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If you have been to the Buy/Sell Forum you may have seen that I am looking for a PM62 for my GT200. I just had a thought though. Is there a danger of the passenger getting a burn from a mod pipe. I know the stock has a guard. Anyone have experience with this?
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I told you, your passager will only burn themselves once!
Have a look at this photo. It looks like the pipe sits low enough to not be a problem.

http://www.pmtuning.co.uk/Gallery/displayimage.php?album=random&cat=&pos=-15

Let me know if the link dosen't work.
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Re: Exhaust Pipe Burn Hazard
Wasp Rider wrote:
If you have been to the Buy/Sell Forum you may have seen that I am looking for a PM62 for my GT200. I just had a thought though. Is there a danger of the passenger getting a burn from a mod pipe. I know the stock has a guard. Anyone have experience with this?
Not a chance, I've got a PM pipe on my ET and it's never happened. It's not like the pillion footpegs are near the pipe like on a motorbike.

Anyway, your pillion should at least have long trousers on, much as I like to see miniskirts on scooters Laughing emoticon
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thanks gentlemen
I see there is nothing to worry about.

After 29 yrs as a maint. supervisor in a factory - safety is almost a paranoia with me now.
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Wasp Rider wrote:
After 29 yrs as a maint. supervisor in a factory - safety is almost a paranoia with me now.
Just b/c you're paranoid, doesn't mean they're not following you

safety >> good!
[nice logo, BTW]
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After 29 yrs as a maint. supervisor in a factory - safety is almost a paranoia with me now.
A tidy work area is a safe work area....
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[nice logo, BTW]
Thanks for the compliment pdxvespa. I have the same decal on my top box and a smaller version on the sides of my helmet. Strange is that urge to be different from the masses...probably one of the reasons we drive Vespas.
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