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well I did it, decided to go and try out the road burner exhaust system. It should be here by this weekend. More to follow
Let us know... should be an interesting read... and thank goodness for spell check when I'm drinking... :rolleyes:
 

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GOOOD!! I'm glad someone is getting some pipes from road burner...I've found some great deals on them, but no one has much about them on this forum yet...BTW, did you order them for the VTX1300C, VTX1300R/S, or for the Fury?
 

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i took the plunge and bought it as well... seems like they were the only decent sellers i have encountered over the last 4 months of waiting and refunds with other customers that delivered crap rather than the goods..
 

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well after 8-10 beers It's finished, My first impression is..dam this is heavy for just straight exhaust 45lbs to be exact. Opened the box and all was very well wrapped and foam packaging. Pulled all out to inspect for any blemishes or imperfections and didn't find any:) was perfect. As for install It was similar to the cobra install, that u have to put its own rear mount and uninstall the factory (bludgeon) of an exhaust mount. It was a really simple install due to its just 2 pieces the front and rear exhaust. The heat shields are welded on in many places and its all well built. That's where all the weight comes from is the well build exhaust and a heavy gauge steel.

Other thoughts, Well they said the baffles a removable but they are welded in :mad:,, so that sucks.. but all in all dam good set of pipes from ebay for 350 bucks with free shipping:D:D:D

Here is a link to my little video

YouTube - 2010 honda fury road burner exhaust.wmv
 

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they look and sound great, cant wait for mine to arrive.. im pretty upset as i was told the baffles were removable..... can you chip away the tack weld from the visable end?? if you could get em out you could drill through them and run a thread so you can make then removable....i might do them to mine when they arrive..
thanks for the info and vid,,,, btw love the soundtrack...
 

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well after 8-10 beers It's finished, My first impression is..dam this is heavy for just straight exhaust 45lbs to be exact. Opened the box and all was very well wrapped and foam packaging. Pulled all out to inspect for any blemishes or imperfections and didn't find any:) was perfect. As for install It was similar to the cobra install, that u have to put its own rear mount and uninstall the factory (bludgeon) of an exhaust mount. It was a really simple install due to its just 2 pieces the front and rear exhaust. The heat shields are welded on in many places and its all well built. That's where all the weight comes from is the well build exhaust and a heavy gauge steel.

Other thoughts, Well they said the baffles a removable but they are welded in :mad:,, so that sucks.. but all in all dam good set of pipes from ebay for 350 bucks with free shipping:D:D:D

Here is a link to my little video

YouTube - 2010 honda fury road burner exhaust.wmv
Nice pipes. good sound. but, then you realize you already had a fast bike cuz it's BLACK!
 

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Just wanting to make sure I'm looking at the same pipes that you got....Were they part number RB-01-2065? It looks like they will fit the Sabre 1300 and the Interstate as well. Did you have some extra mounting parts that you didn't use from the box? Like a kit designed to use on multiple bikes?

Here's a link at what I'm looking at...if you click on one of the listings it says it fits the Fury in the description...

items - Get great deals on Suzuki VL 1500 Intruder, Kawasaki VN 2000 Vulcan items on eBay Stores!

And here's a link that says "Honda Fury" and has the same part number...

Road Burner Exhaust Honda Fury, Stateline RB-01-2065: eBay Motors (item 140418323747 end time Jul-15-10 23:36:22 PDT)

I called these guys and they said that the two are not interchangable...but they have the same part number? WTF? :confused::confused:

BTW...love the soundtrack on your vid too!!
 

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Hmmmm...very interesting....they have now taken the listings down for all of thier exhaust with the part #RB-01-2065....looks like they were out of stock and didn't realize it until I asked them a question about them....pretty shady:confused:
 

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Hmmmm...very interesting....they have now taken the listings down for all of thier exhaust with the part #RB-01-2065....looks like they were out of stock and didn't realize it until I asked them a question about them....pretty shady:confused:
well yes i have been screwed over again by another supplier for the fourth time in 4 months. i bought the last one off them and have just recived an email from them stating it was damaged and have to wait until they recieve more... so now im waiting for a refund...
why is it so hard to get an exhaust?????? :mad: :mad:
 

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yes I just looked on ebay and didn't find the road burners for our fury's :(. Hopefully they will be back up soon with a new shipment.

Oh btw the mounting bracket for the exhaust fit perfectly, all the bolt holes aligned up. the only issue I had was the rear exhaust forward bolt on the rear mounting bracket, I wasn't able to use the flat washer with the lock washer cause the bolt was a hair too short.

Yea my bad about having music over the road burner exhaust note, Ill see if i can edit that.

The band from the video is six feet under, seed of filth
 

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Exhaust Flange Nuts

To get at the exhaust flange nuts you can use a crow's foot.

Don't use 17 ft-lb. The Roadburner flanges are thinner than stock and I bent one flange and one stud at 17 ft-lb. I reduced by 25% to 13 ft-lb and they are still pretty tight but nothing bent.
 

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Well I was just about to order these as well, could not find a part number for Fury's. I asked them a question and in 3 days no response, so I guess I will look elsewhere. But I really like these pipes, and the price is awesome! No wonder they can't keep them in stock.
 
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