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    Quote Originally Posted by bentlr666 View Post
    Is it just me or does the exhaust on the wheelie pic look a lot higher than they should be?? I like it
    The race cans being 3 inches longer helps contribute to that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chucks_net View Post
    Wonder where they are today...

    Besides the wheels, suspension, braking, and major engine components its the same bike as mine




    except for the swingarm I guess






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    ...damn those pipes are long/high
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    Quote Originally Posted by lars View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by vandriver View Post
    The race cans being 3 inches longer helps contribute to that.
    So 3 inches longer than the "road" race set? But it's only the wheelie pic that they look longer, the other 2 look kinda normal
    TLoM here i come.... ok it may take me a while but i'm working on it


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    Quote Originally Posted by bentlr666 View Post
    So 3 inches longer than the "road" race set? But it's only the wheelie pic that they look longer, the other 2 look kinda normal

    The full Ti system in the front is from the catalog, the full Ti system in the rear is a Kit part. Both have 21" cans. All of the other normal catalog systems have 18" cans.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamikuza View Post
    I got an article in .pdf format about the Yosh TLR's ... I assume everyone else has it too ...
    Can you put this up mate, i havnt seen it yet.
    Cool thread guys
    So anyone got results for these bikes
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    Crevier had a couple decent finishes, but overall nothing to write home about.
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    I likeah, me want to make sexytime explosion on dee yoshi tlr's.
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    It looks like they're running the TLS or custom swing arm on those bikes too.. I don't see the extra brace the stock TLR has...
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