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  • Hawk Gt

    After purchasing two hawks last summer I have started to piece the better of the two back together, it is an R1 with a twin track rear. I have changed out all fluids and am in the process of trying to drain and flush the rear end but my question is how do I remove the gunk in the case? All I have read says not to use kerosene ...but how does one really clean that mess up?
    Also how hard is it to install a new wiring harness now that I removed the interior?


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    Go to your nearest discount auto parts and purchase a case of brake cleaner in the aerosol cans. Use this to flush the rear end.

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