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YAMAHA GT-80 1979 muffler problem

Hi there , i can't figure out how to take the muffler out of the engine , i thought i will only have to pull it off but something seem to be stock , muffler is doing an S so i am not able to take the engine off before getting the muffler of ,

sorry for my poor english ,
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Gen

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  • karmina Mar 11, 2009

    thank you for the quick answer , well i've took off all the bolts , it's stock to the cylinder head , i just don't know is there is any tread or so 'cause i can't pull it off it's stock , i've tried with hammer with a piece of wood , crowbar and nothing worked out.

    what am i supposed to do with this ??

    thanks !


  • karmina Mar 11, 2009

    you can answer me to my email
    gen0666@hotmail.com

    thanks again


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The exhaust pipe is normally spring mounted to the cylinder head and bolted to the frame.. The spring(s) may be missing and ther pipe held in place only by one or two bolts to the frame. If the frame bolts are removed and the springs are removed and the pipe seems stuck then that is exactly what is wrong. The pipie IS stuck. Just get a medium to large rubber mallet and hit the pipe away from the engine at the bend just outside the cylinder head. Carbon and or dirt have built upat the fitting and are holding the pipe in place. Why are you removing the engine? tombones49@gmail.com.

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