what's the best way to remove the chaincase cover on a 99zrt800 without making a mess? Flip the sled up on it's side and take the oil out with a spoon? I don't have a vacuum pump...are there any good tricks?
You will like the reverse kit, although they are rather expensive
I have 4000 miles on mine and the reverse was in it since day 1, also you can't change gears like ya could without reverse, just the top gear, maybe 1 or to 2 teeth ( more) stock gearing 24/39 with rev. 23/39
Hey, you guys talk about moms kitchen gadgets for working on your sleds well heres a good one, the dishwasher it cleans stuff good, just run some orange koolaide through after washing your parts and don't get caught like I did and have to explain why I needed to clean the inside of the dishwasher and keep a straight face.
Oh, by the way scrape off the big chunks first.
Most people do not know this..but there is a drainplug on the cats for the chaincase. It is up under the tunnel like snopro said. It is a fairly tight fit to get a wrench on the drain plug because its kind of between the track and the tunnel. Found out every sled has a drain plug. We even looked on my Dads SRX, who was unaware of a drain plug, and found his in the same place.
I had to call a dealer when I changed my oil because I could not find that plug. Hope this info. doesnt seem elementary.
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