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I have subtitled the video.

It's perhaps not perfect , sorry ! 🙂 😛

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i like the cat - j'aime bien le chat. 

thanks for posting. the tank is the only thing i have not yet taken off. will do so soon because i will try and delete the abs pump. i will modify and go back to conventional brakes and a single brake rotor in the front wheel.


best regards from the german outback,


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Can I get access to the coil pack without removing ABS unit? 

Quickshifter might be on its way 🤔

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5 hours ago, CamT said:

Does the tank need to be drained of fuel? Or can the lines be disconnected without need to clamp off the lines?


No need to drain the tank, you can just disconnect the line under the tank...it's a 'quick connect' fitting.

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