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January 21, 2020, at 12:55 AM by 4.14.172.34 -
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A website called Predator Motorsport makes stainless exhausts for the GS500.

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A website called Predator Motorsport has stainless exhausts for the GS500.

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http://predatormotorsport.co.uk/search.php?mode=search&page=1

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http://predatormotorsport.co.uk/SUZUKI-GS500-GS500E-TWIN-2-1-SYSTEM-ROAD-IN-BRUSHED-STAINLESS-PS04BRUSH1/

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http://predatormotorsport.co.uk/SUZUKI-GS500-GS500E-TWIN-2-1-SYSTEM-ROAD-IN-BRUSHED-STAINLESS/

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The Jardine website no longer lists the GS500 as a search option... but they can still be found on amazon and eBay by searching for "Jardine GS500".

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http://predatormotorsport.co.uk/SUZUKI-GS500E-F-89-09-STAINLESS-STEEL-2-1-EXHAUST-DOWNPIPES-OEM-COMPATIBLE/

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Vance & Hines

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Vance & Hines used to make a full system for the GS500. It had black pipes and a silver wrap on the muffler. It is no longer available on the website BUT you might still be able to find it on eBay by searching "Vance and Hines GS500". At the time this was typed, there were active listings on eBay (April 2018).

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http://predatormotorsport.co.uk/Suzuki-GS500E-88-03-Silencer-Original-Style-Black-and-Aluminuim/

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Slip-On Mufflers

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Jardine

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Of course, other mufflers from different bikes could be adapted to fit. The stock pipe diameter has been noted to be 45mm but I personally cannot confirm that. You could find one that slides right on... or use an adapter or mid-pipe for successful installation.

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The Jardine website no longer lists the GS500 as a search option... but they can still be found on amazon and eBay by searching for "Jardine GS500".

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Replace Bolts with Studs and Nuts

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Vance & Hines

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It has been suggested several times on the forum to replace rusty OEM exhaust header bolts with studs and nuts. The idea is to wind the stud in and you never have to worry about damaging the threads in the engine ever again, because when you want to remove the exhaust, you remove the nuts on the studs, rather than removing stock bolts.

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Vance & Hines used to make a full system for the GS500. It had black pipes and a silver wrap on the muffler. It is no longer available on the website BUT you might still be able to find it on eBay by searching "Vance and Hines GS500". At the time this was typed, there were active listings on eBay (April 2018).

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They are M8-1.25mm. 60mm for the length has been confirmed to work with the stock header pipes.

More information about this can be found here in Showbizwolf's thread:

http://gstwins.com/gsboard/index.php?topic=70880.160

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Slip-On Mufflers

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Of course, other mufflers from different bikes could be adapted to fit. The stock pipe diameter has been noted to be 45mm but I personally cannot confirm that. You could find one that slides right on... or use an adapter or mid-pipe for successful installation.

Replace Bolts with Studs and Nuts


It has been suggested several times on the forum to replace rusty OEM exhaust header bolts with studs and nuts. The idea is to wind the stud in and you never have to worry about damaging the threads in the engine ever again, because when you want to remove the exhaust, you remove the nuts on the studs, rather than removing stock bolts.

They are M8-1.25mm. 60mm for the length has been confirmed to work with the stock header pipes.

More information about this can be found here in Showbizwolf's thread:

http://gstwins.com/gsboard/index.php?topic=70880.160

June 04, 2019, at 12:59 AM by 24.145.4.152 -
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Jardine

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Predator Motorsport

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The Jardine website no longer lists the GS500 as a search option... but they can still be found on amazon and eBay by searching for "Jardine GS500".

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A website called Predator Motorsport makes stainless exhausts for the GS500.

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Vance & Hines

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http://predatormotorsport.co.uk/search.php?mode=search&page=1

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Vance & Hines used to make a full system for the GS500. It had black pipes and a silver wrap on the muffler. It is no longer available on the website BUT you might still be able to find it on eBay by searching "Vance and Hines GS500". At the time this was typed, there were active listings on eBay (April 2018).

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Jardine

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Slip-On Mufflers

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The Jardine website no longer lists the GS500 as a search option... but they can still be found on amazon and eBay by searching for "Jardine GS500".

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Of course, other mufflers from different bikes could be adapted to fit. The stock pipe diameter has been noted to be 45mm but I personally cannot confirm that. You could find one that slides right on... or use an adapter or mid-pipe for successful installation.

