Re: Changing Spark plugs KB
Going from the top is way easier. Just remember that there are 3 screws on each velocity stack. The screw in the middle is tricky. Remove the seat and the fairings. Remove the two front tank bolts. (catch the bushings as they will fall out). Loosen, but do not remove, the tank rear through bolt. Prop the front of the tank up. If you have a 954, there is a prop under the seat. Remove the screws securing the top of the air box. Remove the screws and the velocity stacks. There are a few hoses and two electrical connectors to be removed from the air box lower part. Note the orientation of the springs on each side of the flapper mounts for reinstallation. Using a screwdriver, remove the flapper end pieces. Using a wrench, loosen the nut on the bottom of the airbox securing the flapper cable to the airbox. Slide the cable ball end off the white flapper pivot and remove the airbox. Push down on the top clip of each ignition coil on each sparkplug, and remove the ignition coil electrical connector. Pull up on the ignition coil/plug wire on each sparkplug using a slight back and forth motion. Use the sparkplug wrench in the kit and remove each plug. Easy, no?