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    exhaust removal

    Hi just a quick one. I want to remove the aftermarket arrow exhaust from my mille and replace it with standard I have undone the bracket and relesed the two lower springs but it doesnt want to come off. and i dont want to pull too hard in case it damages the exhaust. Any ideas

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    Quote Originally Posted by 971tony View Post
    Hi just a quick one. I want to remove the aftermarket arrow exhaust from my mille and replace it with standard I have undone the bracket and relesed the two lower springs but it doesnt want to come off. and i dont want to pull too hard in case it damages the exhaust. Any ideas
    WD40 and a twist whilst pulling...should do it

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    Thanks for that done. do you think the standard can will fit directly into the existing link pipe. It just looks big is all lol

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    are you selling the arrow? if so how much and details please

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    Quote Originally Posted by cringer View Post
    are you selling the arrow? if so how much and details please
    bloody vulture..lol

    he may be swapping for mot time..i can put you in touch with someone who's got some cans for sale

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    Quote Originally Posted by 971tony View Post
    Thanks for that done. do you think the standard can will fit directly into the existing link pipe. It just looks big is all lol
    standard can has welded on linkpipe

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    squalk yes please. preferably twin high mount :-]

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    Hi All yeah the original is for sale on ebay item number 140505931291 not sure how much its worth so started it at 100. Im unsure weather or not an original can will fit directly now can anyone advise. (Honest the exhaust is really loud. You have been warned lol)

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    Im gonna have a look but is it that twin pipe stack one? i was looking at that last night

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    yes it is looks nice

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    you say its loud may be it just needs repacking..20 of packing and a few rivets and its sorted?

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    too loud !!! whats happening to this site

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