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    Titanium headers, no end can..?

    Received my africa twin yesterday so I'm now on the search for a few bits of bling for it. Does anyone know where I could look at buying a set of ti decat headers without the end can? I can find plenty off stainless header for sale, and some ti full of systems, but no ti headers by themselves.. Hope I can get an end can to fit that I already own..

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    How much do you want to spend? These guys make them, but they are over £1200. https://www.gfmoto.com/product-page/...tanium-headers
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    Ha, not that much! I emailed them asking for a price because I couldn't find it previously: good find.

    I'd take this full system before that, any day of the week..

    https://estore-sslserver.eu/ruggedro...ucts/H16-TC06T

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    Quote Originally Posted by jojitsu View Post
    Ha, not that much! I emailed them asking for a price because I couldn't find it previously: good find.

    I'd take this full system before that, any day of the week..

    https://estore-sslserver.eu/ruggedro...ucts/H16-TC06T

    I looked at that system too, but got the full Termi. The SC one looks ace, but doesn't work with the rear foot-pegs, will heat up panniers and fouls engine bars or bash plates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crotchrocket View Post
    I looked at that system too, but got the full Termi. The SC one looks ace, but doesn't work with the rear foot-pegs, will heat up panniers and fouls engine bars or bash plates.
    I practically never take a pillion so would cope with that, plus I think the rugged roads lower crash bars fit with it, which I'm thinking of getting, maybe with bark busters as I believe that's the areas that hit the ground in a spill.. What power a torque did geoff at hilltop manage to get out of it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jojitsu View Post
    I practically never take a pillion so would cope with that, plus I think the rugged roads lower crash bars fit with it, which I'm thinking of getting, maybe with bark busters as I believe that's the areas that hit the ground in a spill.. What power a torque did geoff at hilltop manage to get out of it?
    im interested in the S C System, must take a ton of weight off the bike, cheap too, id wait for NEC show to get best price and for other Farkles, Perfomance Parts usually do 20% off RRP... has anybody got the power graphs for the Hilltoped Africa Twin?

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