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One thing to keep in mind. If you still have the oem exhausts on the 2010 Z, do not leave the spools in while riding. They will hit the bottom of your cans, denting the exhaust and possibly ruining the hole the spools screw into.
 

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One thing to keep in mind. If you still have the oem exhausts on the 2010 Z, do not leave the spools in while riding. They will hit the bottom of your cans, denting the exhaust and possibly ruining the hole the spools screw into.
Good to hear that I am not the only one, as I fitted a set of Evotec ones and for a week I thought the roads were really bumpy as the bike was jumping around all over the place!!!! Until I saw 2 nasty dents underneath the slip-ons...DERRRRRRRR
 

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One thing to keep in mind. If you still have the oem exhausts on the 2010 Z, do not leave the spools in while riding. They will hit the bottom of your cans, denting the exhaust and possibly ruining the hole the spools screw into.

hhmmmm....
didn't know there was a clearance issue. thanks.
 

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One thing to keep in mind. If you still have the oem exhausts on the 2010 Z, do not leave the spools in while riding. They will hit the bottom of your cans, denting the exhaust and possibly ruining the hole the spools screw into.
My left hand can was a bit close, so I just undid the exhaust clamp & hangar, Rotated the can for clearance & tightened it all up. No problems!
Note though, my spools are fairly short at 30mm overal length.
Still a good thing to watch out for though.
You would think they would have thought of this in the design stage as they put the mounts for spools on!
 
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