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DeRox,
Very nice love the look of your exhaust! :D
What are the flowers in the background, from a distance they look like carnations?
Jeffro ;)
 

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The bulb fields are stunning - I was up that way a week ago - not on the H2 though



I did spot an imposter hiding in one field .......

 

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Dunno the part number. My tuner had the pipe lying around. It fits quite nicely though :)
I can have a look if the number is on the pipe?

Here's a better pic:

 

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Sure would be great if one of the manufacturers would just make an exhaust like that, just a normal looking would sell well I would think. :laugh:

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Dunno the part number. My tuner had the pipe lying around. It fits quite nicely though :)
I can have a look if the number is on the pipe?

Here's a better pic:

Hey there noticed your Metzeler tyres. How are they for grip? And compared to the OEM wheels? Am about to change tyres and considering these..
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Oops, didn't see your reply Jeffro. Maybe a bit late but: I like the Metzelers. Grip is great. Enough for me... We went once to the Eifel in Germany (great roads, but not always very clean) in wet conditions and I had no problems. The TC didn't even interfere. My friend on a Busa and questionable tires was all over the place... He even went down :(
 

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Omg!!! Just noticed tyres in pic! I use these on R1 would love to know how good you think they are....could you maybe look out for the tyre topic thread and post in it regards the metzelers!
 

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Omg!!! Just noticed tyres in pic! I use these on R1 would love to know how good you think they are....could you maybe look out for the tyre topic thread and post in it regards the metzelers!


Looking at the tread pattern it's the M7RR...

In that case, I really like these tires except for one aspect... it's weight. These tires last a very long time and grip incredibly well in dry, wet, and sandy/dirty conditions, however, you will feel the forks working harder than they should...

I loved them on my zx14 so much that I got them for my hp4 which was a HUGE mistake... the fully electronic suspension absolutely despises these tires and the loss of handling on the bike is very evident.

As soon as the original RS10's wear off, I will be putting the m7rr's on the h2 and will be putting a new set of supercorsas on the BMW... I still have faith that the metzelers will redeem itself as the tire wears and gets lighter...


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Yup, M7RR. I liked them very much. Once I drove with a friend with a Busa in the wet and he was all over the place (cheapo tires, I believe Arrow). Me with the H2 and Metzelers had no problems at all. The traction control light didn't even come on. I didn't use them completeley because I went to the track and wanted new rubbers. I used the m7rr's for 5500km and there was still enough thread left for I guess another 2000km (can't drive the H2 too hard in the Netherlands, they will execute you for that ;) ).
The m7rr were out of stock so I settled for Bridgestone Sportsmart Max 2 for the track day. A very good tire too. For my limited track abilities ;) Can't say much about the wear of these too because I sold the bike 2000km later...
 
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