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    iS ski.... removing top to access engine for supercharger work, etc???

    A little while back I found a link to a video which showed the steps to removing the seat/handlebar/"top" of a iS ski in order to access the engine compartment for repair. I cant seem to locate that video now. I tried the search function but came up empty handed. If someone happens to have a link to that video, I would appreciate it. If not, maybe there is a write up somewhere that I'm not finding either. Thanks for the help.

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    Snellville, GA
    I found that I was able to remove the suspension support from the back end and tilt the top to gain enough access to the remove the Supercharge and replace. Follow the instruction in the video to that point. If you are doing major engine work then you probably do need to remove the top completely.

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