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, wiggle and twist a bit while pulling back on the pipe. Take your time, and don't force the pipe off axis, or you will bend stuff.
Slowly wiggling back and forth is the way to go - It took me about ~5 minutes of back and forth and slight twisting to get the exhaust free.

Another tip - Make sure you give enough time for everything to cool down before starting. That stuff gets HOT!
 

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You can also spray a little spray lube where the pipe slips on and will help remove it as well. We do that often. just make sure you clean it all off and the bike is cold.
Chris
Great advice. Do make sure everything is CLEAN before running the bike again. Oils and contaminates on the surface of the exhaust can discolor the finish if they are not cleaned off completely before things heat up.
 
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