Hey Everyone! I have an 2007 VTX1300c with around 19k miles and an aftermarket exhaust. After taking the bike out of storage this winter (heated garage, under a cover) the rear brake pedal began to stick and didn't return properly. I took off the metal plate over the rear master cylinder and sprayed down the springs and pivot point with some PB blaster. I even cut away some of the exhaust's heat shield so that wasn't making contact with the rear brake pedal lever. Everything was moving freely so I put it back together and things were working fine until the bike warmed up and the pedal began sticking again. It looks like the exhaust itself is making contact with the brake lever after it has heated up and expanded. I even tried getting more clearance between the exhaust and brake lever by putting a wooden wedge in between the two before tightening it down, no luck. Is this problem most likely caused by the exhaust pipe heating up the rear brake pedal lever and causing it to stick? What's the best way of adjusting the exhaust so there's more clearance there? Do I have to disassemble the rear brake pedal lever and clean it up in order to fix this in the long term? Or can I just adjust the exhaust to have more clearance and then it will be fine? Appreciate all the help with my problem here!