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post #31 of 112 (permalink) Old 03-14-2009, 01:27 PM Thread Starter
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OK got the video doesnt really do it justice but I just listened to it on the laptop so maybe with good speakers you coulld hear it a little better
I really like the improved sound, deeper at idle and sounds sort of the same in the upper RPM's

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Pipe sounds nice man, and that is one nice car. I'm hoping that will be my next investment in a year or so.

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thanks are you going to cut down yours now?

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I think I might attempt it. I'm on spring break now. I just need to go buy a rivet gun.

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looks good
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Ok I jsut got back from a nice ride and it is definately louder now, not alot but it is
I might get the insert to quiet it down a bit

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i wanna cut mine noooww :(

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it looks really good.. Alot better from stock. My question is why didnt you cut the mid pipe? or you cant? I have an 05...so i dont know what the 07 pipe looks like.
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post #39 of 112 (permalink) Old 04-09-2009, 12:22 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks, the mid pipe is one peice and the way it bends it would have been alot harder to do it that way.

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here's what it looks like now with a CA light




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Nice light dude, your bike is lookin sharp for sure.

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Bike looks awesome!! Good job man
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Call me old fashioned but i like the longer pipe. But it does sound a lil bit deeper with the short. I also noticed it seems to be a little more raspy up top (i mean that in a good way). Did anyone else notice that?

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I order the power tip so I hope that will help some, or least make it not so loud

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I did the same thing to my exhaust about a month ago...I have the metal one and took off about 2 inches aswell....looks great but the sound is rediculus....it can be really anoying depending on the RPM.....deff. got louder
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post #46 of 112 (permalink) Old 04-23-2009, 04:26 PM
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not sure about the sound as I dont have speakers here at work but cosmetic wise it looks 10x better, i hate how 2bros sticks out. It was on my list before I got my Akra but the amount i stuck out turned me off it pretty quick.
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post #47 of 112 (permalink) Old 04-28-2009, 11:33 PM
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i just did this today and it looks 10x better yes its a bit louder, but i think i can deal with it. i used a dremel to cut the carbon fiber and it worked perfectly..

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awesome thread! I was debating on slip ons because the amount the 2bros stuck out but after seeing this diy im going to get a 2 bros and cut it down too. Thanks!
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I have a Ti Leo that's a perfect fit... and not a big fan of that factory look skirt. pretty bike though
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wow! it looks waayyyy better. Now you NEED a good fender elim.
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I love it! Thanks for taking the time to post picts. Im about to buy a bike with a twobros and the amount it sticks out is my biggest concern with this exhaust. Now all ill do is cut it and it will look perfect. Keep up the good work.
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now im tempted to buy a 2bros and mod it like this
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Let us all know if your tail light ends up melting/discolors after extended rides. I believe that is why it sticks out further.

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Looks really good man. just pc ur rearsets/pegs to match and you're all set

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tail light seems to be fine

Ive thought about doing that to the rear pegs but I kinda like the offset of color there
plus I usally have them off unless my wife is riding with me alot

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that pipe looks awesome after its cut. i wish i could cut mine
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Bike looks awesome man! (and car) If I do get the Two Brothers I'm definitely going to go this route.

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yeah that looks way better.
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i cant wait to get mine so i can do the same thing to it!
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Looks like i'll be modifying mine when I put it on. Thanks for being the guinea pig for us! I assume using the tape, and the miter saw, it didn't fray the CF much, if any??
Hmm, you wouldn't be willing to do this for others, would you??

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