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Hi,
I recently purchased the BC turnout exhausts.
I've installed the right side no problem at all, it wasn't until i had to switch bolt in the frame for the little kickstand stopper thing. I just can't get it out.
Has it got some thread locking stuff on it or? any advice would be appreaciated
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i just installed these about a week ago. mine came out easily, and i had never removed or loosened mine before. I had the bike on my rear stand, as I believe they instruct you to do. If you don't have it on the rear stand, chances are the kickstand is putting too much force on the connection.
 

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i just installed these about a week ago. mine came out easily, and i had never removed or loosened mine before. I had the bike on my rear stand, as I believe they instruct you to do. If you don't have it on the rear stand, chances are the kickstand is putting too much force on the connection.
that's a good point.
so in my first attempts i was only using one of those shitty swiss army knife type allen key sets as thats all i had.
i borrow a proper one and it came of easy as ha..
thanks for you input thought, the bike sounds crazy now!
 

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I love the BC pipes. I found them fairly easy to install and the result was music to my ears... not too mention some joy in the right wrist
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