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Old May 9th 2016, 07:16 AM   #1
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Question Installation of belly pan

OK; I've drained the oil and drilled the tab on the sump to safety-wire the Kraaitech oil drain to the bike and the oil drain plug to it. (See: Kraaitech oil drain for bellypan)

Now, the next thing is to attach the oil catchment belly-pan to the bike.
Can some one post a pick of how the oil catchment belly-pan is affixed to the bike?

I think the tabs that are used to bolt/attach the back part of the silencers to the engine casing are the attachment points that use these bolts to attache the back part of the belly-pan to the engine case; but I am not sure.

Similarly, I think the front of the belly pan likely bolts to the oil radiator, where the fan housing was supported; but again, I am not sure.

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Old May 9th 2016, 10:00 AM   #2
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The bellypan is such a nightmare. I didn't attach mine at all, it just dangles there kind of snugly. I cut holes for the Akra bracket so they keep it in place, and once the fairings go on either side it holds it pretty firm.

Anyway, if you remove the exhaust, the bellypan falls right off. I don't have the kraaitech.
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Thanks; but, I'd like mine to be secured and not move around at all.
The purpose of the Kraaitech oil drain is to enable one to change the oil without removing the silencers (and the left Woodcraft rear-set), saving about 30 minutes.
With the pan securely mounted, you drill a hole in the oil catchment pan directly below the oil drain and place a removable plug in the hole.
To drain the oil, remove the plug in the belly pan and then use a socket on an extension to remove the drain plug.

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Old May 9th 2016, 12:32 PM   #4
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What belly pans are you guys using? I may need one for my next endurance race.

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I am working on a custom fiberglass catch pan for the stock exhaust now. I should be dropping the mocked up belly pan and the bike off to the carbon fiber guy this week hopefully so he can work on it and get something solid done while I am in Italy. Hopefully I will be able to have him make more than one so if anyone else needs one for a stock exhaust, we can get you hooked up. I'll be sure to piss and moan to the guys at the factory for not making a belly pan for the stock cans...
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See if this helps
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See if this helps
Fluid retention pan
Yes; that helps me understand how the front fits with the oil radiator, and I think, it also suggests how the rear of the pan is likely fixed. The Armour Bodies pan has two indents on each side of the pan near the rear, which appear to be pilot holes for where the Termi silencers are bolted to the engine case.

Am I correct?
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Originally Posted by Styler View Post
Yes; that helps me understand how the front fits with the oil radiator, and I think, it also suggests how the rear of the pan is likely fixed. The Armour Bodies pan has two indents on each side of the pan near the rear, which appear to be pilot holes for where the Termi silencers are bolted to the engine case.

Am I correct?
I am not a 100% with the Armour Bodies . Mine bolts to the front bracket of the Termi Silencers
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I am not a 100% with the Armour Bodies . Mine bolts to the front bracket of the Termi Silencers
OK; thanks. I'll check that option out as well. Cheers!
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