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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-21-2013, 05:45 AM Thread Starter
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Arrow Race Cans on 2009 F4

Anyone know whose bike this is or was and are there any shots of how they mounted the number plate etc. I am looking at a set of these cans and being an old worrier I need to see how the plate is mounted and just how much shorter they are than the street cans and if they burn the seat unit.

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A bit of searching shows it as DJesters bike and I have pm'd Josh to ask if he has any more photos.

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I have the Arrow cans with headers and no issues with burning or melting the tail section. For the license mount I made my own that is a 1 inch tall by some 5 inches long by 1/8 inch thick then welded that to a vertical piece that fits between the cans and that in turn is welded to a plate that runs front to rear then it all bolts the the underside of the under tail. I put a small LED light on it to satisfy the lighting requirement for the plate.
Without a welder you can still make your own but you have to find a shop that will weld it up after you get all the pieces cut and fit properly, should not be difficult.

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Hey mate if u Remeber my mate had the shorter ones on his 1078 and my god did it fuck his seat unit up it totally melted his rear section and light not worth it get the standard length if I can mate that's what I've got and not had a problem at all

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I used to have a set of the Ferracci branded pipes that have identical dimensions to the twin arrows.
I used a Melotti rear plate holder and mounted a pair of Rizoma indicators as the standard indicators looked out of place on the Melotti plate holder.

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