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FACT: They may leave you stranded on the side of the road sometimes, but they always leave you with a great view when they do. :love:
Are you the guy from BrotoGP? Literally just watched today your video about your F4's exhaust. Great looking bike, I can see you kept the dual pipe config (y) personally I prefer the looks of the quad pipe but I have never heard the dual pipe in person, it seems like the bike sounds and performs better!

Great podcast by the way, keep up the good work!

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Are you the guy from BrotoGP? Literally just watched today your video about your F4's exhaust. Great looking bike, I can see you kept the dual pipe config (y) personally I prefer the looks of the quad pipe but I have never heard the dual pipe in person, it seems like the bike sounds and performs better!

Great podcast by the way, keep up the good work!

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Hello, and yes!

In the interest of full disclosure, I've kept the dual exhaust because I broke the head off one of the bolts for the bracket between the OEM pipes. 😟

Once I get the seized screw out, the stock quad pipes will go back on
 

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You have to love the way Ti turns colors when it gets hot.
 

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Very nice. Why two of each one? Is one for a collection and the other to ride?
 
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