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    Re: Slip on Can
    Reply #24 on: Dec 06, 2023, 07.27 pm
    Dec 06, 2023, 07.27 pm
    That makes sense mad-dawg, I can see that working well with care. If this seems too daunting for anyone suffering the same issue the '29' fastener is not at all hard to drill out with a decent/sharp drill bit and takes just a few minutes.

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    Re: Slip on Can
    Reply #25 on: Dec 11, 2023, 02.02 am
    Dec 11, 2023, 02.02 am
    *Originally Posted by adamgray64 [+]

    Ive got the GR Moto on Mine below
    Baffle in no pops baffle out maybe a few nothing too dramatic - i think the sound suits the bike.
    Beware though i did have a few problems with the link pipe fitting but they sorted it quickly and have corrected the part their end.
    Im running a K&N and a Booster Plug with it.





    That looks sweet as a nut! Beautiful looking bike you have there clean and simple with some nice little touches! What are the spor lights you are running?

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    Re: Slip on Can
    Reply #26 on: Dec 11, 2023, 02.23 pm
    Dec 11, 2023, 02.23 pm
    *Originally Posted by 2shea [+]
    That looks sweet as a nut! Beautiful looking bike you have there clean and simple with some nice little touches! What are the spor lights you are running?

    Cheers!

    The spots are Givi S322 , really rate them tbh they suit the bike in my opinion.

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    Re: Slip on Can
    Reply #27 on: Dec 12, 2023, 10.19 am
    Dec 12, 2023, 10.19 am
    *Originally Posted by Hound [+]
    I must be one of the few people who'd like their CT to actually be quieter than with the stock exhaust. I guess I got used to the ST1100s and ST1300s I rode for 20 years.
    Me too, in fact I sold the akrapovic. and I don't like the KN air filter, on the ST1100 it made a lot of noise
    I think the CT already makes a lot of exhaust and engine noise, it´s enough ;)

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    Re: Slip on Can
    Reply #28 on: Dec 13, 2023, 07.32 am
    Dec 13, 2023, 07.32 am
    *Originally Posted by adamgray64 [+]

    Ive got the GR Moto on Mine below
    Baffle in no pops baffle out maybe a few nothing too dramatic - i think the sound suits the bike.
    Beware though i did have a few problems with the link pipe fitting but they sorted it quickly and have corrected the part their end.
    Im running a K&N and a Booster Plug with it.





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