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Vance & Hines

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Replace Bolts with Studs and Nuts

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Vance & Hines used to make a full system for the GS500. It had black pipes and a silver wrap on the muffler. It is no longer available on the website BUT you might still be able to find it on eBay by searching "Vance and Hines GS500". At the time this was typed, there were active listings on eBay (April 2018).

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It has been suggested several times on the forum to replace rusty OEM exhaust header bolts with studs and nuts. The idea is to wind the stud in and you never have to worry about damaging the threads in the engine ever again, because when you want to remove the exhaust, you remove the nuts on the studs, rather than removing stock bolts.

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Slip-On Mufflers

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They are M8-1.25mm. 60mm for the length has been confirmed to work with the stock header pipes.

More information about this can be found here in Showbizwolf's thread:

http://gstwins.com/gsboard/index.php?topic=70880.160

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Of course, other mufflers from different bikes could be adapted to fit. The stock pipe diameter has been noted to be 45mm but I personally cannot confirm that. You could find one that slides right on... or use an adapter or mid-pipe for successful installation.

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Replace Bolts with Studs and Nuts


It has been suggested several times on the forum to replace rusty OEM exhaust header bolts with studs and nuts. The idea is to wind the stud in and you never have to worry about damaging the threads in the engine ever again, because when you want to remove the exhaust, you remove the nuts on the studs, rather than removing stock bolts.

They are M8-1.25mm. 60mm for the length has been confirmed to work with the stock header pipes.

More information about this can be found here in Showbizwolf's thread:

http://gstwins.com/gsboard/index.php?topic=70880.160

June 04, 2019, at 12:45 AM by 24.145.4.152 -
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The Jardine website no longer lists the GS500 as a search option... but they can still be found on amazon and eBay by searching for "Jardine GS500"

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The Jardine website no longer lists the GS500 as a search option... but they can still be found on amazon and eBay by searching for "Jardine GS500".

June 04, 2019, at 12:45 AM by 24.145.4.152 -
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The Jardine website is a bit difficult to use but they do offer a system for the GS500. It's the RT-1.

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The Jardine website no longer lists the GS500 as a search option... but they can still be found on amazon and eBay by searching for "Jardine GS500"

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http://www.jardineproducts.com/product_sections/cat.asp?CatID=15

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Vance & Hines

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Vance & Hines used to make a full system for the GS500. It had black pipes and a silver wrap on the muffler. It is no longer available on the website BUT you might still be able to find it on eBay by searching "Vance and Hines GS500". At the time this was typed, there were active listings on eBay (April 2018).

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Luckily, you can also search for Jardine GS500 on amazon and eBay.

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Slip-On Mufflers

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Vance & Hines

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Of course, other mufflers from different bikes could be adapted to fit. The stock pipe diameter has been noted to be 45mm but I personally cannot confirm that. You could find one that slides right on... or use an adapter or mid-pipe for successful installation.

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Vance & Hines used to make a full system for the GS500. It had black pipes and a silver wrap on the muffler. It is no longer available on the website BUT you might still be able to find it on eBay by searching "Vance and Hines GS500". At the time this was typed, there were active listings on eBay (April 2018).

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Replace Bolts with Studs and Nuts

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Slip-On Mufflers

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It has been suggested several times on the forum to replace rusty OEM exhaust header bolts with studs and nuts. The idea is to wind the stud in and you never have to worry about damaging the threads in the engine ever again, because when you want to remove the exhaust, you remove the nuts on the studs, rather than removing stock bolts.

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Of course, other mufflers from different bikes could be adapted to fit. The stock pipe diameter has been noted to be 45mm but I personally cannot confirm that. You could find one that slides right on... or use an adapter or mid-pipe for successful installation.

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They are M8-1.25mm. 60mm for the length has been confirmed to work with the stock header pipes.

More information about this can be found here in Showbizwolf's thread:

http://gstwins.com/gsboard/index.php?topic=70880.160

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Replace Bolts with Studs and Nuts


It has been suggested several times on the forum to replace rusty OEM exhaust header bolts with studs and nuts. The idea is to wind the stud in and you never have to worry about damaging the threads in the engine ever again, because when you want to remove the exhaust, you remove the nuts on the studs, rather than removing stock bolts.

They are M8-1.25mm. 60mm for the length has been confirmed to work with the stock header pipes.

