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I've noticed a few people have taken advantage of the open space left by removing the big breather peice under the seat by mounting the regulator there.

Wouldn't this cause the regulator to possibly overheat? Just wondering...

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I did this on my S4. The regulator normally sits right under the seat on the S4 and just bakes. There is no air circulation under the seat. After removing the oil breather box there is a nice open space above and behind the rear shock exposed to lots of moving air and clearly visible when looking between the hugger and the frame. Can't get the regulator any cooler then that! I used to burn my finger on the regulator when I removed the seat to check it. Now it runs nice and cool! Just my take on it...

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Same here I got a plate from TPO. Slips in where that black plastic thingy was.
I'm lazy but I'm sure you could probably make something to fit there
 

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Interesting. I was looking into this because mine sits right up under the triple clamp along with the horn. I'd like to hide them a bit so as to clean up the frame some more.

Guess I gotta get the engine back together first though, eh? ;)
 
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