My Street Triple has a lot of movement in the throttle before you engage the fuel. My step-father and I gave it a whirl two weeks ago trying to use the owners manual which simply stated "remove fuel tank, remove air box, adjust cables". We removed the fuel tank with not too much effort but the air-box is where we hit the snag and got cold feet. I would really like to get all the slack out of my throttle. Is there a trick to the air-box removal or a better way to go about it? Or should I just let the dealer do it? We're both mechanically inclinded, but there's a lot of stuff on/around the air-box and I don't want to mess up an expensive bike.