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post #31 of 67 Old 11-17-2012, 02:05 PM
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God, thanks for making it more difficult, it that Titanium??
Yes it is a thing of beauty
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Red is where its at. . I think in 2014 though they'll do a throwback 1000rr though :


It's all about that throwback style
Where did you get my picture from? I sold that a few years ago. WTF. Lol


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Yes it is a thing of beauty
I am lost now hahaha, still like the Yoshi hex can too.
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Where did you get my picture from? I sold that a few years ago. WTF. Lol


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Google bro.. just googled older model 1000rr. Don't be scared . Google archives tons of stuff I guess. If you frequent 1000rr.net while logged in google, you will get a subsearch of the forum. I just went to the images tab and found this among many pics.
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Ok, I need help....not professional...

I have located a photo of a CBR1000RR with the Yoshi full SS system and carbon hex can but I can't find one with the Akra full Titanium system and carbon hex cans, I am trying to do a comparo..

I have googled the crap out of it and cant find them nor on here..

Anyone please??
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Ok, I need help....not professional...

I have located a photo of a CBR1000RR with the Yoshi full SS system and carbon hex can but I can't find one with the Akra full Titanium system and carbon hex cans, I am trying to do a comparo..

I have googled the crap out of it and cant find them nor on here..

Anyone please??








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Excellent cheers mate, I will look through the link, the anniversary one looks great, not sure about te carbon Akrapovic though, might just be the angle.
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Google bro.. just googled older model 1000rr. Don't be scared . Google archives tons of stuff I guess. If you frequent 1000rr.net while logged in google, you will get a subsearch of the forum. I just went to the images tab and found this among many pics.
No worries bro. I was like, " Isn't that my old bike? " lol.


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Excellent cheers mate, I will look through the link, the anniversary one looks great, not sure about te carbon Akrapovic though, might just be the angle.
Yeah man, I think w/o the plate cover, it looks like a big penis attached to the bike . I think, as far as looks, its hard to beat the stock. My interest in after market parts dies when it looks out of place. That being said, I think the carbon Akro might look nicer if the lower 'cover plate' can be secured at the bottom portion of it. But yeah, given the way the 1000rr's exhaust area is setup, I think its hard to beat the blended look of the stock exhaust. Something like the R1 :

makes for a lot of potential. W/ the 1000rr, alot of the after market exhausts just look when thrown on there.
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Yeah man, I think w/o the plate cover, it looks like a big penis attached to the bike . I think, as far as looks, its hard to beat the stock. My interest in after market parts dies when it looks out of place. That being said, I think the carbon Akro might look nicer if the lower 'cover plate' can be secured at the bottom portion of it. But yeah, given the way the 1000rr's exhaust area is setup, I think its hard to beat the blended look of the stock exhaust. Something like the R1 :

makes for a lot of potential. W/ the 1000rr, alot of the after market exhausts just look when thrown on there.
I am hearing you. Do you think the Yoshi looks more in line with the bike, I do. Like you said though maybe the cover plate can be fixed at the bottom. I might have a talk to the dealer, maybe he knows someone that can make a custom cover plate...
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