CARBURETOR REMOVAL

Remove the following:

— Seat (page 3-3)

— Muffler (’05 — ’07: page 3-9, After ’07: page 3-11)

— Fuel tank (page 3-8)

Support the motorcycle using a workstand or equiv­alent under the engine.

Loosen the air cleaner connecting boot band screw.

CARBURETOR REMOVAL

BAND SCREW

SUB-FRAME

UPPER MOUNTING BOLT

CARBURETOR REMOVAL

Remove the sub-frame lower mounting bolts and loosen the upper mounting bolts.

Do not lift Lift the sub-frame as shown.

Dsst 90^

о V, Tighten the sub-frame upper mounting bolts to the

Be careful not, о SpHecified torque. damage the wires

and cables TORQUE:

’05-’07: 30 N m (3.1 kgf-m, 22 Ibf ft)

CARBURETOR REMOVAL

SHOCK ABSORBER

NUT/BOLT

After ’07: 49 N-m (5.0 kgf-m, 36 lbf-ft)

Remove the shock absorber upper mounting nut and bolt.

CARBURETOR REMOVAL

3PCONNECTOR

Pull back the shock absorber.

Disconnect the throttle position sensor 3P (Black) connector.

CARBURETOR REMOVALTurn the handlebar to the right fully.

Loosen the carburetor insulator band screw and remove the carburetor from the insulator.

BAND SCREW

VALVE SPRING

Loosen the hot start valve lock nut and remove the hot start valve from the carburetor.

Disconnect the hot start cable end from the hot start valve and remove the valve spring.

Check the hot start valve for nicks, grooves or other damage.

Check the hot start valve seat for wear.

HOT START VALVE

BOLT

Remove the bolt and throttle drum cover.

THROTTLE DRUM COVER

THROTTLE CABLES

THROTTLE BOLT

ADJUSTER

Loosen the lock nut, throttle bolt, adjuster and dis­connect the throttle cables from the throttle drum.

Remove the carburetor to the rear.

LOCK NUT

THROTTLE DRUM

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