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post #91 of 101 (permalink) Old 09-20-2009, 02:25 AM
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Will the write up you put up be okay to use on the 2006 cbr?

btw...your about to save me 3000-350 because im about to do this myself!!
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is this process the same as a 2005? thanks.
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yea is this write up similar for the 03 models? I just bought my yoshi pipe and it should be in the mail soon.
Hell NO!!!!! 2003-2006 is not the same as the 2007-present.

I been working on this exhaust pipe for 2 days (more like 4-6 hours so far). The fairings are a little different and I will post up my own 2003 write up on the slip on. I am also installing my fender eliminator kit which is primarily the reason of the delay.

BTW Thank you Andrew for your write up because it did made my install for the slip on easier but the 2003 is a little different than your bike like the bolts location and taking out the rear tail was a pain in the butt.

ALSO, the fender eliminator didn't have any instructions!

UPDATE: Here is the how to thread on 2003 CBR600RR two brothers exhaust and F/E kit.....let me know what you guys think!

https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.php?t=155183

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hey man, so you did an awesome job with the write up

my only problem is when I tried to get the lower heatshield back in and everything the rearsets wouldn't line back up and as a result won't touch the frame.

As a result I stripped the frame threads and my bolts...

Do I need that lower heat shield? cuz if I can do without it... it would be great..

i'm just really concerned the cat might be too hot without the heat shield.


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used this tutorial to take my 04 exhaust off.. tnx


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Sweet ace write up. I'll be trying this out Saturday morning.
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thx man helped me out a lot
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is this the same for the 09 cbr60rr
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nice write up
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has anyone try to put back the stock signal and break light for the leo vince. The exhaust sits so low that you can't put back the signal and license plate bracket back. any ideas on what to do.
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do you have a picture of how the bracket is suppose to hold the exhaust?

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can these pictures get re hosted?
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