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    Exhaust

    I'm hopefully fitting my new zorst today and was wondering would I need some sort of sealent to the fitting of the system and the rear end of the exhaust?
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    There is a big section on this with the new max power. The best bet is to WD40 the old joints first thing in the morning, then go and get some exhaust sealant gunk stuff from your local halfords. When you get back the old joint and blots ect should be easier to get off.

    USe abit of the sealent on the bit that slides into the new rear section and tighten the clamp, once you have made sure it sits right !

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