Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: Calgary Alberta Canada
Take the foot board off of the rear brake side. Much easier to deal with your new header setup this way.
Highly recommend a center stand or wheel chock if you don't have a lift or motorcycle jack.
This job is easy when you follow directions of your chosen exhaust co. Be sure to check the header gaskets and torque the header nuts in the proper sequence.
After riding for a 100 miles, re check the header bolt torque cold and then re check them again after about 500 miles, again cold.
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