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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 11-05-2012, 09:37 AM
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After some reading around and going with my gut I put V&H Power Duals and their monster ovals on my '12 FLHX. I'm digging the sound and performance. Might not be as torquey as a 2-1, but the x-pipe design can't take away too awful much.
Nice choice. I almost went that route. Heard the setup on a bike and really liked it. I think you'll be happy
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103" Stage IV in my 2011 RGC. Planning ahead will save money, I ended up buying a second AC as the first one would not flow enough to get me much over 100hp...
SE Ventilator ended up changing to a SE Heavy Breather to get enough air into that 58mm SE throttle body.
On the other hand I went with V&H Power Duals along with V&H Hi-Output mufflers and it has been really good, my bike seems to do well on dyno's with it producing (hp/tq) 117.2/111.2 and on another Dyno on a different month, 115.6/108.8, and those are both good numbers for a 103 stage IV from other sheets I have seen both on the dynos as well as sheets online...
2-1-2 sounds pretty damned good, besides with late model Harley and FI, they don't say potato, potato, potato... anymore. But with the duals or power duals, real sounds come from both sides of the bike and I really get a ton of comments about how good it sounds.
Good post. I saw and heard the power duals at Milwaukee Harley last week and they sound fat and juicy!

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Take a look at Fullsac engineering products as well. Great company and products if you want a 2-1-2 factory look but a hidden x pipe. Recore the cans, TTS tuner and other options.

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I have true duals and straight fishtails on my 09 ultra with a pc5. With the improvement of power and torque over the stock system I am tickled pink. It may not be as good as it could be but its a helluva lot better than it was. And it sounds like a Harley instead of a prius.
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I have ran V&H 2 into 1 on a few bike i have the same on my 06 street glide and love it but i also have a few other things done as well
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I'm running the Cobra Power Port Duals,there duals with a built in crossover,you don't lose anything and there in stereo.

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