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Midpipe and other mods done

Installed the Ti midpipe today after getting it back from the dealer. Had them install a reverse drum so I could do the GP style shifting. This is the way I have it on my R1. For those wanting to know the total came out to just over $400. This included an oil cahnge. The reverse drum was $153.50 and $165 in labor. While the bike was apart I messed with the license plate holder. Let me know what you think of it. The sound is alittle deeper now at low rpms and gets better as you go higher. I did not notice any difference in power. Being that I am close to the 600 miles I wanted to see if she could power up in second with no clutch. She does not come up like the R1, but the R1 has a 43 tooth on the rear. I would think with the added power over the R1 she would come up easy.
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