Airbox Installation

1. Remove tape from throttle body intakes.

2. See Figure 1-6. Inspect and replace bottom airbox gasket if damaged. Check gasket position on air filter bottom. Gasket is located by three alignment pins on mating surface.

Figure 1-6. Air Filter Gasket Alignment Pins (3)

3. Place air filter bottom over throttle body and attach rear breather hose with hose clamp.

4. Align air filter bottom with front breather hose and press firmly in position.


Velocity stacks have a mark at the bottom flange between two of the fastener locations. Align the mark with the corresponding mark on the air filter bottom.


Figure 1-7. Velocity Stack Alignment Marks


Figure 1-7. Velocity Stack Alignment Marks

Figure 1-9. Airbox Cover

5. Align index marks and install velocity stacks, longest in front. Tighten fasteners to 6 Nm (53 in-lbs).

6. Slide o-rings down the velocity stack body until they contact the three fasteners.


The o-rings retain the velocity stack fasteners when assembling airbox.

7. Attach the breather hose.

8. Place air filter element in air filter bottom.

9. Align air filter cap and fasten with wing nut. Turn wing nut 2.5 - 3 turns after contact.

10. Position air filter top over bottom section with snorkel between frame tubes at the steering neck.

11. Fasten clips along each side and clip at rear.

12. See Figure 1-8. Front clip under snorkel is attached to top section and must be fastened over the lip on the air filter bottom.

13. See Figure 1-2. Install I AT connector.

14. See Figure 1-9. Position the airbox cover with the locating pins (1) in the holes (2) on the frame tabs.

15. See Figure 1-1. Turn bailhead fastener 1/4 turn clockwise.

1. Locating pins

2. Frame tab holes

Figure 1-9. Airbox Cover

Figure 1-8. Front Airbox Clip

Figure 1-10. Removing Fastener and Cover to Check Coolant Level

Figure 1-11. Cold Full Line On Overflow Bottle


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