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Discussion in 'Trials' started by Sting32, Mar 14, 2018.
If you read this whole thread some riders were blocking the over flow. No more leak.
Ok. I found it. Thanks
Parts were in stock, got them promptly, but there is a price to pay...$300
Note to self; don't eff up the rear end of my TRS.
I looped mine once and bent the guard right back. No damage luckily.
I have the carbon air box too. Not sure if that means tougher or just more expensive to replace.
Carbon means lighter and more expensive to replace.
That's just the box cover (seat), the box itself is fine.
Just think, your bike will still look awesome!
I’m staying tuned to see how that air box goes back together.
Someone (maybe here) mentioned the price of the carbon air box and that made me wonder. The bikes actually weren’t available at the time I was buying.
I was like “who the hell breaks an air box?” so didn’t really factor that in anyway.
Evidently 186,347 of us do.
Came apart easily. 4 bolts and hose clamp screw to remove the box from the bike. 9 small sheet metal type screws to remove the lid from the box. There was a ring of sealant, but it pulled apart easily. I'm just going to use some RTV or what ever silicone sealer I've got laying around.
There was a new carbon airbox on ebay for 750 smackers.
So you were able to just buy the lid for the airbox? When I broke mine the dealer said I had to buy the whole airbox, which was somewhere in the $250 neighborhood. Fender made it out okay in my crash, which was very minor. I didn't loop it, just fell on the side and she broke.
Yes and it would have been less, if I didn't want the graphics. I didn't get a parts price breakdown, so I don't know how much the graphics were. In hindsight I think my fender was probably ok too and it was the lid that was broken. But this was during a race and with the fender flopping around, only being held on by the the center bolt I reached down and tore it off so I could continue, thinking the fender was broken anyway.
Where did you get the parts?
OK, I am gonna ask a simple oil question, open ONLY to TRS owner/rider....
when I started this whole thread mess, I dealt with what I always use, Yamalube 0w20 snomobile engine oil that I used in countless bikes since my 08 raga... including now 3 of my 4 TRS's. However today as I sit here and type, I called my dealer and asked him what oil he used when I purchased the bike from him. He said some generic ATF he bought from O'Reillys Auto parts store.
Reason? Seem to really like how the clutch feels and lack of drag, so thought initially I'd use the same. Well I think I am going to at least go get a quart, as I have finally probably got 8-10 hours on the 2020 raga.
But I wanted to know, what you all using?