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Old 23rd November 2016, 12:16   #31
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Although initially I didn't like the looks, now it's slowly growing on me. With the luggage box the look is further enhanced.
The only sore point I can find is the silencer which is too big and projects out a lot sideways. A compact and sportier silencer will complete the sporty package.
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Recently got the luggage box fitted. Agree with @Nishsingh, the box cover is pretty flimsy.
Have also done a few mods: replaced the rear fender, fitted a LED brake light and plasti-dipped the front fender.
very tastefully done! i like the color synchronization!
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The only sore point I can find is the silencer which is too big and projects out a lot sideways. A compact and sportier silencer will complete the sporty package.
Agree with you. Not only is the silencer too big, there is a yawning gap between the rear wheel and the silencer. In the quest to keep costs down, I guess Honda just tacked on the Dio silencer.

However this is the best part about the Navi. It provides owners scope for modification!
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Agree with you. Not only is the silencer too big, there is a yawning gap between the rear wheel and the silencer. In the quest to keep costs down, I guess Honda just tacked on the Dio silencer.

However this is the best part about the Navi. It provides owners scope for modification!
You realize that the Navi is in essentially the Dio without the scooter's body yes?
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A compact and sportier silencer will complete the sporty package.
The Hero Maestro Edge silencer will probably be the best.

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You realize that the Navi is in essentially the Dio without the scooter's body yes?
Actually it's the Activa. The Dio chassis is slightly different.
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