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Arrow slip-on, how to install?

i just got my arrow slipons for my f4 and im a little lost when trying to instsall them, anyone have some photos of the installation or a link t some sort of a guide?

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What part are you having trouble with?
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I don't have an Arrow but do have a different exhaust.

Remove the weights/springs then undo the bolt under the upper seat. If I remember correctly that was all.
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more or less what part goes where, i have seen some pictures now and im fairly confident i will get it right, i just found it alittle odd that there was no manual due to the tiny chaos of parts.
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what i find confusing is what bracket to use on what side of the subframe to screw the silencer-holders onto, there are 2 brackets with the number 1, and 2 and i cant seem to find the right way, ive tried to read the written manual, but its not helping anything the thing is, i only need to see how the subframe plates are attached in correct side, and how the little mount at the end of the cans, only two small bits going to get connected somehow.
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i would like a picture from someone who has mounted the arrow exhause so i can see when the saddle is open so i can see what way the brackets go etc, since im now totally clueless, they dont seem to be right any way i place them :'(
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If you mean the twin Arrow cans, I can't help.
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Bracket 1+2

Yes I feel your pain. I fitted mine a few weeks ago, the brackets do not fit right. You will have to twist them a little to line up with the hanger brackets. You will have to take them off and use some force in a vice. They are out by 20-30 degrees. It's a bit of a bitch to install them, but they will go. good luck!

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Yes I feel your pain. I fitted mine a few weeks ago, the brackets do not fit right. You will have to twist them a little to line up with the hanger brackets. You will have to take them off and use some force in a vice. They are out by 20-30 degrees. It's a bit of a bitch to install them, but they will go. good luck!

Steve
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yeah, i noticed, i have installed the silensers now, some tweaking and they was on, thanks
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