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post #11 of 32 Old 08-14-18, 22:54
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post #12 of 32 Old 08-20-18, 15:35
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I canceled my OEM order, and went ahead and bought a AS3 Performance silicone set. $25 vs $100 but they already shipped them to me so I am happy about that.
Don't forget to replace the clamps while you're in there!
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ah, I decided not to because the oem ones work just fine

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I am trying to drain all the old coolant right now, hard to say if there is any left lol. The AS3 hoses are nice quality and look great, very close in color to my red daytona. I think I'll replace header gaskets while I do this too.. hmm

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little update

waiting on bikebandit to ship Header gaskets / oil drain plug washers.

ordered AS3 hose clamps because OEM ones do not want cooperate with me

out of frustration I removed a water T pipe that connects the hoses together so I need to either order a new gasket for that or make my own. Anyone know if this gasket maker will do the job?

this taking too long -__-

anyways added some pics..
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Eh, id try to find a gasket// talk to TJ @RidersDiscount
I would hate to use gasket maker and have that T get too hot and melt some into the engine somewhere... gasket maker and sealers can be the end of it all..

hoses look good though.

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So are there any guides to installing new hoses? I feel like I tried for a couple hours and got nowhere on this hose that goes behind the frame. I'm just about to remove the whole air box and tank out of the way and I still feel like I won't have enough room. Two little cuts on the new hoses from pliers. :/
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I needed to remove the throttle bodies when I installed mine. Way too difficult to attach that top hose otherwise.

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is there a guide for the removal process? I found the "how to balance throttle bodies" thread which is my only reference so far.

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