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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-28-2013, 02:29 PM Thread Starter
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Exhaust leak Solution?

i have an 08 cbr600rr and it has an exhaust leak at the connection of oem headers and a 2 brother slip on. i have tried to tighten the clamp down and **** but it still has that leak. would it a good idea to use some kind of high temp sealant? if not please explain why and give me another option

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Hi-temp gasket sealer will work just fine.




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Hi-temp gasket sealer will work just fine.
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i recently got into an accident where a car hit me while turning. i have your leds in my peg and the peg is bent is there anyway to fix that bend? or will i need to get a whole new one? thank you.

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Yep the orange copper stuff works great

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I've used Red Permatex in the past, worked fine.
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