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changing my exhaust to bassani took my old system off and there weere no gaskets on the cylinder is this normal ? thanks
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The gaskets in the cylinder ports where gone or just so used up and flattened they looked gone?


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Oh, and what year and model?


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Get in there and look, you would know if there weren't any!
They may look like part of the head.

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Just did mine a couple of weeks ago and thought the same thing when the header came off and I looked. The Victory ones are metal and look like they are not there. If you look real close you can see the seam and as soon as you put a small screw driver to it they will come out.

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Speaking of exhaust gaskets...I think I have a small exhaust leak from my front cylinder. I'm getting a little staining on the side of the cylinder head and when you wipe it off its black and sooty like an exhaust leak. Anybody else had this? Also, I thought I'd read the older gaskets are better than than the new ones? Confirm? Deny?

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Lloyd does a better exhaust gasket than stock
I've just bought a pair, along with some other tasty engine upgrade bits.
His seal much better than originals so I hear.

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Speaking of exhaust gaskets...I think I have a small exhaust leak from my front cylinder. I'm getting a little staining on the side of the cylinder head and when you wipe it off its black and sooty like an exhaust leak. Anybody else had this? Also, I thought I'd read the older gaskets are better than than the new ones? Confirm? Deny?
Photo would be good. Try tightening your exhaust flange bolts. Take a ride and then check again. You might have to do it twice to get them tight.
Not sure if exhaust would give you a sooty look up there

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Photo would be good. Try tightening your exhaust flange bolts. Take a ride and then check again. You might have to do it twice to get them tight.
Not sure if exhaust would give you a sooty look up there
Loosened them re-torqued, didn't look at gaskets. I'll take a pic.

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does anybody know the part number for a victory gunner 2015 belt cover couldn't find it on the parts for victory thanks
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