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Filth
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3 into 1

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Not one to be bashful but would you go out in the daylight with this hanging off your back end ?
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Filth
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oh ,I forgot its only £2400 and weighs more than the engine............
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Alan H
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Not much performance increase then? :lol:
Proof that four strokes are over complicated
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That pipe looks industrial! Probably heavy too. What is the origin country of manufacture?
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1972 Kawasaki H2 750 Mach IV
1984 Yamaha RZ350
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Germany. Reimo were importers or dealers for Suzuki back in the day with extensive race experience from the mid sixties at least.

"The exhaust was heavy and not very good for performance", according to an email from Reimo to Ian Sandy a few years ago.

Reimo Reinhard Motorrad GmbH
Im Stiegelsteig 6
67459 Böhl-Iggelheim
Tel. 06324-6582
Fax 06324-78986
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Very surprised that pipe works with the stock center stand though....

I was thinking it might be German made so thanks for the clarification teaser!
1976 Suzuki GT750
1972 Kawasaki H2 750 Mach IV
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