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Old 10-04-2011, 10:28 PM
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I have some questions for you guys that have Rinehart XTREME TRUE DUALS.

First do you know if the heat on the passenger right foot is something my old lady will complain about?

Second is there anyone in Colorado that is willing to meet up with me so i can hear them in person?

thanks for your help
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Old 10-04-2011, 11:31 PM
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No one has complained of any heat on there feet. I can tell you I love the sound. I live in Az I would love to take a road trip and let you hear for yourself but my boss would probable fire me
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Is the pipe blocking the oil cap? Will you have to remove it for oil changes or checking?
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Is the pipe blocking the oil cap? Will you have to remove it for oil changes or checking?
NO!! just be careful checking it hot its tight if you have big hands
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They sell the "classic" true duals too for the newer bikes and then you don't have that "X" crossover on the right side and no issues checking the oil.
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They sell the "classic" true duals too for the newer bikes and then you don't have that "X" crossover on the right side and no issues checking the oil.
I picked up my RGC a week ago Saturday and dealer had installed the Rhineheart Classis true duals with Rhineheart 4" mufflers. Sound awesome, waiting for 500 miles to really hear them rumble. And there is no problem on the right side. But...., the left side can be a problem for the rider's inner thigh as the pipe is very close. No problem riding but at a stop light you may bump your inner thigh on the hot pipe. The biggest problem is trying to back up the bike--you need to be REAL careful there to not burn your thigh.

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