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Looks and sounds great.

Please let me know if your pillion feels excessive heat on their right foot ?

I can't help thinking, having seen the video, that this could be a real problem with where this can ends.
 

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Looks and sounds great.

Please let me know if your pillion feels excessive heat on their right foot ?

I can't help thinking, having seen the video, that this could be a real problem with where this can ends.
I thought the same. But can't give you feedback because it is too cold for riding now and I normally ride without pillion. Sorry Doug.

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Made some km today with the new IXRACE MK2. Sounds deeper and louder than the OEM in low rpm. In Higher rpm it seems less loud.


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Ilike this one




Line Slip-On
Link pipe Material Stainless Steel Aisi 304
Body Material Stainless Steel Aisi 304
End Cap Material Stainless Steel Aisi 304
Frame attachment Welded bracket
DB-Killer Yes
Homologation – EC, TUV approved Yes - street legal - EURO 4
Approval Certificate Yes
Weight -2,65 Kg (Stock 4,3 Kg / SC 1,65 Kg)

There are few more SC Project for the NSC

https://shop.sc-project.com/en-PT/Bike_HONDA_CB-1000-R-Neo-Sport-Cafe-2018-2019-/
 

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I agree.

I couldn’t see the plate mount on their website, so maybe it's something they're still working on.
 

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I agree.

I couldn’t see the plate mount on their website, so maybe it's something they're still working on.
I am sure there is more to come. The side solution I saw during the Swiss Moto exposition had the label Rizoma. But nothing on their website.


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The legislation around the mounting of plates is for the most part bollocks.
As long as a plate can be read from a specified distance, what's the problem?
At a biker stop, I met 5 motorcycle traffic cops (they'd been on escort/convoy duty moving 150 ft wind turbine blades through North Wales) In the carpark after coffe, they checked my bike over, mostly out of curiosity, not one commented on the illegal plate (or exhaust.)
 

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The legislation around the mounting of plates is for the most part bollocks.
As long as a plate can be read from a specified distance, what's the problem?
At a biker stop, I met 5 motorcycle traffic cops (they'd been on escort/convoy duty moving 150 ft wind turbine blades through North Wales) In the carpark after coffe, they checked my bike over, mostly out of curiosity, not one commented on the illegal plate (or exhaust.)
Ah!!! but that's the bikers.----Wait till you get stopped by the guys in the jam sandwiches.-------:stop
 

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I might be a bit weird here, but am I the only person who actually likes a nice quiet exhaust - mainly so I can hear the purr of the engine?

Does anyone know if there's a slip on can that's as quiet as the OEM... Or am I hoping against the laws of physics?
 

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Does anyone know if there's a slip on can that's as quiet as the OEM...
I've got this on my NSC. If it's louder than OEM, it's not much louder as it has the db killer and Homologation – EC, TUV approved - street legal - EURO 4

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