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This is a kit that replaces the stock mufflers with baffled (Yes, they are removable.1 bolt) tips. It’s about a 1 hour install with common tools. Sound with baffles is GREAT! Sound without baffles is “OH-MY-GOD”. Either way, sound at cruise is pleasant. It’s when you make a quick twist of your right hand that it really wakes up, and anyone around you for that matter. Sounds very, very similar to a Harley Sportster with straight pipes.

The kit includes our new Universal Mounting System that will allow you to change the Tip style for other styles that we are developing and save about $100.00 over a complete new kit.

Here’s the best part: Complete kit will retail for $285.00, but we have a pre-order special of $260.00 until Sept. 1.

 

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Good low cost solution for those wanting to wait for more exhausts to hit the market.
 

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Dang it, doggone it, rats! If you had of posted this a week ago I would have ordered these instead of the Cobra pipes. I got tired of waiting for somebody to come out with slipons.
I prefer slipons because you don't have to mess with fuel controller and intakes.
Ok I am bummed out. Oh well.
 

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Congrats Deadspider... those are always the best ways to get the parts.
I just am looking for something with more of a sweep but they do look good for slip ons
 

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Can you wrap these in the black heat tape? That might look sweet!
If you took the heat-sheild off the upper pipe and wrapped them in black heat tape down to where the slip-ons, slip on... That wouls look pretty slick.:cool:
 

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If you took the heat-sheild off the upper pipe and wrapped them in black heat tape down to where the slip-ons, slip on... That wouls look pretty slick.:cool:
I Like that Idea ALOT!! That's what I did with a VTX. Real Old School look.
 

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OK, here it is:
RAW Design-The Fat Box, Big Tire Motorcycle Kits » Products Page

This is a kit that replaces the stock mufflers with baffled (Yes, they are removable.1 bolt) tips. It’s about a 1 hour install with common tools. Sound with baffles is GREAT! Sound without baffles is “OH-MY-GOD”. Either way, sound at cruise is pleasant. It’s when you make a quick twist of your right hand that it really wakes up, and anyone around you for that matter. Sounds very, very similar to a Harley Sportster with straight pipes.

The kit includes our new Universal Mounting System that will allow you to change the Tip style for other styles that we are developing and save about $100.00 over a complete new kit.

Here’s the best part: Complete kit will retail for $285.00, but we have a pre-order special of $260.00 until Sept. 1.

How soon before you can get a sound clip out?
 

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can u curve them?

Any plans on making a curved slip-on then they will look like the mortons exhaust at more than half the price!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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Where is exhaust look that belongs on this bike???

Where is the simple exhaust tips I need for my fury? The raw is a nice exhaust tip but so straight and vanilla like ever other traditional tip made over the years. This bike deserves and desires the look that belongs on this style bike. The cobra speedster swept is a great looking exhaust but I think they came a little short of the home run. Although the cobra pipes look fantastic they are just to dam long covering the whole ass end and the view of the rear wheel and would have had a much better look if they had shortened them up and turn them down a foot earlier. Hello to the aftermarket is any one out there?? This isn't rocket science just give us a few optional exhaust tips with a couple different looks for this bike that we can add on to our present exhaust without replacing the whole exhaust and with a look that belongs on this bike. A nice short small turn down exhaust tip with small sweep or flare slash cut would be very simple add on and the perfect look for this style bike and a desirable marketable aftermarket item at half the cost of replacing the complete exhaust. Does any one out there feel the same or do I have rocks in my head?? Dave
 

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Where is the simple exhaust tips I need for my fury? The raw is a nice exhaust tip but so straight and vanilla like ever other traditional tip made over the years. This bike deserves and desires the look that belongs on this style bike. The cobra speedster swept is a great looking exhaust but I think they came a little short of the home run. Although the cobra pipes look fantastic they are just to dam long covering the whole ass end and the view of the rear wheel and would have had a much better look if they had shortened them up and turn them down a foot earlier. Hello to the aftermarket is any one out there?? This isn't rocket science just give us a few optional exhaust tips with a couple different looks for this bike that we can add on to our present exhaust without replacing the whole exhaust and with a look that belongs on this bike. A nice short small turn down exhaust tip with small sweep or flare slash cut would be very simple add on and the perfect look for this style bike and a desirable marketable aftermarket item at half the cost of replacing the complete exhaust. Does any one out there feel the same or do I have rocks in my head?? Dave
I hear you man. If they come out with that style I will buy it and sell the V & H pipes I put on mine they sound great but the look is not there for me and they cost me right at $400.00 after taxes.
 
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