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I got them on my 2003 800 Dark. I was an odd fit but what I did was use some of the old bolts, combined with the new, and made them fit. Be creative and you'll be a'ight. I did had to twist them at an odd angle but trust me, if you want them on they'll go on! They're throaty as hell bro! Hope you don't love your neighbors. Check out the post in the general area and look for the photo under Chicago area monsters. You'll see my bike.
 
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Dread, I saw the pic. You have the Aluminum cans I see. They look good but I still can't stand that yellow logo (my personal preferance) but I guess it goes nicely with that BIG YELLOW SPRING under the seat! ;) Anyway, it seems like they wanted about $350 for aluminum cans. Is that about right? (I may have my numbers wrong). Let me know. Thanks
 

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i sell TBR. you can request that the delete the badge when ordering. yeah, the monster muffs fit a little bit wierdly... but TBR also have a nice price point.

i tend to recommend the aluminum mufflers as they last frikkin forever. i had a set on my 92 900ss for like 20,000 miles. then i put them on zina's 95 900ss/cr and they were on it for like another 20,000 miles and she sold the bike with them still on.

sometimes, TBR isn't perfect and can pack a box without all the perfect gear. contact your DEALER who should be the one to support you. TBR will jump through hoops for the dealer, but pretty much tells the end customer to pack sand. normally, this would be unacceptable, but they've followed through with the couple of problems I have had, so the end customer won't suffer unless their dealer is a flake.

now, if I am your dealer, please contact me off the BBS and we can sort it out. if i'm not your dealer, i can help you get sorted out, but there will be some $ involved...

good luck,
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I really like the two brothers and I actually bought them from you Chris. Is there any way to get that yellow emblem off? If not I was thinking about coloring it in somehow with a charcoal black layer. I paid approx $400 and I was happy about that. Chris is good at business so I was happy to spend my money with his site (ca-cycleworks). Well worth the money and they are loud ass my ex-girls' climax. Get em, try em, and represent!
 

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they sound great i have them on my rc51 but i get bashed by fellow riders they say 2bros have problems, i should have bought the satos . i havent had any problems with them. but if you want the 2bros logo removed, order them that way it will cost you 25dls a can with no logo. but remus cans sound great too. i think the remus cans are deeper than the termi cans.
 
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2brothers doesn't have slip-ons listed on their website for a 620 so I guess I have to look at other brands.
 

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620 is same as other cans. already sold a set to someone with a m800. to be the MOST sure, scam some OEM cans from a friend with m900 stock pipes. they should bolt right on.

:) chris
 

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Is there any way to get that yellow emblem off?
aren't there two rivets holding it on? unfortunately, you'd need to drill them, pull the plate, and then put in new rivets to fill the holes. or you could try leaving the holes empty and see if exhaust comes out ?

:) chris
 
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header diameter and mount point orientation are the same across the monster lineup except for the new S4R.
600, 620, 750, 800, 900, 1000 and S4 can all swap low-mount pipes. the only variation comes with high-mounts because of the location of the seat lock. some mounting hardware for the high-mounts rely on the lock-location.

PS - the differences in the stock cans lie in muffler size (length). the m1000 for example has longer mufflers than the m800. this is because to get more power out of the 1000's motor, they needed more cubic volume in the muffler body for exhaust gases to expand. this is necessary because the cans are restricted. (the same theory applies to why the S4R has that hideous bulge in the header pipe... expansion). if you run free-flowing cans (which are essentially straightpipes), this need for expansion volume goes away so length is vitually a moot point on performance pipes (which is why the S4R's aftermarket system gets rid of the bulge).
 

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Chris,..or someone else....

Can you tell me the correct S Pipe part #'s that 2 Brothers should supply with the cans?
 
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I just spray painted my Two Brothers logo a charcoal black. It came out good. I'll post a flick tomorrow.
 

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m, try this - loosen the header at each cylinder. the put on your cans and see if you can line them up. if they now line up, tighten the header in the new position.
 

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Anyone have or can take some pics of thier successfully installed 2 brothers system on a 900 Monster? A rear shot and the two bolt up shots would be good. Maybe i can figure out which specific pieces are wrong.
 
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