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I've got $425.00 in Harley points at my dealer. If they cannot finagle the biketronics kit so I can save that much I'll drop back and punt. I have a de-catted header now. Looked at the slim line from Rinehart and more then thay the V&H power dual header. Absolutely no true duals. Not into power loss. If I didn't have bag extensions i'd have the 2-1 Rinehart already. And the other bullshit issue is the High outputs will not fit because of the extensions. So I'll keep the CVO cans for now. But I'm thinking money best spent would be the header after the amp set up. Not wasting my points on the Boom amp either. Trying to finagle the BT4180.14 combo set up. Full package. 989.00. If I can get 425 off. It's a no brainer.


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Check out the Fuel Moto head pipes. Had one on my 2012, it was no 2-1 like I prefer, but I wouldn't hesitate to get one again if I went that route.

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The slim line would be nice. I am not a fan of the looks of the v&h power duals head pipe. Rhinehart slime line duals, s&s power tune duals, or the Khromewerks 2:2 all have crossover tubes. The s&s and the Khromewerks look like duals but do have the crossover with no signs of it. Hope this helps. Considering those 3 myself but after seeing my Dyno with true duals not too worried about changing. I have not personally heard mine yet but the dealer said he has not heard an m8 like mine yet. But true duals and a cam should have a good sound.

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Put your rewards points on account , then use them on what ever you buy same as cash. I like the Fuel Moto 2-1-2 headers. Stock heat shields fit right back on. Life time warranty.
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Plus 1 on the Jackpot pipe from Fuelmoto. I run one on the 110 in my 11 with the full sized crossover pipe. Great pipe, and with the oem shields fitting, real stealthy too.
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Plus 1 on the Jackpot pipe from Fuelmoto. I run one on the 110 in my 11 with the full sized crossover pipe. Great pipe, and with the oem shields fitting, real stealthy too.
I'm a fan of that pipe for sure. And the fullsac 2-1-2. But what's holding me up there is the stock heat shields. Its plain looking. Im sure theres a performance gain to be had. But I think with my bike only having a stage 1. Its a non issue. Need a good looking option. Shallow I know. If I had a 3 or better I'd go 2-1 without question.

I do like the V&H but everyone has it. Never see the Slimlines. And I'm sure the X pipe design is better that the H pipe design. Will I notice the difference? Between those listed. I dont think so. But I do believe it's better than the gutted stock pipe.


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I've got $425.00 in Harley points at my dealer. If they cannot finagle the biketronics kit so I can save that much I'll drop back and punt. I have a de-catted header now. Looked at the slim line from Rinehart and more then thay the V&H power dual header. Absolutely no true duals. Not into power loss. If I didn't have bag extensions i'd have the 2-1 Rinehart already. And the other bullshit issue is the High outputs will not fit because of the extensions. So I'll keep the CVO cans for now. But I'm thinking money best spent would be the header after the amp set up. Not wasting my points on the Boom amp either. Trying to finagle the BT4180.14 combo set up. Full package. 989.00. If I can get 425 off. It's a no brainer.
John, when I was searching for a new exhaust I went to The YouTube and listened to all the systems I was thinking of.
I finally went with The Bassani Road Rage B4 2 into 1 and am very happy with it.
The best thing is you can remove the transmission cover without removing the exhaust.
Hope this helps Bro.
Keep Us posted on which exhaust You finally go with.
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Probably the easiest decision would be to spend your points on the wife's trike, just trying to help bro......LOL
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John, when I was searching for a new exhaust I went to The YouTube and listened to all the systems I was thinking of.
I finally went with The Bassani Road Rage B4 2 into 1 and am very happy with it.
The best thing is you can remove the transmission cover without removing the exhaust.
Hope this helps Bro.
Keep Us posted on which exhaust You finally go with.
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Probably the easiest decision would be to spend your points on the wife's trike, just trying to help bro......LOL
I tried. No shit. I told her we could split the points. She said no. She dont need anything. I think she's crazy. Lol
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I've been running a Cobra Powerport (H pipe) on my 15 TC Rushmore since new.
Price was right. Quality is spot on. Has a full size cross under.
Seems to pull good with just a Powervision stage 1.
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