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Well not to say anything bad about these pipes but they said factory mounting bracket works on pipes (Nope) there was no possible way a factory bracket could work. I had to have a custom made bracket made. All in all the pipes look and sound great.
Hi.........The new exhaust system looks great....My only comment is that the bend on the pipes cause the flange that goes into the cylinder heads to be off by a bit on both pipes....There is only one exhaust pipe securing bolt on each head and the gap is about 1/8 inch on one side of the flange.........I had to add two exhaust gaskets to compensate.....The installation was simple and did not take much time..........Thanks.....
Awesome Sound. Little crack at high RPM's, but that is discounted by the beautiful old school look. They may get some people more attention than they bargain for.
NICEST PIPES I'VE SEEN...THEY LOOK GREAT ON MY FIRST BUILD...
You need to buy two flanges first of all. I put them on my 1998 XLH and ran into a few problems. First I had to heat and bend my exhaust bracket to make it work, and the clamp that connects to your stock bracket that comes with it is much too large for your stock one. Second I had to remove my right turn signal because the back pipe ends right where the light is mounted. Also the rear pipe practically rests on the right shock... BESIDES those flaws they sound awesome loud as hell, with some mean back krackle and actually give you more torch believe it or not. Pain in the butt to put on but I believe the sound, look, and performance is worth it. Just expect some work if your going to do it yourself.
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Note: Please see U.S. EPA and your respective state and local regulations to confirm noise and emission compliance.Important Exhaust Notes:• Note: With any new exhaust, we recommend changes to carburetor jetting or use of an aftermarket fuel injection control module.• There is no warranty on exhaust pipes and mufflers with regard to any discoloration. Blueing is caused by tuning characteristics, cam timing, carburetor jetting, overheating, etc. and is not caused by defective manufacturing. No refunds on exhaust pipes once motorcycle is started unless there’s a manufacturer’s defect.• Flanges and retaining rings are not included with most aftermarket exhaust for 1984-2013 Evolution and Twin Cam models. Re-use your existing hardware, or purchase replacement hardware.