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Old 01-29-2009, 10:22 PM   #1
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Help please

I just got my Two Brothers Exhaust today for my 06' ZX6RR . I really need to learn how to work on my own bike. But I suck at mechanics and that's why I don't have any tools either . I spent all my money on the exhaust and only have gas money to ride this weekend.

I would do all the work, I just need someone to coach me thru it. I've been wanting these since I bought the bike over a year ago. I have them now and cant wait to have them on, it's like and new bike to me now. So can anyone please help?
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i'm free this sun,may be sat nite.you can put your slip on in back pack and ride to my place 45n-2920 i'll help you
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If you can wait until next thurs or friday I would be more than happy to help as I had the same system on my 636.

Did you buy new or used? If you bought used you will have to get some sort of liquid gasket as the stock donut gasket needs to be pulled out. Dude forgot that the 2bros is like a 1/2 system. So part of the midpipe needs to be pulled off also.
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Dude forgot that the 2bros is like a 1/2 system. So part of the midpipe needs to be pulled off also.
Ya, I just caught that as well when I seen some pics of another 636 on KF with this system. He's gonna have to remove his lower fairings now and some other stuff. Starting to get a lil more complicated and if he already is confused about it, a helping hand sounds like the best bet. Linc, I'll be able to help as well, I'm in Pearland. PM me
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Ya, I just caught that as well when I seen some pics of another 636 on KF with this system. He's gonna have to remove his lower fairings now and some other stuff. Starting to get a lil more complicated and if he already is confused about it, a helping hand sounds like the best bet. Linc, I'll be able to help as well, I'm in Pearland. PM me
No need to remove lower fairing lol. Anyway like I said I can lend a hand,
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No need to remove lower fairing lol. Anyway like I said I can lend a hand,
Figured you would need to (for clearance) in order to loosen the midpipe clamp. Looks like he may have to take off the RH side rearset as well as that little swingarm bracket and heat shield. Linc, bring it over to my place and we'll knock it out.
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It was misplaced as it made no sense.
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are you sure? i thought this site was honda friendly. after all, its owner DOES ride red...
But just between us my old 37cc cheater pulled him strong on the freeway with just that 2bros slip-on and like 70lbs of extra weight

Well if you think it made sense then I'll let it be shown. Who said I am unreasonable huh.

If you don't get it done today I'm still available at the end if this week.
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