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Brought a motad exhaust for a honda deuaville 650 the center stand bracket will not fit any ideas as there are no drilled holes on the system it's self

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    • 1 Park the motorcycle on the kickstand or center stand and allow the exhaust pipes to cool completely.
    • 2 Refer to your Suzuki service manual and organize the metric tools needed to remove the baffle. On newer models, it may be necessary to remove the tailpipe section to modify the baffle. On older models, you may be directed to remove a bolt that secures the baffle in the tailpipe.
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    • 5 Chuck a 1/4-inch drill bit in an electric drill. Use a bit extension if necessary to reach deep into the tailpipe with the drill bit.
    • 6 Place the tailpipe on a workbench. Use a towel or rags to prevent scratching the finish. Insert the tip of the drill bit into the tailpipe and drill a 1/4-inch hole in the baffle.
    • 7 Hold the tailpipe up to the light again. Determine the number of additional holes you want based on the purpose of the modification. Drill additional holes in the baffle if needed.
    • 8 Stand the tailpipe on end and tap it on the workbench to clear the debris from drilling out of the baffle. Make sure all debris is cleared out before reinstalling the tailpipe on the motorcycle.
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    • 12 Allow the exhaust pipe to cool completely before removing the baffle for further modification. Most likely, cutting one or two quarter sections will give you the result you want. Avoid cutting too much off the baffle, or it will be useless.

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ON a 1980 Honda CB 650 the center stand retracts way too far up under the bike and hits the exhaust and the chain. I hjust bought the bike. I have the manual and it shows nothing for it. My guess is that...


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Brought a motad exhaust for a honda deuaville 650 the center stand bracket will not fit any ideas as there are no drilled holes on the system it's self


the bracket fits on the left hand side of the bike- contact us at the factory and we will talk you through it

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How do i get the piston out of the front brake master clyinder


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2nd, messy but safer, i got a bolt that threads into the brake line banjo fitting hole. drilled a small hole through the length of it in the center, and then drill and tap to allow a grease fitting to go into the top of the bolt, thread this into the caliper, and pump grease into the caliper which will force the piston out slowely.

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