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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 12-25-2007, 09:39 PM Thread Starter
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Jardine pipes sound on my vn750

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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 12-25-2007, 09:54 PM
 
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nice. i have jardines on mine too. first time i heard them recorded.
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niterider - the link worked well and the Jardine's sound great! Looks like you have the same pod filters that I have.

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niterider - the link worked well and the Jardine's sound great! Looks like you have the same pod filters that I have.
Yes I do. I tried car filters, they did not work well, so I went to pods. I have copied a few thing from most of you guys since I joined. My bike does not even look like it did at all, thanx to you guys.

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Very nice!
I like clips like this!

Is there a v&h volunteer now to do the same? That would be golden!
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Sounds Great!!!!!!!!

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I would second the motion given above for a V & H sound file/video clip....any takers???.....

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Any picks and walkthrough of how you mod'd your seat? I am concidering doing somethign simular so I can fit a large bikersfriend on my bike for a backrest and helmet storage ect.
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Has a nice rumble to it. Sounds good!


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I've got V&H pipes. I'll go out right now and see if I can shoot a clip.

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