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Get ready for new exciting rides on your perfect machine with a high-performance exhaust system by Cobra USA. The company – one of the leaders in the industry with almost 40 years of experience in creating nice looking but more importantly highly functional products and accessories. Thanks to their dedication to innovation, Cobra USA can provide the right solution to the problem or offer a way for you to personalize your bike and make it unique.

Today, we would like to introduce a recently released exhaust system that can drastically change the way your bike sounds and performs. It uses Cobra’s PowerPort technology to provide a power boost you can feel. It comes with full-length heat shields for protection and outstanding looks. Besides, Cobra USA is one of the few exhaust manufacturers in the industry offering a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Cobra USA® - 2-2 Swept Exhaust System


Fitment:
Honda
VT1300 Sabre 2010-2014 | VT1300 Stateline 2010-2016 | VT13CX Fury 2010-2017 | VTX1300 2004-2009

Specifications:
• Size: 2.5"
• Type: 2-2
• Style: Swept
• Finish: chrome/black

Features:
• Deep rumbling sound
• Includes the Cobra® PowerPort for increased low and mid-range power
• 1-3/4" head pipes[
• Full-length 2-3/4" heat shields to give the pipes the correct proportional look and they will not discolor
• Removable power cores
• Comes with Cobra's Limited Lifetime Warranty
• Made in USA

Click on the image to enter the product page at MOTORCYCLEiD.com for more information.
To browse the full catalog of Cobra USA products, click the "Shop Now" button below:

Give our sales team a call at 888.903.4344 (Toll Free) or 1.732.867.9995 (International) and we'll match any competitor's price.​
 

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I have the Cobra Swept, awesome sound (kind of a bit "hollow" and mellow at idle and mild throttle, lots of throttle is OMG). I also have @Rope's fart-cans (that he says aren't, and technically he's right), which have a deeper but quieter sound than the Swept with the baffles removed. Both are really nice looking systems.
 
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