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Old 02-01-2015, 11:36 PM   #1
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CBR1000RR Head Bolts

Anyone know if there's a way to re-torque the head bolts on an 08 without tearing the whole fargin thing apart?

I paint - I ain't with engines and those types of tools. I barely know a left-handed screwdriver from and alan puller....
I'm worried I'll get it all together and find an extra piston still laying on the table. I gotta take them out, right? They're the round things with the long part on it......... right?
Once I tried to add thread to my tires. Regular fkucking needles aren't strong enough to get through that rubber if you don't have the right tools-
---- so you can imagine the result of that fun activity.
but I want to give 'r a go here anyway-

At this point, I got the fairings are off. Then I dropped my head and cried.... Holy FKUC there are a lot of toobs and wires!!!!!!
Took a few shots of Yukon Jack just to calm down (I don't know, could have actually been many), woke up the next morning with some chrome
flavored wrenchy thing in my hand, a few drops of blood, face down on the cool cement garage floor. Unfortunately, no one snuck in and fixed everything for me.

So - the serious part - Anyone know if there's a trick or special tool I can use to save me from ripping the bike to ?


...and then end up parting it out....
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