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Do you guys trust Posi taps?

Did you guys remove the large hose to work on the TPS splice?

Crank Position Sensor - What is the best way to remove the connector from the frame? Very hard to gain access.

EVERYTHING on this bike seems really awkward to get to! Not doing my old back any favors:(
 

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Do you guys trust Posi taps?

Did you guys remove the large hose to work on the TPS splice?

Crank Position Sensor - What is the best way to remove the connector from the frame? Very hard to gain access.

EVERYTHING on this bike seems really awkward to get to! Not doing my old back any favors:(
Kawah2,

Check my YouTube channel (Turbo329). I made a vid of my PCV install.
 

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Do you guys trust Posi taps?

Did you guys remove the large hose to work on the TPS splice?

Crank Position Sensor - What is the best way to remove the connector from the frame? Very hard to gain access.

EVERYTHING on this bike seems really awkward to get to! Not doing my old back any favors:(
I know right, guess w/ the SC they still had to figure out a way of making everything fit within the same size liter bike package. I love it though, find myself looking at the way things are engineered & finished on the H2 & just being in awe. Looking at all the little unique things they did & it's for a single model. I learn something new every time I do something on the bike. Over 3 decades I've owned a lot of bikes but don't remember one as interesting as this one, it's just bike porn!

Also hear ya on the "old back" after removing the fairings, radiator, exhaust & putting everything back together I'd lay down w/ a big grunt, that's when you realize how much your back was hurting.
 

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I love riding the bike, but i hate working on it.

Tough love.

I would still like an answer to my questions.

Turbo329 good video but you miss some key points, like the crank position sensor. How do you remove the connector from the metal bracket?
 
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