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Old 15-10-19, 08:18 AM   #21
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Default Re: Is there a low mounted GP/ stumpy exhaust for curvy SV?

Thanks SVB,

Both look good, especially the latter. I like the way you have got that headlight tucked right in, I shall take a look on your build thread and see how you did that. What gauges are you using?

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Old 15-10-19, 08:46 AM   #22
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30 quid chinese jobby on mine...!



Ran it for 2 years now, without a supporting bracket, no issues. Sounds decent too.
That's pretty much the same as mine but I did use the bracket.I too did not have to re-jet and it has had no effect on performance/Mileage except perhaps a little improvement by less weight
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Old 15-10-19, 09:03 AM   #23
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Suppose at that angle its weight is almost supported anyway and the down tubes are quite substantial.
I men if it falls off I guess its just more weight reduction right?
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Old 15-10-19, 09:16 AM   #24
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30 sounds like a bargain to me. I probably cannot spell Ackroponic or whatever it is so I assume this one cannot either?!
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30 sounds like a bargain to me. I probably cannot spell Ackroponic or whatever it is so I assume this one cannot either?!
If I had some spare daft money I'd get a Sticker made saying,"Chinaprovich" Heh Heh


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