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I learned it will EASILY fit through a standard door

(I brought into living room to wipe down and polish up while watching TV)
 

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yep same thing when I had my 1987 YSR-50 when I lived in Sunnyvale Calif at my first apartment. Great place to keep an eye on your motorcycle.
 

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thats good news for people who would want to keep their grom indoors and not just in a garage.

how much room did you have on each side of the grom as your took it through the door opening?
 

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Where are you storing a motorcycle indoors? While I think the Grom looks nice, I think its place is in the garage.

Great for people who don't have a garage though, or if you are visiting somewhere and want to keep the Grom safe.
 

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I learned it will EASILY fit through a standard door

(I brought into living room to wipe down and polish up while watching TV)
Love it. It must be a good feeling to be in the comfort of your own home while performing those tasks. I would of cracked a cold one just to be in a more relaxed move. I am sure you enjoyed it though ;)
 

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Where are you storing a motorcycle indoors? While I think the Grom looks nice, I think its place is in the garage.

Great for people who don't have a garage though, or if you are visiting somewhere and want to keep the Grom safe.
I have friends who keep multiple motorcycles in their bedroom.

UPSTAIRS.







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I have friends who keep multiple motorcycles in their bedroom.

UPSTAIRS.







:confused:
Ive always wanted to keep my cars inside but alas no room, unless you're this guy...



BTW how heavy is the GROM, now that you've given me the idea I might give it a try in the bedroom LOL
 

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Ive always wanted to keep my cars inside but alas no room, unless you're this guy...



BTW how heavy is the GROM, now that you've given me the idea I might give it a try in the bedroom LOL
thats basically how my grom will be in my living room :D

I might even get some red carpet for it to sit on
 

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I let my nephew ride my Grom which I have owned for 9 days. I learned how awesome it sounds going down the street. It reinforced my belief that it is just terribly too quiet with the stock exhaust.
 

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I let my nephew ride my Grom which I have owned for 9 days. I learned how awesome it sounds going down the street. It reinforced my belief that it is just terribly too quiet with the stock exhaust.
I'm keeping my GROM pipes stock, I might pick up a second stock pipe if I see one sold on ebay and mess around taking the can apart just to drill some holes in the baffles to see if it does make a difference in the noise/sound quality of the GROM.

Keeping it stock so my neighbors don't get mad at me in the morning, I already have two Harleys with loud pipes and I know my neighbors are mad everytime I start my Harleys up to go to the gym or where ever.

Hey ride safe and enjoy your GROM
 
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