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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 10-13-2006, 10:20 PM Thread Starter
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omg too damn funny..gp exhaust set up


too damn funny...does this look worth 150 bucks? does it look familiar?



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hahha
some kinda exhaust tips from Pepboys?
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Isn't that for a car?
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Where did you get a picture of my bike?



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i wonder if it comes with ranch i just noticed the chicken strip on that bike



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i wonder if it comes with ranch i just noticed the chicken strip on that bike
That's not a strip... that's the whole chicken!
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I actually saw a bike local that had a tip like that on it. I just about fell down laughing when he pulled up.

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That is ridiculous!
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Look like JC Whitney...a rear shot would let us see if he had a set of Snuff-R-Nots (go look it up).
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White Brothers Snuff 'R' Not End Cap For 4" SuperTrapptm
Remember those Snuff-R-Nots we used on our dirt bikes back in the 60's?
You don't?
You weren't even alive then?
Fits all 4" external disk SuperTrapptm; Exhaust systems. Simply by turning a screw on the polished aluminum Snuff'R'Not end cap, you can open up your exhaust for straight through, ear splitting flow.



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That bike is sweet all the way until you get to that pipe...
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haha he should have atleast used a turndown!! haha would have looked better. And i tell you what i ran my bike for a minute down the road with no exhaust...I would do it on the track
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does it hurt the bike??



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Yeah it loosk fugly and if your running rich anywhere your spitting out slick crap on your tire.

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haha. that guy could use that saweet new m4 GP slip-on.
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Here's some trivia. Name the bike.
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