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post #11 of 851 Old 08-13-11, 22:48
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Hey far canal, how do you like your comp werkes exhaust? I have been drooling over them ever since I saw them on the website. And how do they sound?

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Hey far canal, how do you like your comp werkes exhaust? I have been drooling over them ever since I saw them on the website. And how do they sound?
I love it and often get compliments about how good it looks and sounds(loud and throaty)...even the guys at the local Dookati dealership said it looks hawt.
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Well they are certainly hawt! Did you get them direct from comp werkes or another site? And are those the stock turn signals that you moved or a special mount kit for them? Anyways, killer bike and agency better exhaust!

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Well they are certainly hawt! Did you get them direct from comp werkes or another site? And are those the stock turn signals that you moved or a special mount kit for them? Anyways, killer bike and agency better exhaust!
Thanks. I got mine through a mate but TJ at Riders Discount(forum vendor) has the best price.
They are the Triumph LED's and are mounted on the lugs on the sub-frame which are hidden by the exhaust heat shield.
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thanks for the info. How could i get a hold of Tj from riders discount? And your saying I can move my turn sigs to the subframe like yours. But i would have to take off my exhaust heat shield to do so? So I am guessing that it would be better to wait till i get a new exhaust. Have you noticed any issues with your exhaust and not having a heat shield between the tail and exhaust?

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thanks for the info. How could i get a hold of Tj from riders discount?
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And your saying I can move my turn sigs to the subframe like yours. But i would have to take off my exhaust heat shield to do so? So I am guessing that it would be better to wait till i get a new exhaust
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None at all. You need to be a bit careful not to burn yourself when the exhaust is hot and putting the bike on a rear stand.
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I'll toss a few pictures into the mix. These were from a few days after I got the bike, so it is completely stock.









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Ever any difficulty reading the LCD portion in direct sunlight?
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