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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-13-2012, 02:38 PM Thread Starter
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Default Switchout out stock exhaust-2011 JP

Got some new pipes coming ( as you've seen ), but I have a question. I see a steel bracket that holds my current stockers onto the Right front swingarm with a stud and nut. The left swingarm has a bolt only. How has folks dealt with that long stud sticking out when switching pipes ?

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Here is a pic of the swingarm bolt on the exhaust side - before and after. I did not see a need for that bracket stud.
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Now, would someone tell me where to slice off that tube on the frame that held the stock exhaust bracket . I already have a chrome plug for it....

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The frame on my 06 Hammer stops vertically flush with the edge of the belt cover. I popped a chrome cap into it.

- edit - sorry you have to tilt your head like a parakeet with how that pic posted, but hopefully the reference helps
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Ok, I got the frame cut done and the cap in place. Ended up taking that frame rail off, much easier and saved the worry from nicking the lines. See what you think
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Now, while I was at it in that area I noticed a plastic guard on the Swingarm that covered part of the belt. Probably protected it from the stock exhaust. Anyway I suspect many of you removed that to clean up the Swingarm, so I removed it. Is it ok ??


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What am I looking at on this Big sladh rpm pipe install ? Is it going to be hard ?



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post #9 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-18-2012, 01:14 PM
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that piece covering the bottom of the belt sprocket looks to be a shield also. It looks like it would be really easy for a rock or piece of trash to get caught in there and tear your belt.

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