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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-23-2018, 04:34 AM Thread Starter
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F3 FM Exhaust Fitment

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So I'm looking for a bit of information for all the guys who have a FM exhaust on their F3. I managed to pick up one here on the forum from a super helpful member, and while it fit's, he originaly had it on a brutale so fitment is very different.


My issue is that the left belly plate which would attach to the OEM exhaust collector now has nothing to bolt on to. What I wanted to know is that normal or is there supposed to be a bracket that goes there?
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Hi Guy's


So I'm looking for a bit of information for all the guys who have a FM exhaust on their F3. I managed to pick up one here on the forum from a super helpful member, and while it fit's, he originaly had it on a brutale so fitment is very different.


My issue is that the left belly plate which would attach to the OEM exhaust collector now has nothing to bolt on to. What I wanted to know is that normal or is there supposed to be a bracket that goes there?

Do you have a picture? Do you mean at the top or the bottom?

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I had a FM Exhaust on my bike (f3 800), and on the gear shifter side, the belly pan has no additional mounting point like the stock system. So you are using 2 bolts I believe to secure the bellypan to the bike. I am running a full race system now and well, still no mounting bracket, and never had an issue, so was not planning on making a bracket for this.
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-02-2018, 03:59 AM
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Try a piece of metal like a lolly stick with 2 holes to bolt the 2 halves of the pans, it goes on the inside.


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