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Angry MV Agusta F4 intermediate pipe

Hi there would anyone know where i can get and Arrow MV Agusta F4 intermediate pipe?
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-19-2019, 03:15 PM
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Have the dent removed - combination of torch heat, ice, air pressure or a combo has removed similar dents on pipes.

Using heat (MAPP) - be careful! I am not liable if you try this one!!!

You can try filling it with water and freezing the water, but you have to cap it ...

Probably won't be perfect, but good nuff until you find a replacement.

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Have the dent removed - combination of torch heat, ice, air pressure or a combo has removed similar dents on pipes.

Using heat (MAPP) - be careful! I am not liable if you try this one!!!
https://youtu.be/U_LClTYi1gY

You can try filling it with water and freezing the water, but you have to cap it ...
https://youtu.be/OOzGD3zv1Eg

Probably won't be perfect, but good nuff until you find a replacement.
I bet two rounds of the frozen method would be helpful. Since water expands while freezing the second go would need topping off as more room was acquired during the first expansion. It seems simple enough.
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I did a temporary repair on my old VTR1000 Honda exhaust -- drilled a couple of small holes on the opposite side of the "tube" then hammered the dent out with a punch against some soft wood .. then had a friend TIG weld the holes shut.

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i have one of these - only ever used it on mild steel - worked on my Honda XR exhaust - most panel beaters should have one - good fun.


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