just had a look at it... there's these clips connecting the bolts inside the guard, if i undid the bolts the clips would fall out and i'd never get em back on without takin the wheel off.... looks like wheel off is the best way....
just got the carbon tyga front guard, really wanted to install it wiv out takin the wheel off coz i dont have a front stand..
dayeve - hmm.. not really rocket science... just pain the arse :-/
take the wheel off....it will take you an extra 20 mins and save you a new carbon front guard........
the carbon is quite rigid and plus with the bits on the tyga guard that cover the forks, you will have next to no chance of getting it on.
a stock guard is hard enough to put on without damaging it in some way let alone the tyga one...
i put a plank of wood under the exhaust and jacked off it an got my mate to balance it why i did everything, screw letting him touch it he tends to brake things. (not sure if this is advised but it worked for me)
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