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1987 Honda CBR600F Hurricane Parts

1987 Honda CBR600F Hurricane
Tire Size:
Front: 110/80-17, Rear: 130/80-17
Spark Plug:
DPR8EA-9
Battery:
YTX9-BS
Stock Chain/Belt:
530x110
Stock Gearing:
Front: 15T, Rear: 44T
Oil Filter:
KN-303
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Jason (Perth, WA)

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Awesome exhaust

Installation was pretty easy on a CBR1000RR. You could follow the instructions they provide or just YouTube it. Sounds and looks awesome compared to the stock exhaust when you don't use the silencer.

Orrin (Lemoore, CA)

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TRC DUAL SLIP-ON EXHAUST for Suzuki Hayabusa

My first Yoshimura purchase. I bought this slip-on for my '12 Suzuki Hayabusa. Install was simple, only took about an hour to replace both cans. Most of that time was spent debating if I wanted to drill into my pipes. I chose not to... Now my bike weighs less, looks great and has a 'lil more power. These pipes produce a deep, throaty and aggressive exhaust sound. I love them!!!

Rob (Westland, MI)

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Still running strong

I got it for my 2006 GSXR 600. These bikes are known to have problems with the stock R/R. I spent the extra money for the quality of this one. I've put on about 1,000 miles since putting it on and my bike still starts up every time without any hesitation. I highly recommend going with this one rather than the cheaper ones you can find. It'll save you money in the long run.

D. Carrington (Austin, TX)

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You get what you pay for

I'd read all the reviews of this mirror, and also cheap knockoffs. I was reluctant to pay this much for a mirror, but I'd earned enough points to save a few bucks and decided to pull the trigger. These mirrors look and feel very high quality. Installation was easy with the adapter. The mirror adjusts easily, and doesn't vibrate. Plus, My Triumph looks much cleaner without those lollipops.

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