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Step 1:
Remove existing arms
Step 2:
Add spacer provided-an O ring is placed here.


Step 3: Add the cast down arm and tighten bolt. The shifter should move forward and rearward without hitting the frame holding the floorboard. The arm rearward should clear the frame about 1/16.

Note: adjustment here can be done from the upper linkage to achieve the proper gap. Test the shift in both directions before proceeding.


Steps 4&5:
Drill two 3/8 holes in floorboards (there are two small holes on the later style floorboards to guide this)


Step 6:
Wedge open the upper footrest and insert the short bolt and two (2) large diameter washers through each of the holes you have drilled.


Step 7:
Shows the cut-out required for an ultra faring installation


Step 9: Add the L-brackets to each bolt and use the Black flange nuts to tighten the L-brackets. The L-bracket should have a slight interference as you tighten the bolts and nuts.

Step 10: Add the levers using the shoulder bolts and nuts attached to the levers. For all kits the rear lever is mounted inside .

On all bikes the front lever bolts on the opposite side of the L-bracket as shown


The rear lever is mounted inside as shown here.

Step 11: Add the linkages to each lever. The rear linkage assembly is closest to the cast arm. This is the longer rod. The shorter rod assay is bolted outboard at the center and attaches to the forward lever. The adjustment of the levers is done from the center bolt position.

To the center bolt add the lock washer and the flat washer before installing through the two ball joints of the linkage assemblies. The shifting of the bike was tested in step 3. The comfort and ease for your foot is adjusted next.


Step 12:
Shorten or lengthen the link assemblies as necessary after you have re-installed your foot pegs onto the new shift levers. Retighten all bolts and nuts and go ride!


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