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post #1 of 224 (permalink) Old 07-14-2013, 02:39 AM Thread Starter
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796 EVO Project

Swapped out the the 796's dual underseat exhaust for the 1100 EVO style today.

Picked up some used headers (Thanks SpitzerCR) and decided to go with the CW slipon as well as changing out the "chicken wings" for S4R rearsets.

Before Pic:


Got the EOM exhaust removed:



Installed EVO setup:



Put it all back together and cleaned her up:




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Sound clip with new exhaust setup installed:
http://youtu.be/UX4NF2c_m7I

Yes, the 796 rearsets are still on because I found out that I need to get a few more parts to make the S4R rearsets work. Will post updated pics once installed.

Also, have a spare set of fairings that I painted. Got them off ebay as damaged parts. Just repaired em and repainted. Still needs wetsanded and buffed but will post pics for that once done too.



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Header looks great, not a big fan of the CW pipe, personally.

Your tank grips are installed incorrectly. Looks like they should be turned or maybe even on the opposite side.
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Your tank grips are installed incorrectly. Looks like they should be turned or maybe even on the opposite side.
Grips are where my knees go and serve their purpose Will look at maybe flipping them around, good thing about those grips is the ease of re-application. Thanks!

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I like it, it looks very clean.


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Thanks! Rode it today and sound is amazing, rides great with current reflash + K&N air filter. Got the MWR power up kit but not sure how I can install... Yet another mod in work

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Thanks! Rode it today and sound is amazing, rides great with current reflash + K&N air filter. Got the MWR power up kit but not sure how I can install... Yet another mod in work
I installed it on my Evo I had to pry/remove/break the front of the airbox that is sealed in the shape of the filter, used a thin screwdriver and then it popped up and the filter just goes over the space with the supplied screws.
Whats neat as when you look in the air scoops on the gas tank cover you will be able to see all the way through now.

Hope that helps.

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I installed it on my Evo I had to pry/remove/break the front of the airbox that is sealed in the shape of the filter, used a thin screwdriver and then it popped up and the filter just goes over the space with the supplied screws.
Whats neat as when you look in the air scoops on the gas tank cover you will be able to see all the way through now.

Hope that helps.

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Got it done! Thanks for the tip, didn't look like it was able to pop off.
Did you have to run pcv or bazazz? I had ecu reflashed already.
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Oh yeah I forgot you have to trim all the excess plastic off but I am sure you got it done looks good in the pic. I had the Race ECU because I had the Termis installed and that came with the install. I have talked to people and becasue of my location I have very limited options in that regard. It seems to be runnning fine. But if I had the chance I would get in analyzed.
Your bike looks great by the way.
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How difficult was this? Love the cleaner look. Was it just bolt off then bolt on or more involved, other than any ECU work?
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