honda hobbit exhaust mounting set - COPPER - v1
honda hobbit exhaust mounting set - COPPER


here's what ya get in this PARTYYY!:

nice little exhaust mounting kit for honda hobbit pa50ii mopeds!!

this is made for the stock style exhaust! the flange is loose, and the pipe seals on the circular part against the cylinder on the copper gasket

there are some slight variations, so make sure your flange is not too thick for the studs to be able to reach past the flange and similar to stock size

ID of exhaust gasket is about 22.5mm and OD is 30mm. 4mm thick and squishes down

comes with super useful long brass exhaust nuts that make tightening on your pipe easier if there are some header complications

you get some m6 studs, too, and flat washers. all the goodies!

AAAAAAAND with all of this, you get a sweet discount compared to buying all this stuff separately. which could save money for a couple tacos (maybe, only if they are at a Will approved price), a cheap tall can, slice of pizza, probably 2 full tanks of moped gas, some pinball money...the list goes on...

and you know, there really is the right way to install a pipe, too!! maybe youve been doing it wrong??

the best way is to:

1. install studs using the double nut technique...tighten two m6 nuts against each other on the stud then thread it into the cylinder using force only on the bottom nut. once fully in, hold the top nut with a wrench and loosen the bottom nut, then get em both off!


install with an m6 stud installer!!

2. hold the exhaust gasket on, hold the back of the pipe up and then push the header holes through the studs. pretty tricky. some people use there leg, or finger tricks, or whatever. you develop your own technique...

3. grab a washer and brass nut and thread one on. thread the others on after.

4. begin to tighten down your pipe while supporting the rear loosely. keep going until the pipe lays exactly WHERE IT WANTS TO GO. you NEVER tighten down the rear part of your pipe first!!! this is the biggest mistake. this will result in loosened nuts and leaks, pipes cracking, pipes falling off, etc....this is because you are putting force on the cylinder and pipe where it does not naturally fall, so keep this in mind!!

maybe you already knew all of that? thats rad! definitely wish someone told me my first time though!!

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First! February 14, 2018
taco eater : Andrew Johnson from Madison, IN United States  
These studs have held up to a bit of abuse and still thread on perfectly! I recommend if you've derped you old studs or you just need longer studs like I did on the DR kit I bought.

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