Get on it above seven grand and it doesn't sound like any sewing machine I know of? Sounds darn nice up there, but you can ride around the city or your neighborhood without angering neighbors or setting off car alarms.look like mufflers that come on a DX but with chrome tips. there nothing special, just stock mufflers. them mufflers make the bike sound like a singer sewing machine.
I drilled my R muffs. Wasn't thrilled and sealed 'em back up. I had a freind ride the bike by while I stood roadside and observed various speeds. I was pleasantly amazed. The stock tubes make a nice, viscious snarl with good volume. It reminds me of an exotic car. I also love the sound the bike makes on decel when the throttle is closed. It's music.Get on it above seven grand and it doesn't sound like any sewing machine I know of? Sounds darn nice up there, but you can ride around the city or your neighborhood without angering neighbors or setting off car alarms.
Not too many pipes will make more power over the entire rev range either. Most of the aftermarket stuff is not well engineered at all. Lots of noise and "style" but most hurt power and/or grind in corners.
I'm hearing ya bro. I'm hoping the clock winds around to quitting time before the rain flies, again. If I'd have played hookie fifteen minutes early yesterday I would have made it home dry, but when it's dry(ish) in the morning it's tough to resist the song that motorcycle sings.Okay, Philthy, Imma gonna try it!! I WISH THIS WINTER WOULD GET OVER ALREADY!!! ~~~~~~Sorry, guys I gotta go wash my other hand!!! Damn, I was this close too!!!
[Hey guys, anybody have the exhaust collector for the "R" from when you switched out pipes? Service guy said mine is pretty bad. Its the middle piece that the 2 pipes from the engine hook into and then the 2 exhaust pipes hook into!! I have the heat shields will only need the collector! PM me or let me know here! Thanks~ /QUOTE] I may have one stashed away. I'll look this weekend. Its yours for the price of shipping if I still have it.