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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 11-26-2012, 07:21 PM
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I had V&H slip ons for a couple of years. Loved the sound. I tried them with and without baffles. They sounded much better with the baffles on: loud, but not noisy.
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post #12 of 17 (permalink) Old 11-26-2012, 09:01 PM
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get some thunder baffles, they sound awsome
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For slip ons and those thunder baffles your at 5 to 6 hundred bucks and you still dont have the air flow of the drag pipes. Might as well get the performance pipes and sell your slip ons.

I took mine out back and started beaten on em then tossed em in the woods. Cracking, popping pieces of shit.
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For slip ons and those thunder baffles your at 5 to 6 hundred bucks and you still dont have the air flow of the drag pipes. Might as well get the performance pipes and sell your slip ons.

I took mine out back and started beaten on em then tossed em in the woods. Cracking, popping pieces of shit.
I got my V&H slip ons for 250.00 thunder baffles for 79.00 no where close to 500 to 600 bucks, and in my opinion the stock headers are the best for this bike, very well engineered. just saying
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In my opinion the stock headers are the best for this bike, very well engineered. just saying
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I have to agree with you that the stock headers are very well engineered. You never burn your leg or melt anything with them on. I also agree that using the V&H slip-ons with the factory headers makes for a good exhaust.
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I have to agree with you that the stock headers are very well engineered. You never burn your leg or melt anything with them on. I also agree that using the V&H slip-ons with the factory headers makes for a good exhaust.
Having fitted Cobra 3" slipons recently. I would agree that stock headers & any slipon is the best way to go for bikes in Europe & Australia fitted with the O2 sensors, you get a deeper sounding exhaust note & you don't burn your leg.

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And the cobra slips are very easy to remove the baffles from. But be warned, the exhaust gets a lot louder; and you will need hearing protection.

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I made a set for Richard 1.Ask him how they sound.


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