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I'd love to hear those myself. At first, I thought they were a little odd, but now they are growing on me. Kinda dig the look of them...

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JoBu

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I heard these on a 748...sounded awesome...kind of like a Chevy big block!

They look very cool...I would insure that they come with the bracket assemblies, because it doesn't look like the stock ones will fit the different shape of the cannisters.

Also find out what provisions are available for remounting the license plate...that may be an issue...

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The exhaust does comes with the bracket assemblies. And you are correct, the stock assemblies will not work because of the teardrop shaped cannisters.

Because the cannisters are physically smaller than stock, mounting the license plate is no problem whatsoever.
 

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LOL at the Debol! /images/icons/laugh.gif

The D&D cans look like they have a really nice fit and finish. The Akrapovic cans fit in kinda cockeyed but have a nice finish as well. Personally I'm kinda with James though...gotta keep everything as pasta as possible. /images/icons/wink.gif If I didn't go with the Termis I guess it would have been the Arrow system as an alternative. You don't see them around here so that would be another way to personalize my bike a bit more from the rest.

 

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i have the D&D's and they sound great. i have even had guys with termi's comment on how good my bike sounds. plus im in texas so the lil texas flag works around here.

Eric
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stumper, does that little flag keep the locals from givin' you a hard time for "ridin' one of dem there EYE-tallyan motorsickles"?

I joke since I'm from Arkansas originally and, to this day, going home to where I grew up, to visit my parents, leaves me chuckling to myself -- and smiling. Two completely different worlds: where I grew up (small town, USA) and where I live now (Washington, DC -- home of the politically corrupt and the murder capital of the world ... 69.3 murders per 100,000 population). Political commentary over -- move along ... nothing to see here.

 
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