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Jardine RT1 Carbon duel exhaust packing.

I pulled the packing out of my Jardine and noticed that the exhaust end is burnt more than the mid pipe side. The other aluminum slip-ones I have had wore out from the mid pipe back.

Is this normal?

What packing do you guys recommend?

Anything special about how it should be repacked because of the carbon and Y pipe?
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Search OTF, recent thread about steelwool vs fiberglass packing.

Think it was a Yoshi.....
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Packed it as per normal exhaust, had to add a few small pieces due to the Y pipe but seemed to work OK.

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