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      12-29-2012, 03:07 PM   #10
mistryn
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Originally Posted by Woody80 View Post
Ta, I'll probably have a crack myself then if the warranty says no which it sounds like it will!
No special/weird tools needed then?
No special tools needed - socket set 5mm iirc to remove the bolts off the under tray. 7mm socket to remove 2 bolts of the airbox. flat headed screwdriver to pry off the bottom clip (maybe pliers to help pull it off, but i just used my hands). Top clip you may have to work slighlty blind and use fingers/thumb to push clip up.