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Sick Spider2010-06-20 03:19:28 +0000 #1
Hi all.

I got a new muffler, anyone knows of a nice cheep place I can install it in the Vancouver area ?

Thank you.

Its 2009 Kawasaki Er6N by the way, if it matters.
Jaybo2010-06-20 03:31:12 +0000 #2
is it a slip on? there's no need to pay anyone to do that, it's generally about 4 or 5 bolts total.. easy. found this is a couple seconds of searching

www.akrapovic.com/ty...0acb291bedfafa42.pdf
Sick Spider2010-06-20 03:31:43 +0000 #3
Hoo...

I have no idea actually, I ordered this: www.bike-design.com/...l=6176&shp_year=2009 .
Cuff2010-06-20 04:08:08 +0000 #4
Nice looking pipe, sounds good on YouTube.

All you need is a 12mm socket/wrench and an 8mil allan key to do the job yourself. You can access the stock muffler by taking off the right rear set. If you loosen up the header bolts it will make the job go quicker. Should take a couple of hours the first time and about 30 mins the next.

If your ER6n is anything like my Versys you might have to play around with your TPS to keep it from running lean.

Good luck.
Sick Spider2010-06-20 05:09:50 +0000 #5
Quote:

Originally Posted by Cuff

If your ER6n is anything like my Versys you might have to play around with your TPS to keep it from running lean..

I'll try, but since I'm not very techi, what does that mean ?

"TPS" and "running lean.."

Thank you.
Cuff2010-06-20 05:44:04 +0000 #6
Quote:

Originally Posted by Sick Spider

I'll try, but since I'm not very techi, what does that mean ?

"TPS" and "running lean.."

Thank you.

PM sent.
Sick Spider2010-06-20 05:06:32 +0000 #7
WooHoo !!!!!

It's DONE



Jaybo2010-06-20 06:39:14 +0000 #8
didja do it yourself?

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