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Full Moriwaki system

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Moriwaki-Ful...-/281160206376

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i think this is from the member "1000"'s bike

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Damn rare......nice pick up for someone wanting a premium exhaust!

This would look good on Dr. Atif's bike.



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Yep, moriwaki full systems are rare. Hell, any full system is rare for this bike. I agree, Doc Atif should pic this up with a PCIII.....it would cure his depression.

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Definitely wouldn't hurt!!!

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Deadpan Depression & Exhaust Envy.

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Definitely wouldn't hurt!!!
Thanks, Luckyadam12 but I've been hurt so many times that there is nothing left to feel (or hurt), anymore.
Thank you Madbuyer & gts455, for thinking about me when looking at the exhaust. I don't read for sale threads because I don't want to modify the bike. Seems like too much trouble for me to go get things installed, etc., that I'd rather not bother with anything & just keep the bike stock.
My parts from the UK will be on their way soon. (Remember the rear cowl that flew off?). Said package will include a pair of stock air filters. I'd replaced mine with K & N filters when I first got the bike, not because of any percieved performance output, but because it seemed easier to just clean them & use them for the lifetime of the bike. Okay, alright. So I MAY have thought, for a brief moment, that they'd make the bike "breath easier".
Should've realized that machines do not suffer from either restrictive nor obstructive "airways disease" !
But then, I've also realized that if I don't want to get on LDH's bad side, or anyone else's for that matter, then I'd best swap those useless aftermarket air filters for the OEMs.
See. I told you I do not know much beyond my narrow professional field of vision.
I continue to remain,
A relic of a very troubled past
And eternally grateful for all of your kindness,
The Depressed Doctor.
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Lol.
Well if you need a good home for those K&N filters...
Either that or just throw this exhaust on there.

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i'm not giving up on you Atif. We're going to break you and that non-tuned RC depression eventually.

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Lol!
It will make you smile!

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I love the irony of your latest picture Atif!
I always knew you're a rebel! Lol!

You do have a point about the simplicity of keeping things stock.

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