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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-09-2015, 02:10 PM Thread Starter
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Unhappy throttle body

Hey guys. I have a 2010 cbr600 and I am trying to get the throttle body off. I've got everything disconnected and the clamps loose BUT it will not come loose. Am I missing something and can I do some serious prying upward and not damage something?
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Rock it towards the front of the bike then back again. Don't use tools on it. Just your hands. It'll come off
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On my 06 I had the same problem. Some serious effort needed to get them of.

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Just thought I'd throw this out there since I was looking for the same answer before I started the other night. Hope it helps someone.
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You got to have a big dik in order to take it off wimp
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You got to have a big dik in order to take it off wimp
Oh yea, because disconnecting 2 cables and literally 12 turns of a screwdriver is just like skydivig or something else that has actually been known to make people sh1t pants lol

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