Question about 1992 Aprilia Europe 125
I need a little advice. I pulled the tank today to change the air filter and decided to investigate the valve inspection process. Well it's easy to get to the rear cylinder but next to impossible to bump the #4 position valve into TDC. The Falco writeup only talks about the bump but there's got to be another way. Right? Second question, what's the best way to remove the air box? It sure looks like a lot of plumbing that needs to be disconnected, and I can't see any other way to get at the front valves. Any help is greatly appreciated... BTW, getting the tank off, and back on, was a breeze. ,With the bike on the centre stand select a fairly high gear and turn the back wheel by hand until the cam is where you want it . Plumbing on air box isn't too bad , you wil also need to move the top radiator hose to get to the lower left screw on the front cover . It has been done with a long ball end allen key , without removing the top hose . ,,,
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