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    Re: SW-Motech centerstand install

    Well, I did recieve the correct parts. Thanks to Skinny for pointing out that I probably had them on backwards. I talked to Twistedthrottle again today, and they confirmed that I was probably putting the parts on the wrong sides. I assumed I was just being a retard, but when I went back to install it today, sure enough the instructions are backwards.

    I edited my first post and added some more pics. Anyway, i hope this helps anyone who is thinking about getting one of these stands.


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    Re: SW-Motech centerstand install

    That looks pretty good. May have to think about one of those.

    off topic, what rear hugger/chain guard is that?
    08' S3 Black

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    Re: SW-Motech centerstand install

    Quote Originally Posted by listo
    That looks pretty good. May have to think about one of those.

    off topic, what rear hugger/chain guard is that?
    I ordered it from Jack lilley. i don't think they have the same one listed anymore, but they have a similar one. It was about $300 a year ago, before the dollar really took a dump. It may be more now.

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    Re: SW-Motech centerstand install

    ground clearance affected much?...cornering?...looks nice to use

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtMcGirt
    ground clearance affected much?...cornering?...looks nice to use
    It looks like the footpegs will drag before the stand does. I haven't heard of anyone dragging one yet.

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    Re: SW-Motech centerstand install

    Mine didn't give me any problems at Deal's Gap or on two different trackdays. My bike has slowly tipped over a few times (2x by wife, 1 by me when my pantleg caught on a rainy downhill stop). I didn't notice the stand touching on any of those occasions.

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    Re: SW-Motech centerstand install

    It's really not hard to install. I did my first one by myself, I got help with the second one as I was still healing up from a broken collar bone & shoulder blade. Just figure out which link goes where before you start to install it. You can slide them over the ends of the stock bolts just to eyeball where everything goes. No one has ever reported dragging one. It could be a tad shorter which would then take less effort to get the bike up on the stand but it works well. Should have been stock.

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    Re: SW-Motech centerstand install

    Thanks for posting all the pics!! I'll be installing mine this weekend.

    Cheers,

    Joe

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    Re: SW-Motech centerstand install

    Was the spring hard to install? Was a spring-install tool needed?

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    Re: SW-Motech centerstand install

    Quote Originally Posted by Donkeyman
    Was the spring hard to install? Was a spring-install tool needed?
    I just used a visegrip to pull the spring and a screwdriver to lever it over the peg.

 

 
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