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post #5651 of 6678 Old 02-04-15, 13:04
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How about a pipe?
Part of me wants to keep the bike mostly stock but then again if I found an exhaust I really liked, I'd probably get one. All the ones I have seen, really don't appeal to me. All the slip ons I have seen look out of place to me. Also it seems no one makes a full exhaust for this generation.
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I think arrow does.....
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I think arrow does.....

Not for street triple. The Arrow full system is for the Daytona only I believe.



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I think arrow does.....

Not for street triple. The Arrow full system is for the Daytona only I believe.

Arrow needs to get on their game! Correct me if I'm wrong. But wasn't the full exhaust universal for the pre 2012 models? Lazy Gits, make a street header arrow!
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Just ordered a r&g tail tidy and scorpion exhaust. I can't wait till spring. Going to get a quick shifter too.
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That RX looks great! I really wish it came in white, but I suppose it can always be repainted. Keep the reviews coming so I pull the trigger and get it!
As long as my dealer is able to get one and can help me with the price a bit, it looks like I'm going to. I like it so much. I know some aren't a fan of the red wheels, but I dig them. It has some of the subtle changes I'd like on the regular R. If only it came with a tail tidy and better mirrors... (and I'll more than likely get rid of the fly screen).

Cheers to everybody who is able to ride this time of year.
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Ordered a 1050 throttle tube.
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Fomoto Quick valve, compworks red integrated tail light, r&g tail tidy, rear peg delete!!!!1!

Also, the rear wheel gets nasty. Turtle wax has a degreaser a little on a rag, cleans the wheels up perfectly. Safe for plastics and paints. I'll post what I used. Works like a charm.
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Ordered up some bar risers and swmotech rack and Givi top case w/built in brake light and scheduled a time to get my suspension setup. Looking forward to having some storage and a softer ride.

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Fomoto Quick valve, compworks red integrated tail light, r&g tail tidy, rear peg delete!!!!1!

Also, the rear wheel gets nasty. Turtle wax has a degreaser a little on a rag, cleans the wheels up perfectly. Safe for plastics and paints. I'll post what I used. Works like a charm.
I like the red wheels! Def post up what degreaser that you're using.
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