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I just put on my new Sato Ti low mounts with Sato carbon Banzai mufflers, and they were 1LB lighter and sound sweet, midrange seems a little better too.


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Those look nice


My satos are faster than yours....sorry had to do it
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Looks great buddy, cant wait to show off pics of mine when its all done.

Its going to be a looooong winter though

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Looking good Scotto!
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They look shorter than the ones I have on my 01, did you cut them?
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Forks low enough Scott?
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They look shorter than the ones I have on my 01, did you cut them?
No cutting just right out of the box.


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Forks low enough Scott?
I'm only 5'7" and the rear is stock height and the Ohlins are 1" longer then my stock forks were due to the long top out spring the RC51 has and I had the stock front dropped about 5mm. I measured from the bottom of the lower triple clamp to the center of the axle and set the Ohlins to the same height and they work great for me.


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They look shorter than the ones I have on my 01, did you cut them?
They are the Banzai cans which are shorter then the ones you get with the low mounts. It does look pretty sweet.

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I'm only 5'7" and the rear is stock height and the Ohlins are 1" longer then my stock forks were due to the long top out spring the RC51 has and I had the stock front dropped about 5mm. I measured from the bottom of the lower triple clamp to the center of the axle and set the Ohlins to the same height and they work great for me.
I feel your pain. Im a towering 5'6. With all this raising the rear with links and whatnot my feet just about dangle when I come to a stop. Im just glad its not an issue when Im moving. Thank god for adjustable rearsets.

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Looks Sick!!!!
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Scott, do you have a nice map ava for the PC?
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Scott, do you have a nice map ava for the PC?
I'm just running the map from DK when I got my Sato TI oval low mounts.


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I just put on my new Sato Ti low mounts with Sato carbon Banzai mufflers, and they were 1LB lighter and sound sweet, midrange seems a little better too.
They sure are nice but I think I am more interested to see the Moto GP cans.
When are these things coming out?
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I honestly think that is about as good looking as an RC51 gets. Nice job Scott.
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04's have the most potential, looks wise.

Dammit! I want my 04 back..... Joel !!!!!!!!!!!
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How does he keep it so clean???!!!
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bad ass Scott!!!
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How does he keep it so clean???!!!
He uses his children. They have smaller fingers.
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