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Hi Furors, I have been looking on the net for something different to the cobras, sampson, fuggin' etc and received an email back from a chap (who for now shall remain nameless) at V&H with some pics of 2 new exhaust systems specifically designed for the Fury - he says in his email that these systems should be to market by May-10 (next month)

Check them out (could be the twin Slash is a slipon type option - guess we will see soon)



 

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Yes I like em stock looking (But only on the outside)
 

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This is just My opinion but I think the fury looks better with the swing arm visable . I have the mayhem and the look is killer as well is the sound and response you get from it is amazing . But opinions are like assholes everyone has one !!!
 

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Like the first set.. covers the swing arm
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Tony im hung up on that one, My pipes are like yours but Straight cut tips. I hate the swing arm showing sometimes then other times it looks good since the front pipe runs a nice profile along the road.
 

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I have the swing arm cover from RAW, bought it several months ago and haven't put it on.
I should break it out and put it on.. maybe after I put the bling ring on final drive first..:D

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neither one of those appeal to my tastes either. I had downloaded V & H catalog from there site a couple of weeks ago and seen those slip-on's in there, didn't show a price that I remember seeing, but if DeadSpider is right that's entirely to much money for some slip-on's and I don't see them selling many for that price if any at all, you can get a whole new system for that, just my 2 cents.
 

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I agree totally that's to expensive for slip on's, hell I don't want to pay that for a whole new system but have to lol. A person would be better off getting a set of pipes for a VTX1300 and just fabbing a bracket.
 

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I agree totally that's to expensive for slip on's, hell I don't want to pay that for a whole new system but have to lol. A person would be better off getting a set of pipes for a VTX1300 and just fabbing a bracket.
Who in the right mind would do that?!?!??!?!?!?! Ohh i did mine were 215 shipped to my house and took me about 2 hrs to install. Had to use a vice, a hammer, and a drill.
 

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New proto-type exhaust in the works...

The pictured pipes at the head of this post are just too stock looking if your wanting to make your fury your own. I have cobras on mine now. they soun great... but everyones got em. I'm working with a local exhaust pipe company now on a totaly different design that will have sound, performance and an way agressive look. I'm not a metal fab guy but i am an art guy and between my designs welded with their fab skills... well we'll have to jut see what happens.

May be 6 weeks before in production... but as soon as i get some mock up pics i will post them.
 

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I like the slip ons. They look almost stock....which is good because here in Sydney the cops are all over you if you have loud after market pipes and I don't like the look of the swing arm, so slip ons help hide it. The other big attraction for those of us who have the O2 sensors on the exhaust is that you can leave the stock pipes and sensors on and reduce tuning problems.
 
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