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post #31 of 94 Old 01-13-2017, 06:32 PM Thread Starter
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Have any pictures?
here are some images of the SS underslung kit rear and front
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also I received a few messages about how strong the axle adjusters are Here is an image of our inner adjuster block vs. the most popular brand. FP on the Left "well known brand on the right
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also I received a few messages about how strong the axle adjusters are Here is an image of our inner adjuster block vs. the most popular brand. FP on the Left "well known brand on the right
Now this may be ok for up to 600cc bikes but I have seen the ones on the right crack in half on 1000s and other companies use these types of adjusters for thier QC kits. Those types of adjusters were not designed for a QC kit so when holes are drilles into them you are relying on a 1/16th of a wall not to crack
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another view of QC kit
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So with the rear QC kit eliminates the adjuster blocks, makes the rear caliper captive, and no nut for the axle? Also is the bar switch plug and play?
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So with the rear QC kit eliminates the adjuster blocks, makes the rear caliper captive, and no nut for the axle? Also is the bar switch plug and play?
Yes,Yes and Yes and bar switch is not plug and play as of now but will be once we get our connectors in. price will adjust slightly to cover the connector costs but not much
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Here is a image we are putting up on the webpage of the exhaust
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and one a customer of ours wanted built to his spec
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Yes,Yes and Yes and bar switch is not plug and play as of now but will be once we get our connectors in. price will adjust slightly to cover the connector costs but not much
Excellent! Let me know when you've got the connectors and I'll start getting the funds ready for my order of a switch and QC rear kit
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Here is a image we are putting up on the webpage of the exhaust


How much for the full exhaust? I prefer standard length, and does your standard length include an exhaust hangar? Looks top notch from this picture though!!! Can't wait to see more!


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