Exaust Pipe...Grrrrrrrrrr

I have a 1976 Batavus...I didn't relieze they were so low to the ground...I ran off a sidewalk curb..(going really slow) and my @#$@# exhaust pipe hit the $@#$2 curb. Its scratched and is not slighted dented in (Its right by the engine)...but now my moped sounds different and stalls when idling......I can't believe this grrrrrrrrrrr...as soon as i get my moped to run good this happens...any body have any suggestions...or am i doomed to by a new exaust pipe...and would it be hard to get since its from a 1976 batavus and is there any to fix it. I can not believe this happened...also is there any danger or any effect of it being slighty dented...I think its causing to my moped to stall...grrrr..well...any help is apprecaited.

Thanks Nick

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Don't know anything about a Batavus, but look for a crack(s) in the exhaust system all the way from the engine back. That could account for the noise and the stalling.

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Nevermind...It must of moved of place when It hit the curb...but I just took it off and put it back on..and now its fine.

-Nick

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Just a note Nick.I think Handy Bikes can get quite a few parts for the Batavus,`cause B.J. showed me a rack of Batavus parts on a walk-thru,I think.BYE! Their # is 614-299-0550

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ok, thanks don

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Nick,

I had the exact same thing happen with my 1975 HS-50. The exhaust bolts don't seen to hold too well. I have to use red loctite and retorque them each weekend to keep them in place.

Richard

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