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Old 03-30-2013, 09:46 PM   #351
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It a thread doesn't get hijacked its not cracking! Lmao.
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It a thread doesn't get hijacked its not cracking! Lmao.
Haha yep! Besides I made a video specifically for this thread...in case anybody missed it...



Now if I could only have u guys experience the drone I had on Thursday! Seems to be getting better now. Or maybe im just getting used to it lol with Windows down there is no drone at least.. :p
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Haha yep! Besides I made a video specifically for this thread...in case anybody missed it...



Now if I could only have u guys experience the drone I had on Thursday! Seems to be getting better now. Or maybe im just getting used to it lol with Windows down there is no drone at least.. :p
Yea the drone gets alot better with some miles put on them!
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Windows down and its better than anything you play through the radio!
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Windows down and its better than anything you play through the radio!
Very close to the exhaust on my GSXR 750 its music to my ears
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I feel like one of your exhausts was off then I don't see how that's possible lol
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I feel like one of your exhausts was off then I don't see how that's possible lol
Lol I meant as they both are music to my ears. The exhaust note is no where close
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Oh ok I was about to say your ears must be off I need to get a bike!
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Oh ok I was about to say your ears must be off I need to get a bike!
Yea u do ! almost everyone I know that rides owns a mustang too. Bikes and stangs have a similar brotherhood about them.
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Fast and cheap! I'm getting one as soon as I get a new apartment, just saving up right now!
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Fast and cheap! I'm getting one as soon as I get a new apartment, just saving up right now!
I paid $1400 for mine. I've done a little work to it, but its the type of stuff that I would've replaced on any bike I bought. Oil, filter, chain, sprockets, fork seals, new rear tire. It rides like a champ and the GSXR 750 SRAD is suppose to be one of the most reliable engines they ever built.
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And for the Stig

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My car is so dirty from all this pollen, don't judge
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I paid $1400 for mine. I've done a little work to it, but its the type of stuff that I would've replaced on any bike I bought. Oil, filter, chain, sprockets, fork seals, new rear tire. It rides like a champ and the GSXR 750 SRAD is suppose to be one of the most reliable engines they ever built.
How many miles were on it?
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How many miles were on it?
33k but it had a -1 front sprocket so its Prolly closer to 20k but either way you can't get a running bike for $1400 lol. The guy was asking $2500, but I have a bit of negotiateing skills lol
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Yea that's a pretty sweet deal! I just need to find someone around here asking that for a bike!
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My car is so dirty from all this pollen, don't judge
Looks awesome!
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Looks awesome!
See how big the tube and actual cone is? That's why it requires a tune. It allows so much air flow over other non tune required Cai's
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Got my Pypes in the mail today. I have to say, the box was in pretty terrible condition. I'm not really upset by it, but it looked crappy. It had 3 holes in it, and looked like it had been dragged and thrown around everywhere for a few days.

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That's how mine came too, I don't get it whatever the pipes were fine just had ****ty packaging
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Same here but the actual exhaust was wrapped pretty well and there was no damage.
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My box was dinged up a bit too and it came all the way to Toronto. Maybe the ups guys are camaro lovers?
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Or they don't like boxes lol even my roush box was all to **** when I got it!
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Ordering the black pypes in about a week. Ill update this thread when I get them, and my new not expired card :p now I need a rachet set and jacks.
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Ordering the black pypes in about a week. Ill update this thread when I get them, and my new not expired card :p now I need a rachet set and jacks.
White, I did mine in my cramped garage with no stands or jack. No need no loosen anything other than the axel backs, hour and a half max. If your somewhat handy all you need is a rachet set. I used some brake cleaner on the hangers and they just slide out and slide the new ones in. So if you can't get any stand don't sweat it, totally do able without.
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Yea if you have the slant at the entrance of your garage back it up and you will have plenty of room!
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White, I did mine in my cramped garage with no stands or jack. No need no loosen anything other than the axel backs, hour and a half max. If your somewhat handy all you need is a rachet set. I used some brake cleaner on the hangers and they just slide out and slide the new ones in. So if you can't get any stand don't sweat it, totally do able without.
I tried once to crawl under my car, it didn't work. An I'm a skinny guy
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I tried once to crawl under my car, it didn't work. An I'm a skinny guy
It's the rear, its a lil taller than the rest and your not really under the car either.
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I tried once to crawl under my car, it didn't work. An I'm a skinny guy
Lol, I thought I wasn't gonna fit but once I found my way under it went very well. I Only fit going in by the rear. Lol. In not a skinny guy. : (

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It's the rear, its a lil taller than the rest and your not really under the car either.
+ 1 anywhere other for me is impossible!
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Yeah I have a jack and stands and was able to do it without them...safer. just tight squeeze but once your under there its no problem. You can do it alone too. Be prepared to have a shop reweld your brackets though. My drivers side was fine but pass was so far off even after adjusting mid pipe. Also tighten everything a lot. I thought it was tight enough and the guys at the shop said it wasn't enough (probably why adjusting mid pipe did nothing for me!)
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Yeah I have a jack and stands and was able to do it without them...safer. just tight squeeze but once your under there its no problem. You can do it alone too. Be prepared to have a shop reweld your brackets though. My drivers side was fine but pass was so far off even after adjusting mid pipe. Also tighten everything a lot. I thought it was tight enough and the guys at the shop said it wasn't enough (probably why adjusting mid pipe did nothing for me!)
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Yeah I have a jack and stands and was able to do it without them...safer. just tight squeeze but once your under there its no problem. You can do it alone too. Be prepared to have a shop reweld your brackets though. My drivers side was fine but pass was so far off even after adjusting mid pipe. Also tighten everything a lot. I thought it was tight enough and the guys at the shop said it wasn't enough (probably why adjusting mid pipe did nothing for me!)
You fiddle with your mid pipe clamp?

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Yeah I have a jack and stands and was able to do it without them...safer. just tight squeeze but once your under there its no problem. You can do it alone too. Be prepared to have a shop reweld your brackets though. My drivers side was fine but pass was so far off even after adjusting mid pipe. Also tighten everything a lot. I thought it was tight enough and the guys at the shop said it wasn't enough (probably why adjusting mid pipe did nothing for me!)
Disregard, I didn't read it all. I'm doing it on my dads lift at his house. I hope it goes good though since we have 6 foot of room
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