Cobra Slash Cut Slip-On Exhaust

Cobra Slash Cut Slip-On Exhaust
Cobra Slash Cut Slip-On Exhaust

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Item #COB001S

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harry Verified Purchaser
Brampton. Ontario Canada
Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Completely satisfied

I love the sound of these pipes. I just did little modification to make it fit.

Rockwall, Texas
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 5/5 Power 5/5 Style 5/5
Amazing sound!

The pipes give the bike a beat better sound. It no longer sounds like a sewing machine. The only reason the pipes didn't get 5 stars is due to the shipping; it was horrible and took forever. Definitely not "3 day" shipping

Bridgeport, CT
Exhaust upgrade

Just put a set of these inch my bike and the difference in weight, looks, and sound are great. Wish I had done it sooner.

6 Questions
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Location: Grafenwöhr, Germany, US ARMY BASE
Q: Must I rejet?
1 year 9 months ago
I'm in need of louder pipes but I can't get a straight answer on the subject. I have a 2003 Honda Magna with stock pipes (weak), If I bought slipon pipes must I rejet my bike?
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 8 months ago
A: Normally when installing a slip-on only minor jetting changes are needed, if any at all. If your bike is currently jetted properly you will likely not have to make any changes after installing this slip-on. I would recommend installing the exhaust and riding the bike to see how it is running then tuning your carburetor from there if necessary. Jetting can be very tricky, there isn't one setting that will work everywhere with every bike.
Q: How do I select the right quantity?
1 year 10 months ago
My 1995 VF750C has four pipes obviously... For the quantity, do I select 1 for a set or 4 so I can get four pipes?
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 10 months ago
A: The Cobra Slash Cut Slip-On Exhaust for your 1995 Honda VF750C would include 4 mufflers.
1- Right/Top Muffler
1- Right/Bottom Muffler
1- Left/Top Muffler
1- Left/Bottom Muffler
2- 268-51 Clamps
2- 5/16” x 5/8" Hex Flange Bolt w/ Lock Patch
Location: Texas
Q: Are they a good fit for a 2009 1700 Yamaha?
1 year 10 months ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 10 months ago
A: Yes. Just be sure to correctly select the Year/Make/Model of your bike before ordering so we can be sure to send you the correct slip-on for your bike. Also, feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
Location: Australia
Q: Can I keep the centre stand on the bike after this Cobra Slash Cut Slip-On Exhaust is fitted 1998 1100 xv virago.?
Over 3 years ago
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: Yes, this exhaust allows you to retain the stock center stand on your 1998 XV1100 Virago.
Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Q: Sound Quality?
Over 3 years ago
Hi, I am looking for the Cobra Slip On's for my 1999 Magna. My concern is about the sound post fitment. Have gone through You Tube and various other sites but I feel that these are much louder than the OEM exhaust. My query is: 1) Are these direct pipes or do they have a Muffler? 2) Is there any way to lower the loudness e.g. by fitting in a muffler 3) If the response to point 1 and 2 is negative then does it imply that carbs would have to be re-jetted due lack of back pressure? 4) Is there any link that shares the sound of Magna with Cobra Slip On's?
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: These pipes do have a baffle in them but the baffle is not removable/replaceable. Unfortunately there is not an a additional baffle that can be installed either so these will be fairly loud. The jetting will really depend on your location and what elevation the bike is ridden at. If the bike is currently jetted correctly with the stock exhaust, then typically you will need to re-jet slightly richer to compensate for the lean condition aftermarket pipes can create when installed. Cobra does offer sound clips on their website, the one pertaining to your bike can be found here :
Location: Santa Cruz, CA, USA
Q: Do I have to remove the exhaust to remove the rear tire?
Over 3 years ago
I have a 1994 XV750. I was looking at the photograph of the nice looking Cobra pipes installed on a Virago, and it looks like the top (front?) pipe covers the axle of the rear tire. The axle must be slipped out to remove the tire. I put enough miles on my bike to replace the rear tire twice a year. Will I have to remove the exhaust every time I need to remove the tire?
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: With these pipes installed, you wont be able to remove the rear axle. They will need to be removed when changing the rear tire on your 1994 Virago 750.
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