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Problem with baja exhaust?

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hey just came back from bashing the baja in a local field (with permission), anyway i noticed just as i was ready to leave the exhaust was sort of shaking about and very loose? Is this a common problem on these only just got it a couple days ago and its on its 3rd tank? im guessing i just take the bolts out and threadlock them?

cheers

Ricky

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Just some medium threadlock will do buddy then screw the bolts back.

Gav

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Just some medium threadlock will do buddy then screw the bolts back.

Gav

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cheers gav

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If you dont have any i could sell you some ;)

Gav

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hey just came back from bashing the baja in a local field (with permission), anyway i noticed just as i was ready to leave the exhaust was sort of shaking about and very loose? Is this a common problem on these only just got it a couple days ago and its on its 3rd tank? im guessing i just take the bolts out and threadlock them?

cheers

Ricky

Your best to do the Exhaust bolt mod...

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Loose exhaust is just the thing settling in. Tighten it up and keep an eye on it.

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If you dont have any i could sell you some ;)

Gav

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is the one it came with no good? theres some in a red bottle and some in a tube?

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The HPI one is fine buddy.

Gav

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best thing to do is when the engine has warmed up, check them and tighten them up if needs be.

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the halfords thread lock prit stick (type) is good stuff try that on all your metal to metal nuts :sweatdrop:

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