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hall1012

Pro Circuit Pipe won't fit

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Just wondering if anyone has had this problem...

I bought a Pro Circuit T496 for my 04 WR450, and one of the screw holes wasn't even close to the stock location. I have made it work for now, but who knows how long it's going to last. It is the Bottom screw, closest to the head pipe. If anyone has also had this problem, how have you made it work? Any advice will help a ton. :thumbsup:

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Have you contacted Pro Circuit? If it's due to bad design, put them on the spot and ask them to make it right. Most good companies will stand by their stuff to protect their reputation.

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I would put this bolt in first, sometimes you just got to manuver it around a bit.

Either that, or someone sold you the wrong one.

My procircuit has absolute perfect fit. My mates procircuit on his YZ450 has absolute perfect fit also.

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I would put this bolt in first, sometimes you just got to manuver it around a bit.

Either that, or someone sold you the wrong one.

My procircuit has absolute perfect fit. My mates procircuit on his YZ450 has absolute perfect fit also.

Yeah, the T-4 on my TT-R fits better than the stocker did. It does take some "friendly persuasion" to get it into place

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Installing the pipe first and then the header might work..... My FMF Q was just a little off there too but some persuasion and a big ass hammer, (usually reserved for my son's Suzuki ), did the trick :thumbsup:

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Is it the Header flange did you try rotate the flange on the header 180 and see if that helps?

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