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I can help but not a write up guy. Changed mine and was a pain. You have to remove battery and its bucket. Side plastic. All 3 around exhaust. Loosen tank bolts and the reach inbetween arm and back tire to disconnect yellow clip below tank that helps pull fuel from tank. I scratched mine bad on frame. Use paint tape to tape up frame and areas that will rub. Most important is taking battery nd box out and then under tank clip needs little hands. You will find that things are packed tight on this bike under seat. Calling me is easiest. Let me know pm
 

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I can help but not a write up guy. Changed mine and was a pain. You have to remove battery and its bucket. Side plastic. All 3 around exhaust. Loosen tank bolts and the reach inbetween arm and back tire to disconnect yellow clip below tank that helps pull fuel from tank. I scratched mine bad on frame. Use paint tape to tape up frame and areas that will rub. Most important is taking battery nd box out and then under tank clip needs little hands. You will find that things are packed tight on this bike under seat. Calling me is easiest. Let me know pm
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Man, I chose my username well...Even the forum for Strykers is a Wasteland. I am just posting as a new member, and to say that it is becoming impossible to find aftermarket parts for a Yamaha Stryker! No matter where I look, I want a spike air kit for mine, nope don't exist. I wonder if the kit for a 1300 Yamaha would work, but no one to ask! I did get my pipes from PCS. Pacific Coast Star. I got the Curburners they are awesome. But their customer service sucks. So, here I am. In an empty room, just wondering if anyone else has noticed that finding something for a Stryker is becoming a difficult process...Thank you everyone. For anyone who wants to know: PCS https://www.pacificcoaststar.com/pcs/star-parts-accessories.htm
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Man, I chose my username well...Even the forum for Strykers is a Wasteland. I am just posting as a new member, and to say that it is becoming impossible to find aftermarket parts for a Yamaha Stryker! No matter where I look, I want a spike air kit for mine, nope don't exist. I wonder if the kit for a 1300 Yamaha would work, but no one to ask! I did get my pipes from PCS. Pacific Coast Star. I got the Curburners they are awesome. But their customer service sucks. So, here I am. In an empty room, just wondering if anyone else has noticed that finding something for a Stryker is becoming a difficult process...Thank you everyone. For anyone who wants to know: PCS https://www.pacificcoaststar.com/pcs/star-parts-accessories.htm
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I hear you, on both counts. Bike forums in general aren't very active during riding season, believe it or not this one is better than some others.

I also find it challenging to find aftermarket support for this bike. I guess it doesn't bother me a ton since every toy I buy has to be "different", so it has always been a challenge when it came to upgrades or even some replacement parts. I have done business with PCS a few times, and their customer service is just as you said - poor. But, they are one of the few places left to find Yamaha cruiser parts so I continue to use them. I see no reason why the spike kit for a fuel injected 1300 wouldn't work on a Stryker, I'm almost positive they use the same throttle body.
 
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