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I have a 2001 ,883 with 1200 kit, looking for a 2 into one system with good ground clearance for aggressive cornering.The bike has mid mount pegs, but I may move them back...Any exhaust recommendations? thanks
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The SuperTrapp will give you all the clearance your bike needs, and the tune ability is a big plus.
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Wow, Supertrapp is not inexpensive....
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while not as tucked in as my drags were, the danmoto i have so far have not been an issue. but then again at 68, my knee slider days are history. i do have a favorite country road that i run that is very curvy and has a decent slant or crown and usually run twice the posted speed, but that isn't saying too much either since the spec are for cars dating back to father time's birth.
if you can find rigid mount, better, but the rubber mount will work with a hangar bracket mod.
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bustert do you have the newer Danmoto rigid mount exhaust or the rubber mount version?
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while not as tucked in as my drags were, the danmoto i have so far have not been an issue. but then again at 68, my knee slider days are history. i do have a favorite country road that i run that is very curvy and has a decent slant or crown and usually run twice the posted speed, but that isn't saying too much either since the spec are for cars dating back to father time's birth.
if you can find rigid mount, better, but the rubber mount will work with a hangar bracket mod.
I saw those on Ebay for about 350 bucks.....I'm 71 but still rip up the back roads.....But I have several bikes so it won't be a daily rider.
I will look at 04 and newer...I can and do modify bikes....

How about this one? Is it worth 250 bucks?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Full-2-1-Ex...sAAOSw8F1cmo9q
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That one resembles the S.T. Without disc’s, could be a Kerker? Also White Brothers sold copies as well back in the day.
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i installed rubber mount system as the rigid was discontinued then. was toying with the idea of using the O2 bungs as parts of a hand warmer system during the winter.
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I had issues with my SuperTrapp touching the tar. I now run a Two Brothers Racing and have no ground clearance issues.
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I had issues with my SuperTrapp touching the tar. I now run a Two Brothers Racing and have no ground clearance issues.
Was it the pipes or muffler grounding on the pavement? The pipes set in the Ebay link I posted appears to be unbranded Danmoto pipes...I believe the muffler is upswept, I asked the seller if they have a photo of the exhaust on a bike..
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