Lube the o-ring slightly with gear oil as that will facilitate re-insertion – do not pinch or cut the o-ring as you will develop a leak.
Push in firmly and evenly - you have to ensure proper seating and fit of the o-ring.
Once done tighten it with a T-25, the specification is 4Nm but i do it hand tight.
[B]SPECIAL NOTE[/B] - please ensure that the wire harness for the speed sensor is properly routed and clipped into the right locations. See highlight.
If not, due to its proximity to the disc there is high potential for chafing and damage.
At this point the rear drive has had its fluid changed.
The only thing left to do is install the rear wheel and relocate the muffler back to it's orginal position.
Install the wheel and tighten the wheel bolts to [B]60Nm[/B] in a cross-star pattern (alternate opposite bolts.) Use care not to topple the bike off the centerstand.
Re-align muffler and put back the muffler bolt in hand tight, as you need to double check some alignment points before final torquing
Double check and confirm muffler clamp to muffler alignment mark are set correctly and hand tighten
As muffler is held statically, check for tire to muffler spacing is even and about 10mm.
Adjust as necessary - once set then you can torque everything down.
[LIST][*]Muffler Bolt = 19Nm[*]Muffler Clamp = 55Nm[/LIST]
Check for leaks
Fluid Change DIY COMPLETED
Go ride :dance