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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-27-2012, 09:51 AM Thread Starter
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I have 2012 Road Glide, stock exhaust, and I fell upon a full system off of a Screamin Eagle for a couple hundred bucks, so I bought it. #1 whats the differance between the two exhaust?, and #2 can I just install the slip ons without any tuning issues?
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As far as slipons go, you will be able to add them without a tuner, however if your going to do the slipons i would suggest a tuner and air cleaner Aka stage1. That will wake the bike up nicely. What year CVO did the complete exhaust come off of? I would assume by "complete" that you mean the head pipes too? If its off a 09 youll have the wrong O2 senser bungs, the pipes will still fit though. If pipes are off a '10 or newer you shouldnt have a problem. I would also recommend that you de-cat the head pipes too. That will help solve some or most of the heat issues the new bikes have

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Thanks. Exhaust came off a 2012 CVO.

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As far as slipons go, you will be able to add them without a tuner, however if your going to do the slipons i would suggest a tuner and air cleaner Aka stage1. That will wake the bike up nicely. What year CVO did the complete exhaust come off of? I would assume by "complete" that you mean the head pipes too? If its off a 09 youll have the wrong O2 senser bungs, the pipes will still fit though. If pipes are off a '10 or newer you shouldnt have a problem. I would also recommend that you de-cat the head pipes too. That will help solve some or most of the heat issues the new bikes have
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The only difference between the two is the mufflers. Both headpipes are the same with the catalytic converter.
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