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dirtrider04

2007 white bros xcr exhaust?

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What is the advertised noise levels and price?

XCR? Does that indicate that it is specifically designed for off road?

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What is the advertised noise levels and price?

XCR? Does that indicate that it is specifically designed for off road?

I just checked it out :)

96db or less with endcap in - $300. Not bad but design specifics do not include specs on size and weight.

My stock can with the GYTR insert for $45 is putting out some decent power :thumbsup:

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I've had one for 3 weeks now and I love it. Makes the bike real smooth and helped alot with the throttle surging at mid range road riding. I haven't uncorked it yet, but has plenty of power with the spark arrestor in.

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I've had one for 3 weeks now and I love it. Makes the bike real smooth and helped alot with the throttle surging at mid range road riding. I haven't uncorked it yet, but has plenty of power with the spark arrestor in.

How does it compare in size and weight to the stock unit?

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How does it compare in size and weight to the stock unit?

It is lighter than stock. If had any misgivings, it is long and sticks out further than the stock pipe. Heres a pic.

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what is that on your fender

that has got to be the dumbest question ever......

You gotta be kidding, of course it a chainsaw mount!!!! You mean to say don't have one?

I for one, would never anger Matt James, EVER!!!!

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that has got to be the dumbest question ever......

You gotta be kidding, of course it a chainsaw mount!!!! You mean to say don't have one?

I for one, would never anger Matt James, EVER!!!!

your not making sense explain your self better we cant read your mind jack off:applause:

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Doesn't much matter what he said, he gives great advice, Matt James is not one to anger on the trail!

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ahaha he thought james was goinna come get us all for asking a question about his bike

lol

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your not making sense explain your self better we cant read your mind jack off:applause:

Sorry I see you are from B.C. no sense of humor:thumbsdn:

To explain, my comment was directed at the uniqueness (read crazy) of having a CHAINSAW mounted to the front of a WR, as if it was the most normal thing in the world... and since you asked what it was you were the wierd one.

But in reality nobody would know what the hell it was, nor have I known anyone who would attach a chainsaw to the front of a bike.... Do you get the irony now????

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Sorry I see you are from B.C. no sense of humor:thumbsdn:

To explain, my comment was directed at the uniqueness (read crazy) of having a CHAINSAW mounted to the front of a WR, as if it was the most normal thing in the world... and since you asked what it was you were the wierd one.

But in reality nobody would know what the hell it was, nor have I known anyone who would attach a chainsaw to the front of a bike.... Do you get the irony now????

Us in the Pacific NW, whether it be BC or WA State don't find it exactly abnormal to see a chainsaw mount on a bike... I carry mine in a frame pack but have been considering a mount for some time... we are right in the middle of the "pack and carry" season up here, meaning you either pack and carry a saw or you pack and carry your bike over all the windfall :thumbsup:

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Sorry I see you are from B.C. no sense of humor:thumbsdn:

To explain, my comment was directed at the uniqueness (read crazy) of having a CHAINSAW mounted to the front of a WR, as if it was the most normal thing in the world... and since you asked what it was you were the wierd one.

But in reality nobody would know what the hell it was, nor have I known anyone who would attach a chainsaw to the front of a bike.... Do you get the irony now????

cali people:bonk: :)

I have never seen that thing on any bike while riding in the forest, maybe im just not looking hard eough:confused: :thumbsup:

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performance should be good since they have used extra can length to keep the db's down instead of just choking it more with a smaller tip...

but that thing is too long for me :thumbsup:

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"pack and carry" season up here, meaning you either pack and carry a saw or you pack and carry your bike over all the windfall :thumbsup:

That's funny, I have never heard it put that way before, but extremely valid.

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