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Shouldn't affect either negatively. It does reduce lean angle (the headers bottom out) in right hand curves when carry a passenger though.
 

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Just put one on my T-Bird.

Three words....LOUD, LOUD, & LOUDER

(and that's compared to the Adventurer slash cuts I had on there before)

We'll see what they do for power when the Triumph dealer next door gets their dyno installed.
 

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If you are carrying the little woman and palnning on saddle bags these eat into that space a bit. And I can vouch for the bottom header w/passsenger and the road. Also makes chain adjustments a pain. Turn the axle around prior to installing these (with a bent wrench or crows foot you can reach the adjusters).

The NZ outfit makes a tight fitting 3:1 for it. TBstunta has fit a variety of pipes to his ride, and a Scot's man (B___) has a set of remake old Trident mufflers on his (ray guns).
 
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