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Cut the windscreen shorter for stealthier look.

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Installed custom exhaust manifold with genuine Leo Vince GP Corsa aluminium muffler(wrapped in carbon look vinyl).

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Had local pipe shop do the swirl (u-turn) pipe for the exhaust to gain some back pressure back. And I cut the LV muffler shorter.

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gongalongaiv
The U-turn exhaust idea is very cool!! Notice any difference in power/accel?

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kanchanj88
I like your front cowl. What kind are you using?

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Swapped the U-turn exhaust pipe for a straight Yoshimura R-77.
Deeper and bassy exhaust note. Very pleasant to my ears.

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List of changes/accessories that I've made/installed to my bike until this photo :
1. Yoshimura R-77 Carbon Fibre.
2. R&G Frame/Body Crash Slider.
3. R&G Rear Spindle Slider.
4. No brand windscreen. (From China I guess. Modded it by cutting it down to make it lower.)
5. No brand bar end mirror. (Also from China I think.)

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Jay_07
Bro how much the yoshimura r77 exhaust in MYR? Is it original?

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Latest look of my bike with TST Industries integrated tail light.
I also removed the rear fender and relocated the speedometer.
 
Next is to change the handle bar to something a bit lower, or perhaps Woodcraft's one.

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USMCFieldMP
I like the outline look of that taillight. I have the MotoDynamics tail... but I might look into doing a swap for that one. I like that look.
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I like the outline look of that taillight. I have the MotoDynamics tail... but I might look into doing a swap for that one. I like that look.
Thank you. 
Quite a fuss for me to order it from them, as they did not do any direct shipping to my country.
Lucky for me I had a sister currently studying at UK, so I had it shipped to her before she shipped it again to me here in Malaysia.
 
It's well worth all the effort when I see it glows for the first time.
 
Photos from last night's short ride, after it was parked for almost 2 weeks.
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Choose this over PCV because it was cheaper.
I did not plan to install those plug in modules they offered with those PCV.
 
And I choose this over EJK because it still use stock O2 sensor.
Lame excuse I guess. Hahaha..
 
Dyno run coming up next on the list.
 
 
 
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Latest DIY project I did to my bike ; Inverted LCD

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liqwiq

I think inverted LCD suits this bike really good. Can you post closeup image so I can admire? :)

How hard was to remove the polarizing film from the display? 

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