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  1. #1 CF650 After Market 
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    I've noticed that the aftermarket are starting to catch on to the CF650 now. Scorpion Exhausts now have a specific fitment listed for the CF and I came across a specific listing for Ventura luggage, a top brand who now recognise the bike. I tend to think it has to be good news for the Chinese bike industry when the mainstream aftermarket suppliers start to develop specific fitments
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    Quote Originally Posted by choldy View Post
    I've noticed that the aftermarket are starting to catch on to the CF650 now. Scorpion Exhausts now have a specific fitment listed for the CF and I came across a specific listing for Ventura luggage, a top brand who now recognise the bike. I tend to think it has to be good news for the Chinese bike industry when the mainstream aftermarket suppliers start to develop specific fitments

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    Could you post a link for Scorpion Exhausts to fit CFMOTO bikes i just had a look and cant find it..

    http://www.scorpion-exhausts.com/mot...ecordtype=MOTO
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    Quote Originally Posted by choldy View Post
    I've noticed that the aftermarket are starting to catch on to the CF650 now. Scorpion Exhausts now have a specific fitment listed for the CF and I came across a specific listing for Ventura luggage, a top brand who now recognise the bike. I tend to think it has to be good news for the Chinese bike industry when the mainstream aftermarket suppliers start to develop specific fitments
    Been looking into this and some aftermarket parts from Kawasaki er6(n) 06-08 should fit to CF650, like rear wheel huggers
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    Prince Scorpion is a UK brand and the CFmoto is re branded under the brand WK
    http://www.scorpion-exhausts.com/pro...ml?autoid=1289
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennon View Post
    Prince Scorpion is a UK brand and the CFmoto is re branded under the brand WK
    http://www.scorpion-exhausts.com/pro...ml?autoid=1289

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    Ho shit me that was the name of the make i used to fit to my Ford RS500 back in the 80s but thanks for the Heads up
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    think you could easily fit a ER6 full system better gas flow through the whole system.

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    Can the CFMoto ECU can work well with the Scorpion exhaust setup?
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    Hi There, I've been running the Scorpion exhaust with no other mods for a while now, it runs really well, I get the odd backfire when I decelerate sometimes but I quite like it:)
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    Quote Originally Posted by choldy View Post
    Hi There, I've been running the Scorpion exhaust with no other mods for a while now, it runs really well, I get the odd backfire when I decelerate sometimes but I quite like it:)
    Any improvements in terms of power? How's the sound?
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    Quote Originally Posted by choldy View Post
    Hi There, I've been running the Scorpion exhaust with no other mods for a while now, it runs really well, I get the odd backfire when I decelerate sometimes but I quite like it:)
    I've had an IXIL muffler (end can) fitted to a 2012 650TR (TK in some markets), with no ECU remapping for over a year. No issues. Anecdotally the IXIL adds a little more feel to the bottom end and mid range - but it's not based on a Dyno data, so take it for what it's worth. Prior to fitting the IXIL, I did try a no-name after market local brand muffler first - but it was too loud. At the time I took the muffler apart to see if I could repack it with better packing and used some exhaust 'header wrap' but this made little difference to the loudness. The sound wasn't obnoxiously loud like some HD et al., but loud enough that I decided to bite the bullet and spend the inflated amount on the IXIL. Still have the OEM and no name mufflers as well as the heavy catalytic box of tricks. The added bonus of removing the catalytic box is it might be possible to fit a centre stand with the added clearance/space underneath. There are also a couple of frame mounting points that look like they'd work for mounting a centre stand. If I was in a 'western' or developed country the adding of a centre stand is something I would explore with vigour. Unfortunately this place is a logic free zone, where penny pinching and cost cutting at the expense of quality and craftsmanship take a back seat - right at the very back! YMMV.

    IMO a centre stand should be fitted as standard, especially on a touring motorcycle.

    Given that some pundits claim that the CF650 (NK) carries a certain resemblance to a Kwaka ER-6N, maybe an aftermarket centre stand like a SW-Motech might fit?

    http://www.kawasakiversys.com/forums...ad.php?t=63065
    http://www.twistedthrottle.com/shop-...nterstands?p=2
    http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/s...-650-2009-2014

    If anyone sees a viable centre stand option that fits the 650NK/650TR 'I'm all ears'.
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