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Oh... that is a sweet looking ride. :)

Damn you... now Im gonna start looking at true duels again... those look awesome! Do you notice a loss in the bottom end?
 

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I have been wondering about those pipes. How loud are they compared to others? And how is the fitment around the timer cover and brake arm?
BTW Nice bike.
 

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pipes fit tight on both sides. all one piece, no clamps. no more tranny bracket or starter bracket. had to adjust floorboard and switched to a kuryakyn pedal, which looks better and is way more comfortable. they sound as good as they look. as soon as I got the stock set-up off it went straight to the dumpster. 2 nuts on the intake and 2 bolts to the rear on these pipes. thats it! clean and fat.
 

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ww1flyingace said:
Oh... that is a sweet looking ride. :)

Damn you... now Im gonna start looking at true duels again... those look awesome! Do you notice a loss in the bottom end?
Be sure to get the Rienhart True Duals with 2" baffles for the street if you are running an 88 ci engine. (save the 2 1/4 stock ones for the 95" kit you WILL get later!)
 

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Do the T-Rex Duals have baffles in them and if so are they removeable? They look awesome, I was just getting ready to pull the trigger on a set of V&H Big Shot Duals, but they are only 2.5" compared to the 3" Dia of the T-REX pipes. I have floor board extenders on my RK that move them out 3/4" Is the brake pedal an issue? Once again, SWEET looking ride, enjoy!
 
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