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Hello all. Will a 2008 Ninja 650R stock muffler, fit on a same year versys?
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Yes, and so will my original unused 2007 Versys stock muffler.
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Yes, and so will my original unused 2007 Versys stock muffler.
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Thanks for the quick answers!
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can anyone point me in the direction of a video or some pictures w/ instructions on how to remove the TB exhaust and replace it with stock 650R muffler? Like I've said, I'm a noob when it comes to working on automotive goodies. But I'd like to learn, and I figured this might be a good first project, is it really as easy as bolting on the slip on muffler?
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can anyone point me in the direction of a video or some pictures w/ instructions on how to remove the TB exhaust and replace it with stock 650R muffler? Like I've said, I'm a noob when it comes to working on automotive goodies. But I'd like to learn, and I figured this might be a good first project, is it really as easy as bolting on the slip on muffler?
there should be a strap or mount tab with a bolt going thru it and an exhaust clamp on the pipe. remove both of these and wiggle the can off put stock one on and bolt and clamp it back on and ride ride ride
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there should be a strap or mount tab with a bolt going thru it and an exhaust clamp on the pipe. remove both of these and wiggle the can off put stock one on and bolt and clamp it back on and ride ride ride
Thank you, very much.
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no problem make sure to clean your hardwear and use high heat thread lock
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Got the 650r muffler put on, sounds great, no backfire at all, but is the tip supposed to be so close to the rear tire? Less than an inch, same with the chain, seems awfully close to the chain. Anyway. Thanks for all the help.
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Got the 650r muffler put on, sounds great, no backfire at all, but is the tip supposed to be so close to the rear tire? Less than an inch, same with the chain, seems awfully close to the chain. Anyway. Thanks for all the help.
stock on the 08 is quite close to the tire can berly fit my finger between tire and tip
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stock on the 08 is quite close to the tire can berly fit my finger between tire and tip
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