Windshield/Nose/Headlight Trim Removal KGT1300
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Removing Windshield Supports
If you have the windshield parked in it's lowest position - raise it up a bit.
This facilitates removal.
Remove the indicated pins with retaining clips.
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- The top pins have different retaining pins from the bottom ones
- They are easy to lose, I put them back into their retaining groove
Removal of Top Air Flow Screen
Using a T-25 Torx remove the two BLACK screws retaining the Top Air Flow cover
After you remove the screws there are some retaining clips that need to be disengaged so don't yank the cover off.
Remove the rear front plastic
Using a T-25 remove the 2 screws shown below - Throttle Side