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Rebuilding A Crashed 2014 Yamaha R1 Part 2

What is up guys… Bad news I found some Hidden Damage and its going to be Expensive lets hope for no more Surprises.

As you can see it snapped off right here and it also got a huge crack right here what is going on guys welcome back to the channel this is part two of the r1 rebuild if you guys have not seen part one i will put the link in the description below and also if you guys enjoy these kinds of builds all i ask is that you give this video a like it really does help the youtube

Algorithm and it helps the video get more views now without further ado let’s get into the video so all right guys so i want to start by removing all of the damaged parts and fairings and then i want to strip this thing completely down to see if there are any more hidden damages so without further ado let’s get straight into it so

All right guys so i just finished removing all of the damaged parts and fairings and then i noticed that the rear subframe is actually broken as you can see it snapped off right here and it also got a huge crack right here which sucks because that means now i have to replace it and it is going to be a little bit expensive but that’s all right you guys know that

I don’t like working on dirty bikes so let’s go ahead and move it outside give it a good wash and then i want to start by removing the whole entire air box clean underneath there as well as removing the subframe so let’s get to work hi do all right guys i just finished removing the air box and it’s actually got a performance filter which is great because

Now i can just go ahead and clean this out and reuse it as well as it’s pretty clean inside here but i’m gonna go ahead and clean out this whole area anyway and then i want to remove the rear subframe so let’s get into it big all right guys i just finished cleaning up the area down here and it’s pretty cleaned up and also remove the rear subframe now

I want to remove the top yoke as well as all the broken pieces and then this housing here so that i can order a new one and then i want to remove the sprocket cover and clean up the chains so let’s get into it food do i so so uh so do all right guys so the chain is all cleaned up and good to go we covered a lot in this video as well as my

Hands are full of grease so i’m gonna go ahead and end today’s vlog right here and so if you enjoyed this video give it a thumbs up smash that subscribe button you can also follow me on instagram at gareth underscore collins remember to stay positive and be visible until next time peace out you

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Rebuilding A Crashed 2014 Yamaha R1 Part 2 By Garreth Collins