2010 cbr600rr air filter removal



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    2010 cbr600rr air filter removal

    Since when did Honda make things so difficult. After removing fairings and gas thank and cover you figure the filter will be easy? There is 2 screws at the top and two at the base right beside the throttle bodies. How the have an I gonna get my hand in there and fit what kind of driver and get it out?

    Any ideas anyone done this?


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    Re: 2010 cbr600rr air filter removal

    Here is what I mean. I cannot even get a stubby screw in there without hitting the side of the throttles




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    Re: 2010 cbr600rr air filter removal

    Long screwdriver with a magnetic tip ?

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    Re: 2010 cbr600rr air filter removal

    NEVERMIND I FIGURED THIS OUT. FEEL LIKE A DUMMY


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    Re: 2010 cbr600rr air filter removal

    and the answer is?????

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    Re: 2010 cbr600rr air filter removal

    Quote Originally Posted by Riceburner View Post
    and the answer is?????
    Unscrew it.
    This really isn't that big of a conundrum.
    My gsxr has 2 allen key bolts to remove reat, 1 for gas tank, 9 to remove top half of air box and I don't even consider it difficult.

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    Re: 2010 cbr600rr air filter removal

    Quote Originally Posted by Riceburner View Post
    and the answer is?????
    I did not have to touch those screws at all


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    Re: 2010 cbr600rr air filter removal

    ya just undo the top screws and pull the retainer towards the back of the bike. Filter comes right out.

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    Re: 2010 cbr600rr air filter removal

    Quote Originally Posted by CrashChris View Post
    ya just undo the top screws and pull the retainer towards the back of the bike. Filter comes right out.
    Yeah I did not know there was clips at the bottom so I thought the screws held it


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