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I can't believe how many welded sections they've used to fabricate those......can someone please buy DD a pipe-bending machine...!?!

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Somebody fit one of these to yr SF and show us how it looks and sounds.


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i can't believe how many welded sections they've used to fabricate those......can someone please buy dd a pipe-bending machine...!?!Jdw
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looks pretty badass to me!
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I can't believe how many welded sections they've used to fabricate those......can someone please buy DD a pipe-bending machine...!?!

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yeah, the concept is quite cool, but with all those welds it looks kinda funky...

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That looks utterly awesome, I am v tempted to order one.

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thats pretty bad-ass imo...
would love to see it on a SF...

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I am not too keen on how the muffler for the rear cylinder looks as it is quite long and straight and doesn't flow with the curves of the exhaust. U do love the welds and over all approach. I also wonder if those headers would not scavenge as well being muffled so close to the heads. But, what do I know...?

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It looks good, but I think the can on the bottom will be too bulky as there is no belly pan to really hide it on the SF. I think it will look killer on the 1X98s.

Someone get one already and do a review lol!!
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This is one of those love-it-or-hate-it items I think.........personally I think the segmented assembly has a custom one-off look that accentuates the "visual mechanicals" look of the SF nicely. If the bottom can hangs down very much I'm not sure I'd like that..........we'll just have to wait and see.


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yeah, the concept is quite cool, but with all those welds it looks kinda funky...
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