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Offline connieklr

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Re: Air Injection System Removal
« Reply #75 on: November 30, 2017, 07:25:42 pm »
Since I'm trying to get this bike prepped for a longer trip I really don't want to make on the KLR, I elected to NOT turn the cover down to lower the reed chambers height and started putting it back together. Of course, you wonder if you got the gasket properly in place so it doesn't leak. Having been a very long time since I've been through this maneuver, I was trying to pay really close attention....... which, of course, means it'll probably leak.   :( We'll find that out tomorrow once I get it running.





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Re: Air Injection System Removal
« Reply #76 on: November 30, 2017, 07:28:30 pm »
Why didn't WE/ I  think of that... Milling down the covers. Brilliant.

Or you could get a Canadian valve cover.

Looked around for one, but they seem to be pretty rare. Parts outlets say the OEM version is no longer available.
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