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post #1 of 29 Old 12-08-10, 13:42 Thread Starter
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Discount: Chain Reaction Moto Exhausts! **CLOSED**

Chain Reaction Moto (CRM) is offering a 20% discount and they are throwing in free domestic (USA) shipping as well!

*Edit* If you buy an exhaust, you will get accessories (ceramic coating, coloured clamps, baffles) at a 20% discount as well.

This is an awesome deal on some awesome exhausts!
CRM has a great reputation for their products and their customer service on this forum.

This GB includes:
- Street Triple GP Low Mount (originally $475)
- Street Triple Dual High Mount (originally $925)
- Speed Triple GP Low Mount (originally $450)
- Speed Triple Dual High Mount (originally $950)
- Ducati Streetfighter Dual High Mount (originally $1,550)

Details on the exhaust systems can be found at http://www.chainreactionmoto.com/cat...haust-Systems/

The ST GP Low Mount exhaust has an amazing sound, great power, and awesome weight savings (15lbs over stock). Plus it is arguably the best looking exhaust for the ST/R! This will make a great addition to your bike and a good winter project to do.

*Edit* Minimum: no longer any minimum for the GB

*Edit* Deadline: January 31st, 2011. (members will not have to wait until close date to order exhaust)

Lead time: depending on the exhaust and what they have in stock, it may take 1-2 weeks for production of the units (after payment)

Shipping: depends on how and where you want it shipped (will be shipped from 89406)

Payments: Payments will be made directly with CRM (PayPal)

*Edit* GB member list has be removed (no longer a minimum number of members for GB)
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Wow! Great price!

There's definitely argument regarding the best looking exhaust. It's all subjective. The GP Low Mount is my favorite low-mount exhaust when paired with a belly pen, but without one, I think it looks terrible.

I've heard both the twin high-mount and the low-mount versions in person, and there is no video clip out there that can do them any justice. They are pretty sweet!
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Wish I had a Street Triple right about now.. :drool:
I bet with some minor changes you could get one to fit on your Daytona...
Looks pretty good IMO (first attempt using GIMP)
At this price you might as well buy one and try it out

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There's definitely argument regarding the best looking exhaust. It's all subjective. The GP Low Mount is my favorite low-mount exhaust when paired with a belly pen, but without one, I think it looks terrible.

I've heard both the twin high-mount and the low-mount versions in person, and there is no video clip out there that can do them any justice. They are pretty sweet!
I definitely agree... It looks awesome with a bellypan and not so awesome without one.
I can't wait to get one of these on my bike so that I can hear it in person!

Scott

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Any plans for a Daytona exhaust?

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Any plans for a Daytona exhaust?
I have no idea... I can ask. But if they are willing to do one, they will probably need/want a test Daytona to mock up.
Anyone with a D675 around Fallon NV who would be willing to help out with development?

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Any plans for a Daytona exhaust?
I talked with Bob (owner of CRM) and he said that yes he is willing to do a Daytona exhaust.
He just needs a bike as a guinea pig. Any takers?
Note: For the GP style, he would have to remove the cat and exhaust valve.

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While I think it looks pretty sweet as a low mount, one of those as high mount would be awesome.


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While I think it looks pretty sweet as a low mount, one of those as high mount would be awesome.
How about something like this?

CRM can probably do something like that. But again they would need a guinea pig...

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That's pretty awesome. So who wants to be the guinea pig for the Daytona's?


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