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Hello

I'm about to send a Supertrapp exhaust to a lucky member who lives in Canada and I wanted to show you the differences between short and long alloy silencers


Here is a short model (the one the guy will receive)

Japanese riders like this one because it's less exposed to scratches.





And here's the long one





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I believe people using that set up, are going with the "street fighter" read no trails kind of tw.

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Sure, it's only for urban ride purpose


Most of TW's look like this there



Japanese use other vehicles for off road

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how do i go about ordering a supertrap? id like to know more about performance and pricing.
 

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Hi

It depends if you want a brand new or an used one, average price for an used one in good condition is about ¥30,000 to ¥35,000 including EMS shipping to northern america and bank fees.

Performances are increased and you can tune your engine using more or less discs and different covers.

I asked my Canadian friend to send me pictures of the short model I sent him last month

ok, here we are, the exhaust is just put, it's necessary to remove the front peg to fix it on the frame

work in progress



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Sweet. Can you post a link?
 

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Gentlemen,



While riding over some of the terrain here in Arizona, I don't think that pipe would work out too well !! But I do like that look on a street bike and the TW appears to be a great low cost platform to customize. An amazingly diverse array of uses these little bikes are put to. Cheers.



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Hi

I think it must be 38/40mm stainless pipe

Japanese use more specialzed vehicles for off road purpose, TW is mostly urban vehicle

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Japanese use more specialzed vehicles for off road purpose, TW is mostly urban vehicle. Cheers


I have never been to Japan. Are there many places where off road riding is allowed? What type of bikes would you use there? I've owned and used a bunch of dirtbikes over the last 40 years and the TW is an excellent trail bike but it's interesting to see what is preferred off road in the country where the bikes are made.



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I'm more likely to go with something that mounts more like stock, so i can still take it off-road. The great thing about the TW and why I'm glad I have it is, it's a great little street beater but you can easily whip it up over the curb & start doing donuts in a bare lot or open field
catamount's TW is a great example of a hollow-modded street beater that likes to get dirty.
 

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I'm not a big fan of the supertrapp pipe. I know there is a limited amount of pipes available for the TW200 but this supertrapp is ugly. I think the Supertrapp is a good pipe for racers that need to deal with altitude changes and engine changes but I have no use for them.
 

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Are you able to buy just that end piece? Mine had it cut out and I'd rather not have to buy an entirely new muffler just for the endcap.
 

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