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Finallly, some pics of the Jardine RT one

Okay, I took a few quick pics today. Not sure how well you can see the exhaust bracket because it's black and blends in well with the bike and shadows.
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Looks great, but how does it SOUND?!
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Looks great, but how does it SOUND?!
It sounds great! VERY loud. I might have to start wearing earplugs when I ride. Man, that thing SCREAMS at WOT.
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That's awesome Capt!! Looks good! Just glad to see something other than F'in D&D!! GOD I hate those D&D's!!!




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Looks tight. full system? I can't wait to get that freekin bracket now. i think it's coming from Seatle so any day now.
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Looks good! Homemade? Where does the passenger put her feet

Now, to cap things off, shouldn't you get rid of the side reflector?
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Yeah those reflectors blow!




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Looks good! Homemade? Where does the passenger put her feet

Now, to cap things off, shouldn't you get rid of the side reflector?
Yeah, the reflectors don't look great, but I'm sure they help visibility at night. Although, if someone is close enough to hit me, the reflectors aren't going to do squat, are they? So maybe I will pull them.

The bracket was purchased off eBay, but you can buy them direct from http://www.rocketbracket.com and it seems like a well made bracket. Very lightweight. I don't like to take passengers, which is the whole reason for getting a solo cowl and removing the passenger pegs.
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Lose the reflectors or leave them for a piece of mind.

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looks real good capt...
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Bike is lookin' good Capt!
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Looks great Captin'.

The sides looks well recovered after the low side. Good job.
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Hey Cap, how long did it take to get your bracket? The payment went through on the 6th and I still haven't got it. I'm gettin pissed.
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looks real good capt...
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