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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-03-2008, 04:14 PM Thread Starter
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600rr rear off center?

i noticed that the rear of my 04 600rr is slightly off center is that normal? it goes a tiny bit off to the right. i have a hotbodies exhaust and fender eliminator
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Well, unless you looped it going like 80mph I doubt anything is really bent. I'm almost 100% sure its your tail piece slightly off-centered. But it could be anything from your license plate being slightly angled or whatever. Check your tailpiece. A picture for us would be better, a 1000 eyes are better than 2 to help spot something out of the ordinary ya know
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not that good quality pic but it was the best i can do. see how the tail is SLIGHTLY off to the right
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This is what's called, "trippin."

Dave Moss Forks - Ohlins shock

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...i unno, I got that in mine too...
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haha thanks guys worried cuz i wasnt that sure, it is my first bike or could it be a bent subframe?

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you buy it used?

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Nothing more then an optical illusion. Have a friend hold the bike straight up and it will look straight.
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yes it was used
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thanks guys i got it all checked out, everything is good!!
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so how did you checked yours? I have the same issue i got erion slip-on and it's not straight, the end of the exhaust is more to the left. I don't know how to fix it?
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the exhaust actually angles out to the left. u can probably shift it a little bit if you play around with the muffler.

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most undertail exhausts angle slightly left.
my leo on the 600
my arata on my 1000
satos
all left leaners
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