I just did this last week. It made it easier for me to remove the driver seat. That way you can lay on your back and actually look under there. Then I greased the two pins that hold the stock one on with WD40. The pins slide off much easier this way. Use needle nose pliers, at least they worked good for me. Then remove the stocker and slide the new one into position and grease the pins again and slip em on and hook the cable back up.
Pull the driver side seat so you can lay down and work. I had to file the holes on the SVO quadrent to make it fit. I had to because the pins the quadrent fits on were slightly bent. I've benn running it for 5 years no problem. Also get a aftermarket quadrent the stock one's won't stand up to an aftermarket clutch.
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