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post #11 of 42 Old 11-14-2012, 09:50 PM
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Your supposed to take the factory exhaust gaskets out...

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thanks for ur reply
what do you mean by each pass? are you lining up one header at a time? and then going back over adjusting the header pipe next to it? are you putting the flanges on each port coming out the engine each pass or are you just ling up the pipes?

Yes do one at a time. Do not try to get any one on all at once. Get one on the threads, then the next, then the next, then try to get the last one on the threads. Not all the way butted up to the head, just closer into position than it was before. Then come back to the first one you put on and adjust it a little, try to find a little play in it, don't necessarily push it on further just try to make it feel loose. Go to the next one and then the next. Keep massaging it until it slides on freely. Again, do not force it.


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Your supposed to take the factory exhaust gaskets out...
This is VERY important.
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post #13 of 42 Old 11-15-2012, 12:03 AM Thread Starter
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Your supposed to take the factory exhaust gaskets out...
...Oh shit.... Does that come out when u take the stock header? Or do I have to pry it out of the manifold ? Is that u the pipes are rubbing the fan
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...Oh shit.... Does that come out when u take the stock header? Or do I have to pry it out of the manifold ? Is that u the pipes are rubbing the fan
There should be a single round gasket for every cylinder. It can get stuck to the head. They should, however, come out easily once you realize they are there.
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post #15 of 42 Old 11-15-2012, 12:36 AM
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I just went and looked at my spare parts, as I keep everything that I have taken off of my bike, and I could not find any gaskets. Someone else may need to chime in on this. It has been so long since I did this but I do seem to remember this being an issue...
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...Oh shit.... Does that come out when u take the stock header? Or do I have to pry it out of the manifold ? Is that u the pipes are rubbing the fan
Use a flathead to get them out. And yes that's why its rubbing.

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Damn just when I thought I had it together....failure looms, guess its time to tear it down again
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Use some red high temp silicone around each collar that goes into each exhaust port on the head to prevent small leaks

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Oh yea and looking back I wish I would have spent the $100 to have them ceramic coated

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i swear this yoshi has been the biggest pain! im just clean em with rubbing alcohol so they dont start looking awful
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