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Exhaust packing

So after ceramic coating my entire exhaust i replaced the OEM packing in the tips with some Yamaha OEM stuff. It seems to have started to melt after a spirited ride and left some residue in the tip caps I'm guessing this is due to the higher exhaust gas temps. Any tips on stuff that can withstand a higher temp? The Yammie stuff looked like E glass. So anything like that probably won't help.

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I use FMF packing, wrap it tight, then a couple of layers of aluminum foil, bind with

safety wire and insert into the muffler .....now pull the safety wire

works as well as anything I know of

looser the pack, faster the exhaust pulses will beat it apart


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Thanks mate. Will wrap it tight. What are your thought on Acousta fil? Apparently good for 800ish deg C. Pain in the ass drilling out the stainless rivets so only want to do it once.... FMF stuff looks readily available.

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