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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 11-01-2009, 12:48 PM Thread Starter
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Stealth Exhaust System

came back from a stunt show in bako a while back and noticed this 1000rr had this sick exhaust system. i looked it up when i got home and its only for the 1000rr.....

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I wouldn't buy one but I like it.

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weird looking............
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i like it but think it would look better with some sort of undertail covering the majority of it.

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i like it because its different. when you riding around and at normal viewing height, you really dont see the exhaust.
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they should've done better work with the welding and a bit on aesthetics too-maybe used a better quality material. but i like the idea of it

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Interesting. Any more pictures?

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looks pretty cool. don't know if i like it or not.

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That would look awesome in cf
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they have had this in production for a while now. i like it. was going to try to fit it on to my 6 but the price was kinda high.

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thats bad @ss!!!
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it would look a lot better in black

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looks kinda like the exhaust Travis barker got on his cbr a while ago... cept his looked better.

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i like it but think it would look better with some sort of undertail covering the majority of it.
completely agree with this other than that I can dig it

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post #16 of 24 (permalink) Old 11-02-2009, 09:14 PM Thread Starter
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looks like something that was made in highschool shop class. the idea is nice but it needs to be perfected, carbon fiber or titanium
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Carbon fiber would be pretty sweet. Would be nice with an undertail too. Got a sound clip by any chance?
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different. Not bad though!

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I think it needs some sort of trim or something around the end. It looks a little cheap with all the metal showing. Cool idea though.
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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 12-19-2009, 11:36 AM Thread Starter
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when standing up and walking around this bike, you do not even notice or see the exhaust system.
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for something different.
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pretty slick. but i think you'll lose power. style over performance?
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i'd rock it, especially if it came in CF
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