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Old 12-08-2009, 02:01 PM   #21
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If you can see the screws on the bottom you should be able to get them off with the right combination of tools. Removing fairings will definately make it easier tho.
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Old 12-08-2009, 02:03 PM   #22
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oh its the botoom ones ? i thought it was the upper ones
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don't quote me, haven't looked real close at your model in a while. You have to pull the entire ignition assembly off; don't try to take it apart on the bike.
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Old 12-08-2009, 02:19 PM   #24
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Question

heres somepics the red circles indicate the screws that look like it holds it on but im not sure...
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Old 12-08-2009, 02:39 PM   #25
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Should be two in the first pic; second pic splits the lock itself.
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well kept tryin the first method and it is alot smoother would still like to take it off to clean it better tho
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I have had keys in the past that simply got worn down to the point where I had to get another key made in order for it to properly fit into the tumblers. Happens fairly often and people mistake it for a bad ignition. A few dollar fix and you have yourself a extra key if it ends up not being the problem.
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I have had keys in the past that simply got worn down to the point where I had to get another key made in order for it to properly fit into the tumblers. Happens fairly often and people mistake it for a bad ignition. A few dollar fix and you have yourself a extra key if it ends up not being the problem.
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Cool WD_40 Rules!

What's up,Tyco? I agree with the WD_40 Method....It has happened to my bike and I Just Soak that with WD_40!

but don't soak yours...ha,ha,ha,ha
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really??? mine is on by 2 10mm bolts....
Then yours has been taken off at some point before. The ignition is riveted on on our bikes.
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Then yours has been taken off at some point before. The ignition is riveted on on our bikes.
Meh oh well my bike is in about 20 pieces right now in my house lol. being that the weather has been so crappy i been fixing up some stuff i been meaning to do. I'll go buy some rivets and fix that problem tonight
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Meh oh well my bike is in about 20 pieces right now in my house lol. being that the weather has been so crappy i been fixing up some stuff i been meaning to do. I'll go buy some rivets and fix that problem tonight
you can tear mine down and fix/mod it! Maybe a fairing or two and some paint as well.
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Your still having that problem?
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I wish I had seen this thread prior.

The easiest way to pull that ignition on an '06/'07 GSXR 600/750 is to remove the upper triple tree, flip it over, reattach one side of the triple tree (upside down, to hold it stationary), then use the secure torx (I believe a T-20) to remove the two bolts that secure the lock cylinder to the upper triple tree. The electrical connector from the lock cylinder on the GSXR-600 routes along the R side of the neck, then up under the frame above the cylinder head where it connects into the main wiring harness. It is actually quite the pain to remove.

I would think that you should be able to thoroughly lube and clean out by just having the lock cylinder able to flip upside down to allow all of the "" to dislodge and be able to "drain" out of the cylinder. Use WD-40 as the means to get all of the "" to flow along with some compressed air. One thing that is tough on lock cylinders is Brake Parts Cleaner, so refrain from use, as it tends to "dry" everything out. Just thoroughly lube with WD-40 and allow to "drain".

Let us know the progress.
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Also, just a lil FYI for anyone looking for some preventative maintenance on ANY lock cylinder...Try to find you some graphite powder and squirt some into the lock, it will actually "Lube" the cylinder and pins much better than WD-40 will, as WD-40 sometimes tends to attract dust due to it still be a liquid, with graphite dust being a dry powder...Trust me, I have had a lot of luck with graphite powder vs. WD-40(oil)..
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