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Placed these on the RK yesterday. After some research and finding these mufflers really delivered the numbers, delivered a deep low tone, and not coming across an owner with anything negative to say about them... placed the order. Nice chrome, fit/finish, and all the above. If looking for a change, give these a look.
 

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Without going to their site, are these slip-ons? If so, what did you have on before? How do they compare to what you had before?

The reason I ask, I have the SE slip-ons on a 2007 Road Glide and may change them someday if I find something I like better.
 

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Yes, slip-ons. H-D header systems today are quite efficient. Believe it was Hot Bagger magazine scoring these as the highest (or one of the highest) performing bagger exhaust systems. The deep sound is luscious. I've owned V&H Big Shots Staggereds, V&H Propipe, Cycle Shacks, and rented many with SE's. These might be the deepest/lowest yet.

Just went to the Supertrapp website. The exhaust happens to be on their home page here: http://www.supertrapp.com/

And here's the link to the Hot Bagger review. Upon looking at it, guess it indeed finished with the highest score: http://www.supertrapp.com/images/pdfs/Shootout.pdf
 

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Thanks for the links, interesting article. I wonder where the SE slip-on falls in there. I can't compare my dyno numbers to theirs, because we all know each dyno tells a different story.

A very nice list of aftermarket slip-ons and the results. Too bad they left off some of the ones I have been looking at and have.
 
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