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After 4 months I finally got a hold of an exhaust..
I fitted up a Road House exhaust with the O2 sensors.
A straight forward fit.. These sound LOUD :) with the baffles in.
I ran straight pipes out of my HD Heritage and these are on par with them. No poping on decel as well.
If your seriously after LOUD with a deep note these are it..
I just can't get the smile off my face........ :)
 

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After 4 months I finally got a hold of an exhaust..
I fitted up a Road House exhaust with the O2 sensors.
A straight forward fit.. These sound LOUD :) with the baffles in.
I ran straight pipes out of my HD Heritage and these are on par with them. No poping on decel as well.
If your seriously after LOUD with a deep note these are it..
I just can't get the smile off my face........ :)
Greetings N,
did you say sensors as in more then one or was that just fast typing? :D
I am inquiring because mine only has a single sensor.
T
 

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one sensor per pipe.. a total of 2
Interesting.
My Powder C V only has a single sensor. Below is the info from Dyno's site.

Part #AT-100
The first is a "dual O2 sensor" version made specifically for Harley Davidson models. It comes with two O2 sensors, two control modules, CAN connection cables, and custom length sensor cables. It also includes a built in power connector that plugs directly into the bikes’ wiring harness for easy connection.
Part #AT-200
The second version is a "universal fit", single O2 sensor kit. It can be used on any vehicle that has a PCV installed on it. It comes with a single O2 sensor, "cut to length" sensor cable, control module, O2 sensor "weld on bung" and CAN connection cable. It requires a ground and +12 volt connection be made using the supplied Posi-Taps.

The dual sensor - I am assuming that you have not had any issues with it?
T
 
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