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Share your modifications both the ones that worked and ones not worth doing.
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B&B engine covers 6 years, 9 months ago #2083

  • drztroy
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anyone know what you stick the B&B engine covers on with???
please dont tell me adhesive silicone or ill feel like a freakin tosser

cheers

Re: B&B engine covers 6 years, 9 months ago #2084

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Sorry I used silicon. High temp rated

Re: B&B engine covers 6 years, 9 months ago #2085

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Ahh...yep, adhesive silicone. I used Dow Corning 732 RTV Silicone as it has a higher temp resistance and it is also less corrosive to aluminium (so I figured it would be on magnesium as well). It also comes in a tube as opposed to a caulking gun so lasts allot longer, as you can reseal it much better.

Be generous with it so the silicone absorbs some of the shock should you hit something.

Happy riding.

Goodie.

Re: B&B engine covers 6 years, 9 months ago #2086

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ok i am a tosser ,,
cheers all

Re: B&B engine covers 6 years, 9 months ago #2087

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i used gasket glue/sealant
Dan
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Re: B&B engine covers 6 years, 9 months ago #2089

yep high temp silicon is the go ... got me al the way to the cape and back
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