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I just installed a titanium Hindle slip-on on my red/black 1000RR, it looks sweet. I only ran it for a few minutes cause I got installed late but it sounded good also. I will post pics first thing in the morning!

It looks a wee bit crooked but I had to "manufacture" some parts at 10:30 last night in the garage. Check it out...









 

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RED_5 said:
Looks good, where did you get it from and what was the price?
How loud are Hindles? :?
Got if from a local shop in Clearwater, FL....it was $430. I haven't ridden it but I do like the sound of it in the garage. I'm going to see if I can get my digital camera to take some sound bites.
 

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For the 929/954, the Hindle full system offered up gains throughout the rev range, no where did the stock system make more power. On my 929, I got the full system with Titanium end can for a whopping $500. To this date, the best 2 systems for the previous 2 blades are the Arata and the Hindle. Can't wait to see graphs for both.
 

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Do you have to try and make the pipe look straight or does it look crooked because you put it on later at night??

What do you mean when you say
I had to "manufacture" some parts
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With the stock parts is the pipe crooked?

I can get one from a local shop for $420 all Ti and I just wanted to know if it'll be straight, thanks for the info...
 

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Pictures with the fender still on do me no good. I don't know why more exhaust companies don't remove the fender for pics. I can't imagine too many people that are spending the money on exhaust aren't removing the fender also.
 

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Red Ryder said:
Looks nice... where is the tag?
I took it off for the pic but I have a "cheap" eliminator kit, didn't want to scratch the can. I'm waiting for another one that I have coming.
 

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RED_5 said:
Do you have to try and make the pipe look straight or does it look crooked because you put it on later at night??

What do you mean when you say
I had to "manufacture" some parts
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With the stock parts is the pipe crooked?

I can get one from a local shop for $420 all Ti and I just wanted to know if it'll be straight, thanks for the info...
The screw and spacers did not come with the pipe so I had to put together some spacers from what I had in the garage, late at night. I believe it can and will be straightened this weekend. In my opinion, it looks great on the bike.
 

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Does the Hindle slip-on get rid of the valve??

twinrelics after having the pipe for a bit what are your thoughts, sound quality, performance???
 

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Why do all the slip ons have to look like crap for the 600/1000rr. Why can't they make a slip on that actually looks like it was made to fit the contours of the bike? Asthetically, these pipes look like an after thought. I mean ALL the aftermarket pies so far. :x
 

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Does the Hindle slip-on get rid of the valve??

twinrelics after having the pipe for a bit what are your thoughts, sound quality, performance???
Yes, the pipe comes with a midpipe so the valve had to go although I only disconnected the cables, I didn't remove them.

This past weekend was my first real ride with the bike, a group and the pipe. Several people told me that it sounded really nice. I like it and the bike feels a little peppier, but then again, that just might be me reacting to the sound. I just turned my 600 miles, changed the oil and I was able to get on it a bit....not too bad though.

After watching the race this past weekend, I just might use it instead of the 900RR when I go back to Barber.
 
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