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Is my Arrow exhaust installed properly

I am wondering if my Thunder Arrow exhaust is installed properly.

I have the pipes for the Arrow system but I haven't installed them as they appear to be the same dimension than the stock ones.

It seems as it is now, the exhaust is coming over the wheels a little more than what I have seen on other bikes.

Also the can's holder seems to be more at the beginning of the can compared with the other picture where the can's holder is in the middle of the can.

I can't figure why it is different...

Edit: It seems the middle pipe is shorter on the second picture. Yet, that part came with my Arrow system.
Did I installed an incorrect model? They sold different type? Updated model?
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post #2 of 21 (permalink) Old 07-23-2014, 04:48 AM
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Don't worry, it's ok mate!
Your link pipe has the lambda sensor bung while the one in the second picture hasn't. That's why yours it's longer and hence the different holding place on the end can (which is the same length in both cases).
Mine it's the same!

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yep the link pipe is definetly the problem
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the lambda sensor bung
I guess the lambda sensor you are referring to is this:
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I was referring to the lambda sensor plug!
But yes, that's it in your picture!
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It's not a problem, just a different model.

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looks the same as mine


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It's a problem if you don't like the way it looks.
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spot on Cag, he has no lambda sensor installed,so at the end of the day are you happy with what you got?

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Where would we order the one without the lambda sensor entry?

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