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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-16-2019, 08:09 PM Thread Starter
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Thank you!!!!

Well guys. I just got back from a ride and wanted to Thank you guys! Chuck, Theknurl, Merc07 Esq'me and the others that helped me thru this. With all your help I replaced the Oil Sump, Sump gasket (Thanks Al), upgraded the Headlight, Fuel lines, Fuel connectors, spark plugs, BMC air filter and added a battery voltage meter with USB charger. The bike runs great. I also relocated the Rear brake reservoir. I figured I needed rear pads so ordered a set and also the tapered rear socket to take the wheel off. Anyway Thanks again guys!
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And it looks great !!!

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looks great, nice to see all the effort paid off. Enjoy!

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Always good to hear feedback.

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Out of interest, how do the pipes sound compared to the Arrow thunder? - currently have the thunder pipe and thinking of changing to the twin system.

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The twin I think is more expensive and is quieter with out sacrificing flow. The other thing is I know I have to remove one or both of the pipes when I take the back wheel off. The Thunder also makes the back of the bike look MUCH cleaner.

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Actually, you only have to swing the lower pipe outward to remove the rear wheel.
Undo the bolts holding the lower muffler to the bracket that connects the 2 together and rotate it outward. (a 1/4 inch drive 8m swivel socket on extension makes it easy)
It was designed to do that.

The dual Arrows sound better (and a bit louder) than the stock, but not as loud at the Thunder.
I had those cans at one time, but got a deal on the MV Corse cans (the full kit exhaust for the 910R) and sold them on.

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