Originally Posted by gpz11
We worked on it last night for a bit. The exhaust is on, the radiators are installed and the electrical is pretty much all connected. I'm currently waiting for my local dealer to get some new spark plugs in. They only had one in stock.
I checked at another dealer but I'm not paying $18 a plug! Once again, it just goes to prove how much I love my local dealership! (plug, DGY Motorsports, Downers Grove, Illinois, Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Motorcycle, ATV, utility vehicle, Dealer, Used, Accessories, Apparel. Snowmobile, Scooter, Watercraft, Kawasaki, Sea-Doo, Ski-Doo
I picked up some hose to connect the Krankvent to crankcase breather. I'll work on that a little tomorrow and post up some pics. We're going to run the breather hose to the back of the bike into a separate catch bottle instead of into the airbox.
Once that is done, I'll fill her up with coolant and oil and spin it over until the oil light goes out. I'll have the coils disconnected while I do this so I don't damage anything.
I still need to install the cleaned injectors in the throttle bodies and install the air box and TB's.
Once all that is done, she should be ready to fire up.
Does re-routing the crank case breather really make that much of a difference? Or is it just better breathing for a heavily massaged engine??
I hate it when the dealer has only 1 plug in stock
... LOL Could drive you crazy!!! Happened to me too...
Also, did you by chance change the air horns on you're throttle bodies? If so what lengths and what did it do for you??