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Sold the slip on, now have to sell headers to help fund the full system purchase...I know itís not that difficult but with be my first time removing headers so should be fun


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Hindle has been ordered...should be here Wednesday or Thursday


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Now just waiting for it to arrive


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The anticipation is killing me here

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Stock headers up to where a slip on connects - weight 8lbs and 13.8oz. Same length of Hindle stainless steel system - weight 4lbs 10.8oz. Slip on including brackets - weight 4lbs 13oz. Huge weight savings plus incredible sound and it looks tons better. Shoutout to the Motomummy crew...Iíll at least look fast at tech





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talk about a glo' up... diggin the converted look.
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Exhaust looks really clean man! Bad ass you were able to get a pic of it spitting flames!
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Even with knee down and hanging halfway off the bike I still left my first TD with chicken strips, these 180/60s keep the meat on the table. Loved the bike. Looking forward to the next one

These were before pictures, or just in case pictures, since I have a tendency of crashing





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So is she finally done? Or do you still have more planned for the bike?
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What brake pads up front are you running?

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Nice job mate, well done.
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So is she finally done? Or do you still have more planned for the bike?


I need a radiator guard and Iíd like to get woodcraft clip ons. Iím running stock damper and itís solid so far. At some point Iíd like to upgrade brake lines to core moto and also get some case savers...I think that puts me at the end for my capability which is barely novice lol


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They are Bremboís I believe. I havenít checked them but thatís what previous owner said and they have a ton of meat left... Iíve always used CL XBKs in the past so the current ones will be replaced with those when itís time.


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Well it sounds like you're in the homestretch bud! Still a decent amount of upgrades but nothing like the long list I'm sure you started with!
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Looking proper! How were the Q4s?

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Looking proper! How were the Q4s?


Phenomenal grip but I think unless you truly an expert rider that a Q3+ is more than enough. Josh herrin rose cota last November at a track day and was doing 2:18s on a Q3+ that was a customers replica bike of his attack performance r1.....


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