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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 04-25-2012, 07:16 PM Thread Starter
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2011 f4 bodis install and exhaust valve cables

Tomorrow I'm going to install a bodis slipon on my 2011 f4, could anyone tell me if the tank has to be lifted to remove cables from the servo that controls the exhaust valve?
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Fuck it does. Thats annoying. I'm getting a shop to do it then
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No, tank doesn't need to be removed.

I did it without removing anything. Apart form the left faring.

But then I'm good with fidgety things.

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No, tank doesn't need to be removed.

I did it without removing anything. Apart form the left faring.

But then I'm good with fidgety things.
Three things:
#1: I couldn't even see in there with the tank on.
#2: Cant get a more than one finger in there with the Tank on.
#3: The Fuel Tank is easy to remove.

Very much like a "backseat" date, from the High School Days:
If you could get "peanut butter legs" to help remove her Ditto's,
it was mo-Betta-Butter.
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Thats fine Mr Master. You do what works best for you.

I'm just answering the topic starter from my own experiencing. In my case I did not remove the tank. So you can do it.

You don't need to get any fingers in there. And you can see at the correct angle. Push the cable so it creates slack, so the cable lines up with the exit slot. I then used a screw driver to push it out of the slot. Thats it.

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Goodjob then Deano!
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Well I did manage to get the Bodis installed today without removing the tank, as mentioned above you can remove the cables from the servo providing you remove them from the valve first, allowing some slack making it possible. What I did run into though was the cable ends would not squeeze between the back of motor and the front of the swingarm, I just nipped them off close to the cable end hoping that if they ever need to be reinstalled they could be drilled out and crimped back on.
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