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If you’ve ever ridden a two-stroke in the bush, chances are you’ve dented, damaged or completely destroyed the bike’s expansion chamber. It’s a vulnerable component on every two-stroke dirt bike, and even reasonably small dents will significantly affect power.


So, short of tip-toeing through the bush, how can you avoid the expense of a replacement pipe, which retails for around a hefty $350 (and often more)? Sure, you can run a pipe guard as a preventative measure. But even these won’t guard against big hits. The answer? Get some advice on whether your pipe can be blown back into shape, which is a far cheaper option than a replacement pipe. 

In the next video you will see how to fix the dents on your two stroke pipe in some easy steps..

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