More information about this can be found here in Showbizwolf's thread:

http://gstwins.com/gsboard/index.php?topic=70880.160

June 04, 2019, at 12:36 AM by 24.145.4.152 -
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US site: http://www.delkevic.us/?route=product/category&path=15164&description=Delkevic__Suzuki&category_string=Motorcycles%20%3E%20Suzuki#Products

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US site: https://delkevic.com/motorcycles/suzuki/1998-models/gs500e-f-1989-2002/

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UK site: http://delkevic.co.uk/index.php?route=product/category&path=1_3964_4016&category_string=Motorcycles%20%26gt%3B%20Suzuki%20%3E%20500%20cc%20Models

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UK site: https://delkevic.co.uk/s/Suzuki/GS500%20/1998

July 08, 2018, at 08:56 AM by 24.145.4.152 -
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They are M8-1.25mm. 70mm for the length is recommended, as 60mm has been confirmed to be a bit too short for stock headers.

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They are M8-1.25mm. 60mm for the length has been confirmed to work with the stock header pipes.

June 22, 2018, at 02:00 AM by 208.87.237.201 -
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They are M8-1.25mm but the length needed (for stock exhaust) is unconfirmed.

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They are M8-1.25mm. 70mm for the length is recommended, as 60mm has been confirmed to be a bit too short for stock headers.

April 23, 2018, at 01:37 AM by 208.87.237.201 -
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Of course, other mufflers from different bikes could be adapted to fit. Depending on the stock pipe diameter, you could find one that slides right on. If not, the use of an adapter or mid-pipe would be a solution.

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Of course, other mufflers from different bikes could be adapted to fit. The stock pipe diameter has been noted to be 45mm but I personally cannot confirm that. You could find one that slides right on... or use an adapter or mid-pipe for successful installation.

April 23, 2018, at 01:22 AM by 208.87.237.201 -
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Replace Bolts with Studs and Nuts

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Slip-On Mufflers

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It has been suggested several times on the forum to replace rusty OEM exhaust header bolts with studs and nuts. The idea is to wind the stud in and you never have to worry about damaging the threads in the engine ever again, because when you want to remove the exhaust, you remove the nuts on the studs, rather than removing stock bolts.

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Of course, other mufflers from different bikes could be adapted to fit. Depending on the stock pipe diameter, you could find one that slides right on. If not, the use of an adapter or mid-pipe would be a solution.

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Replace Bolts with Studs and Nuts


It has been suggested several times on the forum to replace rusty OEM exhaust header bolts with studs and nuts. The idea is to wind the stud in and you never have to worry about damaging the threads in the engine ever again, because when you want to remove the exhaust, you remove the nuts on the studs, rather than removing stock bolts.
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April 22, 2018, at 10:00 PM by 208.87.237.201 -
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Vance & Hines used to make a full system for the GS500. It had black pipes and a silver wrap on the muffler. It is no longer available on the website BUT you might still be able to find it on eBay by searching "Vance and Hines GS500". At the time this was typed, there were active listings on eBay.

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Vance & Hines used to make a full system for the GS500. It had black pipes and a silver wrap on the muffler. It is no longer available on the website BUT you might still be able to find it on eBay by searching "Vance and Hines GS500". At the time this was typed, there were active listings on eBay (April 2018).

April 22, 2018, at 09:59 PM by 208.87.237.201 -
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Vance & Hines used to make a full system for the GS500. It had black pipes and a silver wrap on the muffler. It is no longer available on the website BUT you might still be able to find it on eBay by searching "Vance and Hines GS500".

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Vance & Hines used to make a full system for the GS500. It had black pipes and a silver wrap on the muffler. It is no longer available on the website BUT you might still be able to find it on eBay by searching "Vance and Hines GS500". At the time this was typed, there were active listings on eBay.

April 22, 2018, at 09:59 PM by 208.87.237.201 -
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Replace Bolts with Studs and Nuts

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It has been suggested several times on the forum to replace rusty OEM exhaust header bolts with studs and nuts. The idea is to wind the stud in and you never have to worry about damaging the threads in the engine ever again, because when you want to remove the exhaust, you remove the nuts on the studs, rather than removing stock bolts.

to:

Vance & Hines used to make a full system for the GS500. It had black pipes and a silver wrap on the muffler. It is no longer available on the website BUT you might still be able to find it on eBay by searching "Vance and Hines GS500".

