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nickname89 May 16th 2018 06:15 PM

Question for those with Termi front-exit exhaust
 
When I bought my Termi front-exit exhaust, it came basically fully assembled. The one thing I did notice, and it slipped my mind to check while installing, was that each canister was able to rotate at the point where they connected to the Y-pipe. This was necessary so they could fit into place for the support bolts, but then I forgot to check if they were supposed to be tightened at the point that they were rotating.

Was there anything to tighten where the canisters connect to the Y-pipe, or were you just supposed to bolt the exhaust up to the bike?

Phl May 16th 2018 07:51 PM

Each can is bolted to the engine via top hangers.

The connection to the y_pipe is via springs

nickname89 May 16th 2018 07:54 PM

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Originally Posted by Phl (Post 309679)
Each can is bolted to the engine via top hangers.

The connection to the y_pipe is via springs

Excellent. Thank you!

Phl May 17th 2018 08:02 AM

https://ww2.motobuykers.com/img/prod...55102CPT_1.jpg

Phl May 17th 2018 08:02 AM

see the springs? in between the split coming down from the flange?

nickname89 May 17th 2018 01:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Phl (Post 309710)
see the springs? in between the split coming down from the flange?

You're the best. Thanks, boss!

bradp51 May 18th 2018 09:04 PM

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Originally Posted by nickname89 (Post 309731)
You're the best. Thanks, boss!

I think “Boss” is a pet name PA has for ARSEHAMMER.

Is that right PA ? 🙂

cycler May 18th 2018 10:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Phl (Post 309709)

You see the carbon covers in back? You can see the one clearly to the left of the name Termignoni. When I installed the exhaust the tip on the right side was a bit too long and was touching my tire so I had to shave it down a bit. The left side was almost touching so I shaved it down a bit too. Now there is a small tiny gap . I was worried maybe with some flexing while riding those tips would touch the tire but they didnt. I will take a close up pic and show how close the tips are to the rear tire and dont touch at all even with such a tiny gap.


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