Install the separate rear LV piece to the rear header next. Again use some WD 40 and a rubber hammer to ensure good solid fitment. Try to align the spring brackets of the two pipes to ensure proper alignment.
Take the bracket you uninstalled from the left side of the bike and pull off the black threaded piece from it and put it on the bracket on the right side of the bike. The LV actually comes with a separate bracket you can use but I decided to use the OEM piece since it looked nicer to me. And it has rubber pieces that help with vibrations.
Once you have the bracket on the right side ready you can install the actual LV unit onto the bike. Start with the front header first (don’t forget the metal OEM gasket). Once the front header is on loosely, slowly bring up the rear resonator part of the LV and gently work it into the part of the LV that is connected to the rear header. Don’t forget the supplied metal clamp. Once the LV midpipe is in place you will notice that all the brackets line up perfectly! Now tighten the clamp, the three 10 mm nuts holding the front header, and install the supplied LV springs.
Now that the actual header is on, its time to eliminate any possible error codes that may arise from not having the exhaust flapper cable. For this I will only demonstrate what I did on one side of the bike but you need to apply it to both sides.
First uninstall the rear right and left fenders. There are 6 bolts to take off as shown by arrows on both sides. Gently take off the fenders and this is what you should be looking at once you’re done.
I’m guessing this is the voltage regulator rectifier. Uninstall the regulator and its bracket behind it. Two bolts hold each one.