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This is actually a very simple and easy project, no monstrous mechanics job, in fact we did it in five minutes, though it'll probably be slower first time ...
Well before I begin there are a few legal issues to explain about this, starting with the fact that if an exhaust states "not for road use" it's ...
Starting with the connection to the downpipes undo the collar bolt, just like a big jubillee clip (hose clamp for those that don't know) if you find the ...
Once the collar is free we undo the bolts holding the exhaust to the rear swingarm or chassis, depending on bike design, on this CB500 the bolt goes ...
Now we take our link pipe, if you have a two piece exhaust like this one the link pipe's first, though don't completely tighten the connection yet, leave ...
Slide the can on the the link pipe and line it up with the bolt holes for back end, if it lines up dead on then tighten up ...
Fire the engine up and hold your hand near the exhaust at the points of connection to check for gas leaks, though if you feel anything before taking ...
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