Question about 2002 Honda VTX
If the bike was not used that often,the previous owner may have started the bike in the garage,just to give the motor a run.With no air travelling over the pipes,they do get very hot.Enough to cause melting.This happens to almost any engine exhaust.(car or bike).If you run it in a garage even a household fan blowing on the pipes is enough to get rid of a lot of the heat.Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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