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how much did it cost and what was the weight reduction?
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The BEET is around $3k USD.
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It looks good.I'm tryin to figure out WHAT that radiator top pipe is?And how did it change color like that?Definitely gotta be aftermarket.Certainly the radiator isn't puttin out heat like the pipes.

It looks like they intentionally mfg'd the blue coloration into the muffler and such.



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Muffler bracket especially where it mounts to the tail looks a little wonky but otherwise looks good.
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If I haven't the Akra and Micron slip-on, must go for the BEET
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I would venture to guess that the radiator pipe is made of titanium. I've seen some other Japanese manufacturers (Trick Star, etc.) with similar radiator pipes for other models.
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does look sharp... also interested in how much blue was manufactured in
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does look sharp... also interested in how much blue was manufactured in
I would say it's like that from new rather than from genuine exhaust heat .
I'm not over keen on it as for me it's too blue , I think I would prefer either carbon or maybe black chrome like the front fork legs .
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It looks good.I'm tryin to figure out WHAT that radiator top pipe is?And how did it change color like that?Definitely gotta be aftermarket.Certainly the radiator isn't puttin out heat like the pipes.

It looks like they intentionally mfg'd the blue coloration into the muffler and such.
That's a titanium tube. The blue was most likely created by hand, with a torch - you can tell by the uneven color and slightly 'dull' hue when compared to the blue on the muffler sleeve, which is applied by a process known as Anode Oxidation.

We offer this process on some of our systems (...none for the H2, currently.)

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