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The best pipe for the v-rod period.Very easy install.They have a crisper,deeper tone than the ST's.They are a little louder but not much.It's a more choppy odle.I feel the power come in quicker and stay with it all the way to limiter.Much more throttle response at all rpm's.It revs quicker than my ST's.(could be from tune).This is all with the tune for the ST.And after the IAT and air lid mod and non-egual length stacks.I know that my tuner will get some out of these TT's.

Pics aren't the greatest,my camera hasn't been taking good pics lately.
 

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FastVRSCA said:
Looks sweet vinny.
Thanks,
and they sound sweet :diablo:
 

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Who's :spank: Your Daddy? Now get the NOS Sytem Hooked up! :diablo:
 

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Super Kaz said:
Who's :spank: Your Daddy? Now get the NOS Sytem Hooked up! :diablo:
;) :diablo: :ride:
 

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Is that the TT with the upswing that was made speacial for the group buy
 

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Sweet looking pipe! How is it on the leg with no heat shield? I still am going to get one though, it just sounds like it is the best pipe out there. :thumb:
 

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Thats the Regular Race Pipe.The Upswept would be a ONE-OFF just for the Group Purchase! :cool:
 

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Staney said:
Sweet looking pipe! How is it on the leg with no heat shield? I still am going to get one though, it just sounds like it is the best pipe out there. :thumb:
I wouldn't wear shorts. ;) I'm gonna take a stock heatshield and modify it just U bend around the clutch.

These are not the upswept pipes.
 

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So Kaz do you agree that TT's are better than ST's ???
The ST's are definitely a better looking pipe, so if I can get looks
and performance I'd go with the ST's... :2cents:
 

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Lenelsa,They will shine up once I get the Mother's billet on it.I went from the ST's to these.They give more power than the ST's.The TT's are Jet Hot coated,not chromed like the ST's.
 

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The ST's are Cool for a Street Bike"They Do Look Great" ,but for All Out Performance the TT's are the way to go! :thumb:
 

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Vinny,
Can you post some pics from the sideview - at a 90 degree angle to the bike from varying heights - I am trying to see the profile. What are your thoughts on the sound - is it extremely loud? How about the lack of heat shield is that a problem for melting things - would it be easy to burn yourself? Are you going to have it tuned and dynoed?
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Kevin
 

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I could be Wrong, but i believe that Hot Jet is a ceramic coating ( it looks to be ceramic anyhow ).If is indeed ceramic coated, then the heat should be minimal .
 

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Sawn,
Believe me JetHot Coated or Not the Pipes Get Very Hot! :eek:
 

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Kevn,
I'll try to get some better pics today.The weather hasn't cooperated to get out of the garage.They sound crisper,deeper,and a tinsy little bit louder than the ST's.Gave a choppier idle.They are not loud at all,except nailing the throttle.It doesn't sound like a glasspack like my ST's did.I'm trying find someone that can capture a good sound byte.

They are JetHot coated,but it gets warm at the U bend(right calf).I'm gonna modify a stock heatsheild for that bend.Other than that,They are not near enough to melt anything.5 min.after you turn off the bike you can touch the pipes and they have little heat in them.Sam gives a shield to wrap around the oil cooler line,and you have to move the line closer to the radiator.The whole install took about 2-3hrs.
 

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Here are some more pics
 

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tough pipes

Vinny the pipes look great man, I'd love to hear a sound byte. What's up with the gap between your air box cover and you frame?

JMAN OUT!!!
 
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