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Discussion in 'Technical' started by Mike manson, Dec 24, 2017.

  1. Mike manson

    Mike manson Active Member

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    I took my pipes off to clean some areas of bike better I noticed there are no gaskets shouldn’t there be my other bikes I’ve owned had them
     
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    Yes, there are flange gaskets, regular or tappered
     
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    Hirter6Pack Not Quite A Guru

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    Sometimes they form in there so good they don't look like there's a gasket.
     
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  4. Mike manson

    Mike manson Active Member

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    I don’t think I have them may be they reason my bike backfire during decel
     
  5. dentdude36

    dentdude36 Guru

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    I would think you would hear major exhaust leak if you didn't have them and the nuts on the studs would be bottomed out to keep them tight post pics of you get a chance
     

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