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I'm looking for the louder sounding rumble exhaust - I guess there are a lot exhaust that can be bought. Anyone got some ideas of what I should be looking at?

Will I need to get them installed or will I be able to do it myself?:feedback:
 

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The Angry One
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We need to know what the bike is atleast, before a recommendation can be made.

Get on YouTube and search your model and exhaust and see what comes up.
 

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D&D Fat Cat.


I'm positive that EVERYBODY will agree with me. :D
 

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Shiny ones are really loud...
 

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And then after we discuss performance vs looks then we get to talk if it will lean out to much and if he needs a tuner...then it is what tuner. ..:thumbup: all good stuff
 

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And then after we discuss performance vs looks then we get to talk if it will lean out to much and if he needs a tuner...then it is what tuner. ..:thumbup: all good stuff
:nod
...then chrome or blacked out. And do`t forget the bluing chrome rant and best way to prevent it.

opps....almost forgot the hi-flow A\C too.
But that is for another post in another section.
 

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...then chrome or blacked out. And do`t forget the bluing chrome rant and best way to prevent it.

opps....almost forgot the hi-flow A\C too.
But that is for another post in another section.
You know what they say, "Once you go black..."
 

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Good choice.

Are you going to do the install yourself?
It's one of the easiest things you can do.
 

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Good choice.

Are you going to do the install yourself?
It's one of the easiest things you can do.
^This^

Pull the old. Put the new on. Leave all nuts bolts and studs loose.
Make sure everything is on and aligned.
Then go back and tighten everything down.
Fire it up to check for leaks. Take it for a ride to enjoy it`s sweet music.
Have a favorite beverage of choice to celebrate a do-it-yourself job well done.
 

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^This^

Pull the old. Put the new on. Leave all nuts bolts and studs loose.
Make sure everything is on and aligned.
Then go back and tighten everything down.
Fire it up to check for leaks. Take it for a ride to enjoy it`s sweet music.
Have a favorite beverage of choice to celebrate a do-it-yourself job well done.

You got a great attitude - THANKS
 

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Could someone suggest a de-catted head pipe for the freewheeler?

I'd like to do that, leave the mufflers for now (because they are shorter & most likely can't find any right now), and a tuner.

I guess I'll have HD install the tuner so they won't void my warranty.
 

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I put a non catalyst header pipe on my 2014 tri glide this last summer. at the same time we put screaming eagle mufflers and a new intake. Also installed a Power Vision tuner and we did it all ourselves. not a mechanic in the bunch! just straight forward instructions and quality components. I am about to put a set of CFR megaphone mufflers on, as I want a bit more sound. I did have access to a lift which made it a bit easier, but its not a requirement.
 

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Could someone suggest a de-catted head pipe for the freewheeler?

I'd like to do that, leave the mufflers for now (because they are shorter & most likely can't find any right now), and a tuner.

I guess I'll have HD install the tuner so they won't void my warranty.
I went with the Cobra powerport headpipe for my 2015 Tri Glide,with V/H slash down mufflers and V/H fuel pak,I like the fuel pak because of the auto tune. Got all of it for less then 800 bucks off E Bay all new parts.
 
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