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Thread: Leaky silencer repair without welder

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    I'had no much money to change my '01 holey silencer and I decided to use my resources to repair it.
    Next step......... painting.
    Last edited by Phobos101; 09-20-2017 at 01:04 PM.
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    Neat fix. Doesn't it change the power output?
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    Good fix. Was that something you made or had laying around?
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    I do every repair in my bike. I'm new in motorbike world but I use to aplicate alternative solutions to repair everything in my bike.

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    That reparation gives a little bit more power to my bike. I don't know sure why but I thing that short cutted silencer gives more compresion because is shorter than the original.
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    More photos......

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    Finally I finished!!!!! :-)
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    Nice job!!
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    I hope that helps somebody with the same problem.
    I only spent 30 $

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phobos101 View Post
    I hope that helps somebody with the same problem.
    I only spent 30 $
    Well done.

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