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Thanks for taking the time to respond. I have a 2000 Monster Dark 750. Everything is stock. I wanted to exchange my stock pipes for something louder, but legal in CA.

Any suggestions or recommendations? Also, any reliable place to buy monster parts and accessories?

Thanks,
Jonathan
 

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If you want louder go with Sil motor also check out ca-cycleworks.com Chris has a good deal on scorpion exhaust
 
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We Re: Recommendations on slip-on pipes?

We have a pretty good deal on some Ducati Performance high pipes
 

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I think I got the last set of stainless low mount Scorpions from CA Cycleworks. I think they are great! Great sound and great price.
 
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Those Scorpions look pretty nice, not a bad price either... hmm... Anyone have experience with Scorpion? Build quality, sound quality?

I'm currently leaning towards Sil-Motor low CF's.
 

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Remus makes the OEM pipes, so their aftermarkets fit great and quality is A+.
 

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Another plug here for Strati. Quality work and the pipes sound great. I like to keep the stock look myself. Makes it a sleeper.
 
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I got a set of Leo Vince on mine. They are sweet. I have had comments from people that they mistake my M750 for a V8 pulling up. I think that is a bit of a stretch myself but it is nice to hear. ;D
 

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I have Arrow aluminum lows on mine and they're great, but I really love the sound of the Termi CF, high or low.

What Jeff said about legality is true, but I've never heard of anyone who's gotten a ticket for them. I've never even heard of a ticket for ridiculous Harley straight pipes that rattle windows a block away. You will piss off a few people though 8)
 
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