KLEEN delete mod, please enlighten me. Is this something to stop the recirculation of the unburned fuel? Or am I way off. Is this simple mod possible with the 07' Z?Today I did the KLEEN delete mod. I just blocked the hose at the airbox. This mod is easy to do and makes a nice difference in sound. :alcy:
Hey how did you do the chain tighten thing? I'm skeered to do it 'cuz I don't wanna throw off my alignment! :confuse:Took the gold off the factory exhaust, installed swing-arm spools, did a couple of wheelies, one almost put me in the back of a minivan full of kids...:Wow1:
tightened my recently found loose muffler clamp, snugged up my header bolts... tightened my chain a wee bit, sprayed some lube on the chain, And I washed 'er up all purty!!!:dance:
I wouldn't go by the marks on the swingarm . . . its better to measure the gap distance on the swingarm. I measured off the marks and screwed up my alignment. Took it to a local mechanic and he is the one who told me about it. Invest in a alignment tool!if you look closely on the swingarm, where the axle shaft goes thru and there is a big blocky thing that the small 8mm adjuster bolt hits...There are marks on the swingarm and on that block. Just make sure you have the same alignment(the marks align at the same point on either side), on both sides. Loosen the main axle nut on the right side(have to remove cotter pin, of course), only about half a turn was all I needed, then loosen the jamb nuts on each side of the swingarm.(the small bolts that push the axle back) the turn the bolts out and it will push the axle back. It doesn't much to tighten the chain. My chain was very loose(about 2 inches of sagging) and it only took half a mark to bring it to one inch of play( with rider weight, fully loaded). I will take pics of the swingarm and axle up close tomorrow during the day to explain the marks I am referring to. Its really easy, just look at it and think about it...:righton:
Good to know. luckily, mine ended up spot on. But I am certainly gonna look into this alignment tool you refer to.I wouldn't go by the marks on the swingarm . . . its better to measure the gap distance on the swingarm. I measured off the marks and screwed up my alignment. Took it to a local mechanic and he is the one who told me about it. Invest in a alignment tool!