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Sounds like Cobra is getting pounded with request for their pipes. I’m more tempted to wait and see what Vance & Hines, or Hard Krome comes up with. I’m sure HardKromes exhaust will be a better quality than Cobra. Anybody else gonna be patient and wait for more options to come out? Who does everyone think makes the best aftermarket pipes?
I hate waiting………….
 

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At this point in time, I believe Low and Mean are making the best styled pipes for the Fury :cool:
 

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I agree 100%. Isnt there a air cleaner issue and if so, has that been taken care of. Does anyone know how long it takes to get a set of these pipes?
I believe there was only OEM Air Cleaner issues with the Mayhem pipes. The Vipers and the Reapers should work with the OEM Air Clearner in place ;)
 

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I really like the look of the Vance and Hines Cruizers, they are made for the VTX 1300,
but a few have adapted a bracket for them. I'm old school, and I like the straight pipes.
 

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someone should let cobra see what the mass thinks, maybe they can soften the price
 

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At this point in time, I believe Low and Mean are making the best styled pipes for the Fury :cool:
I'm with you on that. I'd been dead set on getting the Mayhem until I found out how much air filter upgrades were. I think I'm going to go with the Reaper instead....keep the stock air filter.
 

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Low and Mean definitely has the nicest options out there in my opinion. I went with the Viper-2's. They should be here next week.
 

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You all sound like you have been tracking L&M pipes pretty good. A couple of questions for you. Are they wrapped with heat shields or straight chromed pipes? and what size are they? I am leaning towards the mayhem. Thx
 

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I really like the look of the Hard Krome K2's. I hope they make those for the Fury.
 

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K2's

I like that look also. Has anyone heard when HardKrome may have something?
They are saying no at present in response to my phone call.

The Fury market is a very small slice of the pie. On the other hand manufacturers are always developing new exhaust applications but aren't likely to announce until the R&D is finished and they are planning to go to production. One vendor states that they are more inclined to go for chopper vs. cruiser style on the Fury and pipes like the K2 are considered cruiser.

The VTX 1300 K2's are out there so why not make your own bracket?
 

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They are saying no at present in response to my phone call.

The Fury market is a very small slice of the pie. On the other hand manufacturers are always developing new exhaust applications but aren't likely to announce until the R&D is finished and they are planning to go to production. One vendor states that they are more inclined to go for chopper vs. cruiser style on the Fury and pipes like the K2 are considered cruiser.

The VTX 1300 K2's are out there so why not make your own bracket?
I can't believe Hard Krome would skip this, seems like all they need to do is engineer a new bracket and they have a whole new line?

Anyone know if the forward control positioning is similar on these bikes? Maybe leg clearance becomes an issue with the rear pipe on this design on the Fury?
 

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M4 Pipes

A company in Dallas named M4 has also made pipes for the Fury. I don't know anything about them. I just saw them on the Fury at Maxim Motorsports in Allen, TX. I like the look of the Cobras better, but I just thought I would let everyone know. They sound good, but again I like the sound of the Cobrad better too. They are straights that are smaller pipes that sit lower than the Cobras.
 

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I can't believe Hard Krome would skip this, seems like all they need to do is engineer a new bracket and they have a whole new line? Anyone know if the forward control positioning is similar on these bikes? Maybe leg clearance becomes an issue with the rear pipe on this design on the Fury?
Buy 'em & try 'em. You can always resell 'em and some vendors will take 'em back (some with a restocking fee). How bad do you want 'em?
 

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Buy 'em & try 'em. You can always resell 'em and some vendors will take 'em back (some with a restocking fee). How bad do you want 'em?
Maybe if i was younger, but at this point in my life, I've got more money than patience, and I'd rather just buy an engineered solution. Sad but true :eek:
 
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