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Does the motor need to be pulled out of the bike, or is it doable leaving it in to replace the piston?

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can be done in , easier out

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Leave it in the frame. I used the online service, took my time, and everything turned out great.

When u say the "Online Service" do u mean online service manual, or is there some sort of Kawasaki online service websight ur talking about? I just picked up a 06 and think im gonna go ahead and do the weisco fo peace of mind.

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When u say the "Online Service" do u mean online service manual, or is there some sort of Kawasaki online service websight ur talking about? I just picked up a 06 and think im gonna go ahead and do the weisco fo peace of mind.

If you are looking for a service manual for the 06, check out the sticked "FAQ" thread. There is a link to a downloadable PDF service manual.

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I like to take the motor out, plug off all openings and give the motor a good cleaning. This does a few things, insures no dirt in motor(including dirt off frame, etc.), easier to work on and keeps that new fresh look:thumbsup:

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