Vance and Hines 4 into 1 Header
dwaynedaniels at sbcglobal.net
Tue Apr 7 19:25:23 PDT 2009
I had a fenda estenda on my '87 Connie, and I believe it would also fit the GPZ. But I'm guessing.
--- On Tue, 4/7/09, Jeffrey Walker <walkerjl at charter.net> wrote:
From: Jeffrey Walker <walkerjl at charter.net>
Subject: RE: Vance and Hines 4 into 1 Header
To: gpzlist at micapeak.com
Date: Tuesday, April 7, 2009, 6:34 PM
The splash guard you are referring to is called a 'Fenda Extenda'. I
mine off of a fellow list member, and it was worth every penny. Search
around and you should be able to find one. I also wonder if one listed for
another model would fit the GPz, like maybe the one for the Connie. Murphs
Kits used to sell them too.
Exhaust studs and nuts: Soak in PB Blaster, let sit, repeat (better
penetration than WD-40). An impact wrench would be better than trying to
use a breaker bar I think.
Date: Mon, 6 Apr 2009 20:05:40 -0400
From: "schnowz" <schnowz at att.net>
Subject: Re: Vance and Hines 4 into 1 Header
To: <blackgpz at rochester.rr.com>, <gpzlist at micapeak.com>
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Steve in spite of rumors to the contrary ;-), Dave is right "You are
Yep I definitly want the header. Much appreciated. Lemme know what you want
It'll be a homecoming when it meets back up with the caliper and wheel you
IIRC some listers had a splashguard on the front fender to stop
shit spraying up from the front wheel. Anyone have details. My oil cooler
fins were plugged solid with sand and shit.
The pipes have never been off since I had the bike, Gonna soak the
studs with WD40 and use an impact wrench but I'm wondering what the chances
are of snapping the studs.
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