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Very interesting. I've seen bikes get delivered in wooden crates with no plastic around them at all but complete. Some get delivered in the wooden crates without the front wheel on. This comes in a plastic on a skid fully assembled... Interesting..
 

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Watching that gave me the same satisfaction as peeling that clear layer off a new TV. Those guys are meticulous and the video quality pretty great too.
I've seen bikes delivered uncovered in crates, guessing Triumph has their own process and shipping standards they adhere to. Good for us as that cover reduces dust during shipping and could prevent it from getting small scratches.
 

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I actually love how it sounds at idle and even WOT, and there has been a few videos of that already, one by Triumph themselves on a twist road. With how much I like the factory exhaust, I either won't change it or it just falls lower down my list of things to change.

Any exhaust makers you guys want to come out with a system?
 

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I actually love how it sounds at idle and even WOT, and there has been a few videos of that already, one by Triumph themselves on a twist road. With how much I like the factory exhaust, I either won't change it or it just falls lower down my list of things to change.

Any exhaust makers you guys want to come out with a system?
I ordered the H&V slip ons. Slightly louder sound is a must for this kind of bike - even though i agree with you that the stock sound is great!
The first time i started the Bobber i was actually surprised that a factory system could sound that good.
 
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