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post #2941 of 3752 (permalink) Old Oct 4th, 2013, 11:27 pm
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where is this fairing from?
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post #2942 of 3752 (permalink) Old Oct 6th, 2013, 2:02 am
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I visited an old junkyard in the forests of southern Småland the other day.



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Super ditto - more pics please, especially the front.

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post #2945 of 3752 (permalink) Old Oct 7th, 2013, 2:43 pm
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My NOS high mount carbon Termis arrived from Italy today, and I was happy as a kid on Christmas morning.



A comparison of the new Termignoni exhaust to the left and the old Sil Motor exhaust to the right. Quite a difference in height!



Not so bad, ey? Makes lovely Italian music as well...



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Same termi's I have....Very beautiful almost twin bike

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Same termi's I have
I also have them the only thing I don't like is my heels from my boots melt on them during Track Days.

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I also have them the only thing I don't like is my heels from my boots melt on them during Track Days.

Very Sexy....Sound is Good...

Yup the first thing I noticed when I rode spirited

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post #2949 of 3752 (permalink) Old Oct 8th, 2013, 12:22 am
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Same termi's I have....Very beautiful almost twin bike
Thanks, and yes, they are almost like twins now! When I took the last pic in a abandoned and deserted industry area in town, suddenly a Danish registered car approached me: it was a Dane who had a 1995 750 SS back home in Denmark! What are the odds? It's a small world...

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I also have them the only thing I don't like is my heels from my boots melt on them during Track Days.

Very Sexy....Sound is Good...
Thanks, like them a lot! Sound is awesome, even if I find my old Sil Motor a little deeper/lower in tone - and much more quieter.
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