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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-16-2017, 01:30 PM Thread Starter
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Removing the right side cover

I've been looking, checked the online manual (still waiting on physical copy) and can't find the section about removing this right cover. Anyone have any helpful information? Should I drain the oil out completely? A little concerned about this pipe - Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet. Thanks!

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that pipe is actually for coolant, but removing that side cover will also spill a lot of oil if you don't drain it first

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yup, thats a coolant pipe.

drain oil and water from bike.
remove right side exhaust pipe
remove brake pedal and right side foot rest as an assy
remove lower radiator hose
remove right side frame (2 bolts in back, 2 in front)
remove the bolts around cover (you can remove clutch cover if you wish, but not needed, if I recall correctly)
remove the right side cover.

reverse to install.

figure on needing the gasket, and o-rings for the coolant pipe.

be careful when reinstalling side cover, the o-rings for the coolant pipe can be easily cut.

pretty much a cliff notes version of the procedure.
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Perfect, thank you

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I guess I'm just not seeing what you are worried about here. Is it leaking? Did you just wipe it off for the picture?

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Exclamation bolt placement

do you have images of the location for the bolts. i had them saved on my phone but it got damaged while in between jobs. ive looked at the charts however it doesnt show the full diagram. thanks.
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How to open seat cover for plusar 150cc
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How to open seat cover for plusar 150cc
Can't be done. Once the seat cover is on, it can't be removed
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