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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-20-2012, 01:45 AM Thread Starter
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leo vince sbk too close to tail?

Is anyone else having this problem? The beginning of my end cap is almost touching the plastic tail(where the IT would be) on my 07.
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I've had my IT and Leo barely touching each other for about two seasons now and I have no melting or discoloring. The Leo is the Titanium can if that makes a difference.

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If you adjust the bracket properly, you'll have more than enough room. When installing my Leo, I angled the bracket, allowing the exhaust to lower. I also highly recommend the TST IT, it's super bright and great quality. Click image for larger version

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i dont use a IT, but it was getting a little too close to the tail so i want to to see if anyone else had the same issue. I have the titanium version aswell. i'll check the bike out tomorrow and see i can adjust the bracket to lower it a bit. Thanks guys!
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Without the IT, you should have more than enough room. And since you don't yet have the IT, I was suggesting a good company to purchase from. Good luck.

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