- lcjohnny wrote:
- the brass adaptor frequently pulls out when you remove the tray
Not sure it would catch anything if the battery split LOL
First time had ever seen a tray like that. Mine was crushed into its aperature.
You could see the yellow of the battery between the frame and the tank.
The drain pipe was not there otherwise would have spotted it.
The battery it seems is a finite fit.
Removed and used a heat gun to warm and soften and then the battery to remould it back to its original form.
Upon fitting found the best way was to fold/tuck the left and right top parts under the edge of the tank.
Use some electrical tape to smooth upper middle edge and stick it to the battery security tab.
I also squirt a small amount of wd40 into the tray and spread it around with my fingers to ensure a smooth re fit of battery.
Most hoses/drains were either not fitted correctly or were not fitted at all when obtained my GRiSO.
The water drain from the fuel cap is the only one I've completely given up on, it is bunged up from the top to the bottom.
Short of removing tank and bottom plate to gain access and hopefully clear it fix it permanently, including replacing corroded alloy fittings.
I dont ride in rain and rarely get caught in it, the tiny amount of water that sits in the recess is far less than the amount supplied in E10.
Also water in fuel causes a missfire and thats when lots more than that gets in.