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Hi

my Name is Christian (Chris).
I´m from Germany. Village is called Einhausen (about 40 miles south from Frankfurt)

Age: 29 years

My first Victory was an 2013 Vegas 8 Ball in 2014.
Actually i´m riding a 2014 Cross Country (Glossy Black) and i´m soooo happy about that.:grin

In Germany we don´t have so much part like you guys in USA....:frown

My CC is almost in Stock Setup.....(75hp) i think i will Change next year to 90 hp.

Only the Stock exhaust is changed >>>> Jekill&Hyde with Big Shot Tip

My English is not the best but i think it will be enough, to write the one or other sentence. :grin

Best regards
Christian from germany
 

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Welcome from Indonesia, currently in Iraq :banghead::mad::eek:
 

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Willkommen von CT
 

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Welcome. Is Einhausen anywhere close to Gross Bieberau? In 2000 the German chapter of UMCI invited some Americans for a tour that went south from there to the Alps. What a great time that was and what a great country you live in with some fun riders. We had wonderful foods and the best dark beers we ever had. Ein grosse dunkel weiss bier bitte.
Bis bald, Ric
 

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Hi Ric

Gross Biberau is not so far away....

Alps are great. But the Odenwald ( Odenforest) is also nice for a ride .
Is that near the Swarzwald? We rode in a lot of southwestern Germany and maybe have been there.
 

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Hi

Odenwald is a area between Darmstadt and Heidelberg (north - south)
Schwarzwald is between Karlsruhe in the north and Loerrach in the south .

From Gross Biberau it will take ~2h to Blackforest.....i think
 

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Then yes, I have been there. Those Germans took us into France, Austria, Switzerland and Italy. Bagged a lot of Alp passes including the Stelvio. But the most beautiful pass of them all was the Klausen in Switzerland.
 

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Greetings from Canada! I'm actually trying to get one of your German exhausts for my Hammer. Jeckill and Hyde or Miller Auspuff? I like the ones that switch quiet or loud. German ingenuity I guess...
 

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German ingenuity I guess...
madness of bureaucracy

Jekill&Hyde( ~2300€) is nice....have a automacti mode (Switch between quiet & loud ....depnding on Speed) (that´s legal in Germany)
I have install an seperate button to switch manually quiet&loud (most time i ride "loud" but it is illegal in Germany :frown)
https://youtu.be/lHPxG6_O3tE?t=8s

Miller (~1000€) has no switch, but there are 2 baffles available ( "normal" & "racing") Sounds great ...best price-performance Ratio
( had one on my Vegas)
https://youtu.be/nJ8X3WPcmoc
Akrapovic ..... imho Sound is disappointed

Penzel (~1800€) manually switch by a knob (available 2-1 /2-2)
https://youtu.be/p5TF61HlWGg

BSL ( Price like J&H) no switch (i think) and nice Sound
https://youtu.be/8yOu8wdZwnQ
 

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Thanks for that! Due to price I would likely go Miller. The website states a "db-eater" can be purchased separately? Is this the racing baffles? Google translate was unclear.

Is the Miller normal baffle much louder than the stock pipes, they sound good in the video!
Danke!
 

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Hi

Racing dB eater / baffles are sold seperate (~69€/1baffle) you need 2.....
Normal baffles (EU-legal ) are louder than stock.

Racing baffles are about 10 dB louder than normal baffles......
 
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