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You need the tank off to begin with, but its always an idea to take off at least one of the side panels to ensure it doesnt get scratched when reinstalling the tank,
once the tanks is out of the way, 2 posi drive screws hold the airbox in place, remove them and it lifts off, then you can access the plugs with a 14mm sparkplug socket

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