1991 Harley-Davidson Super Glide - FXR Complete Exhaust Systems
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Cycle Shack 2" Slash-Out "M" Pipes Exhaust System 2" "M" Pipes feature a stepped header design for increased performance when used on big-inch motors Made of one continuous piece of 16-gauge tubing
Bassani Covington Hot Rod 2-into-1 Exhaust System Inspired by Jerry Covingtons days in the hot rod era. Megaphone collector with turn-out end and removable baffle Full-coverage heat shields with Covi
Vance & Hines Shortshots Original Exhaust System
Share many of the famed Straightshots features, except in a shorty version for a short-piped, hot-rod-bike look
The 1 3/4" pipes exit at the
V&H SLIP ONS
Installation went smooth, they look great and sound fantastic once I installed the quiet baffles which I would highly recommend. I'm totally stoked with the whole package.
Robert (Merrillville, IN)
The slip-ons are great. Better sound, very happy! Make sure you get the gaskets first on a Sportster or it will take up your time running back and forth.
Pipes went on easy. The instructions were for mid foot controls not the forward controls on my sportster so a few steps were not necessary and the extender for the footpeg doesn't fit the forward controls. You really need an extender because the new routing of the front pipe takes up alot of foot peg area. Pipes look great and sound great. Bike runs so much smoother
Ross (Croydon North, VIC)
Bought the power duals for my 2010 Road King. Took my time fitting them. Stripping my old pipes was the hardest thing. The power duals went straight on, and then I went on a 400 mile run to test them and was amazed with the differance in power output. I will get a Dyna tune now just to get the best out of my Road King. Great product!!!!
Still loud enough
Fairly easy install. Use care to get wrap to stay in position. Deeper sound! Can ride without earplugs, but still loud enough when you gig it or just need to get the attention of the car creeping into your lane.
Vance & Hines Pro Pipe - 2013 Honda Fury
I decided to go with a 2 into 1 pipe for my 2013 Honda Fury (mainly for the look).
Note: these were quite difficult to install because they did not "seat" into the engine exhaust holes. Takes 2 people, so ask a buddy for help!
When the pipes were installed they sound really nice and look great too. They do stick out past the rear tire though.