Fitting pcv

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  1. Great Guy

    Great Guy Well-Known Member

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    Does anybody know a company that will fit a pcv and O2 eliminator, near York, Hull, Donacaster or even Leeds at a push. Thanks
     
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    Gavins good.
    Happy when I used him
     
  4. Mr OCD

    Mr OCD Well-Known Member

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    Fitting it is a 30 minute job! Have a go yourself chap!
     
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    Mr OCD Well-Known Member

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    Fitting it is a 30 minute job! Have a go yourself chap!
     
  6. BladeJogger

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    Place called Dynobike,Malton,near York has done two for me,can do a custom map for you too,can't remember his name but very pleased with both his efforts
     
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  7. andreww

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    Can fit yourself but needs setting up properly. Will second race hq. Knows his stuff and genuine guy
     
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    Can fit yourself but needs setting up properly. Will second race hq. Knows his stuff and genuine guy
     
  9. Punisher5964

    Punisher5964 Active Member

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    Its easier than it sounds to fit yourself, I did mine and I'm a novice with stuff like that. Just make sure if you remove your tank completely that the fuel line goes back on and snaps into place on the green clip when you piece everything back together. If you don't the bike gets "wet" when you fire it up.

    Not that i did that or anything :(
     
  10. Wayne_R

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    It really is a straight forward job. If you're concerned that petrol will leak everywhere when you unplug the fuel lines, then fear not. Once the tank is off, then it makes life loads easier.
    I found that the green fuel block was a bastard to disconnect, but is a must if you decide to take the tank off.
    Plus, you'll need the clearance to fit both No 1 and No 4 bypass plugs.

    Don't let it put you off Chap.
     
  11. graemewalker

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    Paul at. MAlton dyno bike all the time top man
     
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  12. Robbo52

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    I fitted mine myself, couldnt belive how easy it was. I'm no expert but it was straight forward. Tank off gives you loads of room to route the harness properly, plus you'll save a few quid towards a custom map. I'm sure theres a youtube clip on how to remove the tank too.

    Rob
     
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