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Old 09-25-2017, 03:39 PM
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Hi. Here's a pic of the new LadyBird exhaust hangers. They were $160 + shipping ($20 to Cali). Please PM me for seller's contact info.

I waited about 4 weeks for them to be made; it was less than a week shipping from Japan to U.S. via EMS/International Express USPS.

They are very well constructed. I wish I could weld like that. Polished AL, and come with all mounting hardware; 15 minute install. They match the stock dimensions perfectly; feel a bit lighter than stock.

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Old 09-25-2017, 04:02 PM
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Very nice. Yeah their full titanium exhausts for RC51s and TLRs are works of art.
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Old 09-25-2017, 04:25 PM
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I'm thinking about LadyBird slip-ons for my VTR. You are right, Capt. Chaos. These, too are 'works of art'. Looking at them on the bike, it seems like I ought to polish the sub-frame, or something, to do them justice. LOL.

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Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
I'm thinking about LadyBird slip-ons for my VTR. You are right, Capt. Chaos. These, too are 'works of art'. Looking at them on the bike, it seems like I ought to polish the sub-frame, or something, to do them justice. LOL.

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Haha yeah I've been down that road...it's a VERY slippery slope. Unfortunately our subframes are actually steel... I mean you can polish anything but the raw steel would need to be clearcoated or something or it would rust pretty fast...
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Very nice. Yeah their full titanium exhausts for RC51s and TLRs are works of art.
Wow been away from bikes so long I'd forgotten what a true crafted system looks like. That is pipe ****.
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Steel. Polishing isn't an option then. Thanks for the heads-up. Saves me some wear-and-tear figuring it out (as I do most things...the hard way. LOL).

Everything LadyBird makes, that I've seen at least, is 'art'. Meticulous construction, carefully thought-out, just...wonderful!

I'm not doing a full exhaust, just jet-hotting the headers, but I'm about 75% convinced to purchase a LadyBird set of titanium mid-pipes and slip-ons. These you can still get...
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I'm not doing a full exhaust, just jet-hotting the headers, but I'm about 75% convinced to purchase a LadyBird set of titanium mid-pipes and slip-ons. These you can still get...
Obviously you could use their mufflers, but never saw their mids for a Superhawk. Where did you see those?

I know they make them for an RC51. The right side mid from an RC51 will fit a Superhawk (IIRC might be slightly longer), but the left side is not a 90 bend like a Superhawk's and does not fit.

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