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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-20-2006, 07:31 PM Thread Starter
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2 Bros. question

to start if off, yes i've used the search button and found lots of info but have one to ask. for anyone with the 2 bros. pipe, whats the diff. between the M2 and M5, is it just dimension? and do they plan to come out with a full system if they dont have one already?

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I was trying to figure this out too. I found a place that says the M2 is a verticle oval and M5 is a horizontal oval both 4.85" by 3.75" and this is what MRI says too. However, I found out that's not true. If you go on two bros website, it shows the M2 for many bikes and it is always 4.85 by 3.75. On some bikes, ie the RR, there is a little superscript letter that changes the pipe. The RR uses M2 with a little H next to it. This means it's a M2 horizontal oval. The M5 is a bigger oval 5.375 by 4 inches. I found this out by clicking on the triumph 675 and seeing it listed there. So either way, for the RR you are going to want the M2^H or the M5^H depending on how big you want it. Your welcome, it took me like 3 hours to figure out all of this last night. I really want the two bros, but their website ******* blows.

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You got it the M2 is a small oval and the M5 is a bigger oval. Same internals from what i have been told and supposed to sound the same as well. They say the M5 fills the tail section very well.
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thanks guys for the info. figured that would be the case. one more question, does anyone know if there coming out with a full system?

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You got it the M2 is a small oval and the M5 is a bigger oval. Same internals from what i have been told and supposed to sound the same as well. They say the M5 fills the tail section very well.
Correct. and the M5 does fill it out nice. And about the full system. No clue

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the bigger one kinda reminds me of the hamaguchi pipe... two brothers have really stepped it up... looks nice... and their new packaging is really nice too!

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Nick, how much are the 2bros pipes going for the carbon one? If I order it from you, can I use me fiance's address in Vegas and still get it shipped to my house in CA so I wont have to pay CA tax?

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