Thought it would be a lot harder that it was. It took longer to take the fairings off than to install the pipe!
What you get in a slip on box - different for Hindle and Gianelli as the mid pipe must be purchased separately.
Remove lower fairings
Loosen and remove lower clamp. Once loose, unscrew can from rear pegs if that's where it's attached.
Attach midpipe, tighten clamp slightly (should still be moveable), and attach spring
Attach can clamp, align everything so the swingarm doesn't hit any part of the exhaust on compression. Once your satisfied tighten the lower clamp and the can clamp to specs.
Reattach all fairings and your done.
Total time: maybe 30 minutes, less if your bike doesn't have a million fasteners like mine.
Hope this helps any less mechanically inclined people to do their own work. Save some money too.