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Just got done installing my new Cobra Side Swept exhaust on my fury. I have a few pointers on what I did on the install that'll make it a little easier for the next person.

First off it toke me around four hours to install everything completely, I had to run to Lowe's and get some tools halfway threw the process.

I had to get a 17mm gear wrench to use as a backing wrench for the nylon nuts that hold the mounting bracket on the bike.

Its good to have 1/2 in. tools along with 9/16 in. tools ready to take off everything and re-install.

The kit comes in two different pieces along with the mounting hardware. Everything is wrapped up, so have fun unwrapping :) (toke me around 15 min). While reading the instructions the step will tell you to leave everything lose before tightening fully. That way at the end you can adjust the angle of the pipes along with positioning. When you have to mate the two pieces together before installing on the rear exhaust port. The instructions say to mate the pieces together, then install it to your exhaust port. I installed it first, then mated the two pieces together. Its a bitch to try working it in while together. You can leave the first exhaust plate slightly lose to accomplish this (to give you a little more free play while installing). I got the black cobra side swept exhaust and the paint scratches very easy, so be careful where you lay it and be careful with your tools while installing.

Okay now to the pictures and sound. The pipes look 10x better in person and sound awesome. The picture and sound clip don't do it full justice. Have fun!



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Pipes look HOT on the White! Now pull the baffles and mod those. You will not be disappointed! Very true that the Ceramic coat scratches easy. I am going to wet sand mine and re-spray them. One season of running them and the are all banged up. I narrowed the install time to 35 minutes now. First install took about a hour and a half.
 
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