If anyone wants to see how it looks on the bike (including all other genuine Yamaha alu parts), take a look at this link (page 88).
The part in the listing isn't the complete tail for the FZ6, and it has been welded/sanded to get a 1-piece look :spank:
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Or maybe we could do a continental meeting, e.g. At Yamaha Europe, Yamaha USA, ... :D (it would be easier to get at that place with your bike, instead of shipping it across the world :eek:)
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And if you don't have a center stand (like me), you could use the long version of the mover:
Or you could buy a pair of Moovamoto movable paddock stands.... (great concept, though maybe a bit pricey for a paddock)
Or maybe a rear wheel moto mover? :don'tknow:
Yeah, we all know we're very special :cheer:
FZ6-forum.com really is the biggest and best online community/family!! :rockon:
Maybe we should need a global meeting at some time??? :BLAA:
Imagine that :drool:
If you need to let one of the bikes go due to space restriction..... Have you considered buying/building an extra parking shed or carport?? :ban::BLAA:
That way you can keep both your bikes! :thumbup:
It really is a tough call though. The FZ6 is capable of almost everything, but being a...
:welcome: to our family!! :BLAA:
That's a great bike you've got! :thumbup: Too bad you didn't buy a silver one, as they're the best/fastest :Flip::Flash:
That bonneville looks great also! :drool:
And what about those trucks? Show us your babies :BLAA:
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Those 2 Belgian MEPs better don't come close to any bike event... :eek::mad:
It's just another way to rip people off :mad:
No way I will get in line for inspection! Sometimes it takes over 2-3hours (e.g. In Ghent) to get through the waiting cue with your car :eek: Couple that with our...
Hmm, I'm curious what will happen with all the more "extensive" mods on motorcycles, e.g. Fork swaps or HID retrofits (like my projector retrofit)...
If it will be like our car inspections, you won't be able to mod anything anymore :mad:
At least we'll have some extra time, as it won't be before...
The dB-killers are indeed held in with a single rivet (or bolt) per silencer.
You can clearly see their location at the installation schematic.
If they are rivets, just gently drill them out (be carefull not to ream the hole in the silencer. Use a vice grip to clamp the dB-killer and pull it out...