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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 10-01-2010, 02:40 PM Thread Starter
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What's wrong with this picture???

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its a R6? tire on backwards?
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Tire is on the correct way. It appears they have no idea how to install an exhaust. It's being held up by a spring.

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Tire is on the correct way. It appears they have no idea how to install an exhaust. It's being held up by a spring.
The exhaust is bolted to the black bracket behind it. You can see the bolt that goes into it. That spring is for the rear brake pedal to return it to position when there is no pressure on it.
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The exhaust is bolted to the black bracket behind it. You can see the bolt that goes into it. That spring is for the rear brake pedal to return it to position when there is no pressure on it.
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isnt that the rebound spring for the rear brake lever?
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Stock exhaust parts are still on the bike. lol

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is it weird if i can't see the fail in this pic?

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possible thread fail. haha.

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I vote thread fail

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please dont tell me that is a termignoni exhaust and plus installed like that.... OMG


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Thread fail

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damn you guys are weaksauce... check out the rearsets??? that's one.. what else???

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is it weird if i can't see the fail in this pic?
no its not weird your just weaksauce...

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post #15 of 21 (permalink) Old 10-01-2010, 04:25 PM
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Is that what the R6 brake lever looks like? Because it kind of looks like a shift lever... possibly upside down, hah

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is it weird if i can't see the fail in this pic?
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possible thread fail. haha.
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Thread fail
Wow, tons of FAIL within the fail thread
Let's try this again folks

Where is the fail in the original pic now?

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Where's the return spring for the rear brake? Shouldn't all bikes have a spring to keep pressure off the brakes ( riding the brakes). But did the r6 have them built in??
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Where's the return spring for the rear brake? Shouldn't all bikes have a spring to keep pressure off the brakes ( riding the brakes). But did the r6 have them built in??


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I guess the r6 does not need a return spring. ?

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The second picture's set up is much more better looks GP wicked



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