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Post  Snails on Fri Sep 02, 2011 2:46 pm

Is the exhaust stud on J range (and Luna) the same as a series 3?
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Re: Exhaust stud

Post  daz.h on Fri Sep 02, 2011 3:45 pm

i take it you mean the short one, i have just been looking in my box of bits and the two studs i found still had the brass nut on them, and measuring them, they are around 28mm long.
the series 3 are 33mm long.
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Post  daz.h on Fri Sep 02, 2011 3:51 pm

might be able to get them new from scooter restorations, but i'm unsure on the length.
if youre happy to accept o.u.s (old,used,stock) Razz then i'll pop one in the post to you.
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Post  Snails on Sat Sep 03, 2011 1:09 pm

daz.h wrote:might be able to get them new from scooter restorations, but i'm unsure on the length.
if youre happy to accept o.u.s (old,used,stock) Razz then i'll pop one in the post to you.

That would be wicked Daz. No rush you could include it with the timing stuff when I'm ready for that. I going to drop my engine off at a welders next week to get some weld added to the engine case for the exhaust bracket so I should be picking it back up abou a week later, with luck.

I do mean the short one. I just realised the other day I would need to take out the long one to enable me to fit my leg burner exhaust which does not require the manifold.
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Post  daz.h on Sat Sep 03, 2011 3:51 pm

not a problem snails, when taking out that stud be carefull, its possibly been in there a long time, heat the cylinder up around the base of the stud and try to keep the heat off the stud, plenty of wd40.
depending on condition of stud threads it could be removed with the double nut method, or falling that a stud remover.

and with you using the old leg burner exhaust, does that mean a manifold will be sat doing nothing ??? Wink
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Post  Snails on Sun Sep 04, 2011 8:52 am

daz.h wrote:

and with you using the old leg burner exhaust, does that mean a manifold will be sat doing nothing ??? Wink

Sure does. You after one?

oh and thanks for the advice.
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Post  daz.h on Sun Sep 04, 2011 2:33 pm

one would always come in handy.
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Post  Snails on Mon Sep 05, 2011 1:15 pm

daz.h wrote:one would always come in handy.

For spying round corners?
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