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post #1 of 6 Old 07-05-2019, 05:13 PM Thread Starter
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CF air intake tube replacement

Hey everyone, have a few CF parts coming, one of them is the air intake tube. How do I remove the rivets holding the rectifier mount and the other sensor from the tube? I’m assuming they are one time use, right? Thanks
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Are they not the standard push rivet types?

Try pushing the centre pin back outwards, or pull through!
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They look like pop rivets. They use them on this bike, my front fender had them. You need to carefully drill them out. The originals are painted black, you can use standard rivets and paint them.
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Yea i ended up drilling them out yesterday. Gonna pick up some push pin rivets

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Snakes are you replacing with one that doesn't have the small holes in it? If so where are getting it from?
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Snakes are you replacing with one that doesn't have the small holes in it? If so where are getting it from?
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Hey everyone, have a few CF parts coming, one of them is the air intake tube. How do I remove the rivets holding the rectifier mount and the other sensor from the tube? I’m assuming they are one time use, right? Thanks

Replaced the rivets with the plastic push pin rivets you find elsewhere on the bike. Works great.
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