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Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Grass Lake, Mi, USA
There are so many slip on options Iím sure youíll be able to find something that will increase performance and still fit you comfort zone for sound. Just donít unnecessarily rev the engine until youíre out of your neighborhood. I have Staintune on my SS and I donít think youíd have any noise issues with them at all. Though it isnít the best thing for the motor, when I had to leave early in the morning I hardly did any warm up at all, and no throttle blipping. I started the bike, pulled on my lid and gloves, and rode away, taking it easy for the first mile or so. Most people realize when youíre doing your best to be courteous.
'96 Ducati SS900CR, '07 S4RS, '06 Busa, '77 Bonny,
'00 Superglide, '85 Sportster, '78 SR500