Jet-Hot Coated Headers

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by fish, Nov 2, 2001.

  1. fish

    fish Banned

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  2. Marc

    Marc Just sayin...

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    Hey Fish - where'd the blue pipes go? Well, however you did it, the end result is that the bike appears to have never been driven! A job well done. Although it's just a bit too nice for the GS, the RT shows it off well.

    Marc
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  3. fish

    fish Banned

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  4. Killen

    Killen Been here awhile

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    Hey Fish....

    If you had to choose between the GS and the RT which bike wins you over?

    Interested.
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  5. fish

    fish Banned

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    I hope it never comes down to that. They're both excellent bikes with very different personalities and attitudes. But if it does come down to that, I just hope I get to keep one of 'em. :):
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  6. Scary Mc

    Scary Mc hellgrammite Supporter

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    Fish- what did that cost? I think black would look great on my GS.
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  7. fish

    fish Banned

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    It ended up being $165 with shipping both ways, tax, and dealer...uh...uplift.

    The sterling coating (which I got) has a very smooth, shiny texture to it...not unlike polished cast aluminum. The black that I saw on a set of headers on an S looked very flat and textured and appeared to want to not let go of it's road grime. I don't know if they do a glossier black, but it might be worth an inquiry.
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