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post #1 of 30 (permalink) Old 12-30-2015, 09:59 PM Thread Starter
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RG family, I'm looking to purchase headers for my 2015 RG. I'm looking between the power duals and true dual from vance and hines. I have the high output slip ons already. Any suggestions as to which one might be better for my set up?
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post #2 of 30 (permalink) Old 01-02-2016, 05:00 PM
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If the best overall performance is your goal then go with power duals. If not, either one is a good option. I had dresser duals on my previous bike and liked them but went with Fuel Motos 2-1-2 pipe on my new bike. It really comes down to your performance goals and what you think looks the best.
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post #3 of 30 (permalink) Old 01-02-2016, 05:56 PM
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Hi on those option i would go with Power duals great power and sound good
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Another vote for the PD's. Can't go wrong.

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Thanks a lot for the input!!
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I've been running the Power Duals for 51K miles. Only had a few issues with cracking and ground clearance. Cracks were easy enough to weld up. I still have them on the bike. I have the Hi Outputs as well. Great combo on a 110".

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I agree with the others, go with the power duals. Had power duals on my ultra with monster ovals. Now dresser duals on my FLTRX. By sound and feel I believe the power duals sounded and performed better. IMHO. Will probably soon sell these and put power duals on this winter.

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V&H makes great stuff.
My whole system is V&H and couldn't be happier.
I went with their Power Duals.
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Another V&H user here, nice sound and power with the Power Duals and OS 450s



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On my new to me 2013 Roadglide I went with the powerduals and they are awesome! Great sound and performance. We usually have them in stock and give great prices to forum members so pm me for prices.

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