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As my engine is out, I want to remove my full RS# exhaust and clean it up a bit, also will give me more room for the motor when I reinstall it... I can't figure how it is supposed to come out at this point, it is no longer bolted to anything, but the piece is just so long... From the header to the muffler, and I can't figure if it is supposed to separate or what.... 

 

Tried to go to the yosh site, but directions aren't available... and youtube just shows people revving it with their new exhaust

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As my engine is out, I want to remove my full RS# exhaust and clean it up a bit, also will give me more room for the motor when I reinstall it... I can't figure how it is supposed to come out at this point, it is no longer bolted to anything, but the piece is just so long... From the header to the muffler, and I can't figure if it is supposed to separate or what.... 

 

Tried to go to the yosh site, but directions aren't available... and youtube just shows people revving it with their new exhaust

It's a slip fit by the rear shock. Maybe try a little PB Blaster and let it sit. If it hasn't been apart in a while I imagine it's stuck tight.

Use a little neverseize when you put it back together.

 

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Is the pipe all one piece? I can get the muffler to rotate o the pipe, but still can't make it come off the pipe. It seems like there is some intermediate piece keeping them together

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That's what I thought. Header, mid, and muffler..... looks like some extra muscle will be needed..... maybe some pb blaster

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