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Two Brothers Racing
Muffler Repack Kit
$21.95
$18.99
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Two Brothers Racing Muffler Repack KitKit is for all Two Brothers Racing mufflers Includes rivets (x16), #30 drill bit and mat of repacking material Sizing Information: 17.5" Wide 30" Long .5" Thick

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gil (conway, NC)

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bad ass can 09ZX10R

True love is all I can say!!!!! This pipe was all that I expected and more. Deep throaty tone and LOUD!!! My buddy said he could hear me coming from over a mile away! Install took less than a half hour. Would definitely recommend to anyone looking to turn heads. Thanks Motorcycle Superstore for the super fast delivery! Wish I had bought this pipe the same day I bought my bike!

Robert (El Sobrante, CA)

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Lots of Extra

Comes with twice the packing I needed and lots of extra rivets. Instructions (for those that don't already know how to do it) are clear and very simple. This was my first repack and it went very easily. Also comes with the drill bit you need to drill out the old rivets. Great product, highly recommend it!

Jason (Stillwater, MN)

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You're gonna need earplugs

This is a good exhaust overall, well made. Installation was good but I had to expand the supplied pipe 1/8th of an inch, then it went right on. 3 Stars on sound because for 475 I should not have a 110 DB cop magnet. I like an aggressive sound, but I'm not tryng to piss off everyone within two miles.

gerry (reno, NV)

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klr650

I installed this on a 2008 klr650. Installed myself in about 30 minutes. Very easy, no problems at all. Had the carb jetted and it is amazing now. Had the bike re-geared to 16f/42r and the power now is awesome! A little loud but awesome! Acceleration is amazing and I have to lean over the tank to keep the front wheel down. What I have done is key to bringing out the best of the klr!

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