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Re-installing Air box any tips

I cant get the air box back in for the life of me.

First I put the rubber part in which is a pain in the ass alone. It never seems to fit right. The bottom part of the air box is a good inch high and inch away from the throttle bodys.

Ill get some pics tomorrow to show what I am talking about.


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It's stuck on the front side where the bottom airbox meet the rubber part (ram air side)

Try to slot that one in from the bottom part of the ram air rubber side to make sure it's fully in and then push it down to the throttle body.

You're not and won't be the last person that is having issue with that.
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First tip.

Don't give up so easy. Lots of things on these bikes are a pain, but very possible with a bit of determination.

Second tip.

If you squish the rubber out of shape no big deal, you can align it again by reaching through the holes in the airbox. It will fall into place
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thanks guys got it on.

It worked best as you suggested rinonz getting the bottom part in and pushing down..

Cant wait to fire up the new engine

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Glad I can help..

Once you've done it once, the next time will be so much easier :)
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