you shouldnt need to relocate it. It should be tucked up by your carb already.
you shouldnt need to relocate it. It should be tucked up by your carb already.[/b]
I know where it is, dude. :mhihi:you shouldnt need to relocate it. It should be tucked up by your carb already.[/b]
yea. Its one 10mm bolt, are you really that lazy? lolI know where it is, dude. :mhihi:
I want to move it down behind the heal guard because it gets in the way when trying to spin the carb to make jetting changes. Anyone know what I am talking about?[/b]
seriously dude, you cant take one extra minute to undo ONE bolt?I ride MX tracks and dunes.......rocks aren't a problem.
Surely someone on here has mounted it there???[/b]
I know how to take the bolt out to free the reservoir.......I know it just takes a minute.......I am not making it harder than it is.......I know where I want it mounted, so unless you want to help me by finding a relocation kit, please don't post in this thread again. I don't mean to sound like an w00ter, your just repeatedly stating the obvious.inprovise, look for holes it cn fit thru to get out of the way. Your making it waaayyy harder then its supposed to be lol[/b]
No, I have an 07 and it is originally mounted up by the carb. I thought it would be nicer to have it down by the heal guard and I have seen many people with newer bikes with it mounted there. I only make 2 jetting changes a year, that's not the only reason I want it away from the carb, just thought it looked cleaner.now i feel dumb, i assumed you had an older bike and were trying to move it. how often are you jetting your bike?[/b]
BINGO!!!! I wish you lived closer....I would buy you a beer or 12.Here is what i did with mine,
I Had to drill the hole in the rezzi a little large for the bolt, but I put a about a 1.5 inch long bolt through the old fender mounting tab there, slipped the rezzi onto it and then pinched the rezzi on with a nut and washer on the back side. I have never had an issue with it like this for close to 4 years now.[/b]
I kind of get what your saying, if you had some pics that would be awesome.Is what i did, is i took both fender brackets off. I "v'ed" the bend on the right side bracket, bent it almost 100% straigight, re mounted it on the left side. Now there are two holes on this bracket. i mounted my rezi to the bottom hole and the nice thing is, this keeps it away from the swing arm and the exhaust so it doesn't heat up the fluid either, now no brake fade during a long moto or long rides
Hope this helps[/b]