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They sound really good but look a little skinny. Maybe just used to seeing them joined together.
 

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I also thought they looked small but they look better than the stock setup


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I also like these Tips!

I always liked the stock look of the Fury exhaust, just wish it were a little louder to get that rumble. These slipon tips are the closest thing I have seen to match the stock look. In my opinion the Raw Design tips are to small and I hear there loud as hell.
These on the other hand my be just what Im looking for "And the price is just right at $375".
 

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the RAW slip-ons with the baffles in are just a little louder than stock. with them out, they actually sound OK imo... my friends HD with a D&D full exhaust (with his baffles in) are still louder than my RAW exhaust with the baffles out :)
 

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How do they sound?

the RAW slip-ons with the baffles in are just a little louder than stock. with them out, they actually sound OK imo... my friends HD with a D&D full exhaust (with his baffles in) are still louder than my RAW exhaust with the baffles out :)
Anyway, I do like the look of the D&D tips! In my honest opinion, I like the swingarm covered by the exhaust, "It just looks cleaner to me". You see the exhaust on one side and the shaft-drive on the other.

I actually would like to see the other manufactures produce more exhaust that flow with the lines of the bike, sorta like the "Cobra swept exhaust". Maybe a two into one, but where it cobines into one big pipe, it follows along the swingarm area.
 

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They look too close to stock for me. A chopper is supposed to have radical lines and innovative styling.
 

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Did they indicate whether or not the stock headers had to be modified to accept these slip-on's? I really like the look and the sound.
 

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D & D Exhaust

Just spoke with Leanord @ D & D; He said that no, their slip-ons don't require any modification to the stock headers (unlike RawDesign). He also said that they didn't use any kind of fuel controller while they were dynoing these slip-ons, which might explain why their power numbers weren't as good as some others. He also said that their baffles ARE NOT easily removable.
 

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what kind of modification are you talking about? my RAW slip-ons did just that, they 'slipped' on :) no cutting, drilling, welding, nothing
 

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Sounds like D&D are trying to sway you their way with untruthful information.
 

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Per RawDesigns installation instructions, they want you to cut 1-3/4 inches off of the bottom header pipe. Apparently, if you dont, the baffle won't slip all the way into the bottom slip-on. Is this not correct?
 

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That's the fact jack!

Well I guess you do have to cut the exhaust for the Raw Design tips to fit. Maybe not the ones that don't come with any directions though.
 

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The D&D's look nice and are priced pretty nice as well...but my decision when I was about to make my exhaust purchase, was to spend around $300 for the Raw slip-ons or another $150 for a full exhaust with extreme chopper styling. The extra money was money well spent...I just held off until funds were right.

The D&D and Raw slip-ons are a great option if that's the look/price you're going for however...different strokes for different folks.
 

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i just bought the RAW's for the sound. when i bought them there wasn't many exhaust designs out yet for the fury. i'll pick up a full exhaust next spring or so.
 
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