotor thread, one person gave them a shot and is completely happy with them, even took them to the track.
i missed this bit, i may give these a try at some stage also

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FYI, when you install the silicone hoses, you remove that metal section that goes with the OEM hoses. You should have had a section long enough to replace that. Looks like you may have cut it, or is that the piece that was missing?

This is one of the benefits of the silicone hoses. No rigid section to get damaged in a crash.
not sure what part you are talking about here, is the bracket that bolts to the left of the stator cover that holds the lower radiator hose?

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not sure what part you are talking about here, is the bracket that bolts to the left of the stator cover that holds the lower radiator hose?
Forgive my ignorance with the name, but I believe he is talking about the hose going to the upper part of the radiator. It appears to have a piece of metal tubing between two small pieces of blue hose.

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Ebay Rad hoses

.... It's one thing to replace your more major parts with serious top end parts but I think if u try the rad hose off eBay and it leaks or splits their gonna be no difference if the oem one does the same... Not taking longevity just purpose either way ur leaking coolant.....and it's getting replaced... ESP. If ur just changing bc of color you probably have the old oem one lying around and ur only going to lose 1 day of riding and some coolant. Best case...


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Forgive my ignorance with the name, but I believe he is talking about the hose going to the upper part of the radiator. It appears to have a piece of metal tubing between two small pieces of blue hose.

How long did you wait for shipping?
i see what part you talking you's are talking about now, the hoses come identical to the factory ones so they are not designed so that tube can be removed, i didn't cut any of the hoses so the way you see then in the pics is the way they came and the way i installed them.

shipping was only about 2 weeks from china to australia, can be up to 4 weeks depending on how busy there postal service is

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