CRUSHER MAVERICK PRO AIR CLEANER, CHROME  9894

  CRUSHER MAVERICK PRO AIR CLEANER, CHROME  9894
CRUSHER MAVERICK PRO AIR CLEANER, CHROME 9894 THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING CRUSHER! PROTECT YOURSELF AND OTHERS FROM POTENTIAL INJURY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE OR LOSS. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO ALL INSTRUCTIONS, WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, AND NOTICES REGARDING THE INSTALLATION, USE, AND CARE OF THIS PRODUCT. THIS INDICATION ALERTS YOU TO THE FACT THAT IGNORING THE CONTENTS DESCRIBED HEREIN CAN RESULT IN POTENTIAL DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY. This indica on alerts you to the fact that ignoring the contents described herein may nega vely affect product performance and func onality or damage the product itself or the product to which it is being a ached. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT LEGAL FOR SALE OR USE ON POLLUTION CONTROLLED VEHICLES. ENSURE THAT THE FOLLOWING PARTS HAVE BEEN INCLUDED IN THE KIT: 1
Breather Manifold
1
Backer
1
Weldment
1
Filter Element
1
Outer Cover
1
Filter Cover
1
Hardware Kit containing:
2
Breather Bolts
2
O-rings
3
¼”-20 X 1-3/4” Socket Head Cap Screws
1
Gasket, Backer to Breather
1
10-24 X ¾” Flat Socket Cap Screws
2
10-32 X 3/8” Custom Button Head Screw
1
Crusher Badge
1
08-Up Gasket
1
Late Style Gasket
6
Sealing Washers
YOU WILL ALSO NEED:
Set of hex bits or wrenches, socket set and ratchet, set combination wrenches, Torx bits or wrenches
These installa on instruc ons contain important informa on. Ensure that the end user receives this copy and is aware of its importance for future use. STEP 1 9894‐11CR‐0116 Read and understand all STEPS in the instruc ons before star ng the installa on. Park the motorcycle on a hard, level surface and turn IGN OFF. Allow the engine and exhaust system to cool. Remove the main fuse. THE END USER’S SAFETY DEPENDS UPON PROPER INSTALLATION OF THIS PRODUCT. IF A STEP IN THESE INSTRUCTIONS IS NOT WITHIN YOUR CAPABILITIES OR YOU DO NOT HAVE THE CORRECT TOOLS, HAVE YOUR DEALER PERFORM THE PROCEDURE. IMPROPER IN‐
STALLATION OF THIS PRODUCT COULD RESULT IN DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY. ACCIDENTAL VEHICLE START‐UP COULD CAUSE DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY, REMOVE THE MAIN FUSE BEFORE PROCEEDING. INSTALLATION REQUIRES CONTACT WITH THE ENGINE AND EXHAUST SYSTEM; ENSURE THAT THEY HAVE FULLY COOLED BEFORE BEGINNING TO PREVENT INJURY. STEP 2 STEP 2 Remove the exis ng air cleaner, filter, breather bolts and breather assembly, backing plate, and gasket. Remove the seat. Remove the two exis ng Torx screws securing the rear of the fuel tank; save the screws for later. PIC 1
REMOVE Carefully li the rear of the fuel tank upward about an inch; place a piece of THE CLIP wood underneath the rear tank tab so it is propped up. DO NOT LIFT THE TANK UP TOO FAR, FUEL LINE/COUPLER DAMAGE WILL OCCUR! STEP 3 Refer to PIC 1. Remove and discard the two screws securing the reten on clip; disconnect the connector from the clip; discard the clip. Remove and discard the support bracket. Secure the wiring away from moving parts, pinch points, or extreme heat. Kuryakyn will not provide warranty coverage on any electrical component that fails due to pinched, crimped, broken, abraded, melted, or frayed wires. Secure the wiring away from heat and pinch points. Lower the fuel tank; rein‐
stall the two screws; reinstall the seat. RAISE REAR OF TANK; REMOVE THE SCREWS AND BRACKET PIC 2
SECURE WIRING APPLY GASKET TO CLEAN, DRY SURFACE STEP 4 Refer to PIC 2. Ensure that the intake flange is clean and dry; apply the in‐
cluded 08‐Up Gasket as shown. PIC 3
