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    2003 Honda Rebel 250 Exhaust

    2003 Honda Rebel 250
    Tire Size:
    Front: 3.00-18, Rear: 130/90-15
    Spark Plug:
    CR6HSA
    Battery:
    YTX7L-BS
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    520x108
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 14T, Rear: 33T
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    Accel High-Temperature Exhaust Wrap Kit Wraps will increase power and reduce radiated exhaust heat Kits include 25ft. 2-in. wide top quality high-temperature wrap and four stainless steel ti
    Vance & Hines
    Header Wrap Kit
    $79.95
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    Samson
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    $20.95 - $23.95
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    Samson Universal Heavy-Duty Exhaust Clamps Heavy-gauge flat steel clamps attach exhaust pipes to any frame-mounted bracket Include nuts and bolts; available in chrome Sold each Made in the U.S

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    Ronald (Mabelvale, AR)

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    Better than factory

    Has a real nice deep sound. I'm running them on a 2015 Dyna Street Bob. Its a huge step up from factory but not as loud as I want. Will eventually buy an entire new exhaust system. Has a little pop to it because my bike isn't tuned. Was easy to install.

    Chuck (Mechanicsville, VA)

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    V&H Quiet Baffles

    Got the job done. The bike had the "performance" baffles originally. Way too loud. The new baffles gave a more "mellow" sound, but are still loud. Your neighbor wouldn't appreciate you reving your bike at 10:00pm. Only problem was that the button head cap screws did not have any anti-seize applied to them. It took a Dremel tool and vise grips to remove one screw. Local dealer had a replacement. The installation tip of a wrap of tape on the baffle material worked nicely.

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