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Arrow exhaust baffle retaining bolt

Discussion in 'General' started by SW73, Jun 1, 2020.

  1. SW73

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    Guys, I'm annoyed with myself as I've come to put the baffle back into my arrow (long story) and I can't find the retaining bolt! Anyone know what size etc it is so I can order one. It's the arrow type in the picture. The good news is the bikes back together, running like a dream. IMG_20200124_112246.jpeg
     
  2. JohnnyPS4

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    M5 by about 10 or 15mm should do
     
  3. SW73

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    Thanks mate. I'll order an eBay special in stainless!
     
  4. cpatel89

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    I bought a proper one from fowler parts
     
  5. cpatel89

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    I’ve got the part number at home bare with me
     
  6. SW73

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    Aye....I did try and buy one but there's no stock. Hmmm...the parts fiche says it's an M6. Screenshot_20200601-180310.jpeg
     
  7. Bigmac

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    I would suggest changing this if I’m honest anyway
    The two I’ve used were both done heads and these are like cheesy, a bigger cap head had more meat to get on.
    You don’t want to go mad on the but I’ve seen quite a few baffles kick out of bikes like missiles
     
  8. JohnnyPS4

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    Could have sworn it was an M5, I remember buying a titanium one with a 7mm socket head, which I then forgot on a loud trackday and had the remove the bolt with a set of safety wire pliers and fucked the head, crying
     
  9. SW73

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    I'll buy both and update the thread with what the err....thread is! Thanks for chipping in. I think given it's exposed and gets bloody hot I'll buy a bolt or meaty hex bolt and see how I do. Cheers fellas.
     
  10. JohnnyPS4

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    268B7D0D-5DEC-43A3-B97A-711892CDD613.jpeg Bugged me to the point I had to go check, mines definitely M5
     
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  11. cpatel89

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    Sorry dude I completely forgot, I got into bed remembered and got back out for you IMG_2537.JPG

    It says m5x10
     

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