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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-20-2010, 11:32 AM Thread Starter
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Is there anyone who can remove my AIS for me? 03, Vstar 1100 Classic. I live in Greeley Colorado. Not up to doing it myself, but would pay someone who is competent.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-21-2010, 12:11 AM
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Is there anyone who can remove my AIS for me? 03, Vstar 1100 Classic. I live in Greeley Colorado. Not up to doing it myself, but would pay someone who is competent.
Thanks.
check out maxair engineering I believe they are in Longmont.
www.maxairengineering.com

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check out maxair engineering I believe they are in Longmont.
www.maxairengineering.com
They make the plugs for the job, but don't actually do any mechanical work. I can live with the popping.
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You do not need someone to do this for you. You can do it. Just go look at it, close. You will need something to plug the cylinders with. .45 casings work great. I left the nipple that goes into the cylinders and pluged it with a bolt with a cap to cover.

Email me and I will find the diagram to your AIS for you so you can see it.

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http://web.archive.org/web/200512140.../ais_1100.html

Check this out. Diagrams will enlarge.

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Thanks Dan. Your faith in me is appreciated. I imagine I could probably manage it, but maybe just don't want to mess with it, eh. Apprciate the response and the link.
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