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Do the prices above include the tips? I suspect that they are additional but don't see them on your site.
The tips are $103.96 each no matter on the style. We don't have these on our site have to order them through me. I can get them all right now but the black quick connect slip on. Nor the polished fluted end caps or the black fluted end caps.

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I put them on my XR. The chrome is great and the sound is perfect. The tips are very well made too. I can get out of the neighborhood in the morning without waking anyone up, but if I get on it the sound is awesome.
Haven't done anything else to it yet, the bike is only about a month old so far.
Do you have a big gap where the front heat shield and the bassani muffler meet? Every picture i see has that gap. The shield does not sit flush with the muffler.
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Do you have a big gap where the front heat shield and the bassani muffler meet? Every picture i see has that gap. The shield does not sit flush with the muffler.
Same as with the D&D pipes, right? You can leave the shield on there is you want for the protection or toss it on the work bech if you want a cleaner look, right?

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Same as with the D&D pipes, right? You can leave the shield on there is you want for the protection or toss it on the work bech if you want a cleaner look, right?
No, on the D&D's there is no gap. The front shield wraps over the built in shield of the D&D mufflers.

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Thanks for the pics, CrossRoads. Not liking that gap, but I like the tip choices. That's the only downside (minor) with the D&D's IMHO. I've heard the D&D's on a XC (Ness) XR and other bikes in person. Decided to go with them for my XC when I had enough coin.

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I put them on my XR. The chrome is great and the sound is perfect. The tips are very well made too. I can get out of the neighborhood in the morning without waking anyone up, but if I get on it the sound is awesome.
Haven't done anything else to it yet, the bike is only about a month old so far.
Did you have to do any other mods, or did you just install and go?
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Where is the best place to buy the Bassani slip ons?
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Where is the best place to buy the Bassani slip ons?
What are you looking for. I have a black one in stock that i need to get rid of;

4" Slip On Muffler Black $398 Retail $519.95
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Polished Fluted Tip $111 Retail $129
Black Bevel $111 Retail $129
Chrome Fluted Tip $111 Retail $129

I can order them as well just let me know what you want.

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