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Replace Bolts with Studs and Nuts


It has been suggested several times on the forum to replace rusty OEM exhaust header bolts with studs and nuts. The idea is to wind the stud in and you never have to worry about damaging the threads in the engine ever again, because when you want to remove the exhaust, you remove the nuts on the studs, rather than removing stock bolts.
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April 22, 2018, at 09:54 PM by 208.87.237.201 -
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http://www.jardineproducts.com/product_sections/cat.asp?CatID=15

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Luckily, you can also search for Jardine GS500 on amazon and eBay.

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http://www.jardineproducts.com/product_sections/cat.asp?CatID=15

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Vance & Hines

Replace Bolts with Studs and Nuts

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It has been suggested several times on the forum to replace rusty OEM exhaust header bolts with studs and nuts. The idea is to wind the stud in and you never have to worry about damaging the threads in the engine ever again, because when you want to remove the exhaust, you remove the nuts on the studs, rather than removing stock bolts.

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Luckily, you can also search for Jardine GS500 on amazon and eBay.

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Vance & Hines

Replace Bolts with Studs and Nuts

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It has been suggested several times on the forum to replace rusty OEM exhaust header bolts with studs and nuts. The idea is to wind the stud in and you never have to worry about damaging the threads in the engine ever again, because when you want to remove the exhaust, you remove the nuts on the studs, rather than removing stock bolts.
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April 22, 2018, at 09:54 PM by 208.87.237.201 -
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Vance & Hines

Replace Bolts with Studs and Nuts

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It has been suggested several times on the forum to replace rusty OEM exhaust header bolts with studs and nuts. The idea is to wind the stud in and you never have to worry about damaging the threads in the engine ever again, because when you want to remove the exhaust, you remove the nuts on the studs, rather than removing stock bolts.

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The Jardine website is a bit difficult to use but they do offer a system for the GS500. It's the RT-1. http://www.jardineproducts.com/product_sections/cat.asp?CatID=15

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They are M8-1.25mm but the length needed (for stock exhaust) is unconfirmed.

More information about this can be found here in Showbizwolf's thread:

http://gstwins.com/gsboard/index.php?topic=70880.160

to:

Luckily, you can also search for Jardine GS500 on amazon and eBay.

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Vance & Hines

Replace Bolts with Studs and Nuts


It has been suggested several times on the forum to replace rusty OEM exhaust header bolts with studs and nuts. The idea is to wind the stud in and you never have to worry about damaging the threads in the engine ever again, because when you want to remove the exhaust, you remove the nuts on the studs, rather than removing stock bolts.

They are M8-1.25mm but the length needed (for stock exhaust) is unconfirmed.

More information about this can be found here in Showbizwolf's thread:

http://gstwins.com/gsboard/index.php?topic=70880.160

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It has been suggested several times on the forum to replace rusty OEM exhaust header bolts with studs and nuts. The idea is to wind the stud in and you never have to worry about damaging the threads in the engine ever again, because when you want to remove the exhaust, you remove the nuts on the studs, rather than removing stock bolts.

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It has been suggested several times on the forum to replace rusty OEM exhaust header bolts with studs and nuts. The idea is to wind the stud in and you never have to worry about damaging the threads in the engine ever again, because when you want to remove the exhaust, you remove the nuts on the studs, rather than removing stock bolts.

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They are M8-1.25mm but the length needed (for stock exhaust) is unconfirmed.

April 22, 2018, at 09:39 PM by 208.87.237.201 -
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Replace Bolts with Studs and Nuts

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Replace Bolts with Studs and Nuts



It has been suggested several times on the forum to replace rusty OEM exhaust header bolts with studs and nuts. The idea is to wind the stud in and you never have to worry about damaging the threads in the engine ever again, because when you want to remove the exhaust, you remove the nuts on the studs, rather than removing stock bolts.

More information about this can be found here in Showbizwolf's thread:

http://gstwins.com/gsboard/index.php?topic=70880.160

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Black Widow Exhausts also makes mufflers and complete systems for the GS500.

https://www.blackwidowexhausts.co.uk/gs-500-28-c.asp

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They can also be found on eBay and amazon!

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Delkevic makes mufflers and complete systems for the GS500.
US site: http://www.delkevic.us/?route=product/category&path=15164&description=Delkevic__Suzuki&category_string=Motorcycles%20%3E%20Suzuki#Products
UK site: http://delkevic.co.uk/index.php?route=product/category&path=1_3964_4016&category_string=Motorcycles%20%26gt%3B%20Suzuki%20%3E%20500%20cc%20Models

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