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Old 05-30-2010, 07:20 PM   #1
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notice whats intact on the factory Aprilia exhaust that just about everbody tells you to remove!!

and this is arguably the fastest bike in WSBK
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Cool picture.

I am sure the control for the valve is set up to give the bike more torque, not to quite down the exhaust to pass emissions, like so many stock bikes these days.

On another note, that is one sexy bike! I would love to have one in my garage!
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Cool picture.

I am sure the control for the valve is set up to give the bike more torque, not to quite down the exhaust to pass emissions, like so many stock bikes these days.

On another note, that is one sexy bike! I would love to have one in my garage!
that's exactly what its for but I don't see anybody else using them unless I'm mistaken


the bike is frggn gorgeous

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Yup yup.

But the aftermarket tries to act like simplifcation is better.... well its better for them.


Amazing how w BMW they use to charge around 400 for an intake filter through dinan and another 300 plus to reprogram the DME. When BMW went to the ISIS programming system, individual modules could not be programmed wo updated the others to a new coding software.

its amazing how programming is no longer required for ANY of the DINAN accessories... wow....

(yes, the programming made the biggest difference, it opened the throttle more then you requested to make the car feel faster.)
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PURE baby
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you should get one
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And let me have it next time my truck's in your shop
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right, not too shitty, but then I would have to get the bike to fit it to
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right, not too shitty, but then I would have to get the bike to fit it to
lame

just buy the frggn bike and let' the forest

I'll even help you run it in cause thats how I roll
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And let me have it next time my truck's in your shop
Might do that to help increase my business, good idea thanks, company vehicle/loaner
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just buy the frggn bike and let' the forest

I'll even help you run it in cause thats how I roll
U are such a good friend helping me keep the gas run through my chit and all, My insurance lady told me yesterday that if I got just one more bike i would have to start a whole new policy, cause they only allow 9 per policy, crazy who only has nine bikes
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