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Ok, so I couldn't resist taking the Db killers out of my new Zard low. The sound is f***ing awesome. Unfortunately it's too awesome, I think I'll end up getting pinged for being too loud. Getting the snap clips out was easy, getting them back in is proving to be a challenge. Any tips?
 

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Long needle nose pliers - with the tips filed down. They work much better than the supplied tool, IMO.

I had a Zard for evaluation before settling on the Remus instead - and I couldn't resist hearing it without the DB Killers either. At the end of the day, it was too loud for my tastes - as is the Remus in the same condition.
 

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I used needle nose pliers to get them out but had difficulty in getting them back in using them. I had a pair of circlip pliers with interchangeable heads but they were too short. In the end I got these circlip pliers and they worked just fine


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