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Old Apr 4th 2013, 10:34 PM   #1
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How to install your own Termi Exhaust

I can't take responsibility for the video, but I found it and did want to share the knowledge.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?client=mv...&rdm=mkqu3c6i3

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Old Jun 15th 2013, 09:56 PM   #3
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Video was helpful, but too bad the manifold that came with my termi's is bent out of shape which prevents the muffler from slipping on!

Need to find a way to make the manifold round. Ugh, so annoying!
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Old Jun 21st 2013, 02:30 PM   #4
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So my 1199 R is in right now for 1st service and Termi install

They quoted me 3 hours of labor for the install (gave me dealer cost $65/hr)

I just called, their Master Mechanic has been working on the install for 7 hours so far today - am i missing something?

It certainly was more than slip-ons with pipes etc.. but this seems too long
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Old Jun 21st 2013, 02:31 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by MrNeutron View Post
So my 1199 R is in right now for 1st service and Termi install

They quoted me 3 hours of labor for the install (gave me dealer cost $65/hr)

I just called, their Master Mechanic has been working on the install for 7 hours so far today - am i missing something?

It certainly was more than slip-ons with pipes etc.. but this seems too long
IT's rough man. I did my own as well. And that's if nothing goes wrong... As you can see, I needed to buy a torch, nut extractor, and taps in addition to tools I already had.

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Old Jun 21st 2013, 02:33 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by MrNeutron View Post
So my 1199 R is in right now for 1st service and Termi install

They quoted me 3 hours of labor for the install (gave me dealer cost $65/hr)

I just called, their Master Mechanic has been working on the install for 7 hours so far today - am i missing something?

It certainly was more than slip-ons with pipes etc.. but this seems too long
Are they still only charging you for 3 hrs??? and that labour rate is the lowest I think I have ever seen....
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Are they still only charging you for 3 hrs??? and that labour rate is the lowest I think I have ever seen....
IIRC the slips are a 3 hour by the book.
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Old Jun 21st 2013, 02:36 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by TransNone13 View Post
IIRC the slips are a 3 hour by the book.
Oh..my bad I thought he was getting the complete system... I agree by the way..its a bitch of a job... $65 an hour is still very good though....
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Are they still only charging you for 3 hrs??? and that labour rate is the lowest I think I have ever seen....
They are! Good dealership

Normal labor rate was $95/hr
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Yeah, took me 3 for when I did my own slips before the full. I thought he was talking full as well initially.
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