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AR can with exhaust clamp. Your opinion.

This AR exhaust is connected only at the header which is fine but I decided to really keep it solid on the bike. What do you guys think of the look? Keep it or looks better without the exhaust clamp?
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This AR exhaust is connected only at the header which is fine but I decided to really keep it solid on the bike. What do you guys think of the look? Keep it or looks better without the exhaust clamp?
Would be easier with a picture or atleast a drawing

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Hey Bop, your to quick to reply. I was flipping the picture over. It was upside down. Lol
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It looks really good but don't you think it's overkill? Isn't there a bracket that is bolted at the frame just behind the belly of the fairing? I think you can see the bracket in the pic.

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It looks really good but don't you think it's overkill? Isn't there a bracket that is bolted at the frame just behind the belly of the fairing? I think you can see the bracket in the pic.
It is overkill. There is a bracket but it's close to where the header and exhaust meet leaving the can at the end to slightly move a few mm.
Header is solid but I think where the 2 springs are connecting the muffler, that's where you get a little play.
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Extra support never hurts - but if it were mine, I'd powder coat it black.
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I think it looks killer

It carries the visual of the silver foot peg and ankle gaurs down the bike
If those where black, it would stick out, but the way it is looks clean to me

Nice bracket design too
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The bracket is a good idea actually. It will probably help take some of the stress off the muffler.

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Thanks guys. Btw that is a Two Bros Racing exhaust clamp. Only $16.50
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