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post #1 of 28 Old 05-22-2012, 11:32 PM Thread Starter
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Just seeing if anyone is interested.... Throw me an offer. Buyer pays shipping (which won't be too fun)


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post #2 of 28 Old 05-23-2012, 11:15 AM
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How much would you want for the windscreen? Mounts come with it?

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post #3 of 28 Old 05-23-2012, 02:15 PM
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how bout those cans

If he isn't parting with them they are the danmoto Carbon fiber series and you can get them off the danmoto US site for $245 with free shipping. He ships promptly. There are some very minor fabrications you will need to make for the hanger straps. Ideally a spacer is all that is needed or if you get creative you can use some bolts and a couple of nuts to do the install. Mine took less than an hour to install and it sounds sweet.

Honda CB 900 Hornet all years Carbon GP [EX-00107] - $245.00


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If he isn't parting with them they are the danmoto Carbon fiber series and you can get them off the danmoto US site for $245 with free shipping. He ships promptly. There are some very minor fabrications you will need to make for the hanger straps. Ideally a spacer is all that is needed or if you get creative you can use some bolts and a couple of nuts to do the install. Mine took less than an hour to install and it sounds sweet.

Honda CB 900 Hornet all years Carbon GP [EX-00107] - $245.00

OR someone could just spend their $$ on a quality exhaust that actually works out of the box! plus looks better and sounds much better than those pos dan motos.... just sayin.

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Man, Satos change people... ^ Remember this is a classified ad, not a bash an exhaust ad.

But another good option on the economical side are Delkevics. Quality build and sounds great for less than say...Yoshi or 2Bros

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Man, Satos change people... ^ Remember this is a classified ad, not a bash an exhaust ad.
i blame erions

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I blame people's attitudes but I won't hold it against them. Needless to say I am fine with the DM pipes I bought and the and how they sound, not to mention the 400 bucks did not have to spend on a fancy adapter for them to "bolt right up".

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Haha or maybe going from Erions to Satos. You've been spoiled

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Man I worded that last part poorly, yeesh. Sorry guys, my thinking hat was not on correctly.

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OR someone could just spend their $$ on a quality exhaust that actually works out of the box! plus looks better and sounds much better than those pos dan motos.... just sayin.
So Pvster, You have owned a set of DanMotos that you have actually tested the proformance and quality on? I am guessing that you formed your opinion based on actual facts instead of just just talking smack about your satos? Right?

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OR someone could just spend their $$ on a quality exhaust that actually works out of the box! plus looks better and sounds much better than those pos dan motos.... just sayin.
To each their own....

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So Pvster, You have owned a set of DanMotos that you have actually tested the proformance and quality on? I am guessing that you formed your opinion based on actual facts instead of just just talking smack about your satos? Right?
owned? no. but actually looked at em via other bikes... wasn't impressed with the quality. plus hearing that they didn't bolt up out of the box from another member on here doesn't help didn't like the sound either. but hey, what do i know? i the Deaf one as for my satos, they look like crap. what of them? you don't like that my satos look like crap or somethin? have the satos ever done anything to you?

and more than anything else, i was taking jabs at myself. SOME of you need to lighten up

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Well now that's all settled, here's a little video for you all: Life is Like a Cup of Coffee - YouTube

Free bumps all day for Brew Crew

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I was not taking it personally so its all good man. I tend to like the shorter and smaller diameter look of the DM pipes over some of the others, the sound's are certainly different and but if it did not sound good I would probably be looking at other pipes. Most of the other pipes seem to be too big but then again that is certainly up to anyone else's opinion to be different. What needed to be fixed to make them a bolt on was very minor in the grand scheme of things. It's just a matter of swapping in a longer bolt and then using 2 extra nuts to make a mounting stud. I did modify the mounts some with a new hole and cutting off the excess but it did not take very long.

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Dutch Bros are so much better!

i kid i kid brewcrew, enjoy and good luck!

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Man, Satos change people... ^ Remember this is a classified ad, not a bash an exhaust ad.

But another good option on the economical side are Delkevics. Quality build and sounds great for less than say...Yoshi or 2Bros
I don't think that is the case with Pvster, his Satos look like total shit thanks to his scotch-brite pad skills. It's just another simple case of Pvster's ignorance, that's all.

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Hey I totally ruined my old tbr system on my hawk by leaving hand grease and stuff on them before i started up the bike. I had baked on hand prints for a long time. Finally one day I decided to take a grinder and a stainless wire wheel to them and they turned out an awesome stainless brushed finish (which I think looked better than that polished finish). Needless to say I am not a big fan of shiny stuff, lol

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The D's are effing sweet for the price. Some like em, some don't. Install was a breeze. Just sad they will be gone all too soon. But hospital bills suck.

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But hospital bills suck.
Good luck with the sale man! Any interest in the bike yet?

BTW what's a hospital bill.......

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I'd buy that windscreen of ya if you're selling.

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If he isn't f finally found a resource online where they can be purchased in Carbon Fiber. I know that isn't exactly what everyone is looking for but in my case I was so it fit the ticket...

Windscreens

Pricy of course but trying to find one somewhere else was like trying to nail jello to a wall.

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owned? no. but actually looked at em via other bikes... wasn't impressed with the quality. plus hearing that they didn't bolt up out of the box from another member on here doesn't help didn't like the sound either. but hey, what do i know? i the Deaf one as for my satos, they look like crap. what of them? you don't like that my satos look like crap or somethin? have the satos ever done anything to you?

and more than anything else, i was taking jabs at myself. SOME of you need to lighten up

really,how would you know???....lol just stirring the pot pvster

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I don't think that is the case with Pvster, his Satos look like total shit thanks to his scotch-brite pad skills. It's just another simple case of Pvster's ignorance, that's all.
when you have 12 hours to get the bigger dents out of the satos, repacked, sealed up, mounted, and the bike back together for a dynotune appointment, you'd be in a hurry as well doesn't help when you dont have the $$ to get em powdercoated either.

besides, what ever did my poor satos do to you huh?

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really,how would you know???....lol just stirring the pot pvster
i think i beat you to it already? a little slow there champ

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i was out,holiday w/e and all

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Now that we all got our bitching done, anybody want any of the body parts? Tail, tank, or front fender? Screen sold.

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