Thanks.. I peaked through it.. cant see many of the pics.. but from what i could see there are some nice bikes with some nice pipes... not a lot of FLHR's though... I like the dual pipe look.. lots of 2 n 1's around... the search continues... thanks...brownjams said:quite a few people will say ( from what I've read and people I've spoke with ) that vance and hines hs pipes with a quiet baffle are great pipes. the quiet baffle if you want to tone them down a little. not a reveiw just an opinion. I have SE torque slip ons on my heritage. here's a thread with pipe pics I started that may help. I know you can't see all the pics but look around.
Cool.. thanks for the info.. much appreciated.. still lookin for some info specifically on the V&H Classics with End Caps.. your bike sounds good.... thanks for sharing...Tucos said:This is a good website for exhaust and other stuff. http://www.nightrider.com/biketech/exhaust_test_02.htm
I have a black rkc and put bassani road rage 2:1 on. after some modifications Im very pleased with the sound and performance. There are alot of 2:1 pipes because they make more power in the usable rpm ranges. I had 2:2 pipes they sounded great but the low end was lacking. First pic is the bassani's and the second pic is santee 45 caliber. Edit: Made a sound clip for you. It doesnt do it justice, it is much louder then it sounds here. If you want quiet, it comes with a baffle and wasnt loud at all. I took the baffle out and hated the megaphone sound so i cut the baffle off of the ends that slip into the meg and welded a straight pipe in it and put it back in. I love it now. http://www.zippyvideos.com/9981170003059826/bassani/
Try and find some Rinehart true duals to listen to. You'll love'em.jmcampo said:Thanks.. I peaked through it.. cant see many of the pics.. but from what i could see there are some nice bikes with some nice pipes... not a lot of FLHR's though... I like the dual pipe look.. lots of 2 n 1's around... the search continues... thanks...
From what you stated..........the Thunderheader 2-1 sounds like it will fit your needs nicely.jmcampo said:Looking for a deep harley sound at low speeds that barks when you throttle up but mellows out at higher speeds..