PRESS O‐RINGS INTO PLACE STEP 5 Refer to PIC 3. Locate the included Breather Manifold, Breather Bolts, O‐
rings, and Sealing Washers; set it all on a clean, sturdy work surface. STEP 6 Press the O‐rings into place on the Manifold as shown in PIC 3. Insert one of the Breather Bolts through the Manifold as shown in PIC 3; en‐
sure the Bolt captures the O‐ring. PIC 4
STEP 7 Refer to PIC 4. Place one of the Sealing Washers over the end of the Bolt. Repeat for the other side. PLACE SEALING WASHER OVER END OF BOLT 2 STEP 8 Refer to PIC 5. Secure the Breather Manifold assembly to the cylinder heads with the Breather Bolts; ensure the O‐rings remain in place. Determine if addi onal Rubber Coated Washers are necessary to take up any remaining space between the breather legs and cylinder heads. If none are necessary skip to STEP 9. Carefully remove the Breather Bolts; add Washers as required. Again, ensure that the O‐Rings remain in place; ghten the Breather Bolts. PIC 5
SECURE BREATHER MANIFOLD WITH BREATHER BOLTS PIC 6
STEP 9 Locate the included ¼”‐20 Screws, Weldment, Backer, and Backer to Breath‐
er Gasket; assemble the Weldment, Backer, and Screws as shown in PIC 6. STEP 10 Align the Gasket with the Screws protruding from the Backer as shown in PIC 7. STEP 11 INSERT THE THREE 1/4”‐20 SCREWS THROUGH WELDMENT AND BACKER PIC 7
Secure the Backer assembly to the Breather Manifold with the three screws as shown in PIC 8. Ensure the Gasket remains in place while ghtening the screws. STEP 12 Refer to PIC 9. Locate the included Filter Cover and Outer Cover; CAREFULLY slide the Filter Cover into the Outer Cover; the flange will capture the Filter Element when it is installed. ALIGN THE BACKER TO BREATHER GASKET PIC 8
STEP 13 Locate the included Filter Element; slide it into the Cover assembly as shown in PIC 10. Ensure that the Filter Cover captures the Filter edges completely. STEP 14 Refer to PIC 11. Posi on the Cover assembly over the Backer; as the assem‐
bly is being aligned, ensure that the inside edge of the Filter fits inside the Backer flange. STEP 15 Refer to PIC 12. Align the Cover and Weldment; secure with the included 10‐
24 Flat Socket Cap Screw; do not over ghten! STEP 16 SECURE THE BACKER AND WELDMENT TO MANIFOLD PIC 9
CAREFULLY SLIDE FILTER COVER INSIDE OUTER COVER. Refer to PIC 13. Locate the included Crusher Badge and two (2) 10‐24 Custom Bu on Head Screws; align the Badge on the Cover and secure with the two screws. Do not over ghten the screws! STEP 17 Reinstall the main fuse. 3 PIC 11
PIC 10 ENSURE THAT THE FILTER ELEMENT FITS INSIDE THE BACKER FLANGE SLIDE FILTER ELEMENT INTO COVER ASSEMBLY PIC 12
ALIGN COVER AND WELDMENT; SECURE WITH 10‐24 FLAT SOCKET SCREW PIC 13
SECURE BADGE TO COVER WITH TWO 10‐24 CUS‐
TOM SCREWS; DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN! It is the end user’s responsibility to ensure that all fasteners (including pre‐assembled) are ghtened before opera on of the motorcycle. Kuryakyn will not provide warranty coverage on products or components lost or damaged due to improper installa on or lack of maintenance. Periodic inspec on and maintenance are required on all fasteners. Follow K&N recommenda ons for proper use and cleaning of the air filter element. K&N Filter Care Kit (p/n 85 available at kuryakyn.com 4 Proper tuning is important. Carbureted bikes should be re‐je ed and fuel injected bikes should be tuned with a TTS MasterTune tuning system (calibra ons available at www.kuryakyn.com) or Vance & Hines FP3 (calibra ons available at h p://fp3.vanceandhines.com/download) by an experienced tuner, on a dyno, with an exhaust gas analyzer. LIMITED WARRANTY Küryakyn warrants that any Crusher products sold hereunder, shall be free of defects in materials & workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase by the consumer excep ng the following provisions: 1. Küryakyn shall have no obliga on in the event the customer is unable to provide a receipt showing the date the customer purchased the product/s. 2. The product must be properly installed, maintained & operated under normal condi ons. 3. Küryakyn shall not be liable for any consequen al & incidental damages, including labor & paint, resul ng from failure of a Küryakyn product, failure to deliver, delay in delivery, delivery in nonconforming condi on, or for any breech of contract or duty between Küryakyn & a customer. 4. Crusher products are o en intended for use in specific applica ons. Küryakyn makes no warranty if a Küryakyn product is used in applica ons other than intended. 5. Crusher electrical products are warranted for one (1) year from the date of purchase by the consumer. L.E.D.’s contained in components of Küryakyn prod‐
ucts will be warranted for defects in materials & workmanship for 3 years from the date of purchase where as all other components shall be warranted for one (1) year. 6. Exhaust systems are warranted for manufacturing defects only. There is no warranty on exhaust pipes & mufflers with regard to any discolora on. Discolor‐
a on or “bluing” is caused by tuning characteris cs, exhaust ming, carburetor je ng, overhea ng, etc. & is not caused by defec ve manufacturing. 7. Küryakyn makes no warranty of any kind in regard to other manufacturer’s products distributed by Küryakyn. Küryakyn will pass on all warran es made by the manufacturer & where possible, will expedite the claim on behalf of the customer, but ul mately, responsibility for disposi on of the warranty claim lies with the manufacturer. 8. Merchandise purchased directly from Internet auc on sites or any other third party seller is considered sold as is & shall not carry a Küryakyn warranty. All warranty claims must be directed to the original seller. If unsure please contact the seller to verify they are an authorized Küryakyn retailer. RETURN POLICY Merchandise determined to be defec ve may be returned up to one year from the date of purchase. Returns must be processed through original seller. Re‐
turned merchandise for any other reason other than warranty claims must be in like new condi on & subject to a 20% restocking fee. All returns are subject to inspec on for determina on of full or par al credit. Any returned part that shows evidence of being used or installed contrary to manufacturer’s instruc ons, &/or subjected to improper handling, packaging or return shipping by the customer, will not be eligible for exchange, refund or warranty considera on. All returned electrical items will be inspected & tested. If electrical item is deemed func onal, no credit will be issued & item will be returned. All sales are final on discon nued or closeout merchandise. RETURN INSTRUCTIONS Contact one of our prompt, courteous Customer Service representa ves toll free at 866‐295‐5759. Be sure to have the following informa on available when you call: Name Part number/s to be returned Copy of original invoice Reason for return 1. Obtain R.M.A. number which shall remain ac ve & valid for 60 days. (Important: Issuance of R.M.A. does not represent an authorized credit.) 2. Carefully package merchandise to avoid damage during shipment. Depending on its condi on, original packaging may not be sufficient. 3. Ship only those items for which the R.M.A. has been issued. 4. Write the R.M.A. number prominently on the outside of package. 5. Ship package freight PREPAID (C.O.D.s will not be accepted) to: Kuryakyn 454 County Road V V Somerset, WI 54025 5 
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