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Hey everyone, I am new to the forum and I want to learn as much as this forum will allow. Right now I have a 2008 zx6r fully stock and want to make a few upgrades. I have bought a Yoshimura rs-5 slip-on, K&N air filter, and a Power Commander V to start out. I'm asking around to hear from other riders who has experience with installing these parts (the air filter I can handle.lol). I would be interested in learning any tips, tricks, resources, do's and don't's that will help me better understand how to correctly install these parts.
 

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Hey everyone, I am new to the forum and I want to learn as much as this forum will allow. Right now I have a 2008 zx6r fully stock and want to make a few upgrades. I have bought a Yoshimura rs-5 slip-on, K&N air filter, and a Power Commander V to start out. I'm asking around to hear from other riders who has experience with installing these parts (the air filter I can handle.lol). I would be interested in learning any tips, tricks, resources, do's and don't's that will help me better understand how to correctly install these parts.
It looks like a nice bike. Not sure exactly what info you're looking for, but I'm sure there are plenty of people here who can help you out with just about whatever you need.

I will say, if it were me, I'd put stainless brake lines higher on the list than the PC5.
 

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I have the 07 which is the same bike and the slip on is extremely easy to install! Just take of the passenger seat and that whole back fairing. Under the right side there is a clamp you need to loose. Before you take the two bolts under the passenger seat off that all u need to take the stock exhaust off lol
 

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Both the exhaust and the PC5 should be coming with instructions....start there and if it does not make sense ask away. But it should be fairly straight forward so I don't think you will have issues. Just be patient and take your time following the steps. :)
 

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Thanks for the replies! I will definitely take my time with everything.

@FelixtheCat Thanks for the tip. I'll remember that when I start.

@Mft624 I'm not sure I understand what you mean by "airbox". Are you referring to the K&N filter?
 
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