Installation is pretty straightforward and no special tools are required (but it is a bit messy and kind of a pain). On a scale of one to ten—ten being the most difficult—this job is about a 7.5.
You will need to drop your fuel tank for the install, so grab your Bentley Repair Manual and prepare yourself for this rather unpleasant step. If you have not resealed your fuel tank in the recent past, this is a great opportunity to kill two birds with one stone. Our fuel tank reseal kit can be purchased separately below.
Next, remove the four hose clamps that hold the hoses onto the pipes, disconnect the hoses, remove the two wire clips and/or hose clamps securing the pipes to the body, and remove the old pipes. Lay out the four new stainless steel pipe pieces next to the old pipes, and it will be very clear which piece goes where. Join the pipe halves together with new clamps and connection hoses, and install. Make sure to re-attach the rear clip and/or hose clamp, zip ties, and install the old hoses with the new clamps provided--that's it. One tip: Use a little bit of liquid dish soap at all hose-to-pipe connections (NOT grease or oil), and don't tighten any of the hose clamps until all are in place and lightly secured. This will allow you to move the pipes around as needed for best fit.