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Old 07-15-2008, 08:15 PM   #1
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07-08 Arrow Header install

Alright so this is the equipment I used:


-standard tools used to take off your plastics

-one set of ratches cabable of bending 360 degrees and still able to untighten the manifold bolts

- hands no bigger than a can of tuna capable of bending in ways you only expect a contortionist to move





-a 1 ton crane to move the stock exhaust after removing it

-a engineering team from harvard to figure out the assembly of Arrow header.

- 1 team of OX to pull arrow springs (can be substituted for team of mules depending on geography)

-a few cases of choice beverage(guess how many you need then +1)



Okay now got into the take down(crack open first beer):


remove lower plastics (this is the easy part)


moved radiator bracket out of the way (wow this isnt that bad...pretty easy)


okay removed manifold bolts so that stock pipe can be removed...(hmmm those two out side ones werent bad, but i sold my soul to the devil to get those other 6 off...by the way he does some good work, but in hind sight i should have asked for the whole thing to be done)(throw rest of the beer in my hand accross garage in anger...open another)



Took a few moments and bask in the glory that is my new Headers, beacuse just like when you marry your wife that is the MOST beautiful she will ever be.


No assemble said team of engineers ....


NOPE not like that(new beer)


AHHH like this??? NO!!!(new beer)



How about this? hmmm...WRONG(new beer)


Maybe we should try it on the bike... crap!(new beer)
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Old 07-15-2008, 08:16 PM   #2
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Screw it call the Devil back...ahhh he says LIKE THIS!!!{now we owe him the first born}(kick the case of beer next to bike...then realize how stupid i was)



Took it apart into three pieces.. two pipes per manifold and then the lower pipe(push it aside i wont be needing that for hours)



First thing i get to install are these nice CNC bases that will hold my pride and joy
(that so far have cost my my soul, my first born, all my pride, and bankruptcy...and i haven even finished the project yet)(cant afford any more beer dayumn)
I MADE SURE I PUT THESE IN SO THE EVIL SPRINGS WOULD REACH(hahaha thinking ahead... i got this now)


Insert the first half of the pipes...mmmm tasty lightness (ahhhh reminds me of beer)


looks like this with bolt halves at the bottom
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Old 07-15-2008, 08:16 PM   #3
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Now those pipes that have cost me so much are just hanging there...better secure them before one comes crashing down and ruins my month.... went out back and grabbed the ox



then tied up to the spring (this worked well cause the spring puller provided does not even come close to fitting in there)

GGGGGGGGGGG!!!!!! pullll pulll pullll....got it




okay things are secure up there lets add the lower...(wow almost forgot what that looked like)


WAIT.....NO


okay, pout, wiggle, jerk, pull, cry, and scream (ahhh there we go)

HURRY get the OX and put springs on it FAST!!! it could fall apart!!!!




OH MY GOD, they are soo beautiful!!! Headers... how Satin him self DESIGNED



wiggle on what ever set of slip on you have!!!!


put a bolt in it and call it good!!!



okay took a step back and tried not to concentrate on the shakes from alcohol withdraw and took it all in... thank god its done....now appologized to the bike for raping and molesting to no end



Now if you read through all that you may think it isnt a write up...but screw you i took the pictures and said what i did...so BLAAAAA


but if you read the thread and prep your self this should only take two hours and can be done with these tools

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Old 07-15-2008, 08:24 PM   #4
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Old 07-15-2008, 08:26 PM   #5
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LOL. . .congrats man. . .good to see you finally got it installed.
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You got it. Now you'll need to take it aprt every time you change your oil.
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ARE YOU SHITTING ME???????? who wants pipes for $440??????


NO WAY!!!!! please tell me you are joking... i need to do one in a few hundred miles....


screw oil filters i dont need them!!!!!i have headers...



REALLLY?????????
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ARE YOU SHITTING ME???????? who wants pipes for $440??????


NO WAY!!!!! please tell me you are joking... i need to do one in a few hundred miles....


screw oil filters i dont need them!!!!!i have headers...



REALLLY?????????
Just take out 3 and 4. You have no choice.
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Old 07-15-2008, 08:37 PM   #9
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not if u remove the coolant reservoir^
its tight, but it can be done.
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Old 07-15-2008, 08:39 PM   #10
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oh thank god!!! i wil do that any day of the week to get around those springs from hell
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Old 07-15-2008, 08:47 PM   #11
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Nice work Brian!

I recommend you DON'T do any gauge work tonight.....after all that beer you had, people may end up with pink LED"s in their gauge! Sit back, sip on a nice single malt whiskey, look at those pretty headers, and bask in your glory!

