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Ok. I got a Two Brothers Racing slip on exhaust. Im a newbie to biking and so have limited experience with taking apart bikes. Now, the package never came with bolts or any adapters. Just the canister. When I took off my stock canister, there was absolutely no way that the new canister would fit where the old canister was. The thing never came with instructions. Am I missing pieces or am I doing something wrong?
 

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[quote The thing never came with instructions.[/quote]

Check Two Brothers web site you should find installation instructions there or call them. I've found their customer support to be very good.
 

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What year is the bike? That will determine if it is a bolt-on or slip-on.

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Whats the difference between bolt on and slip on? Its a slip on (says so on the box). I ride an 02 by the way.
 

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If the exhaust on the bike was stock, then a slipon wont work..
The pre 03 bikes used a bolt-on method, you'll notice your origional can has 3 bolts to hold it on.

Slip on's dont use any bolts, they use springs to hold them on.

So, if you only ordered a slipon can, with no pipe to go along with it, you're out of luck :( You'll need to switch it for a bolton, or get the rest of the system designed for that slipon can

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Check out this thread for an explanation of SLIP ON vs. BOLT ON exhaust...

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