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Old 03-31-2010, 05:04 PM   #1
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Exhaust Leak

Anyone know a easy way to fix an exhaust leak at the slipon?
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Yep. Most motorcycles have a "gasket" that goes between the head pipe and the slip on. Buy an OEM gasket from your local dealer and install it where it goes.
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Also, you'll get more accurate results if you identify what year, make, and model your motorcycles is. Some of us around here have years of motorcycle parts/service experience and can be quite helpful. . .you have to supply more info though.
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if you can find one small enough (i havent) band clamp or high quality Ubolt and tighten that sucker up
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95 suzuki savage with a screaming eagle slipon.
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I assume your savage is a 650CC? Check out this microfiche and look at part #5. They refer to it as an exhaust connector here, but it may be the gasket you need. I can't tell based on the picture and the description, but I'll keep checking.
http://fiche.ronayers.com/Index.cfm/.../Group/MUFFLER
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