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  • Rear exhaust gasket question

    Anyone know if the rear exhaust gasket is installed over the "spigot" looking thingy where it meets the rest of the exhaust -or- is it all the way in at the header area, just like the front
    SOLD! 2002 Suzuki TL1000R - Blue/White
    Two Brothers Exhaust - YAFMS Remap - Ohlins Rear Shock - FSMD Undertail - Rear Hugger - No-Cut Frame Sliders - Custom Airbrushed Solo Tail Cowl


  • #2
    Well kinda both .......The rear has a small 6"-8" part that is bolted to the motor just like the front with a gasket against the motor. The rear part of the header slides over this with a round cylinder type gasket and a t bar clamp. Hope this helps you do have to mechanical joints and two seperate gaskets.
    Lance Seattle, WA.
    Lance Seattle, WA.
    For the cool vids of me and my buddies:
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    • #3
      I just put a new gasket on mine a few weeks ago Crusher. Its real easy just take your time so you dont damage the gasket . I hit the exhaust flange a little to spread it out a little
      Everyone dies but not everyone lives

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      • #4
        Hey stabber, was the the gasket near the motor or near the spigot that connects to the rest of the header?
        SOLD! 2002 Suzuki TL1000R - Blue/White
        Two Brothers Exhaust - YAFMS Remap - Ohlins Rear Shock - FSMD Undertail - Rear Hugger - No-Cut Frame Sliders - Custom Airbrushed Solo Tail Cowl

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        • #5
          Here's a pic Crusher. I have a new gasket (part #6) on the way from Ron Ayers. I was going to replace it if I needed to when I get the M4 from you . If I don't need it I'll send it to you for free so you can replace it on the system I sent you if need be. (doubt you need a new one).
          2001 Suzuki TL1000R:

          Full M4 exhaust w/ Titanium cans
          K&N filter
          Yosh. Box (YAFMS)remap
          OHLINS damper
          +2 AFAM Sprocket
          Corbin seat
          Bike Design no-cut frame protectors
          Bitubo shock
          EBC HH Pads
          Memphis Shades windscreen

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          • #6
            I don't even have that #6 gasket Does it sit outside the pipe, then you tighten it down with the clamp?
            SOLD! 2002 Suzuki TL1000R - Blue/White
            Two Brothers Exhaust - YAFMS Remap - Ohlins Rear Shock - FSMD Undertail - Rear Hugger - No-Cut Frame Sliders - Custom Airbrushed Solo Tail Cowl

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            • #7
              I think it sits between the clamp (part #4 in the pic) and the pipe......I think.......All I know is I sent you everything that was on the rear header that came off when I untightened the clamp. There was nothing else in the small pipe that remained hooked to the header.
              2001 Suzuki TL1000R:

              Full M4 exhaust w/ Titanium cans
              K&N filter
              Yosh. Box (YAFMS)remap
              OHLINS damper
              +2 AFAM Sprocket
              Corbin seat
              Bike Design no-cut frame protectors
              Bitubo shock
              EBC HH Pads
              Memphis Shades windscreen

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              • #8
                It goes on the outside of the spiggot and on the inside of the exhaust pipe that has the cuts on it an a clamp around it. Does that make any sense
                Everyone dies but not everyone lives

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                • #9
                  The same gasket does all that?
                  SOLD! 2002 Suzuki TL1000R - Blue/White
                  Two Brothers Exhaust - YAFMS Remap - Ohlins Rear Shock - FSMD Undertail - Rear Hugger - No-Cut Frame Sliders - Custom Airbrushed Solo Tail Cowl

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                  • #10
                    If you have an aftermarket exhaust full system you will not have that gasket JFYI. My M4 is slip fit with a clamp and I think the yoush system is the same way. If you still have the stock header you should have that gasket.
                    Lance
                    Lance Seattle, WA.
                    For the cool vids of me and my buddies:
                    www.exackley.com/myvids.htm

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