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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!:smiley_th
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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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! :smiley_th
 

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Nice. I like them both. I've wanted to add aftermarkets but hated to invest alot and hate the sound. I tried a set of cobra slip ons and they where not for me. I thought the drilled factory sounded better. I'm just not crazy about the look. Love the decent audio, the picture isn't what we're after here. It gives me a real good idea. Thanks Guys!
 

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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.
These are the parts of the seat that are left over.
http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d152/dayrider/000_0047.jpg
http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d152/dayrider/000_0046.jpg

Here I used a CB radio bracket, bent to fit and rivetted to the bottom of the seat.
http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d152/dayrider/000_0045.jpg

I cut the cover after I had stapled it to the bottom of the seat. Also I did not take the seat completely apart, only what needed to be cut off.
 

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I have the same pipes and i will be modding them this winter. goin to cut off the baffled part of the pipes and put straights on there. But am going to use the existing flanges.
 

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where did you purchase your exhaust?
cost?
they sound great,,,i was thinking about putting the pre muffler back on my bike. but might go the way you have...sounds good.
james..lilburn Ga.
 

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Look on ebay or just go to the Jardine web site for the part number and then search it on dogpile.com. Compare a few of the vendors that pop up and you'll find your pipes. I called a few of the vendors to confirm shipping and ended up with free shipping from one of them. Price was around $220 complete.
 

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where did you purchase your exhaust?
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they sound great,,,i was thinking about putting the pre muffler back on my bike. but might go the way you have...sounds good.
james..lilburn Ga.
I think I got them from J&P cycles. The price I see here in the catalog is 379.99$. This ones are full exhaust. When I got mine they were full for the rear cylinder and slip on for the front.

Also when I got mine I had choice of one on each side or both on right side, I don't see thst here. Also you could get them straight cut or slachcut, I don't see that choice here now.
 

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These are the parts of the seat that are left over.
http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d152/dayrider/000_0047.jpg
http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d152/dayrider/000_0046.jpg

Here I used a CB radio bracket, bent to fit and rivetted to the bottom of the seat.
http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d152/dayrider/000_0045.jpg

I cut the cover after I had stapled it to the bottom of the seat. Also I did not take the seat completely apart, only what needed to be cut off.
Thank you! just what I needed!
 
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