After ordering the parts, my bike was hit and totaled in a parking lot prior to the pipes ever arriving. I called upon receipt of the pipes. They were Very helpful. Walked me through the return process and I returned the product (unopened). This is the first time that I have encountered this level of professionalism and courtesy. I WILL defiantly order from this company (upon purchasing a new bike ) in the future and have and do strongly recommend them. Thanks
Vance & Hines Twin Slash Rounds Slip-On Exhaust
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The best price, the best looks, the best performance. The new Twin Slash Series of Slip-on Mufflers for touring models takes the best of the line-up and redefines performance, looks and price with a distinctive style and unmistakable sound that is only available from Vance & Hines. These new slip-ons give you the unique Vance & Hines twin slash look that's blue-proof thanks to its 2-1/2-inch full coverage mid-pipe heat shields matched with 3 or 4-inch muffler bodies built with louvered-core baffles pre-installed. With the Twin Slash slip-on, you will also get the benefit of increased performance and the bellowing throaty growl of a Vance & Hines exhaust.
- Best value touring slip-on.
- 3 or 4-inch round with signature twin slash end treatment.
- Full coverage muffler heat shields.
- Optional quiet or competition baffle insert available (sold separately).
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Notes: It is recommended that new exhaust gaskets and a proper jet kit be installed when changing an exhaust system on a carbureted motorcycle. It is recommended that new exhaust gaskets and a Vance & Hines Fuelpak be installed when changing an exhaust system on a fuel-injected motorcycle.
My stock 2012 Fat Bob exhaust made it sound like a 250. These slip-on mufflers released that V Twin rumble. They look good, were easy to fit, and sound nice. The only annoyance was that the baffles tended to rattle a little which sounded tinny. I pulled the baffles out, put them in a vice and bent the end of the baffle out a little so it would contact the shell of the muffler better. Problem fixed in about 10 mins.