i have this and it seems a shame to bin it
genuine 600 exhaust muffler/silencer
the 'bottom' end is is perfect nick, but there is rust and a 8mm hole on the rear - easy fix for someone who can weld or rivet a plate on top?
collect north London or £10 postage (uk)
Assume gear lever was worn, purchased new one, shaft also worn :( would it be ok to weld for now? I assume it's engine out and strip etc ?
Any other ideas ?
Could I drill through pedal and shaft tap it then add grub screw ?
What options do I have
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so my RD04 took a tumble and the screen was very badly damaged - the break
stretches acriss about 75% of the screen.
What are my options here? Glue it and, if so, which glue! (plastic weld is probably the correct term).
Replacement? Does €75 sound about right to you?
I have a small crack on the front mud guard on the AT, I wanted to use some pvc or abs cement to melt-weld it.
However my knowledge of plastic is rubbish and I do not know if the mud guard Is ABS or PVC? I'm guessing ABS but would like to be sure before buying the cement.
i was going to buy a Leo vince de cat pipe, but after thinking about it why not just remove the cat/ collector box and weld a piece of pipe in.
I was going to keep the stock silencer and add a O2 sensor eliminator? Has anybody tried this ? If so dose it improve performance and sound.:rolleyes:
I have got my next door neighbour coming round to weld my frame loop in place today :wav:
Now he claims to be be a qualified smed....(danish for blacksmith) so I hope he knows what he is doing. :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:.
I got my hands on a mig welding set and he said he has a tig welder he...
I was just wondering if anyone knew whether the 'outer' part of the exhaust is removeable from the silencer? The can itself is in good nick but as you can see from the photos, the polished part of the exhaust has a 1.5in wide rust spot.
I was thinking, is this part removable in order...
I have a very small coolant leak, so small that I don't know where it's coming from.
Couple of spots of coolant on my right boot and a few splatters on the exhaust guard after a ride.
I kind of know what I'm gonna do but would like to know folks opinions:
a) put some Rad-Weld in the system...
Couldnt sleep so I cut off the tank mounting lugs early this morning to do a mock up and figure out where to start cutting.:blob6:
Rear end is from a Honda 650 Nighthawk I had lying around in my box of bits,just need to weld up the frame loop.:D:D:D
My AT silencer flange pipe is so rusted, that it almost fell off when I started to dismantle it.
Does anyone know a metal workshop in London to cut off rusted part and weld a new flange to the silencer?
Hey I am in the middle of a rebuild and looking for a new/used exhaust I was wondering if a exhaust off a xr model would fit on to my xlr without the need to weld or do anything to it any advice is welcome :)
Thinking of buying a used TA and want to get this right. So as i understand it the splines get worn and you
have to either change the shaft out or weld a new front sprocket on.
So if i am looking at a bike and the splines look good is that the end of the problem presuming i keep
Hi all, I feel silly asking this but I cannot get my side stand off the bike, I have sprayed it with plus gas and the bolt does not want to move. Any ideas? the top nut came off so easy as well led to a false sense of getting the job done. I want to weld a foot on to it as it has a spike for a...
Ok folks does anyone know if there is any other option for foot pegs on the RD07a , i cant go to povit pegs ive currantly
got differant model pegs on each side but ive got some extenctions to weld on but im just asking before the welder
comes out :thumbup:
Hi all, I have a problem with the front pipe. It's rust in place, actually in the head. I've tried heat, WD & freeze spray from Maplins. It won't budge! Need to get them off to weld up a repair. I don't have the money for a new Motad system & can is not original, (bodged monster one I think) so...
a nice screw has found its way into the fleshy part of my still very pristine rear tyre....will deal with the puncture tomorrow and get the tube replaced...would a screw neatly screwed into the tyre compromise the tyre`s performance though....the screw itself seems to be a smallish one...
I've never used an adhesive to repair any broken metal components, so I'm after your experiences or advice.
From a quick look, there seems to be a choice of JB Weld or Quicksteel, although I'm open to other low price suggestions.
I'm ideally after something like a superglue which bonds...
Sorry this is a copy from another thread but realised it may not get seen where it was:
Anyone near Twickenham, who would be willing to do a 20 min spot weld job for me on my exhuast header. I have two sheared bolts which fix the heat guard on (top one) , now drilled out but need to spot...