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Removing the Rear Sets

Discussion in 'Bling and Appearance' started by Guest, Feb 11, 2006.

  1. Yo peeps,

    Once I've got the seal cowl on, I wanna remove the rear sets as I'll have
    no need for em

    Left side will be no probs. When it comes to RHS, I have a Q..

    http://photobucket.com/albums/f355/kjude/Old Kishy/?action=view&current=363821b7.jpg
    http://photobucket.com/albums/f355/kjude/Old Kishy/?action=view&current=zx7r.jpg

    What will support the pipe bc they attach to it & support it. :?
    or will I just be able to remove the peg & leave the rest of the set as is?

    Any solutions?

    Any of ya's removed ya rear sets B4?

  2. You can just remove the peg from the bracket that supports the exhaust pipe and leave the rest as is. Then just take off the other side completely and you are done. It's pretty straight forward.
    You could even buy one from a wreckers and grind off the mounts for the pillion peg so that the bracket looks cleaner. Polish it up afterwards for a bit of cheap bling.
    Or you can buy aftermarket exhaust pipe brackets that don't have the peg mount on them at all, looks much neater imo.
    They are quite pricey for what they are though. I once had one custom made for me and it wasn't cheap by any means! :shock:
  3. Kewlies.. just as I thought :wink:

    Thanx mate..