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Old 11-12-12, 12:53   #1
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Hi All,

So here's a few pics of my new HP Corse exhaust, just installed. This is the low boy version (HYDROFORM). The bike sounds amazing! Next is a tail tidy.
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Looks excellent! Any chance we could get some audio?

On, and it looks like D3 components has tidy tails in stock again. Get one while you can. I had to compromise and get a R&G tail tidy.
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Far and away the best-looking low-boy exhaust out there! A good audio clip of it would be nice. Looks like you got the "slip-on" version, how was the installation process?
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Hi All,

So here's a few pics of my new HP Corse exhaust, just installed. This is the low boy version (HYDROFORM). The bike sounds amazing! Next is a tail tidy.

So how does the end piece or canister attach on this one? I see it going across / under the bike instead of down like to where the 3 pipes collect into one. How does this one work? In your middle pic, I see another pipe... just not sure how it all connects and if you have a FULL system or not... The end result is VERY nice.... beautiful.
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some weird plumbing down there, i see portion of the mid pipe but overall the system looks amazing
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Looks Sweet +1 for audio
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I have one for sale. It only weighs about 7lbs total for all pieces. Goes into OEM header pipe after pulling the brass wire gasket. Mount to pipe attaches to foot guard on OEM rear set.

I did make a sound video before removing it, but too large to post. Might try later to reduce size. It is only slightly louder than stock, think 85 db.



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Gotta love hydro-forming, they did an excellent job on that! This is the only low-mount option I would consider. I'd probably even be willing to trade my Arrow twins for this, lol.
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where did you buy it from? I've been drooling over the high mount version.
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The install was easy, the stock mid-pipe was a pain to take out and I had to remove rear set on the right side to sneak in the connector. So like the photos provided earlier there's a s-looking connector pipe and then the slip-on. It sounds as good as it looks. I will post a vid soon, i was too busy riding it today.

I purchased this from a seller in Ontario Canada, ItalianMotoStyles
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