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I might be upgrading to an sv1000s in the near future.  I love the looks of the bike, but Im not a big fan of the dual exhaust pipes.  Its primarily a concern of mine, b/c I would like to do some track days, and It looks like those pipes might get in the way of my aggressive cornering.  Also, I'd like to drop some of that weight.

I took the msf and I've been riding a gs500 for 8 months.  I've done my own wrenching from changing oil to cleaning carbs and replacing fuel lines.  I've found that my pegs scrape the ground when I lean hard into corners..

Are there any sv1000 riders out there that have converted to a single pipe/ dual high-mount pipes/ or small pipes (much like those on the '06 r6/gsx-r's)? 
 

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Believe it or not they actually have very good clearance. The "coat hanger" on the kickstand will drag on the left before you'll drag that can. M-4 and Yosh both make full 2 into 1 systems for the bike.

Re-examine you body position if you are dragging pegs.
 
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