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J&P Part: 440-625
Fitment Note: For 2" OD exhaust pipes.
This product was proudly made in the USA
Excellent product and well constructed. Installed them on my 2007 Road King with true dual exhaust and 2" drag pipes. Was running the drag pipes without baffles and Los a lot of top end performance. These baffles were the best solution and my bike performed flawlessly throughout the entire power band range. Loud but not ear splitting.
Fit my pipes perfectly. Nice sound. Great buy.
baffles are great
Easy to install and a good fit and appear to be well made in the USA, sound great, Thanks!
Very nice design...allows flow through of exhaust and takes pop out of pipes on down throttle...keeps it sounding good.
Nice sound with my 2" Milwaukee Twins. Easy to install,especially when the pipe are on the bench. I do like the fact that I had to bend the flanges down with a hammer for a good fit, NO rattle noises. Just wish they would have one that you did not have to drill a hole in my new pipes to keep them in.
Great baffles, took the crack out of my exaust with no apparent loss of power.
The baffles sound great in my Cobra drag pipes. Thanks.
I bought a set of your baffles for a V-star 1100 and they are great. The torque came back like a elephant and roared like a lion. I'd recommend these 'HP Plus' to anyone serious about performance and ease of installition.
These baffles, after flattening some flanges, will fit the Sampson Hell Bound and Vance and Hines Big Radius-style pipes. The only serious baffles I'm aware of which will.
These baffles are great! Before I bought them, I was pretty unhappy with the way my bike sounded. The original baffles that came with the 2" drag pipes I installed, made the bike sound like a moped. I was surprised to find that simply replacing the existing baffles with the Khrome Werks HP-Plus, solved that problem. Now, when my scoot idles, it says "potato, potato, potato..." and when I lean on the throttle, I get the deep throaty roar that speaks to my soul.