kerer 6-2 on 79 cbx


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Re: kerer 6-2 on 79 cbx

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AshishNJ wrote:Thanks . How do remove the cap from exhaust outlet? I removed the bolt but it is not budging out
The end cap and baffle come out as a single unit, at the same time, together, connected, all at once. After you remove the screw, tap it out from the front or pull it out from the rear.

Tapping the top of the perforated baffle or if you can hook it from the the cap end and pull, the baffle will pop out the end cap and the baffle will follow.

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Re: kerer 6-2 on 79 cbx

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I had to use copious amounts of Kroil and a slide hammer to get the baffles out of mine.
They did not have the front piece of pipe attached to the baffle.

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I am trying everything :) . They are in there for a while and don’t want to leave easy . Not giving up yet. Is the packing I listed in thread available at revzilla any good ?

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AshishNJ wrote:I am trying everything :) . They are in there for a while and don’t want to leave easy . Not giving up yet. Is the packing I listed in thread available at revzilla any good ?
Yes it's fine, most M/C dealers who sell accessories have it, sometimes it's in the dirt bike section of the store.

You may have to resort to the slide hammer technique Steve mentioned! Or the poor mans version, get a long nail or piece of rod, sharpen, then bend the tip at a 90, insert it through the end cap and onto the perforated portion of the baffle, hook the baffle and then clamp a good sized Vicegrip wrench to the rod or nail and hit the wrench with a mallet a couple times .

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Thanks for the tip. One is out, next to other one. Left it standing with some wd40 . Hopefully will loosen up

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how much length of packing should I use ? packing comes in 11x16x1" size. is 16" long or I have to cover entire perforation ? Thanks

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