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alan (sheridan, OR)

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very nice battery

Bought the battery for my 83 Shadow 500. It arived on time, and had a good enough charge to start my bike right out of the box! Motorcycle Superstore also had the best price. Keep up the good work.

Owen (Calgary, AB)

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AMAZING DIFFERENCE!

I completed the racetech emulators & fork springs with the same upgrade. Gone is the squirrely front end and nose diving when cornering and breaking hard. My only regret is that I did not perform this modification earlier! I am not a racer, but enjoy spirited canyon carving. Make this and rear suspension one of your first performance upgrades. You will not regret it!

Jerry (Bowling Green, KY)

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Kuryakyn LED Ring of Fire

Really nice accent for my motorcycle. Easy to install and is great looking.

Randell (Bowie, TX)

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Lost some "feel" over OEM.

I installed these on the rear of my Suzuki 650 Vstrom, and while the OEM rear brake pads are not that great, they had a better "feel" than these. These pads seem very hard, I can't lockup my rear wheel on pavement no matter how hard I apply the brake. I was hoping they would be softer to give a bit more grab than OEM. Oh well they should last a while being so hard.

Dave (Pittsburgh, PA)

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Good for the price

Put this on a GSX650F, but bought one for the 2008 Bandit 1250. Same muffler but the Bandit pipes have a bracket for the center stand bumper. The center stand is optional on the GSX650F. Easy to install, took a little longer than planned as you have to drill a hole where it connects to your bikes down tubes. Used the supplied low volume insert, and one recommendation is if you are going to use it to put it in before mounting the muffler on the bike...easier to put in the retaining screw rather than working under the installed muffler. A little louder than stock but not obnoxiously so. Seems to have more power but that could be perception bias. Didn't realize Yoshimura recommends you repack the muffler every 5000 miles...most take it longer from what I've found. So, we'll see.

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