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January 11, 2006, 11:59 AM

hey guys/gurls, well got my bike all apart and just got some new oil in her, new filter too, now my question is may i or am i able to start it up with out the gague cluster on or as a matter of fact nothing that is in the nose fairing liek lights the gague cluster signals and anything else that may be up in the nose fairing that is all detached, can i still start my bike. also if i can start it is it reccomended not too untill i have all the stuff up front connected?
PS i ride a 2005 honda cbr 600rr thanks
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January 11, 2006, 12:09 PM

well nm the tip over sensor wont let me so i have to put it all back together
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January 11, 2006, 12:09 PM

Shouldn't be a problem.


Right up the 1 hole.
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January 11, 2006, 12:10 PM

....unless the tipover sensor is up there...


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January 11, 2006, 12:17 PM

The only possible problem I could see is that you wouldn't be able to check the oil pressure. Might cause a problem if you have an air pocket in your filter from the oil change.
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January 13, 2006, 10:39 AM

ok well i had put the new generator cover on and it leaks, very very small amount,
my question is.... how important is it to get all of the old gasket stuff off b4 you can put the new permedex ultra black rtv silicon gasket maker on

i tried but couldnt fit a razor in alot of the places, there wasnt much but i couldnt get at alot of it, and the places i could get at with the razor it didnt come off very well at all. hardly any came off come to think of it.

nex time im going to lay a thicker bead down cuz last time i used a very thin one.

any other suggestions when doing this?
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