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Thread: Looking for tips on identifying/ fixing an intake leak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lew360 View Post
    I found that a distributor clamp wrench works great on the front cylinder hex. Something like this Performance Tool W1189C SAE Offset Distributor Clamp Wrench https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000N31ZJY...ing=UTF8&psc=1
    Cool, thanks for the tip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lew360 View Post
    I found that a distributor clamp wrench works great on the front cylinder hex. Something like this Performance Tool W1189C SAE Offset Distributor Clamp Wrench https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000N31ZJY...ing=UTF8&psc=1
    Great 1st post! I have that tool and never thought to use that for this.

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    I'm addressing some top end leaks and might end up pulling the entire frame as well - although I do currently have my engine rotated.

    A note on tuning interfaces - I have used ECMSpy in the past, but once Mark Mansur got the Buell plugin working in TunerPro RT, I've never looked back. That is certainly the de facto method of tuning ECMs of all kinds, not just Buell. It's probably not as user friendly as some mobile app as has been mentioned, though. It just depends on how much tuning control you need. If you're just looking to make some basic adjustments, I'm sure the mobile solutions are adequate.



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