I just installed one of the Tyga huggers yesterday. You will have to drill (3) holes in it but it's easy once you find the exact location. What I did to install it on my '04 was build up some masking tape layers on the bottom of the hugger where the brake line boss is as well as the other side where there is a rivet hole in the swingarm. I put the rivet (without the locking pin) in that hole so there would be something to transfer the location. Then, put the hugger in place on the swingarm and press down firmly where the rivet and the brake line boss is. Carefully pull the hugger back out and you should see the round impressions in the masking tape that show you exactly where to drill. Match the size of the hole in the hose clamp and the rivet hole (they are different sizes) and your almost done. Finally, use the aluminum clamp for the hose to show you the location of the last hole beside the one on the right side. It lets the little tab on the clamp drop in and lock in position. Finally, remove the supplied tape, drop it back in place and lock it in. Very secure and takes about 30 minutes if you take your time and doublecheck everything. Also, put tape on both sides of the carbon fiber before you drill to help keep it from chipping or fraying. BTW, I pulled the trigger the week before he put them on sale so grab one before they go back up....
'04 Nicky Hayden
Flapper/PAIR Mod-Ladybird Full Ti Moto-GP -w- Long Cans-Proton Flushmount LEDs
HotBodies Undertail-Tyga CF Hugger-HEL Lines
Custom plate mount w integrated LED brake light
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