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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 02-16-2010, 07:20 PM Thread Starter
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Vance & Hines Cruzers For Sale

In excellent condition, I have had them on for about 6 months, but just think they're too loud. So, I've decided to go back to stock. They have some light surface rust and blueing, but the heat shields cover them completely. No dents or damage. Asking $150 + shipping ($20-50), will accept PayPal for payment.
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wow. I paid 350 or so for these bad boys new a couple months ago....they are pretty loud....

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I just paid $333.00 (shipping included) and they are arriving today.

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KIMM - what was the toughest part of the install?

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KIMM - what was the toughest part of the install?
It was crazy easy...I think the toughest part was to make sure you prelube the acorn nuts with PB multiple times night prior and warm the pipes before removal. That way you minimize chances of breaking the bolts that hold the exhaust flanges...be careful with that part...unless you like more work. Someone told me to keep the old exhaust....i guess in case of laws changing (stricter emissions/ sound etc.) and if i got sick of the loud exhaust...I am currently wearing earplugs on the freeways etc....not sure if i like the extreme sound...i live in suburbia and we don't have 6th gear...so the 5000 rpm noise level can be taxing. But I digress, i think the hardest part was not screwing up...oh yeah...i went to home depot multiple times to get new acorn nuts and some washers...just to replace the old nuts and add the washers for more squeeze...also, what they say about retightening after you ride a little is true...my nuts fell off and i realized my exhaust was barely on...replaced em and cranked it on. Use the good harley gaskets as posted in other threads...stay cool. Keep us all informed as to your success!

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H-D vs. Ma Kawi`s exhaust gaskets

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It was crazy easy...I think the toughest part was to make sure you prelube the acorn nuts with PB multiple times night prior and warm the pipes before removal. That way you minimize chances of breaking the bolts that hold the exhaust flanges...be careful with that part...unless you like more work. Someone told me to keep the old exhaust....i guess in case of laws changing (stricter emissions/ sound etc.) and if i got sick of the loud exhaust...I am currently wearing earplugs on the freeways etc....not sure if i like the extreme sound...i live in suburbia and we don't have 6th gear...so the 5000 rpm noise level can be taxing. But I digress, i think the hardest part was not screwing up...oh yeah...i went to home depot multiple times to get new acorn nuts and some washers...just to replace the old nuts and add the washers for more squeeze...also, what they say about retightening after you ride a little is true...my nuts fell off and i realized my exhaust was barely on...replaced em and cranked it on. Use the good harley gaskets as posted in other threads...stay cool. Keep us all informed as to your success!
I know the members here have gone back and forth on the pro`s and con`s of Harley-Davidson vs. Ma Kawi`s exhaust gaskets. To the best of my recollection, it has been generally accepted that Kawi gasket fit better and are about the same price. The H-D gaskets do work, but fit a bit sloppy or loose, and are fiddly to keep in place while tightening.

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I know the members here have gone back and forth on the pro`s and con`s of Harley-Davidson vs. Ma Kawi`s exhaust gaskets. To the best of my recollection, it has been generally accepted that Kawi gasket fit better and are about the same price. The H-D gaskets do work, but fit a bit sloppy or loose, and are fiddly to keep in place while tightening.
I have had a couple bikes that I used the H-D gaskets and ended up removing them and using Kaw.


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