2003-5 Yamaha YZF600 R6 Race & N/C Street Frame Sliders Install Instructions

Please read all instructions before beginning work! These frame sliders are designed to fit specific engine mounts of your Yamaha R6. This kit has separate left and right pieces (left and right while sitting on the bike). It is highly recommended that you refer to your service manual before performing this installation. If you are unsure about the tightening torque, here are some standard torque settings to serve as a guide.

Included in the N/C kit:
(1) Heat treated hex head bolt m10 x 70mm 1.25 pitch / (2) in Race kit
(2) M10 Zinc Plated Washers
(2) Anodized Aluminum bushings (pressed into plastic)
(2) Delrin Frame Sliders
(1) Aluminum Bracket (Right Side Street Kit Only),
(1) Heat treated hex head bolt m10 x 35mm 1.25 pitch
(1) M10x50mm 1.25 Pitch Steel Bolt (Right Side Street Kit Only).
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INSTRUCTIONS:
Before beginning make sure pinch bolts are tight to prevent engine movement.
1. Remove the right-side engine mount bolt (forward lower mount).
2. Install the slider using the bolt and washer (under bolt head) supplied in this kit. *See 'Fairing Modifications' below.
3. Tighten the engine mount bolt to the factory specifications - DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.
4. Remove the left-side frame mount bolt (middle mount - black frame).
5. Install the left slider using the bolt supplied in this kit. NO FAIRING MODIFICATION SHOULD BE REQUIRED FOR LEFT SLIDER INSTALLATION.*
6. Tighten the engine mount bolt to the factory specifications - DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.

* If you are using race bodywork, follow the same procedure for both sliders. See fairing modification below.



If you have the Street Kit
1. Remove the right-side engine mount bolt (forward lower mount).
2. Install the shorter slider to the supplied bracket with the short 35mm steel fine pitch bolt (Right Side Street Kit Only)
3. Install the bracket using the 50mm bolt supplied in this kit.
4. Tighten the engine mount bolt to the factory specifications - DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.
5. Remove the left-side frame mount bolt (middle mount - black frame).
6. Install the left slider using the bolt supplied in this kit. NO FAIRING MODIFICATION SHOULD BE REQUIRED FOR LEFT SLIDER INSTALLATION.*
7. Tighten the engine mount bolt to the factory specifications - DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.

FAIRING MODIFICATIONS If you have the race kit, install the right side slider bolt without the slider.  Engage only a few threads and re-install the fairing to mark the inside of the fairing for the pilot hole.  We sometimes coat the head of the socket screw with a non permanent marker or place some putty on the inside of the fairing so the the screw will make a mark or an indentation.  Once the center of the bolt location on the fairing is determined, it is suggested that you drill a small pilot hole to locate the engine mount. Once you have found the center, use a hole saw and cut a hole approximately 38 mm in diameter. Edges can be filed for perfect fit, or inaccuracies in drilling. We have found that placing masking tape on the area helps protect from scratches, cracks, etc.


  Loctite is recommended on all bolts before tightening to prevent lose of slider/s from vibration.

Yamaha 2006-07 R6 [No-Cut] Frame Slider Installation

Please read all instructions before beginning work! These frame sliders are designed to fit specific engine mounts of your 2006-07 Yamaha R6. This kit has separate left and right pieces (left and right while sitting on the bike).  It is highly recommended that you refer to your service manual before performing this installation.  If you are unsure about the tightening torque, check your motorcycle's manual.
RIGHT SIDE INSTALLATION
1)     Please be sure the motorcycle is cooled down and safe to work on.
2)     Remove the mid fairing from the right side of the motorcycle.
3)     Remove the bolt, shown in the photo, from the right side of the motorcycle.
4)     Place the small flat washer onto the 9Omm hex bolt.   Slide the bolt and washer through the frame saver.
5)     Slide the short aluminum spacer onto the bolt
6)     Apply a thread locking compound onto the threads of the bolt. Place the frame slider assembly into the vacated hole
        and torque to 4ONrn/28.8 ft lbs.
7)     Re-install the mid fairing.
8)     Be sure to periodically check the torque of the bolts.


