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    Just recieved my new exhaust (Hard Krome 2 into 1 side burner) and was wondering if anyone has come across a good step by step tutorial or how to video? Any and all insight is always appreciated.

    Thanks in advance
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    Coincidently: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6Ope5dMtPI&t=169s

    Not exactly step by step...but will likely get you there.
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    That's an excellent video Sasnuke. Much appreciated.....thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riggs View Post
    Just recieved my new exhaust (Hard Krome 2 into 1 side burner) and was wondering if anyone has come across a good step by step tutorial or how to video? Any and all insight in always appreciated.

    Thanks in advance
    There's a video on YouTube of a fully custom 9 with Sideburners; if you're into super loud, you're in for a nice treat. Love the look of them too.

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    If it helps...I found the tight spot between the motor and the front foot rest is easily cleared by loosening the two bolts that secure the foot rest assembly to the bike...I didn't take mine off...just loosened them, say 3-4 turns...that way I was able to move the top of the footrest bracket almost 1.5" away from the motor....made the whole job a piece of cake and don't have to worry about scratching the motor or new pipes.

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