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post #41 of 849 Old 10-08-11, 14:37
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Great pics Matt.

And those bar ends look great Canal.

Horsepower is how hard you hit the wall. Torque is how far you take the wall with you.
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Oh hai..


So clean with the tidy tail and flush mounts...

Have you been pulled over yet for the plate location? I'd get rolled in 2 seconds with that down here in cali
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Thanks!!

And no, I've never been bothered for plate location, or the fact that its not lit.

*Knocks on wood*

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I really like the look of that Arrow Exhaust, I am torn between the Arrow and the Akrapovic. Any opinions on sound? I don't see much of a difference in looks.

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That's a sick looking bike and white/red/white compliment each other.
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I really like the look of that Arrow Exhaust, I am torn between the Arrow and the Akrapovic. Any opinions on sound? I don't see much of a difference in looks.
I can't give an opinions on sound but I really like the way the stock carbon heat shield fits around the Arrow system.

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I really like the way the stock carbon heat shield fits around the Arrow system.
True.

I'm quite partial to the Akra... I'll be hitting that up ASAP.
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I am parshal to the Arrow. I like the way it fits under the factory heat shield, and I wanted a small pipe, the Akra seems way longer than the Arrow does, at least to me.


The Arrow sounds really good, but 675's sound really good in general lol.

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I have to agree. I've never heard a bad one, just different types of awesome.

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Akra seems way longer than the Arrow does, at least to me.
It does stick out too far for me as well, but I'll drill out the rivets, trim it down flush, and re-rivet. Perfect
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