Removing fuel tank to access wiring for quickshifter and AFR mod.


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  • #31389
    Avatarmrlm
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    Does anyone know the correct method of removing the fuel tank?¬†I don’t need to take it all the way off just enough to gain access to the injector and O2 sensor plugs to fit a quickshifter and air fuel ratio mod I have purchased.

    For anyone interested these are the parts which are quite reasonably priced compared to other options.

    https://www.healtech-electronics.com/products/iqse/

    https://www.dimsport.it/en/rapid-bike/rapid-bike-easy/

    I would purchase a manual if it was digital download or printed but a DVD is not going to happen. I don’t have a working optical drive and they could easily have implemented their DRM without resorting¬† a disk most people cannot read anymore.

    #31473
    Avatarmrlm
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    Managed to do it without the guide, just disconnected the breather hoses and fuel pump wire after lifting it slightly. This let me move it back far enough I could balance it on the bike and a workbench gaining access to the wiring underneath. I left the fuel lines connected as I wasn’t sure how they come off or how much fuel would leak out but they look simple to remove.

    #35958
    AMv8(1day)AMv8(1day)
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    Good on you for taking the risk without an YouTube video.

    Did you have access to the fuel injector? Looking to upgrade the injector, spark plug, and potentially the fuel pump. I’d like to completely solve the lean fueling issues, while providing plenty of room to up the air/fuel supply for 55+ HP down the road.

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