Installing a british customs Slash Cut TT Exhaust
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Step 1:Remove mufflers. If you are unsure how to do this, please refer to the installation guide on our Resource Center.
- Remove headers and disconnect O2 sensors if your bike has electronic fuel injection. If you are unsure how to do this, please refer to the installation guide on our Resource Center.NOTE FOR EFI BIKES: The Slash Cut TT Exhaust does not have O2 sensor bungs. To avoid the check engine light coming on or damaging the engine, you must either install an O2 sensor eliminator or have a tuner disable the O2 sensor in the ECU settings. We recommend installing a BC Air Box Removal Kit, BC Air Injection Removal Kit, and a Dynojet Power Commander V to get the best results.
Step 3:Apply a small amount of grease to your new header crush gaskets and place them over the exhaust ports where your old gaskets were. The grease will help keep the gaskets in place while you mount the headers, and will burn off once you start the motorcycle.
- Mount left header to exhaust port. Finger tighten the exhaust port nuts.
Step 5:Mount right header to exhaust port and finger tighten the exhaust port nuts.
- Slide exhaust ends over the header pipes. Make sure they slide on all the way.
Step 7:Secure the exhaust ends to the header pipes using the included exhaust springs. To install the exhaust springs, use a hook or a zip tie to pull the spring into place. Be sure to install the exhaust springs on both sides of the exhaust system.
- Secure the exhaust ends to the lower exhaust bracket beneath the right rider’s footpeg with the stock hardware. Hand tighten the nut and bolt.
Step 9:Tighten the header nuts using a 12mm socket wrench.
- Tighten the nut and bolt on the lower exhaust bracket with an 8mm Allen wrench and a 12mm socket wrench.
Step 11:Reconnect and reinstall horn and upper radiator bracket.
Installation Complete!You have successfully installed the Slash Cut TT Exhaust on your motorcycle!