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V & H interference with center stand????

Recently the subject of center stand interference with V & H exhausts has come to me. I don't remember seeing any threads mentioning that the center stand must come off in order to use the V & H pipes.

So the question here is: Can they co-exist on the bike?

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Yes. They include a bracket for the center stand to rest on when retracted. It's the black angled piece in the pic.

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Thank you. I didn't think there'd be an issue but I wanted someone to verify this for me. Thanks.

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Love those pipes. They sound great.

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Yea they do. And they look pretty too.
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I have this exhaust on mine and must agree they sound great the only thing I found is the bracket that stops the stand hitting exhaust does not have a rubber stop on it so my freshly painted centre stand will mark or chip very easily
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