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Originally by L-J-P:

First take the seat off and take the screw out on top and the two on the side [removing the tank]:





Then take the front bolt out:


Then take the petrol cap off, take the tank cover off and put the petrol cover back on the tank:



Then you've got two bolts at the back and one at the front, then get your assistant to hold the tank



Take the air box cover off:





Replace with a nice new one:

That was after 10,000 miles!
Then follow the steps backwards and do it back up

Then enjoy riding it!
 

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First bit is a 10mm socket. The bit under the cover is 13mm
 

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I'm off work tomorrow, so I'm gonna do another how to on this, well removing the tank as this is the main difficulty people seem to have
 

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No under stock form with no dynoing. but it doesn't need replacing. Just cleaning
 

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Does an K&N filter instead of the standard air filter add any power, torque or what so ever?
Nope, but with an aftermarket exhaust you need to get the fuel ratio fixed, then you get the extra power :)
 
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