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Hi,

I just started my 2002 Raptor 660 up in the cold winter weather, and noticed what looked like exhaust leaking out between my header pipe and GYTR slip on exhaust. Would this cause damage to the engine? I read on some websites that there is some sort of gasket that goes in between the header pipe and the GYTR muffler. Had anyone else had this experience? Is there a way to fix this with exhaust tape or something of that nature? High temperature silicone? How hot does a pipe get? Any suggestions/tips would be appreciated!

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Repacking muffler

I have the GYTR muffler for my raptor. I see they sell a repacking kit for about 30 bucks for it. Can i just repack it with normal muffler packing and reinstall or do I need to use the kit?

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My monster exhaust uses high temp exhaust gasket silicone where the header pipes connect to the single pipe before entering the can. This was the recommendation by monsterquads. So i'm sure it would be fine to use on your exhaust.
 
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