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Lightbulb Frame Sliders '07 ninja 600. - September 14, 2008, 01:44 PM

Hi all, I got a set of frame sliders and I don't know how to start. The left side looks easy but right one it looks like I may need to remove the fairing. Need tips please. I do not want pay $200.00 at the dealership for a 30 min work, I heard.
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Hi all, I got a set of frame sliders and I don't know how to start. The left side looks easy but right one it looks like I may need to remove the fairing. Need tips please. I do not want pay $200.00 at the dealership for a 30 min work, I heard.
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BTW I got the SHOGUN set (no cut required).
Those have the offset pieces of hardware that bolt to the engine mount.
The reason for them is the engine mount is behind the panel so the panel needs removing.
Remove the engine mount and attach the offset brackets. Reinstall the panel and bolt the slider to that new piece of hardware.


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September 14, 2008, 03:28 PM

you can loosen the fairing, but you'll need a impact wrench to pull the bolt out of the frame. I had VonDari to do it.

I'd take it by RnR. I'm not sure how much they'll charge, but I doubt it will be $200.

It's about a 45 min job.
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September 14, 2008, 03:40 PM

What they say about a big enough lever and you can move the world.
It has lock tight on it and the tq is usually in the 80-90ft lb range. If you have something to slide over the wrench to make it 3 ft or so it will be very easy. The wait to get into a shop alone is often worth doing it yourself.!


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September 14, 2008, 05:17 PM

I hit the right one with some WD40/ silly cone spray B4 I hit it with the impact....just get somebody to break the right side loose for ya....any mech could do it....the rest can be done by hand...
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September 14, 2008, 05:57 PM

Thank you guys. I'll try. It seems that I have all the tools that the job will require. The engine bolt it is exposed and I can get to it on the left side, but the right it is underneath the plastic, that could be more time. Thank you everybody again. If I can't do it, I will need somebody that can do it as a side job. I'll let you know guys anyway.
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