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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 07-20-2019, 03:10 AM
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Those case bolts are TTY bolts and are single use only. Did you buy new bolts to replace those after you removed them?
Correct. You can reuse them if you really want to though. Have done so with all my bikes when I fit the case covers.
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That filter with the predrilled nut is banned at most of our tracks, if you're referring to K&N. Hose clamp and safety wire passes tech every time.
These guys make filters that can be safety wired: Hiflofiltro: Oil Filters

It sometimes seems like half the stuff in the world comes from the same factory, but so far no complaints from scrutineers about these.
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That filter with the predrilled nut is banned at most of our tracks, if you're referring to K&N. Hose clamp and safety wire passes tech every time.
Not sure, but I think the ban is (or was) specifically for the K&N brand. And that's why I don't use K&N, but there are other brands that make them.
I know about HiFlo:
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Not 2020, but here's some ideas on safety wiring that allows service without rewiring every time. And drain plug wired to a spare bolt hole in the sump, which may not be there on the 2020. Note on the hose clamp there's a hole drilled through the head of the screw so it's secured and can't turn. Just some thoughts that might make your experience easier.
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Not 2020, but here's some ideas on safety wiring that allows service without rewiring every time. And drain plug wired to a spare bolt hole in the sump, which may not be there on the 2020. Note on the hose clamp there's a hole drilled through the head of the screw so it's secured and can't turn. Just some thoughts that might make your experience easier.
Never seen the calipers done like that. As for the rest, thanks for not making me roll the HP4 out of the garage to take pix. All I've done on the 2020 so far is the Alpha pre-drilled drain bolt. I plan on using Pro-bolt race spec Ti for the rest. Have to get some reusable pins from Kurvygurl.

https://www.kurveygirl.com/shop/prod...roducts_id=109

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There's also a guy on eBay that sells the washers with a tab for safety wiring. I'll have to see if I can find it. But Kurveygirl is the best for this stuff.

If you search eBay for "safety wire washers" there's a ton of sources, mostly Great Britain and Spain. The guy in the US must have moved on.....

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Both of these work for the 2020. Just make sure you loosen both axle pinch bolts at the same time. If one is left torqued, the bolt won't line up. Yes. I had a Homer Simpson: "Doh!" moment.

Calipers

https://www.probolt-usa.com/titanium...e-spec-24.html

Axle Pinch bolts:

https://www.probolt-usa.com/titanium...ce-spec-1.html

Yes, you need 4.

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Both of these work for the 2020. Just make sure you loosen both axle pinch bolts at the same time. If one is left torqued, the bolt won't line up. [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.s1000rrforum.com/forum/images/smilies/rolleyes.gif[/IMG] Yes. I had a Homer Simpson: "Doh!" moment. [IMG class=inlineimg]/images/S1000RRForum_2015/smilies/tango_face_smile_big.png[/IMG]

Calipers

https://www.probolt-usa.com/titanium...e-spec-24.html

Axle Pinch bolts:

https://www.probolt-usa.com/titanium...ce-spec-1.html

Yes, you need 4.
These links didn’t work for me for some reason
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These links didn’t work for me for some reason
Forgot I was logged into pro-bolt. These are what I ordered:

https://www.probolt-usa.com/titanium...e-spec-24.html

https://www.probolt-usa.com/titanium...ce-spec-1.html

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