Cobra Cruiser Motorcycle

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Tony (Taylorsville, KY)

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cobra highway bars

These bars fit perfect on my Vulcan and I had them put on in 20 minutes. They fit perfect and are a great product. Looks and fits great.

aguilar (san antonio, TX)

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cobra powerflo intake

Outstanding product, installed on a Vulcan 900 along with V&H pipes. Could not be happier with performance, power and looks.

Hooplahpro (Jeffersonville, IN)

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A work of art once it is installed

Installed on a 2010 Honda Fury. Looks awesome, high quality and matches the design of the main headlamp. Installation has some issues. Exposed wiring. No weather sealing on the switch so I soldered and used heat shrink tubing. Instructions say connect to the orange/white wire in the headlamp. Do so and the lights turn off when activating the left turn signal (stay on with a right). Can be resolved by running power from the fuse block (has unused spaces) with a relay. Of course some bikers never make left turns so no problem! Lights must be removed/loosened when changing the bulb for the main headlamp so run the headlamp wire first before installing the unit. Could have been resolved with a hole in the mounting plate allowing an Allen wrench to access the main headlamp bottom screw to remove the bezel. Still once installed it lights up the night for safer riding.

Thegreenmonkey (Eagan, MN)

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Sissy Bar

Arrived timely from Motorcycle Superstore. Installation was very easy. Went with the large for my VTX1800. My wife says it makes a big difference! Also, it is very comfortable. The chrome finish is great. No back pad insert….looks a little bland. Overall happy with purchase.

J Harris (, AR)

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2008 V Star 1300

Bought these for my 2008 V Star 1300 and I've had one HELL of a time trying to get them to seal. Purchased a new gasket and still can't get the rear header pipe to seal. If I don't attach them to the frame mounting bracket they seal off just fine. They look and sound great... love that about them, but the fitment isn't going so well. I read somewhere Cobra suggests using High-Temp Silicone to seal them. I may be trying that tomorrow.

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