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congrats!

if you're looking to add more sound/grunt to the bike, i would suggest getting some aftermarket pipes first, before an x-pipe, as that may be enough to satisfy your tastes. may save you some money. i didn't notice any real change in sound with just the cat-delete with stock pipes. it will though definitely shave off a couple pounds though.
 

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While I’m sure you were excited to get your bike at 1am, hats off to the transport fellow who worked those hours. I respect that kind of dedication!
 

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Love the bag.. and quilted seat..
keys arrived in the mail yesterday took her for a run...
HOLY SH*T!!! This BIT*CH runs like a scaulded dog!!'
I had to have a SERIOUS talk with my wife regarding riding this bike!!!
Guys told me "that bike will get away from you real fast".... that is not a joke!!
She took it out.. love the "feel"(smooth, comfortable, and easy).. she is coming from a 72 Honda CB450dohc that isn't tuned well..
I'm gonna have to keep my eyes open for another one of these ..well, when I get stuff paid off..
 

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Out for a REAL shakedown..
REAL EASY to find that 7000 rpm rev limiter.. power is a whole lot easier to control compared to my 68 bonniville bobber.. but then again that bike only has a motor, frame, and a rear brake...
 
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