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post #1 of 11 Old 06-18-2004, 11:48 AM Thread Starter
 
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1000RR and Two Bros Installed

Well, I installed a Titanium 2 Bros on the 1000 and I must say WOW. Awesome rumble. I like it A LOT Now just need to get short stalks and decide if Im going to remove side fairings. 2Bros Pics
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Re: 1000RR and Two Bros Installed

Looks killer, I love TwoBros!!!
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Re: 1000RR and Two Bros Installed

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Well, I installed a Titanium 2 Bros on the 1000 and I must say WOW. Awesome rumble. I like it A LOT Now just need to get short stalks and decide if Im going to remove side fairings. 2Bros Pics
Remove side fairings?

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Re: 1000RR and Two Bros Installed

I mean side heat shields DOH
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Re: 1000RR and Two Bros Installed

Petey, be nice!

Personally, I like TBR stuff. Looks like a nicely finished system and I sort of like what they're doing to the outlet of the underseat systems on the 1000RR and the R1. I'm sure it sounds nice too.
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Re: 1000RR and Two Bros Installed

I thought it was Two Mothers
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Re: 1000RR and Two Bros Installed

i like those shields ... that is one thing thats ugly and cheap looking on the new R1 because it doesnt have them and you can see the pipe hanging down under the seat ...

i like TBR stuff as well and that new endcap they have looks good, kinda like less bling and just function and clean looks

i notice that even the TBR sits a little crooked like others ... i just dont care for that but still looks the best i have seen so far in terms of integrating and blending in with the bike
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Re: 1000RR and Two Bros Installed

The straightness depeneds on how long the muffler is. If it's a long muffler, then it has to be offset because of the battery compartment. Micron infact have two different systems for the 600RR and 1000RR. One for street, where the muffler is short, and one for race, for use with a HRC faring set, that hasn't got the battery compartment there, and allows for the longer muffler.
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Re: 1000RR and Two Bros Installed

he sook, have u seen the serpent for the 1000 yet? i saw it on hardracing website and the whole header has a gradual taper look to it ... i think they are on to something, and the ports on the new 1000 compliment their pipes
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Re: 1000RR and Two Bros Installed

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Looks killer, I love TwoBros!!!

I almost missed it...
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Re: 1000RR and Two Bros Installed

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i notice that even the TBR sits a little crooked like others ... i just dont care for that but still looks the best i have seen so far in terms of integrating and blending in with the bike
I haven't seen the Aratas yet, but the pics of the Arrow systems look great; Better than the TBR, IMO.
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