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Old 05-07-2012, 02:24 PM   #1
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For some reason my brute force has started backfiring. It does it when i slow down or when my engine breaking is in use. And sometimes just randomly. It's been doing this for a while now so its starting to concern me. Anyone have any ideas why its doing this or how to fix it?
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Exhaust leak.
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So would buying an aftermarket exhaust fix this? Because I was gonna buy dual muzzy's anyways.
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Tightening all head bolts and rear clamp to the muffler will help. But if your getting new exhaust just be sure everything is snug. Then check fasteners after initial warm up.
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I found i had a crack in my header pipe. Someone put there hand over the exhaust and i felt around till i found it. It was the pipe in the rear.
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