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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-23-2007, 06:32 PM Thread Starter
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Jardine RT-1 Dual Exhaust Install?

Hey guys just wanted to know if anyone has installed there slip on themselves lately. And if it was easy or difficult to do. I plan to do it myself but wanted some input from others before I make that decision.

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if you have basic mechanical skills it should be no problem just take your time if you get stuck anybody here will walk you thru,make sure you have a new exhaust gasket cause i reused mine but it was a pain in the ass

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yeah its pretty easy.... might take an few minutes if your not familiar but its pretty simple compared to other things. It took me much longer to do a full sprocket swap and chain but i also didnt have all the right tools.
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YEAH I helped a friend install a slipon and it was easy.
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doing my micron tomarrow night, i can help if needed...... i hope;-)
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No real motorcycle mechanics knowledge and did it in about an hour, plus mine had two pipes (D&D) and still got it to work. Get a rubber mallet, it helped.
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here is a pic of mine
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