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Old 09-16-2012, 09:19 PM   #1
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Exclamation Exhaust problem!

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Usually there is a gasket between the header and the block. Prob exact gases leaking out.

Need gasket
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Old 09-16-2012, 09:54 PM   #3
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That's what I am thinking. I figured out the speed problem and fixed it. Stupid me accidently got the air filter wet. Now I need to buy a new air filter and a gasket. Where should I buy the gasket from?
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What brand scooter is it?
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Its a Jonway SUNL 150-18b
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Nm haven't found it yet
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I've found a handful of gaskets that will prob work online, they don't specify the size of scooter range. Only the brand of scooter.
Need you to measure the diameter of the recessed area that the gasket sits in.
Also with the diameter we might be able to match one from what we have in stock from spares.
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I've found a handful of gaskets that will prob work online, they don't specify the size of scooter range. Only the brand of scooter.
Need you to measure the diameter of the recessed area that the gasket sits in.
Also with the diameter we might be able to match one from what we have in stock from spares.
I found this online. This part is for the bike, but I don't see why its triangular and three holes. You think this will work?
http://www.motosportsparts.com/s.nl/it.A/id.7542/.f
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Just use high temp RTV
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I found this online. This part is for the bike, but I don't see why its triangular and three holes. You think this will work?
http://www.motosportsparts.com/s.nl/it.A/id.7542/.f
No that's not even for your bike, you need a circle donut gasket, if you can't measure the diameter then bring it by the shop and I'll measure it for you and see if we have one in stock for you that will work.
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Just use high temp RTV
That won't work because theirs no gasket to bridge the gap.
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No that's not even for your bike, you need a circle donut gasket, if you can't measure the diameter then bring it by the shop and I'll measure it for you and see if we have one in stock for you that will work.
Thanks, but I picked up a gasket maker applied it let it set and it sounds normal now. We'll see if it remains this way.
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most likely wont. it gets pretty hot around there... for my egr block offs i used a section off of an automotive exhaust manifold gasket, then trim to fit. works great. although you really need the donut.
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Thanks, but I picked up a gasket maker applied it let it set and it sounds normal now. We'll see if it remains this way.
My guess is that there is supposed to be a soft steel or copper gasket to fit that recess. Good luck with your patch job.

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You can form a circle of 12 guage,solid copper wire to fit in that counterbore.
I've done it before, it does work.
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