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Exhaust suggestions?

I'm thinking of changing exhaust. I've had a few guys tell me my SE II are probably holding back my build. I'm looking for something more performance oriented...not too worried about looks. I don't want anything crazy loud though. Suggestions? Mods are in my sig.


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Thunderheader. They are loud, but not "shattering". The power is outstanding.
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A good 2 into 1 is going to be your best bet for performance. I have the V&H Competition Indy Outlaw on my Softail custom and I'm cranking out 120 hp at the rear wheel.


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FWIW I spent a lot of time researching this and went with Fuel Moto state 1 with their 2-1-2 header and Jackpot 4" slash down mufflers. Good price/quality combo I think.
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If you want the performance and good sound and looks check out D&D Fat Cats.
A 2 into 1 exhaust with proven performance stats.

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Exhaust suggestions?

RB Racing are about the best. Just pricey though.

Me...I love my Supertrapp 2-2 setup.


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If you want the performance and good sound and looks check out D&D Fat Cats.
A 2 into 1 exhaust with proven performance stats.
I second that! D&D Fatcat is the bomb! More power all the way
around (which is what you should expect from a 2 into 1).

A friend of mine did some extensive dyno testing and the D&D was
the winner. They don't look as pretty as some of the others,
(i.e: Thunderheader) but who cares about looks anyway?
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I've looked at thier stuff. I think at the moment they are my 1st choice. They are awefully pricey though. Especially for black.


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Thunderheader. They are loud, but not "shattering". The power is outstanding.
I've been looking at thunderheader too. I like the price a lot better than the RB Racing LSR stuff. I'm not a fan of the looks of the thunderheader though.


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