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post #11 of 35 (permalink) Old 08-02-2009, 06:12 PM
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I'm intrested ! Let me know what price you come up with+Shipping to 30168.
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sweet!

like the back alley look and sound, bro,...badass pipes!
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I'm thinking about doing the same thing to mine but going single sided. Any tips?
I'll have to get the finished pics of mine up here. I ended up using a chop saw, mig welder and an old rusted out set of headers from my buddy's truck but it wasn't difficult to do. I did spend a bit making the "muffler" (3" pipe with removable baffle) Strange things I do when I get bored around power tools .....

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LEt me know your price. Those pipes are bad azz.. Shipped too 40219.
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i found some 4 in long baffels that fits the 2in pipe. im going to order a set and see if it gives it alittle more rumble
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Kick ass Can't wait to hear'em .I do want a pair of these !!
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Not bad man, nice job. Personally I prefer the chrome pipes look. Those sound like they are really loud. I'm looking for something not quite as loud as those. I want them loud but not too loud.

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well my friend has a honda 1300 with vance&hines pipes on it and he took the long 8 in baffels out and they r bout the same db id guess by ear.
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Yeah I've heard them on Lance's 750 with the baffles in and that's about as loud as I wanna get.


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