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Exhaust clamp, pipe clamp
Exhaust clamp, pipe clamp
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Exhaust clamp - stainless steel / Adjustable in different sizes

Every biker loves his motorcycle. And many can't get enough of it. Even if you own a bike that is in top condition, there is always something to improve and upgrade. A new exhaust system, for example, is a visual treat, and the systems can also be heard acoustically. In our TecBike online shop you will not only find the right exhaust system for your bike, but you will also get all the accessories you need for the conversion. A high-quality and adjustable pipe clampfor the exhaust made of stainless steel looks classy and holds the "bag" safely and reliably in place.

Exhaust clamp: Replacing the motorcycle exhaust - there and gone

If you have decided to give your motorcycle a new look with a new exhaust system from our range, the replacement is on your to-do list after the purchase. It's not witchcraft, but there are a few things to bear in mind.

As a rule, modern four-cylinder motorcycles are fitted with a four-in-one or a four-in-two exhaust system. The (un)regulated catalytic converter has now also migrated to the exhaust. Numerous seals prevent exhaust gases from being blown out into the open in an uncontrolled manner and the system from drawing false air.

For the removal and installation you need the following tools:

  • Ring and open-end wrenches in various sizes (mostly 8, 10, 12, 13, 14 and 17).
  • Socket wrench with T-handle for the manifold screws (width across flats 12, 13, 14). Alternatively, a ratchet with extension and the appropriate sockets is also suitable.
  • Torque wrench, sandpaper, wire brush, spray oil or rust remover, copper paste.
  • If required: screwdriver, small saw, spring hook for hooking and unhooking tension springs.


Before you start working, check the seals first. To do this, run the engine and hold your hand in front of the exhaust gasket at a distance of about two centimetres. If the gasket is defective, you can feel the exhaust gases blowing through your hand. Caution: hot!

Leaks can often be identified by a black colouration during a visual inspection. Important: Even if you tighten the exhaust clamp or the flanges more, the leak cannot be repaired. The only solution is to replace the defective gasket.

The dismantling

In the first step you loosen the screw of the pipe clamp for exhaust at the connection of muffler to exhaust manifold. It is normal that the screw is dirty or even heavily corroded. Use a wire brush to remove the roughest dirt, then spray with rust remover, let it sit for a few minutes. Open the screw with an exactly fitting hexagon nut.

At the muffler now treat the nut and the fastening screw at the pillion rests also with rust remover. While opening the nut with the appropriate wrench, hold the bolt head against it with a nut.

Nowremove the muffler. If the package gasket is crumbled, it is usually easy to pull off. Older gaskets like to stick in their seats. Again, rust remover works wonders. Hold the muffler with both hands and pull it off with slight twisting motions.

The mounting

Get a newexhaust gasket. The sleeve shines silvery-black and resembles in the structure a gauze bandage. It does not want to be pressed or bent.

It may be necessary to take a saw to help remove the old packing gasket. Now thoroughly clean the exhaust gasket contact points on the outside of the manifold pipe from the exhaust, as well as the pot clamping point. Use a steel brush, triangular scraper and sandpaper to remove old gasket residue and corrosion.

Apply copper paste to the inside and outside of the new exhaust gasket. Now push it into the clamping point of the connection pipe (muffler) in its seat all the way down to the stop. Nothing should stick here. In this case, pull the seal out again. Slightly widen the opening so that the pipe can be pushed on tightly.

Push the muffler in line with the manifold pipe. Be careful not to tilt it, otherwise you risk damaging the gasket. The best way to do this is with a slight twisting motion. The rear retaining eyelet of the system must come to rest on the retaining hole.

Now place the matching stainless steel exhaust clamp as follows: The hook must engage in the cutout and the clamping point itself points backwards/downwards towards the tire. Finally, tighten the screw with about 20 Nm.

Slide a washer onto the screw, put everything through the hole in the bracket. Slide on another washer and then screw on a nut. Tighten everything with approx. 25 Nm.

Exhaust clamp for motorcycle from the TecBike shop

Are you looking for a new exhaust clamp for your motorcycle? In our assortment you will find high-quality exhaust clampsmade of stainless steel as well as universal exhaust springsmade of durable V2A stainless steel. Do you have any questions about exhaust clamps or our products? We are happy to help you with your selection. Talk to us, we are looking forward to you!

