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Exhaust I pick up my bike on saturday and im thinking about what exhaust to get. I want something loud but legal. Also are there some cool twin exhaust systems out there for the ccm cause I think that would look awesome

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I've got the CCM Branded Remus Race Can - loud and the one to have although Im looking at a Viper 'Micro' race can the sleeve is just 20mm long oval alloy, and would look the nuts as its just the right length for under the 'zorst bulge of the R30 Tailpod - [one version that fits a variety of makes and models of bike] ,,,

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