7) Now, grab one of the buckets and place it underneath the bottom of the reservoir tank. Unclamp and remove the top hose (pictured below) on the reservoir tank.
8) Hold the funnel underneath the bottom hose clamp of the reservoir tank (this allows us to redirect the coolant flow away from the engine casing). Unclamp the bottom hose, using the funnel to redirect the coolant flow away from the engine and into the bucket. Don't worry if you get some on the engine... our final step will be to rinse everything.
9) Now, unscrew the cap on the radiator filler neck. Leave the hoses unclamped. Using the funnel, pour distilled water into the reservoir tank, and watch it drain out the bottom hose clamp and into the bucket. Keep pouring until there isn't a hint of green at all.
10) The fun part begins. Screw in the water pump drain bolt and torque to 87 inch-pounds (7.25 foot-pounds). Screw in the cylinder cover drain bolt and torque to 87 inch pounds (7.25 foot-pounds) as well.
11) Clamp the hoses back onto the coolant reservoir, but leave the filler neck cap off.
12) SLOWLY fill the radiator up to the filler neck with WaterWetter. The SLOWER you go the better, since less air bubbles will form in the pipes. Also fill the reservoir tank up to the max line with WaterWetter. Leave the caps off both the radiator and the reservoir tank.
13) Start up the bike. Continuously tap on the radiator hoses on both sides of the radiator so as to expel the air bubbles. Do this for about 30 seconds.
14) Stop the bike, and SLOWLY fill up the radiator with WaterWetter until it comes up to the filler neck. Install the radiator cap. Check the level on the reservoir tank and, if necessary, refill with WaterWetter until the max line. Install the cap on the filler neck of the reservoir tank.
15) Start up the bike. Keep the bike running at least until you hear the radiator fan come on (I just rode the bike around the block a few times). When it does, turn the bike off and refill the reservoir tank with WaterWetter until the max line.
17) Now, THOROUGHLY rinse the areas that coolant might have sprayed onto with water. If you got any coolant at all
on your tires, you'll need to wash it out with soap and water... although it sounds like fun, drifting around on a motorcycle isn't!
18) Replace your fairings, and you're done! Use the DIY Fairing Removal