||Start by removing the lower farings
that are located near your ankles. There are 2 panels, one on
||Once the panels are off you will be
able to get to your fuel rail. In this photo I have removed
other panels, but you need only remove the 2 stated above.
||Before you remove the fuel injector,
you must disconnect the fuel lines. Start by removing the T-20
torx bolt out of the clamp that holds the fuel lines in. Fuel
will not come out of the intake line (the one with the spring on
it), but fuel will dump out of the return line.
||Either drain it into a gas can or plug
the line after you disconnect it.
||This is an illustration of the air
line. You can either disconnect the line here at the injector
or at the compressor. If you intend on performing the air line
dryer modification, I suggest you just disconnect the line at the
||To remove the fuel rail, remove the two
8mm hex bolts as shown in the picture. After these are
removed, simply pull the fuel rail off. There is an o-ring
that holds it on so it takes a little tugging to remove it.
||Once you have the
fuel rail off, remove all bolts in it and completely disassemble the
entire fuel rail... TAKE NOTE AS TO WHERE EACH O-RING
BELONGS!!! Clean everything well with clean fuel.
|After everything is
thoroughly cleaned up, re-assemble all the parts EXACTLY the same as
it was. Place a small amount of 2-stroke oil on all the
o-rings to lubricate them for easier assembly. This also helps
to seal properly and helps protect the rubber.
Re-attach the fuel
rail to the motor and re-connect all your lines and you are done.
If you wish to perform the in-line dryer modification, continue
Below I show how to install the dryer and a pressure gauge.
The gauge is not required, but it is nice to have. If you
don't wish to install the gauge, then you won't need the "T" fitting
and you will will simply cut the hose and put the filter in place.
Fittings and hose are 5/16 diameter. Hose clamps will also
be needed. Purchase the smallest dryer you can find...
Mine is about an inch in diameter and is about 4-5 inches tall.
||Here is a quick
sketch of what you are going to do. If you are going to
install a pressure gauge you will need some extra hose to do this
mod. Make sure you buy HIGH PRESSURE INJECTION HOSE!!!
There are several ratings of hoses. Injector hose is usually
the most expensive, but that is for a reason. Don't cheap out
and get the wrong hose. Most auto parts stores carry this
stores carry the filter/dryer, pressure gauge, hose clamps and brass
fittings. Be sure to remove the filter that hangs in the
center of the bowl. If it is left in it alters the pressure of the
air. Also a very small amount of oil on it makes it clog
easily and slow air flow way down. The filter is not needed to
remove the water from the line.
connecting the dryer, make sure you have the air flow going in the
right direction. There is usually an arrow indicating which
direction air flow should go.
||Assemble the hoses
as you want it to look and then connect the apparatus to the
injector and the compressor.