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Could somebody please take a picture of where the headers end, and the mid pipe starts.
And please with a straight reference, like a straight Allen key e.g.


I am in doubt if mine ends too far in under the swingarm.

I have 2 end-cans, both hits swingarm.
(I used a 5mm. Allen key in the picture.)

(I can twist the mid pipe more, anti clockwise, so it can be installed. But then it just hits the swingarm)

(When the buttyfly valve, got removed by previous owner, he might have bent something or fucked something up, I don't know.
That's why I would like a picture of the angles on one where swingarm and end can does not kiss.)
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Maybe a dumb question, but have you rotated the link pipe to different positions?

it does look like the exhaust header exit is too far to the inside, you might have to have a muffler shop bend the link pipe some more to fit.
 

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I have turned linkpipe in all possible positions.

Whether or not header is too far in under the swingarm is my question :)

Are you sure they can just bent it, and make a good result from bending that type of iron? :)
 
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