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its growing on me, i think it would look better without the passenger pegs and perhaps black rearsets?
Go on then how much they going to cost?
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prefer the stock item of both brutale & F4
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BLEH. Something about the cut of that top pipe...I wonder what it would look like with the ends of the cans lining up like the stock versions. I also wonder what it would look like with a decent weld.

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I'll tell ya what I think would look nice on a Brute, the new exhaust from the F3 ! If MV could make a similar version with four pipes instead of 3 for the Brute it would look amazing


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I'll tell ya what I think would look nice on a Brute, the new exhaust from the F3 ! If MV could make a similar version with four pipes instead of 3 for the Brute it would look amazing
Yes - it will be interesting to see what they create for the rumored Brutale 675 triple...

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I typically like Zard exhausts (had them on my Ducs) but this particular one just doesn't do it for me. The terminal cuts of the pipes looks odd in relation to the bike overall. The quality looks great though.

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It certainly looks better on the Brute than on the F4. The Brutes lines are more angular and the Zard exhaust adds to the streetfighter look. Having said that, I personally prefer the stock set up. Keep the "Bling for Blings sake" for the Bandits, they were designed for it.
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Go on then how much they going to cost?
No, but I've got a meeting with ZARD tomorrow so I'll relay this feedback directly to them and find out what the asking price is. I have no clue at the moment though.
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I think it looks pretty good.
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