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MaxPower

My DB dawg

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I installed a YZ exhaust on my WR and it had way too much of a bark, so I thought I would try a Db Dawg.

The worst I could lose was 30 dollars.

It definately works. I havent gotten to hammer my bike on a MX track, but for how well it works, Ill deal with any power I lose. It is a 450, I can afford a power loss.The bike rips on the road and Im not a nuisance, not from the noise anyway

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Cool....

what type of tail light is that. Is that the UFO tail light assembly? Can that plastic withstand any abuse, such as my frequent soil samples? Can you replace that lens if you need to.

Thanks.

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Cool....

what type of tail light is that. Is that the UFO tail light assembly? Can that plastic withstand any abuse, such as my frequent soil samples? Can you replace that lens if you need to.

Thanks.

dont know. I just installed my DS kit.Doubt the tail light is going to hold up. Seems cheesy.

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They are definitely quieter, but they kill the bottom end. You should be able to tell a difference in performance in the first 5 minutes....I did. And then 5 minutes later I pulled it off and threw it in the trailer.

I'll use it to get around sound tests, but there has to be a better way of keeping the performance and creating less sound.

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