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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-26-2012, 06:21 PM Thread Starter
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Rinehart Churchill on FLSTC

Installed the new Rinehart Churchill system on my '09 Heritage Classic today. What a beat down! Warning....it takes two people! The instructions totally suck.

They are much louder than I expected them to be since they do have baffles in them, a little like long shots (no baffles) loud.

I like the looks. I'll have to get used to the sound. Pictures to follow.



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I hate that. Hope you end up liking the way they sound. do post pics please.

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I have to agree they are loud. I got my Rinhart's on yesterday on my FLD




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Rinehart Churchill

I currently have VH sideshots with Fuel Pack on my 07 Dyna,

Would like to purchase Rinehart Churchill exhaust but I went to VH website and there is no mapping for Rinehart Churchill exhaust.

What performance ECM are you using and was there a mapping for this exhaust.
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These are full open exhaust. They do have baffles but if you already have an open exhaust should be the same for the Rinehart's


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I currently have VH sideshots with Fuel Pack on my 07 Dyna,

Would like to purchase Rinehart Churchill exhaust but I went to VH website and there is no mapping for Rinehart Churchill exhaust.

What performance ECM are you using and was there a mapping for this exhaust.


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With the Xied/Vied system it is all plug and play


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Installation Instructions

So did the Churchill exhaust come with all the necessary mounting hardware,

Or, was there some mounting hardware you used from your stock Harley.

Are the heat shields 2 1/4 inch
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So did the Churchill exhaust come with all the necessary mounting hardware,

Or, was there some mounting hardware you used from your stock Harley.

Are the heat shields 2 1/4 inch


It came with hardware I did not use...used some of my OEM. I used the OEM mounting studs, not their supplied bolts. Also had other bolts left over and I was short one nut needed for the rear brackets that bolt the two pipes together back by the rear wheel that maintains your spacing.

Yes, head shields are 2 1/4 if not a tad more...maybe 2 3/8.

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Thanks so much for the information.

I will swap out my V&H sideshots for the churhcill exhaust. I am constantly hitting my leg on the exhaust.
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