Join Date: Feb 2019
Location: TX Hill Country
Not that I'm aware of. It is a very simple job. AIS is located on right side of bike, right under the horn. Held in place with 2 fasteners (pretty sure 10mm). Hoses are fairly visible in their routing as well and easy to trace. Hardest part of the job for me was getting the hose to frame connection undone. The only one that needs to be capped is on the carburetor itself, when that hose is removed. That port sticks straight up and is easy to cap. Pretty much a 5 minute job from soup to nuts. Sans the trip to my auto parts store to buy vacuum caps. Sorry I can't provide pics, I'm not near the bike for a week.
Sounds like a lawnmower, Rides like a paint shaker!
I got 99 problems but fuel injection, 6th gear or a 2nd cylinder ain't 1!
My wife: "I didn't know if that was you coming home, or a neighbor mowing"