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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-27-2009, 07:02 PM Thread Starter
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did u use antiseize when u instaled it? it might just be burning it off. give it a few rides it should go away. my arrow pipe did the same thing.
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nope, no anti anything. what could be burning? The baffling material?

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nope, no anti anything. what could be burning? The baffling material?
yes its probably part of the baffling material ... breaking in if you will.


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yeah there might be a "coating" on the baffels. the best thing to do is ride it and let ur bike get very hot. it will burn off.
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That is normal man after riding for a few days that will go away. My exhaust did the same thing I think after 2-3 days the smoke went away.

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my leo did it a lil bit but not that much.
I remember my friend's Akra was like that when he first got it.

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Thats normal mang. My Arata did the same.
When I bought my bike new...the stock exhaust smoked the same.






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its normal bro, dont sweat it.

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