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2013 1200S Header Cracked

I just noticed my header has a crack on the left side of the engine. What are my options for getting a new stock pipe or aftermarket? Been doing a bit of searching for an aftermarket system but no luck on a full system.

How accessible are the nuts? Do I have to remove the gas tank? :/

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Just ordered one on eBay. How accessible are the nuts? Do I have to remove the gas tank? :/


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I bought the manual. Unfortunately only shows how to remove it on an engine. Without the engine being on the bike. Anyone have any info on how hard it is to remove the vertical or rear exhaust manifold off the engine while it's in the bike?


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block up under the engine (assuming its on a Stand) Remove the rear shock easy access . . . Remove Lambda sensor, Loosen guard
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I bought the manual. Unfortunately only shows how to remove it on an engine. Without the engine being on the bike. Anyone have any info on how hard it is to remove the vertical or rear exhaust manifold off the engine while it's in the bike?


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You need a 10mm swivel socket and extensions, it can be done but the nuts are soft, almost copper? They round easily so beware. My rear 02 bung blew out a couple years back and I had to swap mine out as well. Used, I bought a pair. I never touched the engine mount bolts, just swivel socket, extensions, and I believe a ratchet wrench from the right side.

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