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    Default NC750x Exhaust options? (Gauteng Area)

    I hope this is the correct place to ask this, if not, mods please move.

    I am going to be getting a NC750x after my XR650L got wreaked in an accident.
    But I definitely need a loud zorst so rear ends in BMW's will hear me as they clearly cannot see me.

    What are my options for vendors / shops.

    Tanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dc_grimm View Post
    I hope this is the correct place to ask this, if not, mods please move.

    I am going to be getting a NC750x after my XR650L got wreaked in an accident.
    But I definitely need a loud zorst so rear ends in BMW's will hear me as they clearly cannot see me.

    What are my options for vendors / shops.

    Tanks!
    i got myself one of these and am very happy with it.

    http://forum.thinkbike.co.za/showthr...C-700X-Exhaust

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter123 View Post
    i got myself one of these and am very happy with it.

    http://forum.thinkbike.co.za/showthr...C-700X-Exhaust
    I am guessing you got a Cowley?
    Please pm me the details and cost for it.
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    Also speak to Colyvon. He got himself a NC750X as well. Think it is a TwoBrothers pipe. Sounds great
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    For something local you can also give Stealth a try, They seem to be making a name for themselves and I quite like the products they offer.

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    There's Beserker (scorch) in Cape Town also. R2-3k.

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    Thanks for all the suggestions.
    I managed to get myself a second hand one with an exhaust already mounted.
    The topbox, handguards and heated grips are all just nice extras
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    Quote Originally Posted by dc_grimm View Post
    Thanks for all the suggestions.
    I managed to get myself a second hand one with an exhaust already mounted.
    The topbox, handguards and heated grips are all just nice extras
    Pictures!? Huh!?

    Congrats! Hope you have great fun on her.

    Long way since that 110 Vuka, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMZ View Post
    Pictures!? Huh!?

    Congrats! Hope you have great fun on her.

    Long way since that 110 Vuka, eh?
    I am probably getting her tomorrow.
    Bank needs to sort out their **** so I can go collect.

    Here is a picture off of the add.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dc_grimm View Post
    I am probably getting her tomorrow.
    Bank needs to sort out their **** so I can go collect.

    Here is a picture off of the add.
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    I have really come far since those days.
    From trading for handmedown gear to purchasing R11k worth of gear this morning (TB membership discount of 10%).

    Congrats Grimm they are nice looking bikes.

    Please do me a favour and the first thing you do is take off the red headlight protector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Takashi View Post
    Congrats Grimm they are nice looking bikes.

    Please do me a favour and the first thing you do is take off the red headlight protector.
    That is the first thing I am doing.
    Second is getting an orange one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dc_grimm View Post
    That is the first thing I am doing.
    Second is getting an orange one.
    Better suggestion, get a yellow one. The orange one absorbs a lot of light so very little reaches the road ahead of you.
    I have a yellow one, and even that makes everything a lot darker. I had to fit spots to make up for the visible light I lost.
    Unless you never ride when it's dark of course or at least fit spots if you really want the orange.

    Congrats on the bike though, them red ones are just the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gelmir View Post
    Better suggestion, get a yellow one. The orange one absorbs a lot of light so very little reaches the road ahead of you.
    I have a yellow one, and even that makes everything a lot darker. I had to fit spots to make up for the visible light I lost.
    Unless you never ride when it's dark of course or at least fit spots if you really want the orange.

    Congrats on the bike though, them red ones are just the best
    I will definitely consider a yellow one. Even though I hardly ride when its dark. but, it is also removable. Though, yellow at night would be a whole lot better to differentiate between me and a car with a single headlight.

    The red one is my second choice.
    Would have prefered the black one.
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