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Exactly what I told others. I did not hear the specifics, only an amount off, whatever that means. Thanks for the help!

I'm going to try and work out a forum incentive. No promises though. As you can probably imagine, demand for this is high.

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I have a couple others interested outside this forum
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Update:

I expect for the muffler molds to be finalized next week.

I will be discounting these kits in the initial batch for forum members and referrals. VANDEMON will also be discounting the kits for international customers for the first wave.

I don't have official pricing however I expect for this kit's retail to be sub $2,000 USD..... ...an absolute bargain!

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That's what I like about you, Turbo. Instead of looking to external factors you consistently look to yourself to provide the improvements first.

"I can't corner the way I want to, I'll improve that."

"My bike feels heavy, I'll lose weight."

In a day and age where everyone's playing the blame game and looking for excuses it's refreshing to see a little discipline, determination, and self-efficacy.

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I have a couple others interested outside this forum
Awesome! Anyone you refer will be provided the same discount.

Thank everyone for their patience. Based on my H2 experience, Vandemon is TOP quality and will be worth the wait.

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That's what I like about you, Turbo. Instead of looking to external factors you consistently look to yourself to provide the improvements first.

"I can't corner the way I want to, I'll improve that."

"My bike feels heavy, I'll lose weight."

In a day and age where everyone's playing the blame game and looking for excuses it's refreshing to see a little discipline, determination, and self-efficacy.

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Is July the magic month?
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Is July the magic month?
I expect for it to be very soon.

I have seen the complete system and it is gorgeous. It is currently undergoing vigorous heat testing to ensure that the H2 SX SE bodywork remains undamaged.

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That's what I like about you, Turbo. Instead of looking to external factors you consistently look to yourself to provide the improvements first.

"I can't corner the way I want to, I'll improve that."

"My bike feels heavy, I'll lose weight."

In a day and age where everyone's playing the blame game and looking for excuses it's refreshing to see a little discipline, determination, and self-efficacy.

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I dont own a Vandemon, probably never will, so I have no dog in the hunt. But that shit looks better than Akrapovics. It really is amazing looking.
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I dont own a Vandemon, probably never will, so I have no dog in the hunt. But that shit looks better than Akrapovics. It really is amazing looking.
Thanks OTDR.

I love my H2 Vandemon. It fits the character of the bike perfectly.

I've am prohibited from leaking the image(s) of the H2 SX/SE full system until the heat testing has been finalized. All I can say is that it is gorgeous.

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That's what I like about you, Turbo. Instead of looking to external factors you consistently look to yourself to provide the improvements first.

"I can't corner the way I want to, I'll improve that."

"My bike feels heavy, I'll lose weight."

In a day and age where everyone's playing the blame game and looking for excuses it's refreshing to see a little discipline, determination, and self-efficacy.

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Make sure they heat test it for AZ. The rubber logos from my Sedicci riding boots had the glue melt last weekend and both fell off. It was a bit warm down there.

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OK boys n girls. Time to grow up.
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Get your cash ready!!!!

57x,

Get me a count of how many you have interested. You can PM me if you like. Details VERY soon. A matter of days.

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That's what I like about you, Turbo. Instead of looking to external factors you consistently look to yourself to provide the improvements first.

"I can't corner the way I want to, I'll improve that."

"My bike feels heavy, I'll lose weight."

In a day and age where everyone's playing the blame game and looking for excuses it's refreshing to see a little discipline, determination, and self-efficacy.

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3-5 depending on price
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@PhukDD Are you up for this?
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Also price dependent. Does a new full exhaust system void your warranty?

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Also price dependent. Does a new full exhaust system void your warranty?
Adjusting your own chain theoretically voids your warranty, as they say it is a dealer only service. Where you would get in possible trouble is if you flash the ECU. Some are ok with it, others will blame the tune if something happens to the engine.

I had a ticking noise on startup with my H2 SX. I contacted the service department at a local dealership. They called Kawasaki, and the Kawasaki rep was giving him grief that I did my own 600 mile service. They questioned everything from the brand of filter and brand of oil. I used a Kawasaki filter and Motul conventional oil. They were then questioning if Motul oil was good enough for them. I walked away quite pissed off, and went through the bike myself. It ended up being a loose header bolt from the factory creating an exhaust leak. You just don't know what you will get from the dealer and KHI.
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Adjusting your own chain theoretically voids your warranty, as they say it is a dealer only service. Where you would get in possible trouble is if you flash the ECU. Some are ok with it, others will blame the tune if something happens to the engine.

I had a ticking noise on startup with my H2 SX. I contacted the service department at a local dealership. They called Kawasaki, and the Kawasaki rep was giving him grief that I did my own 600 mile service. They questioned everything from the brand of filter and brand of oil. I used a Kawasaki filter and Motul conventional oil. They were then questioning if Motul oil was good enough for them. I walked away quite pissed off, and went through the bike myself. It ended up being a loose header bolt from the factory creating an exhaust leak. You just don't know what you will get from the dealer and KHI.
Uploading pics in about 2hrs. Watch this space.

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"I can't corner the way I want to, I'll improve that."

"My bike feels heavy, I'll lose weight."

In a day and age where everyone's playing the blame game and looking for excuses it's refreshing to see a little discipline, determination, and self-efficacy.

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That's what I like about you, Turbo. Instead of looking to external factors you consistently look to yourself to provide the improvements first.

"I can't corner the way I want to, I'll improve that."

"My bike feels heavy, I'll lose weight."

In a day and age where everyone's playing the blame game and looking for excuses it's refreshing to see a little discipline, determination, and self-efficacy.

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It is gorgeous!!!!!

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That's what I like about you, Turbo. Instead of looking to external factors you consistently look to yourself to provide the improvements first.

"I can't corner the way I want to, I'll improve that."

"My bike feels heavy, I'll lose weight."

In a day and age where everyone's playing the blame game and looking for excuses it's refreshing to see a little discipline, determination, and self-efficacy.

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