I just came to say the same thing. The exhaust is just 1 to 2 pipe they attached after the CAT.I dunno guys.. Besides the extra exhaust pipe there, they haven't really done much with it. And that rear fender looks like something they had lying around, and spent a whole 2 minuts fastening it on the bke. Looks sloppy.
Would have loved to get a closer look on their execution on that exhaust thou, to see if it's actually a working piece, or just for looks.
From what I could see from the pictures on their site it may look like they have joined the exhaust pipe at the back of the cat where the original pipe comes out. A shame really, since a twin setup like this should each have come straight from the engine itself, rather than from behind a cat...
I'm actually dissapointed with it. If some custom shop like this first takes on modding a bike, why not do it proper? Actually put some work into it, rather than this.
Just my two cents thou..
True, true.It had dawned on me the other day, on what most of us are doing to the Rebel.
We are not actually “customising” the bike, we are “Accessorising them using readily available parts, so you you end up with multiple thousands of similar modded Rebels.
Customising is making the bike look unique and fabricating the materials to fit.
Would you agree?
Getting a blank canvas and start making it your own usually don't mean "buy this piece to complete the upper right corner of this canvas!"
But then again, I'm seeing a lot of people who surely would want to personalize the bike, but have absolutely no clue to know...