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You need to post a price...
That's pretty weird with the pipe going over the top of the peg :)
How does your pillion avoid melting their boots?
My LeoVince was supposed to not allow pegs but I just spaced the peg hanger out from the subframe.
 

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You need to post a price...
That's pretty weird with the pipe going over the top of the peg :)
How does your pillion avoid melting their boots?
My LeoVince was supposed to not allow pegs but I just spaced the peg hanger out from the subframe.
My bad... I thought i had the price on there.

Actually you can space the peg and hangers where you can get the pipe underneather it. I just didnt like the way it looked like that.
 

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ohh my bad i see it now. do you think this exhaust will work on a 929

I honestly cannot say yes or no.. I dont see why it wouldnt since the bikes are pretty darn close.. but i dont want to say yes to it.

someone on here might be able to help
 

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From your pics I can't tell how the muffler is supported so I can't say.
What is the muffler support strap attached to?
If you don't want to run rear pegs then I'd expect it to fit fine.
 

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From your pics I can't tell how the muffler is supported so I can't say.
What is the muffler support strap attached to?
If you don't want to run rear pegs then I'd expect it to fit fine.

There is a grey bracket in the picture that bolts to the rear peg bolt holes.. it goes back and the strap around the can bolts to it..

The bracket is painted black now and looks much better.

thanks for clearing that up for us.
 
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