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I am looking at getting a D&D slip on for the 12 and have a question. Is the black satin finish one a painted aluminum can or is the black area a diffent material? I'm looking at one now and can't tell if I can polish the black paint off to bare alum or if it's a diffent material. Thanks....Rizzo

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I have one and I think it's Black baked on finish on alum,

My best guess without taking a key to surface is that's it's alum, Contact D&D they would tell you.

Magnet does not stick to black painted area.

If Jessie Jame's had a ZX12R I'd ride with him.

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When I had stock 18 tooth on front it had a small flat spot in RPM at 2000-2500. I do not notice it since installing 17 tooth.

If Jessie Jame's had a ZX12R I'd ride with him.

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Thanks War Dog...Anyone else using the D&D?....

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If you want to polish the black off why don't you just get the alum can?

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It's a used can that I'm looking at. It has a couple of scuff marks on it and I would prefer the alum look anyway so if I can polish it that would make life easier...Rizzo

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The one I seen didn't look like it could be polished off but im not sure I dont have one.... Yet! But I may have one very soon!! If you want the polished look I would just get the alum pipe. JMO.. How much is the pipe you are looking at?

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Hey rizzo were you talking about the one that was on ebay? If not let me know if you don't get it i'm interested.

Thanks

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Ya that was the one. Wen't for more than I wanted to spend. I can get a new Hindle for almost the same price as that one wen't for. Oh well...Rizzo

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Yea.. I was going for that one also... Too high for shipping @ $20

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:shock: If thats true , then you swallow! :eek:

just an opinion :wink:









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D&D slipon

I picked up a D&D slipon bout a week ago from Speedcrazy. He had never used it but had bought it used. I dont seem to see any problems with the slipon everything still works the same and now I make a lil noise too.If all you want is some louder exhaust note then the slipon is fine, but to make power you will need to spend some
cash on a full system. I saving now for the Ackra full system.
 

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I Have A D&D Slip-on

I have the show-n-go polished aluminum slip-on and I installed it once the break in period was met. The first thing I noticed was the noise of course but also less smoothness over the stock can. It's real herky jerky at idle speed. If the damn stock can didn't sound like a sewing machine, I'd probably switch back to it.
 
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