White Bros E-Series Packing


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  • ca_101

Posted July 02, 2009 - 04:58 AM

#1

I pulled apart the E-Series pipe that came on my 426 to repack it to find that there was no packing inside. This is the exhaust with the stackable plates and the solid sprark arrestor cap on the end. It didn't have any traces of old packing in there and there is quite a bit of space in there.

I was just wondering if packing belongs in this pipe? Maybe the pillow type? I didn't think that any pipe was packless.

Apperently White Bros is done and owned by V&H now. So there isn't much info or support out there. Just wondering if anyone has had this pipe in the past and has packed it?

  • matt4x4

Posted July 02, 2009 - 10:40 AM

#2

The E series does have packing - someone obviously removed it....just replace with your regular 4 stroke exhaust packing.

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  • DBMX 925

Posted July 04, 2009 - 01:07 AM

#3

I have a stock exhaust and need to repack about every 15 hrs. When I take it apart there is not a piece left.............. It's spooky!

  • yamaha racing 230

Posted July 05, 2009 - 06:19 AM

#4

I have a stock exhaust and need to repack about every 15 hrs. When I take it apart there is not a piece left.............. It's spooky!

what do you use to pack that silencer , u shouldnt be burning through all ure packin

  • ca_101

Posted July 06, 2009 - 04:30 AM

#5

Yeah, I repacked it this weekend with the FMF 4-choke packing from the local shop. Worked fine.

Spooky is right! I can't believe it would have burned every last trace out of there. I won't wait as long this time!!!





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