1 Work out where you want to fit the RMV. While it can be neatly tucked away under the seat, we've opted to tie-wrap it to the Fazer's frame so we can keep an eye on the oil level.2 The RMV's breather needs careful positioning where it won't get clogged with water and road muck....
1 Starting up front, check the tyre for tread depth, cuts, cracks and other damage. It must be a road legal tyre too - no race-only rubber - and the correct speed rating for the bike2 With a firm grasp check the front wheel bearings for play. Spin the wheel and check the rim for...
is free of dirt and grit before refitting.7 Periodically undo the air bleed screw on the top of the forks to release the build-up of air pressure inside. If you don't the pressure can blow the fork seals.8 Spray water-dispersing penetrating oil
away from the rim. Once the bead starts to break, move around until its all free. Turn over and repeat on the other side.4 Put the rim protectors in place and move in with the tyre levers, kneeling on the tyre to hold it in place on the floor. Quite
mains power where the bike is parked2 Keep the battery terminals and leads (shown here) corrosion-free. Clean them up with a wire brush, then coat with grease, Vaseline or Würth's battery terminal spray3 Bulb bases are usually made of cheap metal
on, others aren't. There are more parts involved and correctly setting-up the free play on the push rod when reassembling is crucial to their operation.Now that's out of the way, the first thing you want to do is soak the new friction plates in clean
the spacers in place for safe keeping. And that's your wheels out.Time to put them back in. Refitting is pretty much a reversal of removal. Make sure you know what's going where before you start, and ensure the spacers are free of any muck they may have picked
seal. Using a small flat blade screwdriver gently lift the dust cover. Clean underneath the seal making sure it is free from any dust and dirt and refit the seal by pressing it gently into place.Unlike the paper air filter elements used by most road
and will be less likely to offer sensible money for your second-hand bike.Check the throttle for free movement. If the bike has gone over on its right side the bar end weight may be forced into the throttle tube. There's also a locating pin on the inside
second one to lift the tyre off the rim a few inches from the first lever, repeating the process while moving the protectors around until one side of the tyre is completely free. With a protector in place prise the lower part of the tyre off the same side
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