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For those of you that have the D&D Fat Cat system on your ride here is my question for you. Does the bend of the rear pipe cause the exhaust to get to close to your leg and make it burn, or is it still far enough away that it does not burn your leg?
 

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I ride mine in shorts all the time and have touched it a time or two, but you learn quickly not to do that and it doesn't seem to be a problem now. I am 5'10" and I ride almost every day, with shorts, just have learned to keep my foot on the outside portion of the peg.

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I haven't had a problem with it.
 

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no problem on the CX
 

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vrscd_special said:
For those of you that have the D&D Fat Cat system on your ride here is my question for you. Does the bend of the rear pipe cause the exhaust to get to close to your leg and make it burn, or is it still far enough away that it does not burn your leg?
I actually think the position of the rear header is better than on the stock exhaust.. So, my leg feels further away when at stops and when riding it is in front of it. I really like it.
 

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Thanks for the great info guys.
 
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