LEFT SIDE INSTALLATION
1)      Remove the mid fairing from the left side of the motorcycle
2)      Remove the bolt from the left side of the motorcycle.
3)      Apply a thread-lock compound onto the threads of the 7Omm bolt. Use the 7Omm bolt to install the bracket onto the frame as shown in the photo. Torque bolt to    4ONrn/28.8 ft lbs.
4)     Place a small flat washer onto the 7Omm hex bolt and slide bolt and washer into the frame saver.
5)     Slide the long aluminum insert onto the bolt
6)     Apply a thread-lock compound onto the threads of the bolt.  Install the frame slider assembly onto the bracket and torque to 4ONrn/28.8 ft lbs.  DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN
7)     Re-install the mid-fairing.
8)     Be sure to periodically check the torque of the bolts.
Loctite is recommended on all bolts before tightening to prevent lose of slider/s from vibration.
        
Included:
(1) Slider, w/cut (right Side) & (1) Slider, un-cut (left side), (2) Bolts M10 X 1.25 X 70mm x 1.25mm,
(1) Bolt M10 X 1.25 X 90mm, (1) Billet Aluminum Bracket, (2) Aluminum Inserts, (2) 10mm Washers


Yamaha  '98-'99 YZF-1000 R-1
The frame sliders are mounted to the upper engine mounts.  The fairings require modification during installation.  This is best done by first removing the fairing.  Locate the engine mount bolt & replace with the supplied bolt.  If heat shield foam is notpresent, apply playdough to inside fairing where cutting will take place.  Put the fairing back and see where the bolt headhas left an impression in playdough/heat foam.  This is the center of the hole to be drilled.  Mask outside of fairing with tape to prevent chipping during drilling.  Take 2" hole saw and center around bolt head impression in playdough.  Drill throughfairing.  Lightly file down rough edges around hole.  Install short slider and replace the fairings.  Only the right side needsmodifications. 
      
Includes: (2) Acetal pucks with aluminum bushings                  (1) 12mm x 1.25 x 80mm bolt (right side & short puck)                  (1) 10mm x 1.25 x 70mm bolt (left side & long puck)



Yamaha        2004-06 YZF-1000 R-1
The frame sliders are mounted to the upper engine mounts. The fairings do not require modification during installation.
 Remove the right side engine mount bolt.  Install either piece of plastic using bolt supplied in this kit.  Tighten the engine
mount bolt to the factory specs.  DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.  Remove the left side engine mount bolt.  Install the other slider
using bolt supplied in the kit.  Tighten to factory specs.   Includes: (2) Acetal pucks with aluminum bushings (identical)
                (2) 10mm x 1.25 x 120mm bolt (both sides same)



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SLIDER INSTALLATION pt.I
Yamaha 1999-02 YZF600R-6 Delrin Frame Slider Installation

The frame sliders are mounted to the upper engine mounts.  The fairings require modification during installation.  This is best done by first removing the fairing.  Locate the engine mount bolt & replace with the supplied bolt.  If heat shield foam is not present, apply playdough to inside fairing where cutting will take place.  Put the fairing back and see where the bolt head has left an impression in playdough/heat foam.  This is the center of the hole to be drilled.  Mask outside of fairing with tape to prevent chipping during drilling.  Take 2" hole saw and center around bolt head impression in playdough.  Drill through fairing.  Lightly file down rough edges around hole.  Install protector and replace the fairings. 

Includes the bolts: (2)12mm x 1.25 pitch x 90mm & bushings.
3. Tighten the engine mount bolt to the factory specifications - DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. Loctite is recommended.
4. Loosen the pinch bolt on the right side.
5. Remove the right side engine mount bolt.
6. Install the shorter slider using the new 10 x 90mm bolt supplied in this kit and the washer. No fairing modification should be necessary on this side.
7. Tighten the engine mount bolt to the factory specifications - DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. Loctite is recommended.
8. Tighten the pinch bolt to the factory specifications.

* FAIRING MODIFICATIONS If you have the race kit, it is suggested that you drill a small pilot hole to locate the engine mount. Once you have found the center, use a hole saw and cut a hole approximately 1 7/8" in diameter. Edges can be filed for perfect fit, or inaccuracies in drilling. We have found that placing masking tape on the area helps protect from scratches, cracks, etc
. Loctite is recommended on all bolts before tightening to prevent lose of slider/s from vibration.
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