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post #1 of 22 Old 08-21-2003, 11:33 PM Thread Starter
 
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Re: Devil came to call

He came by today I think I'll let him stay a while
First it was the Diablo's now The Devil, Red & Black, hope I'm not going to Hell





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First impressions finish not as good as I had hoped for sloppy welds mid pipe not well polished lots of bending marks but thats all me looking way to close





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On the bike it's fantastic, sound is Great, makes my ride that much better nice deep sound feels alittle stronger. I'm Happy





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Congrats man, looks sharp!
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Damn, that's quite a dump he took on your garage floor






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Nice

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You're f%#&king up my Chi...
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I couldn't agree more! *








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Hey Red Rider, nice bike. what kind of seat cowl is that?
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That sho is pruty

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Re: Devil came to call

nice devil man! I liked it on my 929! I caught crap for the yellow that I added to it! hahaha!





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It's a Targa. I haven't gotten around to painting it all red to match the rear fairing yet. Fortunately, in the pic you can't see the rash all over the bike. I figure as soon as I repaint/replace the plastic I'll just dump it on the track again!

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Re: Devil came to call

The last time I saw that bike it was rashless... and Ohlinless, too. So what happened and where?? Not on the backwards Grattan day, I hope. (I have enough problems facing forward...)
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Re: Devil came to call

And, to reply to the thread, nice exhaust, guys. How much louder than stock?

And aren't you concerned with explanations at St Peter's gate?
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Re: Devil came to call

Not Grattan...the Mid-Ohio jinx bit me again!

As for the sound, it's pretty throaty (that's what she said! )! I guess Devil is pretty popular in Europe. I noticed Sete Gibernau has a Devil emblem on his RSV, but I doubt whether the exhaust is really made by them...might just be paid sponsorship.

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Re: Devil came to call

So on a scale of 1= too quiet ( stock) and 10 = too loud (D&D), where dou you feel this falls ? And in the system Keith shows, which appears to retain the HTEV, is there any performance benefit? (weight, power) *Or are we just talkin' sex here ?


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I joke, knowing you're a much more accomplished rider than me, but dude, go to Road America next year!!



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