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The Viking's CVT drain plug is a little difficult to access. A 3/8th" OD barb and some 3/8th" vinyl tubing is all you need to relocate the drain to a more convenient location. The stock plug can be reused. The additional benefit to ease of access is you can easily see if there's any water in your CVT housing from a quick glance at the vinyl tubing. I zip tied mine to the steel brake line to keep it from rubbing against the rear disc brake or suspension components.







Maybe someone can explain the logic behind Yamaha's muffler heat shield, but I fail to see it. The stock heat shield is open towards the area right behind the driver's side cavity, right where your stock CVT air intake is. It seems to me the stock CVT system would suck hot air off the exhaust, especially at low speeds where cooling is most critical. I made a block off plate for mine:



 
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