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    Allen key for Airbox removal

    Just trying to get ahead of the game and get bits and bobs I'm going to need in advance.

    Looking for the 250mm long ball end 3mm allen key for airbox removal, Google searches only bring up the generic 2-10mm kits which aren't long enough.

    Any leads would be greatly appreciated.

    Andy

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    You could just us an Allen key socket with an extension as I do often to remove the cover and then the complete thing .
    I find the intake clamps the most tricky to slacken . A good light helps to find the clip bolts ,


    Hope this helps .
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    The cover only needs a 100 mm screwdriver - https://www.totaltools.com.au/hand-t...crewdriver-3-3
    That'll be long enough for the throttle body clamps as well.
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    When you have the airbox off, change the bolts for longer versions which makes removal in future a bit of a breeze.

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    Top tip that Lawrence.
    Why on earth didn't I think of that . Doh!

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    How long are they Laurence?
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    I just have a set of Facom ball end keys and they are long enough.

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    Not sure what I'm doing differently, but my Bondus 3mm key is 100mm long and I have no trouble reaching the standard screws. The thing that makes it possible is the LED headlight I wear. Makes me look even more of a wally, but really lets me see what I'm doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Engenia View Post
    How long are they Laurence?
    Buggered if i can remember but you also need to screw a nut onto the bolt first to give the band something to shoulder onto.
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    Got these. Bang on.Allen key for Airbox removal-1d8b7eae-195b-40cc-bc2b-fc8d1e7e0c1a.png
    45065 miles .And Replacement Cam ChainNo 4,Replacment clutch plates No 1,New Radiator , 3rd set of coil sticks, 2 nd DNA Filter, L E D rear light upgrade, Battery No 5 lithium. Upgraded battery cables.from 03/06/06 to 25/07/2020.

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