My tank was off to get the computer out and chip in.oicdn said:After looking in the manual...I can't see how you take off airbox covers..in one step, they take off the gas tank sides, then the next steo they show the gas tank getting taken off...with the covers already off...how do I take them off? it never shows it!
It's odd that, all the mags slate the Brutale and the KTM Superduke for mileage from a tankfull, yet as far as I can see thay have missed the monster out, my S4R used to hold 15litres, the new S4RS holds 2 litres less Oh, be carefull taking on a S4R/S4RS, they too can have "mods" you know :naughty: .spalding12 said:well...
the 910R already can eat the S4Rs by a long run.... even before the mods
......... especially when the ducati (with its 3 gallon tank and 25mpg rating) runs out of gas after 75 miles :toothless
but it really is NOT that motormikef4uk said:I can understand Castiglioni saying the F4 1000 motor (in F4 guise) is too much for the naked upright Brutale, I think it may have spoiled the bike?
No, how do you remove the screened covers...ya know, the things that you can get carbon replacements for on the sides of the tank....airfuel said:My tank was off to get the computer out and chip in.
Just grab the rubber snorkel and work it off.
I know it's not the same motor, but MV DID fit the 1000 into a Brutale and Castiglioni rode the bike in the mountains around the back of Varese and saidspalding12 said:but it really is NOT that motor
136 hp vs. 172... not the same
Take the tank off, turn over and remove the screws that hold the screened covers on. Or have someone hold the tank up in the air and attack from below.oicdn said:No, how do you remove the screened covers...ya know, the things that you can get carbon replacements for on the sides of the tank....