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#1 tomsnes

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Posted 20 July 2010 - 12:15 am

When it comes to sound, on the TDM 850:

I searched youtube.com, and after listened to all the clips of TDM's with different exhaust systems, I found this:



It's the best sound I've ever heard on a TDM, and I bought a pair from Speed Products in Germany.

http://www.speedpro....l-alu-rund.html

So now the smile goes all the way around, and I've recieved a great deal of positive comments on the sound of my bike.

But with the brand new exhaust, the downpipes looked a little anonymous. So today I recieved chromed downpipes from Delkevic in England.

http://www.delkevic....k/?section=home


Have a great season everybody, and drive safely.


And finally, send this to all your biker-friends:

http://bikerpunks.co...ld-gear-up.html


And most important. Send this to everyone else:



Take care,
Tom in Sandefjord, Norway

#2 ChrisG

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Posted 20 July 2010 - 09:32 pm

I just fitted a new pair of Delkavics, if you've not fitted them yet make sure you've got some washers or oversized bolts to use as spacers, the flanges sit a lot closer to the engine than the original pipes so the studs stick too far through.

Love the sound of those cans in your first clip.
1992 Mk1, 76k miles, Hagon springs, MTC exhaust, 4½ gears Gone now :(
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