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post #1 of 14 Old 10-26-2012, 12:56 PM Thread Starter
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***SOLD*** D&D Carbon Fiber slip ons

I have a set of D&D carbon fiber slip ons I want to sell.
I have too many sets of exhaust! LOL!

They were purchased new by me two years ago.
They are in very good/excellent condition.
On the box it says it fits 01-03 but they fit all years, I have an 07.
There is one small scrape on the chrome ring on one side (see pictures)
This is for the cans as is. I have tried to take as many pictures as I thought were needed to show these cans.
There is nothing wrong with them I just have 5 sets of exhaust for my bike and don't need that many!
They are loud and mean.

These sell for $700 new.
D&D Dual Carbon Slip Ons w/Blk Mids and Tips | 433-11C | Exhaust | Pipe City

2002-2007 at More Power Racing

Asking $350 plus shipping within the U.S please.
I would prefer not to ship overseas (no offense).
Local pickup available and if you are within 50 miles of me I would be willing to meet halfway.

Please see all pictures below and if you have any questions please feel free to ask.

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post #2 of 14 Old 10-26-2012, 01:23 PM
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Great price! FWIW my old D&Ds were loud as hell but I bet the numbers show an increase on the dyno.

I'm trying to collect data on exhaust weight... any chance I can get you to throw those bad boys on a scale?

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GLWS! I LOVE mine!
here's what they look like on the bike...


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Quick question: Do the DDs get hot to the touch after riding? Thinking about these, but I do throw the soft luggage on a couple times a year. Would that still work with these?

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I've ridden for hours at a time and was able to grab (with my entire hand) the CF part of the pipe without incident. It'll get warm, but CF usually never gets above 'warm' (from my experience). I'm positive that these'll work with your soft luggage.

these pipes sound MEAN and GROWLY AS F*CK.
people say they're on the loud side, but I don't get any complaints from people riding with me, my neighbours, or my girlfriend (who sits right above them).
And personally, I love the way they sound and look.

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Great price! FWIW my old D&Ds were loud as hell but I bet the numbers show an increase on the dyno.

I'm trying to collect data on exhaust weight... any chance I can get you to throw those bad boys on a scale?
The best i can do is my bathroom scale. I get about 4 lbs. per can.

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Quick question: Do the DDs get hot to the touch after riding? Thinking about these, but I do throw the soft luggage on a couple times a year. Would that still work with these?

Thanks.
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I've ridden for hours at a time and was able to grab (with my entire hand) the CF part of the pipe without incident. It'll get warm, but CF usually never gets above 'warm' (from my experience). I'm positive that these'll work with your soft luggage.

these pipes sound MEAN and GROWLY AS F*CK.
people say they're on the loud side, but I don't get any complaints from people riding with me, my neighbours, or my girlfriend (who sits right above them).
And personally, I love the way they sound and look.
I agree with what Philth says. I've ridden for a few hours with them and been able to grab them with my bare hand. That said I would offer a caveat about using them with luggage. I can not be liable for anything that happens.

Also, thanks Philth for the pics and info! No commision though! LOL!!!!


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The best i can do is my bathroom scale. I get about 4 lbs. per can.


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Glws I wish my Satos were loud like you described these

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post #10 of 14 Old 10-29-2012, 06:57 AM
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Do you know how many miles are on em? I just ask cause I am wondering if you have to repack these, or in general, if you have to repack all exhausts after a certain amount of mileage? Just curious

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I honestly don't know how many miles I have on them. I really didn't keep track of it.
I average about 3000 miles a year and I know I rode some longer distance trips in 2008, 2009 & 2010 before I got these so I'd have to say they have probably around 3000 - 4000 miles on them at most.

As for repacking, they don't need it now. I believe in general all exhausts would need repacking at some point. Others here have more knowledge of that than I do. Maybe someone else can chime in.

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