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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-24-2018, 07:04 PM Thread Starter
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Cobra Exhaust Question

So, I'm a new Vulcan owner and have been doing basically a ground-up rebuild of the whole bike. Looking around i've heard that the Cobra Exhaust is the best sounding exhaust for this bike but I can't find it ANYWHERE for the 750, even on their official website. Where do we find those pipes now? Or is there a "second best" set of pipes, I was thinking of the V&H Cruzers but having some opinions from more experienced people would be excellent.
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Best sounding? Says who? LOL.
Am sure there's some out there, maybe on EBay.

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Best sounding? Says who? LOL.
Am sure there's some out there, maybe on EBay.

Perhaps you should do an intro in the newbie section as a new member btw.
There's no such thing as "best" anything. Just spend a little time on here reading, and you'll find that not everyone agrees unanimously on even the "best" oil. My point is that "best" is a matter of individual opinion, and everyone has one. I happen to think Moosehead is the "best" beer, but that doesn't mean you're wrong if you happen to think Bud Light is the "best". Too each their own, right?

As for aftermarket slip-on mufflers or a full exhaust systems, they are out there, and as Knifemaker suggested, eBay is a good place to start. Mac and V&H have full systems that fit our bikes for $350-$500. If you're looking for something more economical then consider slip-ons. You'll find many more options, and can pick up a pair for under $100. I'm planning to buy a Mac Staggered full system later this summer, but I put on a pair of EMGO 19" turnout slip-ons when I bought my bike a few years ago. It produces a nice rumble, and I think I paid $80 for the pair shipped. Here's a link to a short video I put up on my bike. You can here the stock exhaust, and then I move around to the EMGO side. Big difference.

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