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post #1 of 12 Old 05-13-2007, 02:18 AM Thread Starter
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shogun frame sliders

Hey everyone. My wife and I just picked up a new zx-6r. I got Shogun frame sliders to go with it and can't seem to figure out the install. Anyone have an idea? Pics would be great. They didnt come with instuctions.

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post #2 of 12 Old 05-13-2007, 02:34 AM
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sell it or return it if u still can..
and get the ones from champ.

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Where do I find the champs? Thanks for the link, thats great.

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Mini, I wouldn't get rid of the Shoguns. I have them and like them a lot. I layed my bike down and they did a really good job of holding up. I bought a new set to go back on there too. As far as the install, sorry I can't help much on the 600. I know where they go for the 10 but not the six. Mine go in to the head mounting bolts if that helps any.
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Hey! I got them in. They look great. I will post picks tomorrow. Thanks for everyone who helped.

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yea they're great......saved me from spending a lot more money than i should have without them
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How to Install.

Here are the Shogun sliders installed. They were a pain but they look good once installed. I had to remove the right side fairing. I also had to buy a bolt remover to get out the allen bolt. If you have any questions post them.
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Hey mini... sorry I've been gone a while but I just saw the pics. I mounted mine on the other side of the fairing than what you did. I'm not sure which is a better position but on the other side of the fairing they did really well for me. Heres what I'm saying on the right side. It looks about the same on the left side.
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Here are the Shogun sliders installed. They were a pain but they look good once installed. I had to remove the right side fairing. I also had to buy a bolt remover to get out the allen bolt. If you have any questions post them.
it looks to me that its not protruted out enough ?

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general rule is 1" - 1-1/2" beyond the outside of the fairing. Generally you see the Shoguns mounted in the position axo250 mounted his. Its the widest point of the frame and engine covers.

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