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I've done several reworded searches here and no joy finding an answer.

While I have it apart for clutch work I decided to do all the normal maintenance things around the engine and gearbox. I have the factory service manual and I'm following it's guidelines and procedures. This 2011 commander 1000XT is 300 miles new to me, so this is the first time I've really dug into everything under the center console.

In doing the valve adjustments the FSM says I have to remove the intake plenum to remove the #1 cylinder cover.

Is that true? That looks to be more of a pain than the actual valve adjustments so I'd like to avoid it, if possible. It looks close, but I'd prefer to know before digging in.

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While I have it separated for grasp work I chose to do all the typical upkeep things around the motor and gearbox. I have the production line administration manual and I'm adhering to it's rules and methodology. This 2011 commandant 1000XT is 300 miles new to me, so this is whenever I've first truly dove into everything under the mid control area.
 
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