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    Now then, It's TOPPER! Topper's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by WetSparks View Post
    Might be worth mentioning the correct torque setting for the studs if your going to redo the instructions, 8.8 N/m.


    My studs don't screw all the way in and up, it's the nut that holds the header on. The stud just sits in the thread.

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    nice little mod,i give it a go too
    bit like a car engine,manifold sits on studs,then add nuts,spring washer
    some moter cycles have it as well
    well clever
    go team

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    Done mine today for the BZM header, no way of getting a bolt in on RHS on this pipe, nice easy mod and so much easier putting gasket on


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    I had to do mine for the same reason as you Llaz. The header for the VRC Pro Pipe is the same shape as your BZM and it impossible to fit a bolt through.
    The OP is wrong though, I had to use 5mm bolts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stalker View Post
    I had to do mine for the same reason as you Llaz. The header for the VRC Pro Pipe is the same shape as your BZM and it impossible to fit a bolt through.
    The OP is wrong though, I had to use 5mm bolts.
    That's what you get when buying upgrades often a little mod required, no big deal though easy mod and practical, yes I knew my bolts where m5, I used two 40mm m5 countersunk`s thredlocked, measured thickness of header, nut, washer,and lock washer, then cut the head off to suit

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    Quote Originally Posted by llazaru View Post
    That's what you get when buying upgrades often a little mod required, no big deal though easy mod and practical, yes I knew my bolts where m5, I used two 40mm m5 countersunk`s thredlocked, measured thickness of header, nut, washer,and lock washer, then cut the head off to suit
    I'm not the only one then wondered how everyone else managed

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