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Unread 06-20-2020, 11:34 AM   #1
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2020 sdr

damn i may be talking myself into a new SDR

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Unread 06-20-2020, 01:32 PM   #2
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thats a "Soup Can" muffler, I bet its loud as fuck! haha
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No louder than mine already..idk bet sounds badass lol
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Interesting idea. I'm always disappointed when manufacturers go through the effort to design a single-sided swingarm, then slap a muffler on the non-swingarm side and hide that beautiful floating rear wheel. MV Agusta seems to be the only OEM that consistently incorporates the exhaust design into the styling of the bike.
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Interesting idea. I'm always disappointed when manufacturers go through the effort to design a single-sided swingarm, then slap a muffler on the non-swingarm side and hide that beautiful floating rear wheel. MV Agusta seems to be the only OEM that consistently incorporates the exhaust design into the styling of the bike.
My current 2014 SDR With the austin racing can is just in front of the SSA wheel.

The only good thing with the newer bikes cans Is they have to have the resonator or catalytic converter to meet euro 5? Emissions .. the days of nasty loud pipes is coming to an end.

The new Duc V4 cans are just in front also and really look part of the fairings.
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