Engine covers

Discussion in 'Tech' started by HOLLYWOODPETE, Apr 22, 2009.

  1. HOLLYWOODPETE

    HOLLYWOODPETE Well-Known Member

    :confused:Getting ready to install woodcraft engine covers on my 2006 gsxr1000 and wondering if there's anything special i need to know. Look's like a pretty straight foward job. Thank's
     
  2. metricdevilmoto

    metricdevilmoto Just forking around

    Watch for the exploding snakes when you take the left side case cover off.

    It's an easy job. I've seen/heard the magnets on the stator side giving first-timers a hard time, but if you take your time with it, it'll be simple.
     
  3. bigjoker247

    bigjoker247 Well-Known Member

    remember to soak your gaskets.
     
  4. HondaGalToo

    HondaGalToo Well-Known Member

    on the '06-'07 gix 600s, there's a screw hiding behind the idle gear cover. Had to take that out first, don't know if the 1000 is the same, but something to check. After I figured out there was another screw I'd missed, it came off easily! :rolleyes:
     
  5. gixxersmitty

    gixxersmitty Well-Known Member

    Also, be sure to red loctite the screws for the slider plates. I installed one on my 01 Gsx-R and had to take it all back apart just to loctite the screws.
     
  6. HOLLYWOODPETE

    HOLLYWOODPETE Well-Known Member

    tHANX GUYS IT WENT SMOOTH:beer:
     
  7. Fairchild

    Fairchild Well-Known Member

    +1

    Being the anal type, I clean the male and female threads with brake cleaner to remove any machine oil residue, then the red loctite.

    No likey metal getting loose inside the motor (or oil leaks).
     
  8. doodooman

    doodooman Member

    does the oil have to be drained before removing the cover?
     

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