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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-01-2012, 04:13 PM Thread Starter
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Question Anyone have or heard Kerker Stouts?

Does anyone have the Kerker Stouts with power duals or another catless headpipe? If so how do you like them? Are they louder than 4" Rineharts? Can you hear your radio with them?
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-05-2012, 12:43 AM
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you can search youtube supertrapp stouts and you'll find a lot of information on them. just like staples, "that was easy"
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an additional note.....

it's a product that paul yaffee either produces or sells, but his company is called baggernation. just google or search in youtube "baggernation" hope this helps.
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The only place I have seen the Kerker used was on a 120r ~ I was told the pipe I saw was developed specifically for the 120r and it was a good lookin header (very Industrial)... I have never heard one run.

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I have the Supertrapp 4" Stouts on my 2012 Fltru with a Fuel Moto 2-1-2 head pipe . I ordered the pre cat model and just love the sound of them with my 103. I have about 7000 miles on them and I would say they are getting a tad louder as the wrapping burns. Still can hear the tunes going down the highway and a great sound when you get on it. I order up a set of post cat baffles just for shits and giggles and installed them, wow did they make a difference. Too loud for me at my age ,ten yrs. ago I would be smiling from ear to ear.
I have just installed a Fuel Moto 107" kit ,which does a bump in compression and that makes my original baffles sound perfect now.
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I have the Supertrapp 4" Stouts on my 2012 Fltru with a Fuel Moto 2-1-2 head pipe . I ordered the pre cat model and just love the sound of them with my 103. I have about 7000 miles on them and I would say they are getting a tad louder as the wrapping burns. Still can hear the tunes going down the highway and a great sound when you get on it. I order up a set of post cat baffles just for shits and giggles and installed them, wow did they make a difference. Too loud for me at my age ,ten yrs. ago I would be smiling from ear to ear.
I have just installed a Fuel Moto 107" kit ,which does a bump in compression and that makes my original baffles sound perfect now.
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+1 love my Kerker 4" Stouts. Even better that none of my buddies have my exhaust!!!!
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