Exhaust clamp - stainless steel / Adjustable in different sizes Every biker loves his motorcycle. And many can't get enough of it. Even if you own a bike that is in top condition, there is always... read more »
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Exhaust clamp - stainless steel / Adjustable in different sizes

Every biker loves his motorcycle. And many can't get enough of it. Even if you own a bike that is in top condition, there is always something to improve and upgrade. A new exhaust system, for example, is a visual treat, and the systems can also be heard acoustically. In our TecBike online shop you will not only find the right exhaust system for your bike, but you will also get all the accessories you need for the conversion. A high-quality and adjustable pipe clampfor the exhaust made of stainless steel looks classy and holds the "bag" safely and reliably in place.

Exhaust clamp: Replacing the motorcycle exhaust - there and gone

If you have decided to give your motorcycle a new look with a new exhaust system from our range, the replacement is on your to-do list after the purchase. It's not witchcraft, but there are a few things to bear in mind.

As a rule, modern four-cylinder motorcycles are fitted with a four-in-one or a four-in-two exhaust system. The (un)regulated catalytic converter has now also migrated to the exhaust. Numerous seals prevent exhaust gases from being blown out into the open in an uncontrolled manner and the system from drawing false air.

For the removal and installation you need the following tools:

  • Ring and open-end wrenches in various sizes (mostly 8, 10, 12, 13, 14 and 17).
  • Socket wrench with T-handle for the manifold screws (width across flats 12, 13, 14). Alternatively, a ratchet with extension and the appropriate sockets is also suitable.
  • Torque wrench, sandpaper, wire brush, spray oil or rust remover, copper paste.
  • If required: screwdriver, small saw, spring hook for hooking and unhooking tension springs.


Before you start working, check the seals first. To do this, run the engine and hold your hand in front of the exhaust gasket at a distance of about two centimetres. If the gasket is defective, you can feel the exhaust gases blowing through your hand. Caution: hot!

Leaks can often be identified by a black colouration during a visual inspection. Important: Even if you tighten the exhaust clamp or the flanges more, the leak cannot be repaired. The only solution is to replace the defective gasket.

The dismantling

In the first step you loosen the screw of the pipe clamp for exhaust at the connection of muffler to exhaust manifold. It is normal that the screw is dirty or even heavily corroded. Use a wire brush to remove the roughest dirt, then spray with rust remover, let it sit for a few minutes. Open the screw with an exactly fitting hexagon nut.

At the muffler now treat the nut and the fastening screw at the pillion rests also with rust remover. While opening the nut with the appropriate wrench, hold the bolt head against it with a nut.

Nowremove the muffler. If the package gasket is crumbled, it is usually easy to pull off. Older gaskets like to stick in their seats. Again, rust remover works wonders. Hold the muffler with both hands and pull it off with slight twisting motions.

The mounting

Get a newexhaust gasket. The sleeve shines silvery-black and resembles in the structure a gauze bandage. It does not want to be pressed or bent.

It may be necessary to take a saw to help remove the old packing gasket. Now thoroughly clean the exhaust gasket contact points on the outside of the manifold pipe from the exhaust, as well as the pot clamping point. Use a steel brush, triangular scraper and sandpaper to remove old gasket residue and corrosion.

Apply copper paste to the inside and outside of the new exhaust gasket. Now push it into the clamping point of the connection pipe (muffler) in its seat all the way down to the stop. Nothing should stick here. In this case, pull the seal out again. Slightly widen the opening so that the pipe can be pushed on tightly.

Push the muffler in line with the manifold pipe. Be careful not to tilt it, otherwise you risk damaging the gasket. The best way to do this is with a slight twisting motion. The rear retaining eyelet of the system must come to rest on the retaining hole.

Now place the matching stainless steel exhaust clamp as follows: The hook must engage in the cutout and the clamping point itself points backwards/downwards towards the tire. Finally, tighten the screw with about 20 Nm.

Slide a washer onto the screw, put everything through the hole in the bracket. Slide on another washer and then screw on a nut. Tighten everything with approx. 25 Nm.

Exhaust clamp for motorcycle from the TecBike shop

Are you looking for a new exhaust clamp for your motorcycle? In our assortment you will find high-quality exhaust clampsmade of stainless steel as well as universal exhaust springsmade of durable V2A stainless steel. Do you have any questions about exhaust clamps or our products? We are happy to help you with your selection. Talk to us, we are looking forward to you!

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