.....I hope that ox was cracking those beers for you while it wasn't doing anything
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Old 07-15-2008, 08:59 PM   #12
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no i was paying him by the hour..so no drinking on job!!


i am actually working on a set of Kawis right now, and the Black out will look great...i hope these are Kawis...



DISCLAIMER>>>> No ones soul nor first born were sold in the modding of this bike
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Old 07-15-2008, 09:02 PM   #13
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u were saying the bike is idling high now?
what is it idling at?

is that fully warmed up also?
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yeah it is reving at 1.9k to 2k and i just noticed there is a slight chance with how things look that my lowers could melt???

i am going to go look at that once the pipes cool down
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Old 07-15-2008, 09:23 PM   #15
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As for changing the oil... like MXRider stated, I just remove the coolant reservior and leave the headers alone. On a side note make sure the O2 bung cap is tight, I lost one before I got smart and safety wired it.
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On the left side the bracket that holds the lower middle screw
picture 16 you can see the bracket's hole where that screw goes
needs to be flipped that will move the left side lower a few inches
away from the # 4 header pipe
Check out this thread
http://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.p...hlight=headers

and the Bracket solution thread by Sdca7718 (Thanks man )
http://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.php?t=90854
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Old 07-15-2008, 10:38 PM   #17
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LOL !!!! Great job Brian....a how to with a sense of humor...awesome man !!
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Best writeup ever. I'll treasure this list of favorite walkthroughs for all time.
Good work though, glad you got it all done in the end.
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Old 07-15-2008, 11:41 PM   #19
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Nice... I will be using this in the future.
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Old 08-05-2008, 03:06 AM   #21
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Thumbs up

finally; got mine on
any issues w/melting the lowers???

oh?? & brian, used your wire trick for the inners springs worked like a charm
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no melting issues yet that ive noticed
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Old 09-05-2008, 08:53 PM   #23
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What happens with the TPS...is that just disconnected? And left with the stock exhaust ?
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What happens with the TPS...is that just disconnected? And left with the stock exhaust ?
TPS? What does that have to do with the exhaust? You mean the EGCV? It and the cables came right out with it.

Anyhoo, I just did mine today, and I can say I am the new master of the Arrow header kingdom. BrowningBuck speaks truth, it is not a job for lesser men. He did scare me a bit with the superlong extensions and angle drivers all in his necessary tools picture, but you don't need any of that. I got through it fine with a plain old socket set and 6" extender. And the springs are really easy, had no trouble using puller they give you for all of them...Especially the manifold pipes you can just rotate them first so the spring hooks are a close to each other as possible, then rotate them back.

Getting all the pipes to fit together is another story. I dunno what order he did it in but I went from front to back, and getting the last piece with the O2 bung to fit the two collector pipes and the slip-on joint all at the same time..I had to confess to the baby jesus there for a minute to make it happen.
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Yes the EGCV....I just disconnected the cables from the EGCV...Right now I cant figure out the order...i been lookin at this thread...meh....been at it for awhile....annoying, those springs are pretty hard to get together..
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Yes the EGCV....I just disconnected the cables from the EGCV...Right now I cant figure out the order...i been lookin at this thread...meh....been at it for awhile....annoying, those springs are pretty hard to get together..
Yeah, it's not the easiest thing ever, but believe me I did the whole thing from virgin bike to ready to ride again in 4 hrs this morning, including a couple detours. I put in 4 manifold pipes into the engine first, hooked up the springs (make sure your #1 pipe is situated so that its end is on top of the #2 pipe instead of next to it before you tighten everything down). put on the two Y pipes, then the mid pipe. It looked bad at first, cause the two Y pipes didn't really end at the same place, but I basically fit on the mid-pipe best I could, by fitting it onto one Y pipe, just getting it started on the second, and put the springs on before trying to fit it on 100% to use them to help pull everything together, if that makes sense.
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hey do those really fit any slip on.
i heard that they will fit onto any slip on and take off wieght and add hp
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hey do those really fit any slip on.
i heard that they will fit onto any slip on and take off wieght and add hp
That's the idea...(hp at least comes with a tune, I didn't notice much until then).
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That's the idea...(hp at least comes with a tune, I didn't notice much until then).
LOL. . .RShackleford is messing with you guys. He was the first on the boards to put Arrow headers on his bike.
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Hehehe! Writeup made me laugh so bad. Where did you get the headers at BTW? I'm gonna fit a set to go with my Akra slip.
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