Ah, I see. Nope, no instructions 🤷🏽♂️ Looks easy enough I guess
Looking at the picture where it is fitted to the bike closely, it looks like the plate with the two holes secures to the base of the engine,
No dash errors. I clipped on a Servo Buddy and all appears to be good. As for the mounting, I think what K Speed meant by "use the bolt with the shock absorber" was to use the bolt that was previously connecting the muffler to the frame, which works fine. I ended up just picking up 3 extra bolts from the local hardware store, as the ones they provided for the clamps to go around the carbon part of the muffler were pretty short. Other than that it was all super easy and intuitiveYeah....that is what it should look like! wow! what was the mounting solution? any dash errors?
Scale of 1-10.....like 100! I actually jumped a little when I first pulled the throttle. If you like loud rumble, you will love it. I did ask K Speed about db killers and they said that they used to offer them but don't any longer due to customer complaints. So I may look to see if a local shop can make a removable option (maybe, but not in any hurry). Overall I am very happy with the product. It looks great, sounds just like a wanted, and lets me see that rear wheel all open.It cleans up the look of the bike so much. such a great upgrade!! how much louder is she now? thank for all the information and updates on this project. you are really making me look forward to getting the same!