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I need to remove the exhaust for a 2007 yamaha stratoliner.

I cannot get the power valve cables disconnected to remove the headers. any suggestions?

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I think you will find that the cables you are referring to as powervalve cables (if you are talking about the xv1900 in the picture)are not powervalve cales you will find that they are for the auto decompression valve in the cylinder head,if you follow them back you will find they terminate on a lever with a tensioner you can back off the tensioner to remove them but shouldnt have to just to remove the header,hope this helps

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