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Had my T7 running on the bike lift and there was gasses blowing and water dripping from a small hole at the lowest point of the OEM silencer, it's not a badly welded seam or damage  it looks like a hole to allow condensation ect drain out can someone confirm this the case?

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That’s exactly what it is. It’s not a straight through pipe, so with all the gas diversion inside, it tend to build condensation (until nice and hot.)

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Thanks, there could be a problem in the future all vehicles in Britain at three years old have to pass an MOT test once a year which is a certificate of road worthiness one of the common failures is a leaky exhaust.

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46 minutes ago, Mapbook said:

Thanks, there could be a problem in the future all vehicles in Britain at three years old have to pass an MOT test once a year which is a certificate of road worthiness one of the common failures is a leaky exhaust.

It won't fail for that as most bikes have the little hole to let condensation out. Standard stuff.

 

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