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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 03-14-2019, 12:39 AM
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They have two different kits for our bike , one for the oil cooler ( mine ) and a different one for yours , think the only difference is mine has a plastic fitting to slip over one of the oil cooler lines that is resting against the VR , which is my only complaint ..

The kit is installed now , all I need to do is run by the dealer and get another bolt for the compensator .. It's a one time use and I knew it going in , and don't know why I didn't go get one already .. No hurry I think it's never going to quit raining here ..

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You can reuse that bolt. The single use thing is about the thread locker patch. Be sure to clean the old locker off the bolt and out of the crank. Then use red loctite.
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The CEI regulator is huge, it fills the frame leg area up.



With a large oil cooler installed, space down there is tight.



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You can reuse that bolt. The single use thing is about the thread locker patch. Be sure to clean the old locker off the bolt and out of the crank. Then use red loctite.
I agree with this but I did reuse the one on my 12' a couple of times and the third time I had to pull it the threads were not looking good so I did replace it then. Most would not need to pull it that many times though. I had installed a game changer 32 tooth sprocket that I took back out shortly before I sold that bike.

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Yeah I know you can do it and I have before , but I have to go by there anyway and get some other stuff and it's just a few bucks
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