Pro Honda Hondabond HT

Pro Honda Hondabond HT
Pro Honda Hondabond HT

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Description Item #PHO000A

This item is considered hazardous material. Orders containing this product will ship ground only and cannot be shipped to Alaska, Hawaii, US Territories or outside the United States.

Nobody offers a more comprehensive line of motorcycle-specific oils and chemicals than Pro Honda. Developed through the performance and durability testing of professional racing, these Honda motorcycle oil and service products are crafted to the same high exacting standards as your Honda.

  • High-temperature silicone liquid gasket.
  • Unique formula is non-acidic and won't corrode aluminum like other silicon gasket products will.
  • For use in applications not requiring solid gaskets.

Pro Honda P/N: 08718-0004.

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3 Reviews
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Verified Purchaser
Hondabond HT

Easy to use,didn't leak, first time ever using.. Used this on my rc51 oilpan because Honda doesn't offer a oilpan gaskit.. Great stuff

Verified Purchaser
Lancaster, CA, USA
Honda Bond HT

My nephew loves this stuff and says it works really well for what you use it on and for.

Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
South Texas
Worth every penny

Works great on engine assembly.
No leaks.

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Q: Okay for exhaust?
2 years 2 months ago
Would this be ok to put around the exhaust where it meets the engine? It leaks out a little there and would like something to cover it. if not, what could i possibly use?
MotoSport Staff Expert Top 10 Contributor Top 1 Contributor
2 years 2 months ago
A: I would recommend replacing your exhaust Gasket/ O-Ring and replacing your Exhaust Springs if your bike uses them and checking your Header or Pipe for any abnormalities. I would not recommend using Hondabond on your exhaust.
2 years 2 months ago Location: Whitehouse,tx
A: I would not use on exhaust it's really made to mate two surfaces and not made to put on thick. I would spot weld the leak.
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