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2001 Honda Magna - Jardine Exhaust Drag Pipes - V4 750

Sound of a 2001 Honda Magna with Jardine Drag pipes, been rejetted, Corbin gunfighter seat, Jardine foward controls. Just the perfect bike. V4 750 keeps up with the big boys and get compliments and head to turn wherever I take it.


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