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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old 10-11-2019, 11:10 PM
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Forgot to mention I had an SC project slip-on on my 2015 RR, sounds so good with the baffle out. Baffle in is the same as stock end can.

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post #32 of 36 (permalink) Old 10-12-2019, 10:33 AM Thread Starter
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Hi! I still need for someone to please confirm there is access to the images through those links. Thanks!

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those links work, although they have to be clicked

if you want to embed them here, you need to use the BBCode option (or right click/copy image address and put it in image tags)









nice looking bike
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Thanks for the feedback. I did exact;y what you suggest with the Google-hosted images to no avail. I could not tell, because in every post of mine the pictures showed up fine each time. Anyway, if there are no further comments in terms of the exhaust mods, I'll keep things as they are without concerns about possible engine damage, and concentrate on the suspension overhaul.
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Thanks for the feedback. I did exact;y what you suggest with the Google-hosted images to no avail. I could not tell, because in every post of mine the pictures showed up fine each time. Anyway, if there are no further comments in terms of the exhaust mods, I'll keep things as they are without concerns about possible engine damage, and concentrate on the suspension overhaul.

looks great, nice to see something different from the typical s1k colors i always see
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Thanks, RoadWarrior! Black with gold accents is a combination I really enjoy. The fork seals just arrived, so soon I will be able to dial-in front and rear suspension settings as never before thanks to the right oil viscosity. I'm expecting improved stability when leaning at speed on imperfect roads.
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