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2010 GSXR 750 change exhaust headers, put in dyno and auto tuner but i notice when start petrol flying out of exhaust and one of the header pipes are cold checked all connections and are fine It starts ok but only 3 pipes are hot anything i have done wrong puzzled?

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    • 1 Remove the rider's seat, using an Allen socket to unscrew the pair of bolts that secure the rear of the seat to the frame. Lift the rear of the seat upward then pull the seat toward the rear of the motorcycle to disengage it from the frame's catch tabs.
    • 2 Remove the pair of bolts that secure the front of the gas tank to the frame. Lift the fuel tank upward on the pivot at the base of the tank. Support the fuel tank against the frame using the tank's support rod.
    • 3 Remove the air box. Pull the three air hoses from the air box. Loosen the clamps on the air box's rubber boots with a screwdriver, and pull the air box out of the motorcycle.
    • 4 Pull the four coil packs out of the motor's cylinders. Clear any dirt and debris that has accumulated on top of the cylinders with compressed air, directing the air into the spark plug holes that the coil packs were installed in. Remove the spark plugs using a spark plug socket attached to a socket extension.
    • 5 Install new, properly gapped spark plugs into the motor with a spark plug socket. Tighten the socket until it is seated firmly against the motor. Reinstall the coil packs onto the spark plugs.
    • 6 Reinstall the air box, tightening the clamps on the rubber boots to secure the air box to the throttle bodies. Reconnect the trio of air hoses to the air box.
    • 7 Remove the tank support rod and lower the fuel tank onto the frame. Insert and tighten the fuel tank bolts with an Allen socket. Reinstall the seat, firmly tightening the mounting bolts with an Allen socket.

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  • Greg Skelton Jan 17, 2013

    Thanks for your help will try this most appreciated for your time

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nope i have the same system and you have to unscrew the oil line and then you make sure the filter stays open end up and slide it out the right side..easier to take out then put back in ..ive changed my oil twice and both time its a pain in the %&#!?to put back in but it does go on without removing the headers

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