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  1. Fuel bowl removed

    Fuel bowl removed

    Points of interest after you remove the fuel bowl 1) The left circle shows the main jet 2) The right circle shows the idle mixture screw cap While you're changing jets you have more room to drill out the cap and access the carburetor mixture screw!
  2. Removing bolts for fuel bowl

    Removing bolts for fuel bowl

    There are 4 bolts holding each fuel bowl on... Go ahead and remove those :P
  3. Air Filter Box Removal on a 2008 250r

    Air Filter Box Removal on a 2008 250r

    Step 8: I circled in red where the two hoses lead from the air box to the carburetors. I jabbed all around both hoses to break them free from their glue captors. With any luck you should be able to pull back slightly on the air box and separate the hose from the air box.
  4. Air Filter Box Removal on a 2008 250r

    Air Filter Box Removal on a 2008 250r

    Step 9: Here's where it starts getting hard to explain. The air box is comprised of two compartments. The side which lends access to the air filter element is removable from the main compartment. I shit you not there's 8 or so screws all around the air box attaching this guy in. Remove all of the sc
  5. Air Filter Box Removal on a 2008 250r

    Air Filter Box Removal on a 2008 250r

    Step 7: Sigh... After you've removed the rear fairings and tail light assembly you're ready to drop the mud guard. The mud guard is only really held in by 4 screws. the two screws in the side that also hold the fairings on (which have already been removed to remove those fairings, and there's a scr
  6. Air Filter Box Removal on a 2008 250r

    Air Filter Box Removal on a 2008 250r

    Step 6: To get the battery box out after you remove the top panel and leave it dangle, remove the battery AND remove the three screws holding the battery box to the frame... There are two more screws underneath the battery pad which have to come out. I like to keep things together so I also circled
  7. Air Filter Box Removal on a 2008 250r

    Air Filter Box Removal on a 2008 250r

    Step 5: I'm not kidding when I say everything imaginable has to go. Here I'm yanking the battery and battery box. .. Make sure to disconnect the NEGATIVE battery lead followed by the positive battery lead. It's a good habit to get into. Also as you might have guessed those rear fairings? They've go
  8. Air Filter Box Removal on a 2008 250r

    Air Filter Box Removal on a 2008 250r

    Step 4: On the opposite side of the bike the air filter box is mounted to the transmission via the screw circled in red. Remove this and let it hang there. It also has a clip to hold 2 wiring harnesses. Also circled in red is the breather which mounts to the bottom of the air filter box. Disconnect
  9. Air Filter Box Removal on a 2008 250r

    Air Filter Box Removal on a 2008 250r

    Step 3: Everything here has to be moved (The air filter box components come out HERE). Remove the tank 'cross member' and set it aside.
  10. Air Filter Box Removal on a 2008 250r

    Air Filter Box Removal on a 2008 250r

    Step 2: Continue ripping everything imaginable off of the bike. Here I'm yanking the tank. Make sure to disconnect the vacuum line to the fuel petcock, followed by the fuel line. Don't forget on the '08 models to disconnect the fuel level sensor as well. On the other side (I didn't show it) to disco
  11. Air Filter Box Removal on a 2008 250r

    Air Filter Box Removal on a 2008 250r

    Step 1: Start removing side panels, and front fairings. Open the air filter box and yank the original filter.
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