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    I use the stuff on every exterior fastener...

    I use the stuff on every exterior fastener possible. A friend gave me an old RT2 Yamaha that someone cared about and apparently used anti seize compound. Bike was a joy to take apart compared to the...
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    My order came yesterday. Installed on a Blue...

    My order came yesterday. Installed on a Blue wheel. Nice piece and just need to get some rubber on it.
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    NHRS offers heads and they will get you that last...

    NHRS offers heads and they will get you that last 10-15% if everything else is done right.
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    I would have to think real hard of any fastener...

    I would have to think real hard of any fastener I've used red loctite on. And when you use a locking compound parts must be squeaky clean and all you need is a smidgen. I prefer anti-seize. 20 years...
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    I believe they are.

    I believe they are.
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    Hang in there Dean your'e always with me.

    Hang in there Dean your'e always with me.
  7. R's are different? Learn something everyday.

    R's are different? Learn something everyday.
  8. Thread: St. Paul

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    Thanks guys. I have the gaskets and the angled...

    Thanks guys. I have the gaskets and the angled allen wrench if I loose it trying without engine rotate. I'll also look up the tightening procedure for the exhaust. Probably why the header cracked in...
  9. I would say definitely not

    I would say definitely not
  10. Thread: St. Paul

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    found it thanks. I've had the bike down that far...

    found it thanks. I've had the bike down that far before replacing the O2 sensor. I'll get it done & thanks.
  11. Thread: NHRS Exhaust

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    14 hrs if I stick with it.

    14 hrs if I stick with it.
  12. Thread: St. Paul

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    Mines got a wideband O2 sensor. I'll check the...

    Mines got a wideband O2 sensor. I'll check the auto store
  13. Thread: NHRS Exhaust

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    Thanks cvc. I'm in N. CA

    Thanks cvc. I'm in N. CA
  14. Thread: St. Paul

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    Just a gasket kit and website said registration...

    Just a gasket kit and website said registration needed. I ordered elsewhere, free shipping also. I'll try and switch out exhaust with no rotate.
  15. Thread: NHRS Exhaust

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    Thanks Cooter. It will be tig welded. Also...

    Thanks Cooter. It will be tig welded. Also thinking of drilling a small hole at the end of the crack before repair.
  16. Thread: NHRS Exhaust

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    I have no plans to sell. I like having a few...

    I have no plans to sell. I like having a few spares and this seems to one of the items that's a must have in my book.
  17. Thread: St. Paul

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    St. Paul

    I put in an order with this dealer minus a complete gasket set. They wanted a copy of the registration. Is this the new normal these days? BTW, I ordered this elsewhere. Figured if I was going to do...
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    :angel:

    :angel:
  19. Thread: NHRS Exhaust

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    Just headers. Mines starting to crack around the...

    Just headers. Mines starting to crack around the O2 sensor bung. Probably from over tightening. I'll get the old one off and get it repaired before it falls apart.
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    Got one thanks

    Got one thanks
  21. Thread: NHRS Exhaust

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    I went ahead and bought a new exhaust from St Paul

    I went ahead and bought a new exhaust from St Paul
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    If you didn't use a torque wrench and done it up...

    If you didn't use a torque wrench and done it up tight enough to crush the sleeve you were bound to have issues. With new bearing installation your suppose torque 50 ft lbs, back off and re torque to...
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    twist the axle? Sounds like it sheared in half....

    twist the axle? Sounds like it sheared in half. These need to be torqued with the proper tool or you will have a disaster on your hands. Bearings will be easy. An axle that's now 2 piece, not so easy.
  24. Suspensions easy. The manual gives you a good...

    Suspensions easy. The manual gives you a good starting point. First thing is set sag for your weight with gear on.
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    Sag should use 1/4 of max wheel movement.

    Sag should use 1/4 of max wheel movement.
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