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Where does this wire go?
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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-04-2013, 03:24 PM Thread Starter
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It a relocation necessary if my bike has been de-goated?
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Excelent question. I was going to ask the same thing!
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If your degoated its not necessary art at all. In fact, it's questionable if its necessary or more optional.
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If your degoated its not necessary art at all. In fact, it's questionable if its necessary or more optional.
No goat, no heat.
Agreed Don't worry about it and just keep riding.

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I degoated my bike shortly after I got it (due to a gaping rusthole)....I left my R/R where it was, and no issues after like....8k+ ???....after a degoat, its actually more in the air than relocating to the side....BIG ol gap in there now...unless you install a 2 on one side exhaust system...then relocate...even using an H pipe/crossover with a modded exhaust, long as there's distance between the pipe and it, yer fine....



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