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    macdoo's Avatar
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    RR starter on Virage TXi 1200

    It looks like maybe all that is needed is to take the bolts off the bottom exhaust pipe remove the exhaust tank at the back then slide the exhaust bipe off after lossning the bandsthat hold it the the rest of the exhaust?
    How do you keep from breaking the bolts off.

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    Breaking bolts? Corrosion worries, I presume.

    I often use PB Blaster on bolts, let it soak. Reapply every few hours for a day or two. Need to get the liquid penetrant into the actual threads in the mounting boss.

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    A solid rap with a hammer on the bolt head before you start cranking on it will break the corrosion "bond"

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