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Old 05-22-2015, 06:19 AM
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DanMoto XG1 Exhaust INSTALLED!

LOVE LOVE LOVE the look. Easy install. Loud as F*ck. It's pretty insane sounding but i love the rough grumble. Slight loss of torque but definite gain on the top end.
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YOUTUBE video or it didn't happen.

Let's hear it...
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OH OK!
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Old 05-22-2015, 11:26 AM
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Neighbors must love you They look really cool but I don't think I could take that for very long. But I'm probably just getting old. I thought driving around with my old vette in college first with open headers and then with single chamber Flowmasters (just as loud just sounded better) was perfectly acceptable lol.

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Old 05-22-2015, 11:28 AM
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Ehh...So many harley's around im not sure they know the difference HAHA
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Definitely has a rawness to it. Like...less is more? Less sound dampening=more noise
I like 'em!

Did you ride the bike more than 20 minutes, and if so, are you contemplating wearing ear plugs on your next ride? Haha

If you had those pipes around here (home of HD), cops wouldn't give you a second look. EDIT: we posted at the same time

You can always tell people, "Loud pipes save lives".

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Old 05-22-2015, 11:35 AM
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HAHAAHA.....Ear plugs are a definite. No doubt about it. It has that crazy gurgle when you let off. When you get close to redline it really sounds nasty.
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What???

What did you say????

Eh?????
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Old 05-26-2015, 05:57 AM
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LOL True...People love it though....Dude stopped me the other day and told me a story about how he had a superhawk and wishes his sounded as mean as mine....But then went on to tell me about how his wife didnt like riding it with stock exhaust so he bought aftermarket so she would never ride it LOL
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Ridiculous.
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Very nice sound.....
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Too loud for me and to my ear that glorious V sound is missing.

I have heard a VTR with G.P extreme pipes and they were loud however the V sound was still there.

The best V sound in the world for me is an old Duc with Conti pipes.

Showing my age I know!

Hope they came with ear plugs.
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Its a little louder than I expected but like I said nothing beats the sound of banging the gears on this setup. It really sounds good on the top end.
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It has a funny car sound to it.

I guess the dual pipes are to let the loud out.
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Im going to try and borrow a gopro from a buddy and get some video of a ride and load it up. Yesterday this Harley guy came up and said "Dude that bike sounds so F'N mean what all you got done to it motor work wise?" I laughed a little and said you're looking at it HAHAHA.
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Hmmm, is it me or it time to toss that bologna skin away for new rear rubber before you kill yourself!


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? Those are damn near new tires...Just dirt from the road.
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Sounds mean...nice. I like how the camera moves when you revved it up a little lol
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Video taken from inside a car at 70 with the windows up LOL!

https://youtu.be/BKkJDY8FLPI
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I enjoy HOW the camera JUMPS around to the sound ......
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I'm fairly new to the V-twin game. I used to own a GSXR with a D&D pipe on it, nice and loud. I'm a big advocate for 'loud pipes save lives'. I just got a 2000 SH with the stock pipes on it. How hard was the install? Was it bolt on? require welding? And did you need a jet kit afterwards? Thanks ahead of time.
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Please don't put those on your bike. There are plenty of other loud pipes that aren't straight pipes that sound like crap. This is a perfect example of noise quantity over quality, and you'll be stooping to the levels of the douchebag Harley owners that also stick straight pipes on.
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Originally Posted by Just_Nick View Post
Please don't put those on your bike. There are plenty of other loud pipes that aren't straight pipes that sound like crap. This is a perfect example of noise quantity over quality, and you'll be stooping to the levels of the douchebag Harley owners that also stick straight pipes on.


Understandable. I don't have a huge budget at the moment. Is there a brand you would recommend over others?
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Not a fan of the look or the sound--however, your mileage may vary...
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Originally Posted by SteelFire333 View Post
Understandable. I don't have a huge budget at the moment. Is there a brand you would recommend over others?
What is your budget? It looks like those are around $300, which will get you a decent quality slip-on set that's used.
Example:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/1999-honda-v...9Wl0ST&vxp=mtr

You can also modify the stock can for additional noise if your budget is limited

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Originally Posted by Just_Nick View Post
What is your budget? It looks like those are around $300, which will get you a decent quality slip-on set that's used.
Example:
1999 Honda VTR1000 Superhawk 996 Two Brothers Exhaust System Carbon Fiber | eBay

You can also modify the stock can for additional noise if your budget is limited
My budget is around the 300 mark. Those slip on's seem good.
And how would you go about modifying the stock pipes?
I've drilled holes in baffles before for a slight noise increase, would that work with my SH as well? Or is there another way?
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Originally Posted by SteelFire333 View Post
My budget is around the 300 mark. Those slip on's seem good.
And how would you go about modifying the stock pipes?
I've drilled holes in baffles before for a slight noise increase, would that work with my SH as well? Or is there another way?
You should check with one of our prominent members Captainchaos, he may have a good slipons for you and he is not too far from you as well, send him PM or something.
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Awesome. Thank you guys for your help!
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Originally Posted by Just_Nick View Post
Please don't put those on your bike. There are plenty of other loud pipes that aren't straight pipes that sound like crap. This is a perfect example of noise quantity over quality, and you'll be stooping to the levels of the douchebag Harley owners that also stick straight pipes on.
I think that's a pretty subjective opinion. Its a VTWIN so any exhaust you put on the bike will create a similar tone to a Harley.
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